Posts in tag

Film & TV


After a powerful season one finale back in October, the AMC spin-off-but-not-spin-off Fear the Walking Dead  opened its second season Sunday at what some would say is the most critical juncture thus far. It’s widely regarded that the second season of its counterpart The Walking Dead is one of its weakest, so the showrunners for the …

If you’re still reeling from that Walking Dead finale or maybe just suffering from a lack of The People vs. OJ, then don’t feel too bad, because STARZ has got your back, bringing us back to the Scottish Highlands and giving us the long-awaited season two of one of its hit period pieces. Hide your …

By L. N. Harrison // Contributing Writer In what is seemingly an age of prequels, sequels, and reboots both on the big screen and the TV, it was hardly surprising that Rush Hour would eventually be rebooted due to its success with Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan. CBS’ Rush Hour is a reboot TV series that follows the …

By Emily Austin // Contributing Writer If you thought The Governor (David Morrissey) was The Walking Dead’s most dastardly villain, think again, because Negan makes that psychopath’s antics look like child’s play. The long-awaited appearance of Negan was finally revealed in the season six finale, “Last Day on Earth” with an unnecessary amount of build-up. …

By L.N. Harrison // Staff Writer After hearing about I Saw the Light last month, there was a certain amount of curiosity and intrigue that followed. A biopic about country legend Hank Williams, as portrayed by Tom Hiddleston, a native of England? At this point, audiences have seen Tom Hiddleston play a Norse god, a WWI-era military man, …

Due to the frustrating nature of Shonda Rhimes’ “TGIT” ABC lineup, in which we lose How to Get Away With Murder after only five episodes each spring, a void has allowed the map of “Shondaland” to gain a new shining city — well, television show, that is. Unfortunately, The Catch is a bit too shiny and less intelligent than it …