Drugs and moving pictures share a storied history. Similarities are bound to arise, especially when some TV and movies just pull from real life gangsters and those who hunted them. But two recent series show a scary resemblance: Weeds and Breaking Bad.
Perhaps it’s because of a general theme of [ … ]
The Doctor’s companion Clara “Oswin” Oswald continues to baffle. And it’s clear to me now that this, the latest of many Doctor Who mysteries, won’t be quickly solved.
Sunday night’s return, “Bells of St. John,” started out intriguing and laughable at once. Because the way they reveal the doctor after [ … ]
Just an update. There has been some technical problems blocking the site from being updated like before. Without going too far into it, this has been somewhat resolved but interruptions may be intermittent. Sorry for anyone who checks the site regularly for updates! We’ll be back to form [ … ]
Everybody Loves Tank Girl, the newest from creator Alan Martin, has a few moments of cutting commentary. And other moments are really quite funny or inventive.
But for the most part I felt I didn’t “get it.” Now, for a confession, I don’t have a longstanding relationship with Tank Girl. [ … ]
The Sessions is a movie about a poet paralyzed from the neck down by polio who hires a “sex surrogate” to take his virginity.
It’s a great premise. But it does a rare thing. It goes further. It explores the split with have in society, that you can live by [ … ]
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In the seventh episode of the Fictionphile Podcast, Jason and Jessie talk about Twilight Breaking Dawn Part II and two shows you can find on Netflix before the next season, Portlandia and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. The husband and wife are also joined by guest and friend Victor Martinez. [ … ]
The horrible CGI in Twilight, this last one even more than others, is an insult.
I have a confession. I saw Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part II the other night. Yes, this means I’ve seen all the others. Can we move on, folks?
Here’s my point: How did they get away [ … ]
This will be a The Man From Earth review, which might seem odd. It’s a small little movie that came out five years ago, and you’ve probably never heard of it. But, like most good little things, you can find it streaming somewhere online.
I’ve been under the weather recently [ … ]