Archive for March, 2016

Guess who’s back – back again. Harry’s back! Tell a friend! The Potter boy is the target of a dark wizard’s anger yet again – will the lad ever learn? Sirius Black – the man who sold out Harry’s parents to his would-be committer of infanticide, Voldemort – has recently escaped from Azkaban (the wizardy prison for dark wizards and other magical bad-doers).

Categories: Movie Review

First-year intern Dr. John Dorian (Zach Braff) – JD to… anyone within earshot – is plucky, neurotic, self-absorbed, and a pretty decent doctor. Those character traits are a good combination for nine years worth of stories, as he and his friends bandage, suture and intubate their way from intern to attending.

Categories: TV Show Review

Trying to consider canon and continuity when it comes to Muppets can be confusing: are the movies supposed to be acted by the Muppets, or are they stories about the Muppets?

Categories: Movie Review

“A blonde walks into a bar.” You’ve heard that line before, no doubt followed by a crude joke about the stupidity of said blonde. But as much as the world loves to laugh at blondes, they also love to put them on a pedestal, admire them and even envy them. And no one loves a blonde like the movies. From Veronica Lake to Marylin Monroe, blondes have always had a special place on the silver screen, and in the hearts of the viewers. After all, they have more fun, don’t they?

So, in honour of sleek and shiny yellow hair, today we’re counting down the top ten cinematic blondes of the modern era.

Categories: Top 10 Lists

When funeral director Nathaniel Fisher, Sr. (Richard Jenkins) carelessly lights a cigarette while blindly driving his hearse through a busy intersection, he wasn’t expecting to get hit by a bus. But, careless driving does have consequences, and his were dire: Nathaniel died, right on Christmas Eve.

Categories: TV Show Review

Average schmo Steve Wiebe gets laid off and his big life changing decision is to be the best Donkey Kong player in the world. This is apparently a full time commitment, and Wiebe puts his full self into it – spending his days in his garage, the sounds of clicking buttons echoing through a cloud of Cheeto dust (metaphorically speaking, of course).

Categories: Movie Review