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Can't Talk | February 19, 2019

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About Andrew, Staff Writer



A former soldier in the Canadian Armed Forces, I am also an avid gamer, nerd, and huge BioWare fan. Semi retired much of my free time is spent with movies, Netflix, and trying to make sense of adulthood and full time single parenting.

Posts By Andrew

X-Men: Age of Mediocrity

June 2, 2016 |

X-Men: Apocalypse” is the latest movie from Bryan Singer in the reboot of the “X-Men” franchise that started with “X-Men: First Class.” If you’re looking for a comic book canon movie, don’t go and see this; it will disappoint. (Which … Read More

We Are The End Of The World

May 24, 2016 |

It’s Apocalypse Week at Can’t Talk Media, something that I have studied both theologically and in popular culture. I find it fascinating that, as a species, we are self aware enough to know that not only are we mortal, but … Read More

The Surprising Diversity in The Division

May 5, 2016 |

“The Division” has been out for a while now (and has already seen one major update that added and changed things to the game) so I thought maybe a review this far out from its release wouldn’t be too late. … Read More

Aesthetics Are For Everyone

April 27, 2016 |

I wasn’t going to write for theme week this month; I’m a guy what do I know about aesthetics? I don’t do makeup or my hair. I don’t have style; I’m just a dude that likes comic books, movies, video … Read More

Captain America: Civil War

April 19, 2016 |

[I attended a free advanced screening of “Captain America: Civil War” for fans in Toronto, Ontario, as part of a Twitter promotion.]

“Captain America: Civil War” is the first movie in phase three of Marvel’s cinematic universe plan, and they … Read More

Rogue One: A Female Hero Story

April 8, 2016 |

The teaser for “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” wasn’t even an hour old, and I hadn’t even watched the trailer before the Internet was trying to shit on my joy. It didn’t matter though I watched the trailer, and … Read More

Batman v Superman: The Loss of Hope

April 7, 2016 |

It would be easy to think by the title of this piece that I am about to be another critic trashing the latest Warner Brothers/DC jump into the movies with “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” but I’m not. I … Read More

Everybody Poops and HB2

March 30, 2016 |

“Everybody Poops” is a children’s book about poop and toilet training; many parents use it but it seems that people have started to forget that simple fact. On March 23rd, 104 elected state legislators seem to have forgotten that when … Read More

Space: A Love Story

March 22, 2016 |

I have always been fascinated by space. In my youth, I would often sneak out of my window well past my bedtime to lie on my back in the back yard and gaze up at the sky. I wasn’t looking … Read More

How I Became A Low Maintenance Friend

February 17, 2016 |

I like to call myself a low maintenance friend. I don’t need constant attention, I’m not causing or wanting to get involved in personal issues that run rampant in people’s lives, I’m the quiet, low maintenance friend that is there … Read More