PODCAST – LateNightGaming talks Halo: Shadows of Reach SPOILERS!

Taras, host of the YouTube channel Late Night Gaming, was kind enough to join the AntiSocial Network a third time to discuss the newest Halo novel. He’s rapidly becoming the AntiSocial Network’s MVP when it comes to Halo news and gossip and it’s always fun getting to sit back and shoot the crap with himContinue reading “PODCAST – LateNightGaming talks Halo: Shadows of Reach SPOILERS!”

Review: The Christmas Chronicles 2 (2020)

I have no earthly clue what metric one should go about judging the Christmas Chronicle films on Netflix. They’re too sentimental to be ironic. They’re too gimmicky to be dramatic. Their casting of Kurt Russell as Santa Claus feels like a joke (much like Mel Gibson in his upcoming Santa film Fatman). They just don’tContinue reading “Review: The Christmas Chronicles 2 (2020)”

A Brief Thanksgiving Testimony: Despair, Hope, God and Gratitude in 2020

“…the more hopeless is the situation the more hopeful must be the man.” – Heretics by G.K. Chesterton I can’t just be speaking for myself saying that 2020 has been a hard year. I lost my day job in March and it never came back. I lost other better job opportunities to chance. I hadContinue reading “A Brief Thanksgiving Testimony: Despair, Hope, God and Gratitude in 2020”

PODCAST – Lou Aguilar discusses His New Christmas Novella and Modern Storytelling

This week on The AntiSocial Network, we were joined by the wonderful Lou Aguilar for a discussion about his new book The Christmas Spirit. Lou is a contributor with The American Spectator, a journalist, a Cuban-American patriot and an author with several published books under his belt including his underrated 2018 comedy Paper Tigers. HisContinue reading “PODCAST – Lou Aguilar discusses His New Christmas Novella and Modern Storytelling”

Movie Review: Let Him Go (2020)

I can’t help but respect Kevin Costner’s late career transition in comparison to some of the other actors of his generation. Whereas actors like Harrison Ford or Liam Neeson have retreated into excessive sequelizing or selling out, Costner’s late period work has been suitably appropriate for him. While he isn’t working in massive Hollywood filmsContinue reading “Movie Review: Let Him Go (2020)”

PODCAST – Professor Rachel Fulton-Brown discusses “The Forge of Tolkien”

One of my favorite regular guests who I have had the opportunity to meet and befriend in the past two years has been the wonderful Mrs. Rachel Fulton-Brown. She is a professor of Medieval history at the University of Chicago and a famous firecracker in the culture wars of the past half decade. As aContinue reading “PODCAST – Professor Rachel Fulton-Brown discusses “The Forge of Tolkien””

Warner Bros to Premiere “Wonder Woman 1984” on HBO Max – Christmas Day

In one of the least shocking reveals of 2020, Warner Brothers has finally pulled the plug on it’s theatrical released and announced that it will be premiering on Christmas day simultaneously in theaters and on HBO Max. As CNN reports: “The film will be released simultaneously in theaters and on the streaming service in theContinue reading “Warner Bros to Premiere “Wonder Woman 1984” on HBO Max – Christmas Day”

Dr. Jordan Peterson Announces Sequel to “12 Rules for Life”

Dr. Jordan Peterson announced today that his third book Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life is finally going to be coming out on March 2, 2021. Dr. Peterson produced a runaway success with his second book 12 Rules for Life in January of 2018. In the first year alone, the book sold three millionContinue reading “Dr. Jordan Peterson Announces Sequel to “12 Rules for Life””

A Brief Recap of Mandalorian – Episode 12

Season 2 is finally starting to pick up in a serious way. I’m not sure how the fans are going to enjoy it going forward since it seems the usual suspects are already starting to complain about the show but I can’t help but appreciate that the series is starting to unveil its long termContinue reading “A Brief Recap of Mandalorian – Episode 12”

Book Review: Starship Troopers (1959)

I’ve been meaning to read this book for a while now and I’m glad I finally took a few days last week to get through it. Starship Troopers is one of the most famous/infamous pieces of 20th century pulp science fiction and has gone a very long way to establishing the style for the entireContinue reading “Book Review: Starship Troopers (1959)”