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Archer: Danger Island Reverses Roles

Archer: Danger Island reminds me of Disney’s TaleSpin… but with humor for an older audience. In both situations, the cast of characters from one story is put into a tropical island, in different roles, with adventures in jungles and in… Continue Reading →

Season 2 of Santa Clarita Diet Has Bite

The Santa Clarita Diet may have invented a new genre of entertainment: the zom-com. Its an entertaining mix of a family sitcom, romantic comedy, slapstick horror and gory uh… weirdness. It’s probably not a TV show that everyone can easily… Continue Reading →

Time Traveling for a Brighter Future

If you could prevent a new disaster from happening in the past, but in the process mess things up for the future, would you do it? This type of Terminator-meets-Back to the Future time-travel paradox presents itself within Timeless.

31 or How Rob Zombie Sucked Away Two Hours of My Life

Rob Zombie makes yet another film about aging rednecks and clowns. So, do you enjoy movies where the “hottie” (while still lovely) is closer to 50 than 20? How about films where absolutely none of the characters are likable? Maybe… Continue Reading →

Why, Marvel, Why? (or How Captain America Broke Our Hearts)

It really isn’t fair, what Marvel has done to us Cap fans. No, I’m not talking about Internet videos of Chris Evans being fabulously handsome. I’m talking about Captain America: Steve Rogers #1 and the terrible punch in the gut… Continue Reading →

Celebrating Alternate History: The Man in the High Castle

Per Matt As a fan of alternate-history stories in general and The X-Files in particular, I’ve been eagerly awaiting to watch the new TV series created by Frank Spotnitz, whose past collaborations with Chris Carter have yielded some of my… Continue Reading →

Doc of the Dead

Doc of the Dead explores the Zombie genre and the many prominent figures who have helped propel the undead craze to untold depths.

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