I’ve been suffering from Comic Book Hero Burnout for a while, yet I continued to abuse myself with it by seeing Captain America: Civil War this weekend. A few thoughts on why I’m so tired of it, and yet why I still went.
Now that the spring television season is ending, I’m sad about going many months without one of my new favorite shows: the Fox hit, Lucifer.
I’m in Maryland at my old stomping grounds and visiting good friends (plus working on a couple outstanding articles). So, oops, NaBloPoMo kinda fell by the wayside. But I don’t want to miss it completely! So since we’ve reached the portion of the evening where we all whip out our phones (though, full confession, I…
Nerd Fest UK created an amazing classic movie dance mix, and I love it.
Does iZombie finally give zombies that romantic upgrade over vampires that people have been talking about for so long?
With the debut of Project Runway Junior tonight, I reflect on what I was doing at 13. Did I have any idea who I was then, and where I’d be now?
For Video Vednesday, a look at the Future as depicted in movies, and a new YouTube channel about one of my favorite shows: Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
I realized last night that Monday, all of a sudden, has become a big night for TV for me. Here’s why, and which shows get my DVR’s coveted attention.
The Titanic slipped beneath the waves of the North Atlantic more than 100 years ago today, yet we’re still fascinated by the tragedy. Here are some reasons why.
I finally decided to give up on Gotham, the new Batman-origin-story drama on Fox, deleting it completely from my DVR. Here’s why.