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Preacher Does Some Soul Searching in Season 2

Jesse Custer’s journey, as a character on Preacher, has been an emotionally rocky road so far, but Season 2 of the AMC TV series has led him to New Orleans, where he seeks an audience with God, who has strangely… Continue Reading →

Midnight, Texas is Light Summer Fare

Midnight, Texas is not a clone of True Blood, even though it is inspired by the same author, Charlene Harris. I came into the show thinking it would be simply a low-rent version of True Blood on NBC. I can… Continue Reading →

Preacher Hits the Road for Season 2

Highly touted as the TV series brought to you by the producers of This is the End and Sausage Party, Writers-Directors-Producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg proudly bring back Preacher for Season 2 on AMC.

It’s Time to Give Preacher The Chance It Deserves

AMC’s Preacher has unfortunately languished in relative obscurity. I confess that this has been a constant source of consternation and confusion for me. The TV show is backed and produced by Seth Rogan. Its source material is one of the more famous… Continue Reading →

Happy Birthday, Joss Whedon!

June 23 marks the birthday of one of pop culture’s most influential artists. Joss Whedon has distinguished himself as a writer, director, producer, filmmaker and pop-culture icon. Born Joseph Hill Whedon on June 23, 1964 in New York City, he… Continue Reading →

Lucifer Still Failing to Reach Its Potential

No TV show surprised me more last season than Lucifer. Loosely (very loosely) based on the DC comics character, Lucifer follows Lucifer Morningstar, the devil himself, as he lives a life of luxury in LA. No longer content to be the… Continue Reading →

What We Learned From Season 1 of Preacher

Everyone’s got their own demons to hide… figuratively, as well as literally, in the small town of Annville, Texas. Preacher, the quirky supernatural drama, fantasy, horror and action TV series based on the Vertigo comic books, published by DC comics and airing… Continue Reading →

The X-Men Meet Apocalypse, One Powerful Adversary

With the installment of X-Men: Apocalypse, X-Men has become the Marvel franchise with the most movies in its series. Veteran director Bryan Singer returns in this installment, removed from only X-Men: The Last Stand, X-Men: First Class and the two… Continue Reading →

Remembering The X-Files

Per Matt Very rarely — if ever — a TV show will arrive at just the right time that speaks to an entire generation. With elements of science fiction, horror, fantasy, mystery, intrigue, drama and even romance, The X-Files sparked… Continue Reading →

James Marsters Delights at Wizard World Fort Lauderdale

James Marsters is best known for his portrayal of Spike, the anti-hero vampire, from the Buffy the Vampire Slayer television series, but the television and voice actor began his acting career in a far less menacing role. “I started in… Continue Reading →

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