Svengoolie will be showing Murders in the Rue Morgue this Saturday night on Me-TV. Cinematography by Karl Freund. Svengoolie is moving to 7 P.M. Central in September.
This is a great video to watch. It explains not just the story, but the emotional and thematic depth to it. (Also, you should really read it.)
This is the central square of Ukraine’s capital city, Kyiv — and up the street to the left after the bridge and behind the trees is where protesters were shot by the Russia-paid snipers. Ever since this part of the street is closed off to traffic and those small objects along the street to the left below the flower…
I know many of us are heading to back to school (on either side of the big desk) and if you aren’t we’re still facing the end of summer. So, it’s time to share with the class: What did you this summer?
I was thinking about the Syfy Channel recently, about how great it was that they were finally introducing a lot more genre shows after a long period of trying to move away from being, well, the Sci-Fi Channel (they even once aired wrestling — it wasn’t a good time). But then I began to realize that Syfy was actually…
Some of the most beautiful sound stages posing as exteriors can be found in Fritz Lang’s 1955 film Moonfleet. A swashbuckler with a great cast to go with its visual style and exciting story, its only real flaw is that it centres on a child actor who delivers a very weak performance. Still, he’s not as annoying as…
Oh hey... lookit who’s “decided” to join us... Wonder how this is going to work out? Hopefully, better than GMG’s integration into Univision.
Today we get a horror show and then a space spectacular.
The end (of some kind) is nigh!!! What could I be speaking of, you may wonder. But you should know, because this is the biggest news of the Internet! At least as far as webcomics are concerned.
This week I’ll do something a little different since I’m only picking up ONE COMIC. In fact, I’ll probably do more of this whenever there’s room - like this week - so as to keep this little blog going.
The Season 12 finale of Face Off is upon us. The three finalists and their teams have their opportunity to fine tune their creations for Glenn’s haunted house experience and deal with the new twist thrown at them. Who will be crowned winner of Season 12? Results ahead.
We’re back with the Anime Opening Theme Bracket Madness (that’s quite wordy). It’s the second round which means we’re down to 32 contenders for the top spot. Which ones will survive to make it to the Sweet 16? It’s time to vote and find out.
Another Wednesday has crept in and thus it’s time for another book club. How was all of the US Niners’ eclipse? I trust none of you decided to look directly into it. Right? *Looks around room* Right? Nevermind, let’s get started on Book Club
... German Chancellor Angela Merkel presents her future cabinet for after the German general election next month.
If you’re looking for spectacle, you needn’t have looked further than Sunday night’s new Game of Thrones. The rapid pace of the new season may have sacrificed anything remotely resembling logic but it’s led to some undeniably great visuals. Plus “Beyond the Wall” spared some time for character dialogue and the old…
Has the big fake orange chipped in on the question of the hour? The rumour mill is going into interstellar overdrive over suggestions that quiz show host Bradley Walsh will be the companion to Jodie Whittaker’s 13th Doctor Who.
I know rick rolling is a little old, but you gotta admit, they did it with style. We can officially end rick rolling now. :)
It’s weird getting used to an absolutely transcendent experience in television every Sunday night, watching Twin Peaks. And it’s always different—the newest episode, “There’s Some Fear in Letting Go”, I doubt left any fan of the old series with dry eyes.