I haven’t watched this episode, but I’m sure we saw this on Kimmy Schtmidt. Anyway, welcome to episode 4-02 of Black Mirror! Come for the science fiction, stay for the depression and the support group (Discussion thread). Spoilers for this episode on the comments.
It’s the holidays! This is a great time to spend time depressed and gaining weight if you are not Supergirl. So what better to help us out with that, than a new season of Black Mirror. Come discuss the first episode of the new season!
Guess who has access to an actual PC again? This jerk! Yay! So have fun, but be safe, this new years weekend!
While I thoroughly enjoyed The Last Jedi (enough to see it twice), there are things that went un-addressed in the film that I want to shed some light on. Things that bugged the hell out of me. Spoilers below.
This was a really good novel. Lemme tell you why.
So, half of every newscast this week is about this huge storm system and cold front making its way across the country. How hard is winter smacking you around today?
Not sure if that also applies for his cameo in Ant Man, but certainly in his own stuff!
I finally got around to watching 2017's Logan a few days ago. I’m glad I did—I have my complaints but in the main I think it’s the first X-Men film to live up to the potential of the first two Bryan Singer films—mind you, I haven’t seen the Brett Ratner movie or the first two solo Wolverine movies but I feel…
Welcome to episode 4, The Year of the Horse.
Hello and welcome to WednesdayBookClub, nerds!! So it’s post holiday season (I think. I don’t celebrate the holidays so I have no idea) which means one thing:What books did you get? Let’s go!
Like in many previous years, our friends at Big Finish are offering some of their audiobooks at a discount for the holidays. They are probably best known for their Doctor Who offerings, but they also have bargains on the other ranges they offer, including Sherlock Holmes. They add new audiobooks for each of the 12…
I find myself not especially eager to discuss yesterday’s Doctor Who Christmas special. There were moments I did enjoy but, speaking as someone who feels Steven Moffat doesn’t deserve half the hate he gets, the special left me feeling very glad he’s stepping down as showrunner.
Twice Upon A Time is the final “swansong” of Moffat’s most would agree too long tenure as the head of the BBC’s flagship science-fiction show and is very much the product of the last seven inconsistent years of the show. The nearly hour long affair is a piece that ranges from heartfelt character moments to schlocky…
Happy Christmas Eve, everyone. This seems like a good time to talk about all the shows this year that had a humanoid with a deer skull for a head as a protagonist. Really, that’s only one show, Production I.G.’s beautiful The Ancient Magus Bride (魔法使いの嫁), which concluded its first season yesterday. Consistently strong…
Happy Christmas, everyone. My gift to you is not one but two new chapters of my infrequently updated web comic, Dekpa and Deborah. That’s for a total of seventeen new full colour pages. They’re set in November 1674 but there’s plenty of snow to give it a Christmasy feel. Also, there’s a cameo from a merry old fat man…
...what is Santa? Is he an elf? Wizzard? H. P. Lovecraftian Elder One that is using the holidays to gain our trust till he uses us as a sacrifice in some dark ritual? I mean that beard could be covering up a Cthulhu chin.