The storyline for Manifest is slowly getting unpeeled like an onion. Unfortunately, after watching nine episodes, it only stinks. And these tears are not of joy.
The Sharknado franchise uses unconventional storytelling techniques by combining weather catastrophe and monster movie genres to form a survival horror, sci-fi disaster movie that’s become one of the biggest TV movie franchises The Asylum has ever created and Syfy has… Continue Reading →
In some kind of reverse April Fools’ Day prank, last night Cartoon Network aired a new episode of Rick and Morty. I found it completely by accident.
Jack is back. Back from the past. How ’bout that?