Recently, Film School Rejects argued that the upcoming X-Men television spin-off could benefit from looking at the Star Trek franchise for inspiration—read the full article here. The Star Trek franchise has already proven itself as a success in the television medium, and using another sci-fi show with a similar fan base could provide the X-Men […]
We might have to wait until 2016 to see the big screen comic book showdown that is Batman V Superman, but the upcoming crossover/fight between The Flash and Arrow is just a few weeks away. The CW’s version of Barry Allen was first introduced in an episode of Arrow and Stephen Amell made a brief appearance in the pilot episode of The Flash, but this two-hour crossover event will mark the first
[This is a review of The Affair season 1, episode 2. There will be SPOILERS.]
In its series premiere, The Affair brilliantly painted itself as Gone Girl for television, with its two unique viewpoints of events that took place over a summer break in The Hamptons. The second outing, simply titled ’2′, keeps the “he said, she said” format firmly in place as Noah an
[This is a review of The Walking Dead season 5, episode 2. There will be SPOILERS.]
After the wall-to-wall action of last week’s premiere, The Walking Dead begins to settle back into a slower pace, and a more routine storyline about distrust, secrets, and whether or not Rick & Co. have an obligation to help those in need, with ‘Strangers’. The more deliberate pacing means that the characters
Star Wars Rebels marks the beginning of the Disney/Lucasfilm Star Wars universe on the small screen, and the Disney XD show is already off to a strong start. Reviews for the two-part pilot, “Spark of Rebellion”, by and large praise the series for having recaptured not just the look – see the visual homages to the original Star Wars trilogy included in the “Igniting a Legacy ” featurette (as embedded above) – but also the feel and spirit of George Lucas’ original Star Wars movie, by chronicling the adventures of the spaceship Ghost’s motley crew.
Those elements were carried over in
[This is a review of Boardwalk Empire season 5, episode 7. There will be SPOILERS.]
With the birth of Luciano and Lansky’s criminal empire, it makes sense that the final season of Boardwalk Empire would ultimately find itself being about family. And when it’s not about direct blood relations, it’s about the people who, having no one else, come to rely on those that might otherwise fit the bill. There’s a fine line between the s
Danny thinks Clara has finished traveling in time, and the Doctor thinks Danny doesn’t mind Clara staying on. All will be well, providing the Doctor can return her to the exact space and moment she left from, every time. What could possibly go wrong?
A bearded man is making a nervous phone call. He knows who did it, but he’s worried about being overheard. And rightly so, as he suddenly vanishes, and then reappears as part of his own wallpaper. This time, the walls don’t just have ears, they have grabby hands too.
In another time and space, Clara is clearing her stuff out of the TARDIS, and the Doctor d
[WARNING: This article contains MILD SPOILERS for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 2.]
Season 2 of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. promised to include more characters from the comics as well as introduce new names to the universe. So far in the first four episodes of season 2, Lance Hunter (Nick Blood), Absorbing Man (Brian Patrick Wade), and Agent 33 (Maya Stojan) have been featured in addition to Lucy Lawless’ Isabelle Hartley. However, one of the more anticipated Marvel Comics characters to appear on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. this season is Mockingbird.
Adrianne Palicki will make her S.H.I.E.L.D.
[WARNING! Potential spoilers for Season 5 of Game of Thrones ahead!]
Season 4 of HBO’s wildly popular Game of Thrones left the fate of Westeros more uncertain than ever, with the season finale dispatching some fan-favorite characters and setting others on new, perilous paths. For a great many fans, next year’s seaso
October 18, 2014
With American Horror Story: Freak Show raking in huge ratings, it’s no surprise that fans are clamoring for more spoilers and secrets from the set. Creator Ryan Murphy indulges audiences with a few new spoilers that add to what we already know and suspect about the most twisted chapter of AHS.
According to Murphy, Denis O’Hare, who plays Stanley, is real happy with his role this season. “He plays a guy with a 13-inch penis and that’s all I’m going to say about that,” he tells EW. The con artist, who is partners with Emma Roberts’ character, Maggie, will appear in episode three. It’ll push the boundaries of wh