Note: this isn’t a review, per se, and it contains some spoilers, although nothing earth-shattering and specific. This piece supplements the total geeking-out done by myself, Sam Cross, and Dieter Zimmerman on That Girl with the Curls, and is better […]
I grew up with after school animated fair like GI Joe, Transformers, He-Man, and my personal favorite (which I half hope for and half fear a live action movie) Voltron. I was super amped discovering those giant, shape-shifting robots were coming to the big screen and I thoroughly enjoyed the […]
I remember when I thought like a writer, all the time. Or, maybe it’s more accurate to say I remember when my imagination was wild. I could spend hours watching the raindrops pouring down the car windows, pretending they were in a race, desperately trying to outmaneuver each other to the finish line. I’d sit […]
I can’t decide whether I feel strongly enough about the new Tom Cruise-driven Sci-Fi blockbuster, Edge of Tomorrow to write a big ol’ review of it or not, but while I think on that, enjoy the trailers shown at my theater before the movie. As always: info from IMDb, video from YouTube, commentary from moi.
As I prepared some notes for a piece on podcast recommendations, I realized that while I wanted to begin with, “If you’re under 350, you probably have been hip to this whole podcast phenomena for years, but I just caught on in 2012,” I couldn’t actually be sure that premise is correct. I know that […]
Spring has been a blur with sadness over the end of Being Human, How I Met Your Mother, Almost Human, Trophy Wife…oh and work and the personal life has been crazy busy too. The chance to see these upcoming movies is perking me up though.
Um, guys, have you seen Scandal? It. Is. Crazy. I mean, what are we supposed to do with this bizarre West-Wing-Gone-Wild mash-up of political drama and soap opera? What are we to do but…but…become sort of obsessed with it?
In this British drama, moody and troubled teen Daisy is sent by her father and stepmother to […]
Not to argue some intense happenings occurred in the first volume, but volume 2 is where it all hits the fan. We are introduced to the evil triumvirate of Angelville who were controlling Jesse pretty much up until the events of Genesis. The scariest gran’ma around- Marie L’Angelle and her violent sadistic henchmen
Oh Jesse Custer, you wacky, sexy, alcoholic, foul-mouthed, possessed-by-a-creature-as-powerful-as-God son of a bitch. I’ve missed you; and your girlfriend; and your (spoiler alert!) vampire buddy.
For those of you who might have stumbled across this page looking for a review or summary of Gone to Texas, or for those of you who want to […]
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