The Syfy channel once was known as the home of second-rate science fiction films, with C-list or worse actors and terrible plot lines. But now there might be a breath of fresh air coming from Syfy. Whether it is due to better...Read More
Some actors take a role and shed it at the end of the day. Others seem to embody the character throughout filming, creating a myth the swirls around these “character actors.” Chris Evans has played a lot of characters throughout...Read More
I don’t actually remember the first time I watched “Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure” — I might have been a little too young and it definitely was on VHS. Through the years, I have been stunned by the number of people who have...Read More
Sometimes a television series will begin and, despite my interest in it, it completely falls off my radar before I have the chance to watch it. “The Librarians” — a TNT series currently in its fourth season — is one such show....Read More
I was a fan of Reading Rainbow from the very beginning — at least, from the time I could remember. The show actually started three years before I was born, but I remember watching Reading Rainbow at the same developmental stage...Read More
I have been avoiding “Star Trek: Discovery” updates like the plague. Mind you, my avoidance is not because they are creating a new “Star Trek” or that the potential for official canon to be corrupted is multiplied when a...Read More
The world of manga (Japanese comics) has captured the imagination of artists, both aspiring and professional alike. Now best-selling artist and art instructor Mark Crilley presents the most complete look yet at the variety of...Read More
The works of Stephen King long have been adapted to the big screen, but for the first time, his Dark Tower series will grace theaters across the nation. “The Dark Tower” officially opens Aug. 4, but fans of King’s literature...Read More
Several unusual television shows have been released the last few years — among them “American Gods.” The plot of this new Starz series reminds me of the complexities one might find in Greek literature such as “The Odyssey.”...Read More
I was introduced to “John Wick” by my loving husband — a gift, I think, more for him than for me. There is something to be said for the sheer amount of action-packed footage found in the original movie. I always have been...Read More
I grew up watching action films, having been instilled with an appreciation of various martial arts and martial arts movies by my father from a very young age. As much as Disney was a part of my youth, so too were the works of...Read More
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