Okay, we’re :15 into the East Coast airing of AoS. I’m on DVR delay, so I’ve only seen the first two minutes, but simply based on that . . . I’m going to go ahead and open up a spoiler-friendly discussion thread. Obviously, spoilers after the break. »
WinnieTheWoot just sent me a tumblr post on the announcement of Netflix’s renewal of Daredevil for a second season. I can’t vouch for the source directly but it does say that they are replacing the showrunner. »
Hey, remember a little while ago when Marvel announced a partnership with Five Four for Avengers inspired clothing? I do mainly because I decided to get in on it. I make bad financial decisions. »
It might be a bit of hyperbole to say this is the issue that changed the course of comic books forever. But not by much. This was the issue that introduced American audiences to Alan Moore and the man exploded onto the scene like few creators before or since. In one fell swoop, a regular horror comic transformed into… »
So much happened in this episode. So much! It was amazing. One of the best of the season, in my opinion. Barbara has interested me again (thank the TV gods), Oswald’s story was heart wrenching, Bruce and Selina were stunning, Edward has taken his first step toward the dark side, and Jim is doing what he does best: be… »
Variety is reporting that Paramount’s looking into a television adaptation of GalaxyQuest. I love the movie, I love the quote-y goodness, and of course I kind of love this idea. »
I’m a little surprised to see that io9 has not posted a review of Hulu’s original show Deadbeat, about a medium, Pac (Tyler Labine — LOVE HIM), who has one friend (his drug dealer, Roofie, played by Brandon T. Jackson), no job, no money, and no life. To get by, Pac solves mysterious hauntings by talking with the dead… »
Because he’s Batman! And he watched the trailer (no, not that trailer, the other trailer!) so he’s totally hyped to kick Supe’s ass. »
Good afternoon everyone. I apologize for forgetting to put a post up yesterday. Just plum slipped out of my head. But that’s okay, because I’ve remembered today. So take this opportunity to discuss whatever you would like. The space... is yours. »
So The X-Files is coming back, as well as Twin Peaks (sans David Lynch). As is Coach, as is Full House, of all the damned things. Clearly we’re in the midst of a late ‘90s TV nostalgia wave. But what shows from that era — genre or otherwise — really deserve to come back? »
Not because it’s bad, but because it’s way too good at what it tries to do... Acrophobia trigger warning after the cut.
Ok, as you guys might know, I really love alternative realities and multiple universes. So I was wondering for some time now about things that were going on in the new Flash show.
The aspects of time travel, using the cast of the old Flash show to play as parents of the new heroes or villains they portrayed, and the… »
Leave it to the algorithm to get to the bottom of the world’s most famous cryptid. Thank goodness that’s been settled. »
Born in 1652. Went to Paris at 23 to work as an arithmetical expert, published an eponymous theorem in 1961. Tangent lines were never the same again.*
The other day I read an article somewhere that got me thinking about the importance of not only sound effects but particularly music in movies, TV shows and videogames.
Is it possible to pump your fist and bite your nails at the same time? Wes Craven has just announced that he will be developing two new TV series for SyFy as part of a plan to introduce more horror into their lineup, starting with an adaptation of Daryl Gregory’s 2014 Nebula Award nominated We Are All Completely Fine… »