It’s called “The Buzzing from the Bathroom” and it’s about, as the Cracked clickbait title exclaims, how Tim can’t really please his wife. I do actually believe this is the first solo song by a non-main cast member...and Michael McMillian has the pipes for it.
Legends has embraced the ridiculousness, and the fun episodes continue this season! Our merry band of screwups (for the better) is now going to the circus. Come chat about tigers and evil clowns and Kelly Anne Conway.
Season 4 started mostly OK and It seems like we’re getting a fun episode! IronFlashpiderman goes gimmick with their best imitation of Weird Al in the 80s. Let’s chat while watching the episode Mixed Signals.
The back half of this season of Fear the Walking Dead hasn’t really inspired me to write about individual episodes but I’ll still do a write-up of Season 3.2 if for no other reason than it does set up some potential crossover points with the original show.
An update for the No Man Shall Protect Us documentary, including some amazing details about Edith Garrud, the “Suffragette who knew Jujitsu”. She may have starred in one of the world’s first martial arts movies, but where’s the TV series based on her life? Netflix? Anyone?
I have only seen him in Beauty and he was quite good. He has been in lots of other shows but I most recall him on Beauty and The Beast he was 94.
I don’t know if the stinger at the end of last week was a reference to the Fenris Twins or Quicksilver & Scarlet Witch but I guess we’ll soon find out! Welcome to the Gifted season 1 episode 3 “eXodus” spoilerific reaction thread, where you can share your thoughts on the show as it plays out or after it’s done.
I would have liked to’ve seen the show Star Trek Discovery was meant to be before Bryan Fuller was forced to leave over creative differences with CBS. Last night’s new episode, “Choose Your Pain”, gave me what felt like a glimpse into the themes he had outlined for the show. But the show demonstrates the risk in…
I kinda liked the Dark Supergirl more than I though I would, but I hope it doesn’t last much. For now, it’s time for the obligatory “Everyone get’s mindfucked” episode every SciFy show must have. Psi with a cheap but kinda hot 90s leather suit comes to wreck havoc and push everyone’s triggers. Come react!
Hurray Maze is back is week in the first of the four episodes that were cut from the end of last season and put into this one. I wonder if they did that on purpose in preparation for Lesley Ann Brandt being gone a while on maternity leave. Welcome to the Lucifer season 3 episode 3 “Mr. & Mrs. Mazikeen” …
It’s time to continue our goal of deciding which horror movie villain is the greatest of all time. Only eight contenders remain to be decided upon. Will your favorites survive? Let’s find out together.
If you haven’t noticed by now, I’m big into synecdoches. There’s a lot of situations where one little aspect of a piece of media is indicative of a broader philosophy, and when you look at the big picture thinking about this philosophy, you can see how it all works together.
A new kind of fantasy was being created in the 1960s in the wake of successful James Bond films, an increasingly strange and often campy world of flamboyant supervillains and subtly perverted heroes. One of the strangest examples of this genre is 1968's Black Lizard (黒蜥蝪) which pits the famous fictional detective…
Twice, even. Because that’s what everybody has been missing from Star Trek Discovery to get into the Star trek mood. “Fucking Cool.” No. It ain’t. Discovery Spoilers.
BEHOLD: Kevin M. Wilson’s new Gremlins poster, “The Old Curiosity Shop”. It’s a masterpiece. It is also jam-packed with easter eggs.
I saw the trailer and said that not how I remember it. The New Mutants were a really good XMen spinoff series in the 80s they were the new students of Xavier.
One of the most interesting aspects of Garth Ennis’s run on Punisher MAX was the fact that he not only grounded him in a world mostly devoid of superhumans, but also that he grounded him in a specific time, too: Ennis’s Frank Castle is a veteran of the Vietnam War. And Punisher: The Platoon, written by Garth Ennis,…
The Daleks and Napoleon Bonaparte, a team made in Hell. And it happened in the 2012 audio play The Curse of Davros, an entertaining Sixth Doctor story written by Jonathan Morris.
The CW is returning to an all new Roswell, as the network plans to reboot their brief-yet-popular 1999 science fiction/adventure series. Still intended to be based on the Roswell High book series from Melinda Metz, Carina Adly MacKenzie will pen the series; and executive produce with Justin Falvey and Darryl Frank…
Last night brought “Krill”, the first episode of The Orville not written by Seth MacFarlane and the first written by someone who used to write for a Star Trek series, David A. Goodman. Having worked on four episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise as well as having been a writer for Family Guy and Futurama—the famous Star…