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Like Von Doom’s Victims, FANTASTIC FOUR will Explode Heads

In Movie, Review by Chris

Fantastic Snore. That’s what I was thinking about following the initial 45-minutes of what has to be the most inexcusably awful and frustratingly difficult-to-watch superhero movie ever made. Deep down in the ghastly depths of movie purgatory, director Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four reboot unseats Green Lantern from its unholy throne. The task was quite simple: study the previous film-adaption of …

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Chaotic MINIONS Disappoints Dad, Delights Kids

In Movie, Review by Chris

The Minions return this weekend in a prequel to the successful (and better) Despicable Me movies. The little, yellow creatures existed on Earth long before Gru recruited them as his faithful henchmen. In fact, minions have been serving villains as far back as the Jurassic era. Fast forward to the age of mankind and the minions are obsessing over finding …

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How the AT&T Unite hotspot gets #LifeConnected for RV Data Warriors

In Lifestyle, RV Living, RV Tech by Chris

The AT&T Unite for GoPhone by Netgear combines blazing speed, simplicity and extendability into one portable, unobtrusive package. Disclaimer: I was offered free product for purposes of this review. Opinions are my own. Chances are if you shopped the AT&T Unite in-store, you received excellent service in setting-up this ultra-cool device. For that reason, we’re gonna skip the set-up process. …

STOK Recipe: It’za Pizza! Crispy tasty pies from the tailgate!

In Cooking & Grilling, Lifestyle by Chris

Pizza on the grill is next level delicious. The STOK The first meal of any new grill is a challenging decision, but the end result is a celebratory experience. Every week here at DadHQ, we have a delivery of fresh organic vegetables dropped off at the doorstep. Inside this week’s crate was an abundance of nature’s finest all complimenting one …

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Psst…Metro Times…How not to treat parents.

In Lifestyle, Parenting by Chris

Michael Jackman has a problem. You see, when it comes to Flower Day at Detroit’s Eastern Market, strollers are an undeniable, inexcusable nuisance. Moms and dads without the physical capability (or desire) for hours-long baby-wearing, just don’t belong among everyone else in search of spectacular garden deals. Listen, I’m no stroller jockey. I find it much easier to get around …