I was about ten years old the first time I got to watch Silence of the Lambs. Was that wildly inappropriate for a child that age? Of course, but it helped in spawning a love for the charismatic villain who ate people! Here was this man, who for all intents and purposes, was perfectly sane, yet could give you nightmares just by talking.
Jen and Max pick apart Doctor Who’s penultimate episode for Series 7; Neil Gaiman’s ‘Nightmare In Silver’
Ever avoid a show because your scared of being sucked in to the scary pit that is the fandom?
Matt Smith shaved his head for a movie role. Do I care? The verdict is out. Probably.
Jen and Max review “Journey to the Center of the TARDIS” and “The Crimson Horror” just in time for this week’s “Doctor Who”!!
I’ll open a nice bottle of Chianti and wait for the inevitable
Class up a supermarket flower bouquet with this “elementary” idea.
This isn’t just mindless praise, Amy. Well, okay, it is praise, but it is not mindless. This the precursor to a desperate plea.
Let me train with you, Amy Poehler. Let me learn your ways.
In which I ruin another great science fiction sub-genre by turning it into a learning opportunity.
Jen and Max are back to give their brand of revolting review and revelry for last week’s episode of “Doctor Who”, the spooky ghost story ‘Hide”! Things are starting to get interesting!
In my hurry to write an article worth reading on this lazy Sunday, I received a text from my co-worker, on one of the few shows I recommended she watch: […]
Jen and Max provide their own brand of refresher on last week’s episode of “Doctor Who”, with enough time for you to go back and re-watch before Saturday! This week they’re chock full of new theories about who Clara could be.
“Hey, Fish Nightlights…It’s a billion-dollar idea!”
— Sheldon Cooper
This week Jen and Max review the newest episode of “Doctor Who”, admittedly a little late but no less enthusiastic. They probably need to get out more.
Amy Pond lives on; as a children’s lit author.
“Smash” is supposed to be many things, one of which should be “friend to the theatre professional”. Somewhere along the line, that message got lost. Maybe I’ll stop watching it and go back to watching “RENT” on a constant loop instead–at least Jesse L. Martin sings in that.
Are we finally getting the Wonder Woman series we DESERVE? Read on to find out!
The Doctor is back! And in more ways than one!
My name is Ashly and I have shipped non-canon pairings.
I am here to prove to you that I have survived. And that, somehow, you will as well.
Max discusses new companion traumaitis in lieu of the coming of Clara Oswin on Doctor Who, do you suffer from this horrific judgmental condition?
Please excuse me for a moment while I rant about why TBS’ “King of the Nerds” did everything wrong and how I would do it differently.
Too happy with your life? This week I teach you how to become properly obsessed over something and absolutely ruin your life.
Community’s “Journey to the Center of Hawkthorne” is now kind of available for download from Projecthawkthorne.com. You should check it out.
Remember folks: if Cupid gets you on Valentine’s Day, there’s a chance Joss Whedon is right behind him with a pointy stick. It’s dangerous out there, you should probably not take a date.
House of Cards is worth the price of Netflix if that is all you ever watch, let me tell you why! Also let’s talk about how awesome Kevin Spacey is.