As television shows get older, changes are made. These changes spice up a series, add new characters, change location, etc… We’ve seen it in pretty much every series that’s hit the airwaves, Buffy goes to college, Veronica Mars becomes a P.I., The Brady Bunch kids start a
Graceland, is the new series from Jeff Eastin, who you might know as the creator of a little series called White Collar. Now, That show is one of my favorites, I love the mix of action, comedy and light hearted fun. For his next series, Jeff has
Do you guys remember the series Monsters? I do. I used to stay up late with the sound turned down low so no one could hear that I was actually awake and watching television. The series which around me, aired with Tales From The Darkside, dealt with…
Archer is one of the most distinctive and unique animated series to hit the airwaves. Sterling Archer is an international super spy and he, along with his trusty crew are battling intrigue, hitting a few cocktails and generally saving the world while being completely awesome. It doesn’t
The Lovely Erica has a wonderful review of the new animated film from Studio Ghibli, From Up On Poppy Hill. It’s being released on blu-ray and DVD next week and from what I can tell… It’s pretty awesome. Studio Ghibli has an amazing track record when it
Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch star in Prince Avalanche the new film from David Gordon Green. This film has been getting great word of mouth and our own JM headed out to see if the film lived up to the hype. Check out his full review below!
JM has an awesome review of the Amanda Seyfried film “Lovelace” which is scheduled to hit theaters this week. Personally it’s been high on my list for a while now, with an awesome subject matter and a killer cast, I’ve been wanting to see it. Plus, who
JM recently was able to check out the new film “Willow Creek” directed by none other than One Crazy Summer’s Bobcat Goldthwait! Say wha? Bobcat’s a director now? And judging by JM’s newest review a darn good one! “Willow Creek” is a found footage film that follows
I admit it. I am an unabashed fan of Danny Boyle. He is hands down one of the finest filmmakers working today. Whether he’s using the backdrop of a gameshow in Slumdog Millionaire or telling one man’s journey in 127 Hours, he has a unique and singular
MTF movie critic JM is back and has an interesting choice for his second review, Only God Forgives, which stars Ryan Gosling. I really haven’t heard too much about this film except it’s the same team behind the movie Drive and it received mixed reviews at the
Hey kids! I know it’s been forever since we heard from The Novel Strumpet! But she has returned from her self imposed hiatus to send in this awesome review for Etiquette and Espionage by Gail Carriger! Airships, Vampires, werewolfs… I mean… You can’t go wrong with that!
Psychics! Magicians! and Other Crazies Oh My! I hear those words and I’m like… Yes? Freaks?! Awesome! The Novel Strumpet has sent in this wonderful review of the new novel Dark Magic by James Swain… James Swain… That seems like something out of an old Western… “You