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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
I spent most of May traveling. It was great and awe-inspiring and all that jazz, of course. Since May is sweeps month on television and big-time summer-movie kick-off at the theaters, my absence also meant I had a lot to catch up on when I landed back on US soil. So, the last 10 days [...]
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