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.
You know how people from the 70s (like me) like to complain that people from the 90s never do anything? Well, Devin Curtis and Timothy Blakely, two teens from Oregon, are proving people like me wrong. Not only are they the creators of their own website (Get Geek – which we [...]
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 [...]
Family Tree- If you are a fan of the oft improvised Christopher Guest films (A Mighty Wind, Waiting for Guffman,and my favorite, Best in Show) or just love Irish everyman Christopher O’Dowd, you must see this new HBO series. O’Dowd plays Tom Chadwick, a man who has lost his job and girlfriend, and has just received [...]
You know those character and bit actors that turn up in all your favorite shows that you recognize for some reason and exclaim to those around you, or yourself, “Hey, it’s that guy!” You probably don’t know his name, but you know him immediately. From his first role in V (the original) to cult favorite Buffy, The [...]
I’ve been busy watching some great entertainment and decorating (man it’s tiring matching patterns and colors and trying to pick out a desk). I apologize for neglecting y’all. But here are some recommendations to keep you entertained while waiting for Proffitt’s next post!
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A few weeks have passed since BBC America aired the three part zombie- centric series In the Flesh, written by Dominic Mitchell and directed by Jonny Campbell (who has a few Doctor Who and Shameless episodes under his belt amongst others). I am unable to find any IMDB credits for Mitchell; if this [...]
Oh, summer. Proffitt is in the process of buying a house in one state while living in another, packing up, and taking mid-terms; Bex is doing things like meeting Neil Gaiman (again), working, and vacationing. Meanwhile, here sits our little website, sad and alone.
Don’t worry – we’ve got stories to tell. Well be back [...]
The latest take on the Superman story comes courtesy of director Zack Synder (Dawn of the Dead, 300) and writer David S. Goyer (Batman Begins, Jumper). It stars relative new-comer and hotty-mc-hotterson-extraordinaire, Henry Cavill as the titular man in question, and Amy Adams as Daily Planet’s intrepid reporter, Lois Lane. There are also a bevy [...]
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