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Nat Geo’s SharkFest Bites!

Hunt. Kill. Eat or be eaten. What’s a summer without sharks? Since many movie theaters are currently closed to the general public (yet there’s still no sequel to The Meg) and my main source of entertainment being basic cable (not… Continue Reading →

Cancelling Genre Television: The 2019 Edition

While some major television series planned to go out with a major spectacle (The Big Bang Theory and Game of Thrones), other shows weren’t so lucky. In a network-based world filled with fractured demographics and eroding ratings, genre television took… Continue Reading →

The Good, The Bad, The Hungry

Per Matt What better way to celebrate Independence Day than with a hot dog-eating competition documentary?

Reality is More Terrifying than Fiction in the Netflix Original, The Push

Truth is stranger than fiction and, often times, a whole lot more terrifying. Ask yourself one very simple question: Can you be convinced to kill a man?

April Fools’ Day Prank Gives Observant Fans a Rick and Morty Surprise

Wubba lubba dub dub! 

Back to Frank Black

Per Matt “In a world where evil has many faces, hope has just one: Frank Black.” For three years, Millennium pushed every boundary as a television series from 1996 to 1999. Hard to describe using only a few words, it… Continue Reading →

Ghost Adventures Haunts The Bell Witch Cave

After 10 seasons, the Ghost Adventures Crew finally visited the Bell Witch Cave.

Alabama Phoenix Festival Interview: Colin Ferguson

Per Matt It was a thrill to interview Colin Ferguson recently at the Alabama Phoenix Festival, which was his first appearance at the convention, as well as his first-ever visit to the city of Birmingham. After we spoke, he hosted… Continue Reading →

ScoreCon Interview: Erik Huey, of the Entertainment Software Association

Per My Brother The video game industry is one of the fastest-growing industries in the United States. It’s always in the spotlight and sometimes, it can be attacked in the press. That is when Erik Huey, Senior Vice President of… Continue Reading →

The History Channel’s 2012 The End Is Now

According to Brad Meltzer (and The History Channel), The End Is Now. Well, since it’s New Year’s Day of 2013, I thought I’d do a drive-by review of their pseudo documentary that recently aired on TV.

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