One Direction may have taken a break from touring and recording (and who can blame them), but fans are still working hard to show their support for the group. Hence, Project Home. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
“Demons” was the first episode in a while that I have really, truly enjoyed, and maybe that was because of its return to the basic tenets of what made The 100 a great show: namely, the 100. “Demons” spent much of its time in Arkadia, with the remaining un-chipped members of Sky Crew raiding the empty […]
Carrie-Anne Moss has officially signed on for season 2 of AMC’s Humans, along with Sam Palladio. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
The Shannara Chronicles, that plucky, haphazard MTV-attempt at fantasy based on a series of novels by best-selling author Terry Brooks, has been renewed for season 2. The question is, how do they continue? First of all, allow me to apologize for completely dropping the ball on reviewing this show. I bit off more than I […]
Announced yesterday, the manga based on the beloved Nintendo game will make its return later this year. From the press release: The battle for Hyrule and the Sacred Realm has begun! A young boy named Link must defeat evil on his long, perilous quest to find the spiritual stones that hold the key to the […]
2016 is not a good year for women on television. Female characters have been dropping like flies. Whether they be recurring characters in an important, highly publicized storyline (like The 100‘s Lexa) or the black lead killed in order to prop up her white male co-star’s storyline (such as Abby Mills on Sleepy Hollow), we are losing […]
With posthumous permission from the late Terry Pratchett, Neil Gaiman recently revealed that he is writing a six-part Good Omens miniseries. Gaiman and Pratchett made all decisions about Good Omens together, so when Pratchett sadly died last year, it seemed as though that the most recent adaptation – a six-part radio play courtesy of BBC Radio – […]
The first trailer for Marvel’s Doctor Strange, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, dropped last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and it looks sort of like a Matrix/Inception mashup. From what I can gather from the footage in the trailer, Doctor Strange seems to be yet another origin film. Of course, I could be totally wrong, and the entire origin of […]
Baseball fans, rejoice, because we have a tentative release date for Undrafted, and it’s earlier than I thought! Vertical Entertainment, which acquired the rights for Joe Mazzello’s semi-biographical directorial debut back in February, had announced via Facebook that they were aiming for a summer release date a couple of months ago. “We have ourselves a baseball comedy!” […]
The 100 continues its decline with “Fallen”, an episode that was frustrating and triggering and all around difficult to watch. Warning for so many triggers I’ve lost count: self-harm, torture, sexual assault, domestic abuse. I’m not sure which scene was harder to sit through – Alie forcing Raven to witness a torture montage of every […]