Archive for January, 2016

“Are we having fun yet?” If you’re watching Party Down, the answer is yes, yes you are. Party Down is a cynical workplace comedy about day job caterers who are mostly trying to make it big in various parts of Hollywood.

Categories: TV Show Review

Everybody loves a good musical. People bursting out into song, singing their feelings to the person they love, accompanied by some well choreographed dance moves. But some of the best musical moments happen in films that aren’t musicals. Whether the character is lip synching or really belting out the tune, here’s our list of the top ten musical moments in films that are not musicals.

Categories: Top 10 Lists

No, I reckon yeah, bruv, these gorilla wolf alien things came to earth lookin’ for a fight innit?

Block hooligans Moses (John Boyega) and his crew are about looking for trouble, mugging the locals etc etc when a meteor crashes not five feet away from them.

Categories: Movie Review

30 years after the beloved teen comedy “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” takes place, we take a look at where the characters are now.

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In a television landscape that’s flooded with neo-noirs, it’s easy to write off the lousy ones. Unfortunately, FX felt that way about one of the good ones. Terriers follows ex-cop, ex-heavy drinker Hank Dolworth (Donal Logue) and his ex-con partner Britt Pollack (Michael Raymond-James) through the big and small cases they get as PIs in San Diego.

Categories: TV Show Review

If you’re an avid television watcher, chances are you’ve fallen in love with one or two television shows that were cancelled before their time. While other shows just seem to go on forever—let’s face it, we’re all going to be watching Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalacki saving people and hunting things well into their sixties—others seem to barely get a chance.

These are only a few of the many television shows that just weren’t meant for this world.

Categories: Top 10 Lists

Young Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) is a 10-year-old boy who has only known bad luck: his parents died when he was but a baby, and he’s been raised by his horrid aunt and uncle, who keep him in a closet under the stairs, ignore his needs and wants and blame him for nearly everything.

Categories: Movie Review

Right now, it’s a good time to be a nerd. X-Files is coming back, there’s a new Star Wars movie out and it won’t be long before Dawn of Justice gives us Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman all on the big screen together for the first time.

Capitalizing on this age of glorious geekdom is Netflix. They’ve ordered four new series starring characters from Marvel comics—Daredevil and Jessica Jones, which are currently up on Netflix, as well as Luke Cage and Iron Fist. Not to mention a mini-series to bring them all together in a superhero team called the Defenders.

While you’re waiting for Luke Cage and Iron Fist, here’s a list of our Top Ten Marvel comics that Netflix should consider picking up next.

Categories: Top 10 Lists