Is this a case of the Doctor Hughes? Back in 1985, former Time Lord Tom Baker shaved his curly locks and ditched the scarf to distance himself from TARDIS chic. But he wasn’t adverse to the odd bit of fantasy and accepted a booking to appear on the BBC’s classic children’s show Jackanory.
Is Wonder Woman the best DC Extended Universe movie? Hell yes, by a wide margin. But that’s not exactly a big hurdle, now is it? So is Wonder Woman a good movie? That is a quite unequivocal yes. It’s not a great movie (the finale definitely could have been better), but it is a very good movie and gives us the kick-ass…
Are we ready for Mad King Kirk? The good Captain, or rather William Shatner got an interesting question on Twitter earlier today.
If you want to take a break from watching the burning wrecks of cars and looting local supermarkets for their men’s only magazines, the Alamo Drafthouse would like to apologize for having their women’s only screening of Wonder Woman and starting the Manpocalypse.
A wealthy white American man with a van dyke, played by an actor who’s also played Sherlock Holmes more than once, leads a fast paced life. His success has brought great hubris and then one day he’s unexpectedly brought low, suffering permanent physical injury, but the path he takes to fix his body also helps to heal…
The Chamber of Secrets has been opened once more, and your professors are waltzing right in!
We’re heading into summer with the return of some favorite shows. Only a few new shows this month, including one based on a Stephen King novella, a Disney cartoon, and Syfy’s grindhouse series featuring blood-guzzling race cars. Check below to find out about the upcoming premieres and finales.
Bolded title = premiere
Today we go all The Bard and see a marriage that is clearly not a happy one.
CJA has a new post up over at Tor.com, “Growing Up, Wonder Woman Was the Hero I Really Wanted To Be.” If her posts were one of the things that you enjoyed about io9 then this is worth the read.
So you know that feeling when you keep reminding yourself to do something because you totally know that you’ll inevitable forget to do it? So I’ve been doing that to myself all day regarding book club. So, I am here, currently at 12:04 AM local time because I just remembered to do it. That’s a new one for the record…
Those who discovered on the Gameboy Advance the game Advance Wars it was for many who grew up playing chess literally love at first and second sight. Then Advance Wars 2 came out on the gba. Finally on Nintendo DS we got Advance Wars Duel Strike and Advance Wars Days of Ruin. The first DS game sucked.
There was another nice new episode of American Gods on Sunday, “Lemon Scented You”, which introduced some important characters and had one of the nicest side-story vignettes yet.
One of the best Ukrainian waters (we here have a wide selection of bottled mineral waters), Morshynska, issued a limited series of smaller bottles looking like characters of Star Wars:
- Director Frank Oz, recalling a test audience’s chilly reaction to the original ending of “Little Shop of Horrors”.
Darkseid is coming to the Justice League movies, sooner or later. We really are in a golden age of superheroes in live action, at the moment, but as we get more and more movies and shows to enjoy, we start to see certain flaws in the genre. One particular flaw that’s becoming increasingly apparent? Boring…
I’m not sure when it was exactly. Or where for that matter. Some coastal town where the family retreated for a holiday. Ramsgate, Broadstairs or Margate? Maybe Portsmouth? There was a pub that provided an element of shelter on a rainy evening with a family room that provided a joyful step back in time.