Jen Sylvia | October 13, 2013
Welcome back, Supernatural. How you’ve been missed! You left us for months after a redeeming eighth season that made up for the mess Season 7 left. You even joked about it with us, letting us know it wasn’t a solo clown trip. In Season 8 you were back in fine, if frenetic, form and you let us know you meant business.
Dr. Travis Langley | October 2, 2013
The Droid You’re Looking For ran a fascinating infographic illustrating all deaths in the television series Breaking Bad, the “Periodic Table of Death.” By the end of the series about an overqualified high school chemistry teacher who becomes the meth-cooking supervillain Heisenberg after he discovers he has terminal cancer, the show chalks up 269 deaths (not counting [...]
Aaron Pruner | July 1, 2013
Each year since, Comic Con has not felt complete without the zombie juggernaut that is the ever growing world of the show/comic book series/video game. Well, not to stray too far from convention (get it, convention?), AMC has just released the banner ad for Season 4 to be featured at the convention in the coming weeks.
Aaron Pruner | June 25, 2013
Starz has officially announced Tuesday they will be teaming up with Sony Pictures on a 16 episode order of Outlander, based on the internationally best-selling books by Diana Gabaldon. The series adaptation will be written by none other than Ronald D. Moore who is best known for his work on Battlestar Galactica.
Aaron Pruner | June 24, 2013
Last week saw the Season 3 premiere of Wilfred on FX where Elijah Wood reprises his role of Ryan. This week marks the theatrical and VOD release of the much talked about horror remake Maniac, in which Mr. Wood stars. We had a chance to hop on the conference call he discussed everything from the evolution of comedy, his love of horror movies and whether or not his character Ryan really is crazy.
Jeff Burns | June 24, 2013
On YouTube, the action/comedy superhero series continues as super-villain Darkstar give birth to her nemesis Captain Amazing’s child. Darkstar discovers how difficult it is trying to plan her next villainous crime when Captain Amazing goes to save the day and leaves her to take care of the baby all by herself.
Jason Tabrys | June 23, 2013
The boys from The Bastardcast are back and this time they’re talking ALL about ‘The Man of Steel’ with Blastr writer Matthew Jackson. Did Superman soar or suck? Listen to their take.
Aaron Pruner | June 17, 2013
Do we really need more vampires on television? If you ask Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan, the answer would be a resounding yes. FX has previously announced developing the vampire novel trilogy for television. John Hurt (The Elephant Man, Midnight Express) was announced as a heavy hitting addition to the production’s cast.
Jason Tabrys | June 14, 2013
Manhattan Projects artist Nick Pitarra talks with The Bastardcast podcast on being blessed with recognizable characters like Einstein and Oppenheimer in an indie world. weird commission requests, his artistic inspirations, drawing superheroes, and his epic Eisner Award plans.
Aaron Pruner | June 13, 2013
The Twilight Zone remains television’s most treasured anthology program and pretty much the only worth while thing to watch on television during Thanksgiving break! It’s the brainchild of writer and narrator Rod Serling and was inspired by the pulp comics, novels and sci-fi films of his youth. The series premiered on October 2, 1959 and left a permanent mark on our culture.
Jen Sylvia | June 13, 2013
The season finale of the BBC’s clone-tastic series Orphan Black begins! What will the season finale answer? That’s the wrong question. What new mysteries will be left dangling in our faces? That’s the right one. Through one episode after another, Orphan Black has kept us guessing, and this one is no exception.
Jen Sylvia | June 13, 2013
So many questions, so very little time. “Unconscious Selection” beautifully describes the actions of all these clones, how their very personhood is differentiated, not just from birth, but from their life experiences, and how it’s all led them here, to this point.