At long last a review. Some of you must have been patiently thinking “What is with those girls? They haven’t mentioned their favorite all around nice guy author’s book and it’s been almost half a year?” Well, Bex finally got to it.
I felt like I was cheating on Neil Gaiman, writer of my most [...]
Not into spy novels or romances? Looking for a brief literary affair that won’t take over your life? I have a few good suggestions for stories to escape into while sipping hot tea or cocoa by the fire (or if lacking a fireplace like me, by your pumpkin pie scented candle). Or if you are [...]
Ah, the long dark days of summer, punctuated only by the bright-light that was Breaking Bad (RIP, best show ever), are over and once again, there is something to watch on television. Huzzah!
We meant to give you this summary of our feelings about the new fall lineups weeks ago, but, you know, [...]
It’s over 20-years since the Torrance family ended their fateful stay in the Overlook Hotel, and the youngest member of the tribe, Dan (formerly known as Danny to most, and Doc to those who mattered most), is still carrying the demons left behind. I suppose I might be speaking metaphorically. Then again, this is the [...]
Spoilers, yo. Major Spoilers.
In the recent past, I have found myself a semi-ardent defender of series finales that others find…lacking, to say the least. I might be the only person I know who not only accepted, but truly liked the LOST finale, and I can talk myself into liking the [...]
Warning: Spoilers ahead
I get it – I do. I know that this is where it’s been heading all along. I see that Walter White’s choices, and the choices of those who have had the misfortune to know and care about him, have to have real consequences. All those hopes I had [...]
I will go to my grave firmly believing the Firefly theme song (not just Fox’s refusal to show the episodes in order) is mostly to blame for the show’s low ratings. I am certain many folks who were unfamiliar with Whedon wanted to give a space western a try, but were immediately turned off by the [...]
This weekend, writer/director Edgar Write put a nice period on the end of the so-called Cornetto Trilogy, with the release of The World’s End. Like the previous two installments, Shaun of the Dead (2004) and
One day, Walt and Jesse find a sick puppy. They nurse it back to health.
“This is great, ” says Jesse. “Let’s never make meth again.”
“You’re right,” says Walt. “Making meth is dumb.”
The. Fucking. End.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve noticed a sort of 70s-vibe to some of the creepy stories being told these days. The Possession was technically set in modern times, but the muted colors, and Jeffery Dean Morgan’s killer man-beard, felt like the 70s to me. Even TV’s Hannibal and Bates Motel have a washed [...]
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