The recent passing of Adam West (and in such close proximity to that of Sir Roger Moore!) has already led to a beautiful tribute to him being written on this site by one of...
Category: Series Review
Katherine Heigl’s latest attempt at a comeback, Doubt—a legal drama on CBS—has been canceled after airing only two episodes. According to Variety, despite being “heavily promoted” and co-starring Emmy nominee Laverne Cox, ratings were...
Still reeling from the success of its President W parody, That’s My Bush, which ran a legendary eight episodes back in 2001, Viacom is stepping into the presidential arena once again with The President...
On January 13th, people tuned in to stream the long-awaited adaptation of Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, despite the pleas from narrator Lemony Snicket (Patrick Warbuton) in the opening scene to watch something happier.
Fear not, TV fanatics and eclectic cult series connoisseurs! I have a relatively risk-free solution to the Black Mirror Conundrum. For those planning to embark upon a steady diet of this show, I propose the following fail-safe Introductory Mini-Binge.
This Halloween, Joey revisits the Cartoon Network miniseries that both scared the crap out of him and made him giggle with glee.
An eight-episode compilation of very loosely related stories, each involving some aspect of sex and romantic relationships in the 21st century, which each struck me individually as slyly disguised potential pilots for Netflix than collectively as a debut season of a single, ongoing series.
On July 15, Netflix released Stranger Things, a supernatural/science-fiction/horror series set in a small town in 1980s Indiana that has, for a lack of a better term, a lot of weird shit going down. What, did you expect me to say “stranger things”?
Joey talks about deception, fanboy rage, and controversy… as well as the Ghostbusters reboot.
Grab your gear and don’t forget The Rules: this week we’re taking a look at NCIS, the lasagna of police procedurals. Warning: you may want lasagna by the end of this episode.
THE CATCH: Con Cons Cop (Series Review)
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, spend an evening with the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling! One of the weirdest, most ‘80s things you’ve ever seen!
In Joey’s first requested review, he looks at what some consider to be the strangest thing on Adult Swim… and that’s saying a lot.
Gene Hunt and Life on Mars: why do we love them? This week: dark twisted fantasies, destroying the Daily Mail view of the world, and the freedom to be the jerk you always wanted to be.
More like United They’re Bland, am I right?
More like “Teen Titans No!“, hah! Hear what Joey has to say about this seemingly popular series on Cartoon Network.
Sofie reviews the new Studio Ghibli anime Ronia the Robber’s Daughter, based on the book by Swedish author Astrid Lindgren, which makes her happy to see something from her childhood appearing again and being treated with so much respect.
A look at the Cadfael television series that aired on ITV in the UK from 1994-1998, as well as some notes regarding how Cadfael relates to role playing games.
“The first season of Daredevil, currently streaming on Netflix, delivers a great cast, great action, great cinematography, and great direction, all of which come together to make a show that is, quite simply, great.”
“This magical girl anime is different from all the others, in that there are no girls in it.”