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The Orville Tries to Boldly Go

The Orville is the new hour-long space exploration series from Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane. Taking cues from Star Trek and Galaxy Quest, the TV show centers on new Captain Ed Mercer (played by MacFarlane, himself) and his ship the U.S.S. Orville. The pilot… Continue Reading →

Ruminating on The Leftovers Finale

I watched The Leftovers final episode last Sunday, hoping for the satisfying ending that Lost never gave me, and though I’m not sure Lindelhoff gave me much resolution, I can say this finale has been stewing around in my head almost constantly… Continue Reading →

Is The Curse of Oak Island Any Closer to Being Solved?

If there’s one thing The Curse of Oak Island resolved in the two-hour season finale, it’s that Marty, Rick and the rest of the treasure-hunting crew keep getting closer… but to what? For the most part, the only answers they’re… Continue Reading →

Assassin’s Creed Misses Its Mark

I have yet to see a video game-based movie that has been good. A lot of them are just executed poorly or too far removed from their original source. I wish I could say that Assassin’s Creed is different, but… Continue Reading →

Digging the Mystery of Oak Island

As the Lagina Brothers dig into the complex, multilayered 200-year-old mystery that lies below Oak Island, numerous clues, theories and circumstantial evidence have all been presented (many of which have been disproved), along with a decent amount of documentation that has backed up… Continue Reading →

Westworld: One Theory Down, Many More to Go

This week’s episode of Westworld has flipped everything on its head. For anyone not caught up with HBO’s new and exciting sci-fi drama, this is the point where you should stop reading.

The Blair Witch Still Haunts Us Today

A little over 17 years ago, The Blair Witch Project hit theaters and went on to earn more than 330 times its sub-million-dollar budget at the box office. The movie has become a standout success in the horror genre.

Too Many Flashbacks in The Walking Dead!

Per Matt Robert Kirkman has famously mentioned that he created The Walking Dead as if it was a never-ending Zombie movie. Originally created as a graphic novel, The Walking Dead has become a pop-culture phenomenon and the highest-rated program on… Continue Reading →

The Curse of Oak Island

Located just off the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada, lies a 140-acre island engulfed within a 220-year-old unsolved mystery. There’s been endless speculation of possible buried treasure there, connecting its origins to pirates, King Solomon’s temple, Spanish gold, Freemasons and… Continue Reading →

Expedition Unknown Continues to Search for the Truth

Josh Gates returns for all-new legends, mysteries and evidence as he hunts for the truth in Season 2 of Expedition Unknown.

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