One of the finalists dubbed the finale challenge a Kung Fu-nale so I can’t take credit for that description. The final three Face Off All-Stars are tasked with creating fantastical kung fu masters. Who will win this battle royale and be crowned the winner of Season 11? Results ahead.
Apparently there’s not bread in space, though, only tortillas... See? Just what the president said! Mexican Food Space Stations on every corner!
it’s true, today I just wore a light jacket
Okay, I’m psyched for this one, but also a little worried about it, too, because I have a sneaking suspicion they’re going to Make Me Sad, but also excited, because it’s totally time to Snap Out Of It.
Welcome, mah peeps. Now that Barry has learned that traveling to the past is bad after being told 300 times we see him learning the lesson and traveling to the future. After all he was only told it was a bad idea 47 times. So the odds are better! Also that means: Terrible Wigs! Let’s react.
The show about a failing business trying to create a market for super hero proof products has been dropped by NBC’s Tuesday night line up and from any night’s line up for that matter. While there’s no official word on its cancellation, that pretty much seems assured.
I’ve been watching re-runs of The Avengers, a rough-and-tumble show that mixes gritty crime with a splash of espionage. It was created by that Sydney Newman chap who pushed off to the Beeb to indulge in a police box fetish (well that won’t last). Being in black-and -white it has a noir-ish feel, even when the video…
In the mashup between the two ultimate genre franchises, only one thing is sure - Sean Bean will probably get a lightsaber through the chest...
A while ago, you might remember that I wrote about five books that should become TV shows. Chief among them was The Black Company by Glen Cook, a series of books about a mercenary group who follow a dark ruler called the Lady. Well, now this series actually is becoming a TV show thanks to Eliza Dushku.
We’re back beeches. It’s time to smile and cuddle and not think about too hard about etical career choices for superheroes when they are not superheroing. Right now it’s time to react to Supergirl!
Part 2/6 of a timeline of pioneering female scientists and mathematicians, juxtaposed with a timeline of human rights. This part contains women born from the 1840s-1868 including Ellen Swallow Richards, Sofia Kovalevskaya, Annie Jump Cannon, and Marie Sklodowska-Curie.
Chris Evans, Captain America and one time Human Torch will be reading the Bedtime Story on CBeebies on May 10. He will be aided by some superhero themed toys but there is no word on whether his shield fit through the round window.
The world may seem like it’s controlled by powerful, invisible, malevolent forces. Much of this impression may be mere paranoia, so the best answer is investigation and illumination. This is what Peter Cushing believes in 1965's The Skull, a simple but pleasantly garish horror film directed by Freddie Francis based on…
So Captain Marvel now has both a star (Brie Larson) and a director (well, two directors — Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck). And according to Kevin Feige, filming will begin in February 2018. But who else should be cast in the movie?
It’s been a low key weekend for me, getting things done but not at a strenuous pace. Got some things fixed for friends while watching some movies that were running on my computer for background noise. I do wonder how I got to the point where movies like Arena, Starcrash, and Forbidden World are being suggested to me…
About the improbable love story of a rookie FBI agent and a psychopathic serial killer! (With cute little lambs!)
in Kyiv — our Ministry of Foreign Affairs prepared some tips and suggestions (it will be for the first time in the entire history of this competition that it will be held in a country currently at war - and we have Russia to thank for that)
To-day’s new episode of Doctor Who, “Smile”, is certainly a step up from the last one Frank Cottrell-Boyce wrote, but considering the last episode he wrote was “Forest of the Night”, that’s not saying much. To give it more of the credit it deserves, “Smile” has some entertaining dialogue that’s also thoughtful…