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SUPERNATURAL Rewatch (S01E12): Faith

Previously on Supernatural: Sam and Dean fought against a scarecrow terrorizing travelers in a small Indiana town. Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) pull into a deserted lot. They rummage through their trunk, producing their weapons of choice. The boys are in mid-hunt, and the situation is tense. They work through a the barn before stumbling onto two children. Unfortunately, the unseen monster is still there. As Sam rushes the children to safety, Dean takes the creature on alone. The monster gains the upper hand, knocking Dean into a puddle of water. The elder Winchester has only one option, a...

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THE WALKING DEAD Recap: (S07E07) Sing Me A Song

The Walking Dead has shown us survivors from five different communities: Alexandria, Hilltop, The Kingdom, The Sanctuary, and Oceanside.  So now what happens when Ricks people want to fight back? The groups is separated.  As we’ve seen in the past, they don’t fare so well when they are separated. Spoilers ahead… Michonne Michonne (Danai Gurira) is walking around and whistling. Walkers start to follow her. She kills them and drags the bodies away.  Michonne continues to kill and pile up a lot of walkers to create a road block.   One of the Saviors, a woman drives up on the...

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DC Crossover: ARROW Recap (S04E08) Invasion

Night 2 of the CW Crossover is also the 100th episode of Arrow!   What would Oliver’s life have been like if he had not been lost at sea for five years?  Old friends and villains return for this special episode of Arrow. Spoilers Ahead… Oliver Queen (Stephen Amnell) starts his day with a run.  His fiancee speaks to him from the shower. When she steps out, it’s Laurel Lance (Katie Cassidy).  (*Laurel died in Season 4 after a fatal gunshot wound.*)  Oliver and Laurel are getting married!  It’s a dream come true!  In fact, it is a dream. Oliver,...

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SUPERNATURAL Rewatch: (S01E10) Asylum

Previously on Supernatural: The Brothers found themselves back at the Kansas house where everything started. The young family who moved into the house struggles with a vengeful spirit presence, and only the Winchester’s can help. “Asylum” opens on Roosevelt Asylum in Illinois. Two police officers arrive at the abandoned asylum. As the two men reluctantly enter the old hospital, they reflect on the roots of the local legend. Not only is the terrifying building haunted by the spirits of patients long since dead, but it is said that those who spend a night in the asylum go mad. It’s with...

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Sundance Announces It’s Competition and Next Lineup For 2017

Tis the season! Nope, I’m not talking about Christmas or Hanukkah, I’m talking about Sundance. Hollywood’s favorite film festival, and today we got our first announcements! 66 films were selected for the U.S. Competition, World Competition and NEXT. In addition, there is a slate of environmentally focused programming under the Festival’s New Climate program, which is very cool and I’m excited for that addition. Here are a few films that have really peaked my curiosity: Brigsby Bear – Starring Kyle Mooney, written by Mooney and Kevin Costello. Produced by The Lonely Island guys and directed by David McCary. Oh, did I mention...

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THE WALKING DEAD Recap: (S07E06) Swear

The Walking Dead has shown us several different communities of survivors, but all have one thing in common.  They will do whatever it takes to survive. Tara (Alanna Masterson) and Heath (Corey B. Hawkins) left the group to scavenge for supplies and food.  This was the same day that Rick’s group raided Negan’s outpost and killed everyone inside.  Tara and Heath haven’t found much in their search.  Heath is getting discouraged. Tara remains optimistic that they will find something. The duo find a small abandoned settlement on a bridge. There is a sand truck in the middle of everything. Tara finds a duffel bag stuck in the sand. She tries to pull the bag out and the sand collapses. Walkers climb out from under the sand. Heath and Tara fight off the walkers. They get separated and Tara falls over the railing of the bridge into a stream below. Tara’s body is found washed ashore by two girls, practicing their walker killing skills.  The younger girl wants to kill Tara, but older girl, Cyndie (Sydney Park) won’t let her.  Cyndie moves Tara into the shade and they leave her.  Cyndie returns  to give Tara water and food. Tara wakes up and see Cyndie leaving.  She gets up to follows Cyndie.  Cyndie leads Tara to a small community of women.  There are literally no men in this camp.  The are young children playing...

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MURDOCH MYSTERIES Rewatch: (S01E07) Body Double

“It’s called a kinetoscope!” Detective Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) says, as Inspector Brackenreid (Thomas Craig) readies to leave Station House 4. The officers excitedly crowd around the new fangled invention. Brackenreid, on the other hand, is an efficiando of the theater. “Shakespere is playing at the Grand!” Brackenreid says, hurrying from the office. Brackenreid sits through Macbeth, riveted by the action on stage. However, murder seems to follow the men of Station House 4. As the play reaches it’s climax, a body falls through the ceiling, nearly crushing an actress in mid-monologue. Dr. Julia Ogden (Helene Joy) and Detective Murdoch arrive quickly. As she looks...

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Lucifer Recap (S02E08): “Trip to Stabby Town”

Previously on Lucifer: Lucifer (Tom Ellis) and Chloe (Lauren German) work through some substantial Daddy issues. While the opening credits roll, we see a normal day on the beach. A woman (Lisa Chandler) rides through the pleasant summer scenes, enjoying the California sunshine. The moment of peace is immediately shattered as she is knocked off her bike by a hooded figure. He chases her through the crowd, tackling her. She barely has time to mumble “It’s you!” before the murderer stabs her repeatedly. Since we last saw Lucifer, he had broken Dr. Martin (Rachael Harris). As a result, they’re attempting to fix their relationship. While Lucifer talks,...

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The Big Bang Theory Recap: (S10E04) The Cohabitation Experimentation

Sheldon and Amy’s relationship is such a breath of fresh air. Think about it: where else on TV are you seeing two non-supermodel scientists who are intellectual equals dedicated to their successful careers and in a committed romantic relationship without having steamy sex all the time? Every episode that focuses on them both delights me and makes me love Mayim Bialik more. (And I do love her. She is rad.) In this episode of The Big Bang Theory, “The Cohabitation Experimentation,” Amy has had a plumbing problem at her apartment and she needs to find somewhere else to stay for five weeks. Leonard and...

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Movie Review – THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN

SEVEN OUT OF SEVEN The Magnificent Seven Review by Nick Hemming The Movie Guys Over the weekend, I saw Antoine Fuqua’s remake of The Magnificent Seven. Admittedly, I have never seen its predecessor, or its predecessor’s predecessor, for that matter (seriously, this movie has been re-made twice now; South Park is definitely on point with this season’s “Member Berries”); however, I can’t imagine either being as much fun as this one. From the tremendously played cast, to the quippy, well-penned script, Fuqua’s vision really fires on all cylinders. We open on the town of Rose Creek, a small village...

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