Samurai Jack returned for a final season, 13 years in the making, after its initial run on Cartoon Network, airing on the Adult Swim programming block of the network earlier this year. The 10-episode revival felt like a stroke of… Continue Reading →
Long before The Walking Dead attacked basic cable ratings. Long before the Marvel Cinematic Universe made superheroes super fun. And long before LOST’s flashbacks, flash forwards and sideways storytelling, sci-fi was complicated and cool. The X-Files made conspiracies, science fiction and… Continue Reading →
It’s hard to believe that it has been 18 years since Mystery Science Theater 3000 has been on the air. And just by using the first three episodes of the new season as a barometer, the show barely believes it,… Continue Reading →
It is interesting that now, upon the anniversary of Ant Man schooling the haters on how wrong they can be in pre-judging a film, we find ourselves here again. Where, you ask? Why, Lucas’ I-Told-You-So Wonderland, of course!
With the death of Peggy Carter chronicled in Captain America: Civil War (and subsequently in an Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. episode) and the recent cancellation of Marvel’s Agent Carter, has this iconic character finally stepped out of the spotlight from the Marvel Cinematic… Continue Reading →
Per Matt Nashville’s about to get a bit funky when the 2016 Funk Fest returns to the Music City on May 14. Hosted by Yazoo Brewing Company from 1 PM to 5 PM, this craft-beer festival featuring wild and sour… Continue Reading →
Per Matt For almost a decade, Chris Carter made a name for himself by creating The X-Files. While the paranormal-themed drama transformed from a cult TV show into a pop-culture phenomenon, Carter was far less successful parlaying the viewers’ intrigue… Continue Reading →