Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle are joined by special guest Molly (or is it Polly?) to celebrate Halloween. Of course, the whole thing devovles into a discussion of their greatest fears and the ways their mothers have scarred them for life.
Every Halloween, all of your favorite movie monsters come out of the woodwork to cause havoc. But what do they do in the other 364 days of the year? How do they spend their downtime? Joel Murphy answers this question in this classic column, which we bring
It saddens me that Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. doesn’t place higher in the ratings. This season continues to climb to great new heights, and it deserve to be watched. The show demonstrates it’s excellence this week by setting the alien writings and the obelisk/The Diviner to simmer, and
Aaron R. Davis gives us an honest version of those Rob Lowe DirecTV commercials.
Is it just me or did this feel like a throwaway episode? So much of what the show gave us this week felt like a weak retread of themes and ideas we’ve already explored this season. It seemed like Moffat and Co. were just in autopilot as
Bob from The Walking Dead and D'Angelo Barksdale from The Wire may not seem that similar on paper, but both characters have a vulnerability and a tragic quality that gets you instantly invested in them, even as you fear for the worst. That's because they are both
Leave it to two stunt directors to finally give us an action movie where the action scenes truly shine. As I’ve ranted about countless times in these reviews, so many directors today rely on shaky camera, close cropped action scenes to mask the scenes flaws and to
First, I apologize for my absence for episode 3. I was doing some undercover work at HYDRA headquarters, their Wi-Fi is not that great. I digress. Let us dive into this weeks excellent episode of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. This week we open with a very Game
From Stan Lee to The Simpsons, Bill Schultz has worked with some of the best in animation. And now he's collaborating with Dexter creator Jim Manos, Jr. on Jimmy Stones, a crowd-funded animated series about a down-on-his-luck man who talks to animals. Joel Murphy interviews Schultz about
Aaron R. Davis talks about the Halloween foods he loves and why it's okay to love them.