Preacher Review: Season Two Premiere “On The Road” is a Blast From Start to Finish

by Jeff Fountainon June 26, 2017
Baby foreskins conversation, intestines for a hose, great catchy 80’s tune during a messy car chase and oh yes, one badass and pissed off cowboy from hell. Now that is how you do a premiere, and that was only in the first ten minutes. When we left off at the end of season one, Jesse (Dominic […]
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Fear the Walking Dead Review: Change is Coming in “Burning in Water, Drowning in Flame”

by Jeff Fountainon June 26, 2017
It was interesting to watch what seemed to be a simple, innocent beginning of an episode escalate and then the consequences of said beginning affect people in strange and captivating ways. While it did lag during one of the storylines overall it was a solid episode that laid some great groundwork for future plot arcs […]


Interview: Anthony Lemke

by Jeff Fountainon June 25, 2017
With a third season on the way of a hit TV show, bringing important awareness to a big problem as Canadian ambassador to Handicap International and working hard to find a permanent home for the performing arts community in his home town of Prince Edward County, Anthony Lemke is very busy and enjoying every single […]

Interview: Ian Colletti talks AMC’s Preacher

by Jeff Fountainon June 23, 2017
Recently we had the chance to talk with actor Ian Colletti who talked with us about AMC’s Preacher ahead of its return for season two. So what was it like auditioning for this role? Ian: Yeah, it was interesting. I wasn’t very familiar with the comics, this project so when I had a character called […]


Interview: Graham McTavish Talks All Things ‘Preacher’

by Jeff Fountainon June 23, 2017
Recently, we had a chance to talk with actor Graham McTavish who discussed his character The Saint of Killers as AMC prepares to launch season two of Preacher. So what was your reaction when you first read the script for Preacher? Graham: Oh well, listen, I was a huge fan of the books so I […]

The Mist Review: Horror, Not the Characters, Save the Pilot Episode

by Jeff Fountainon June 23, 2017
As I prepared to watch the pilot episode of Spike TV’s new adaptation of Stephen King’s The Mist, there were a few things that worried me. First and foremost, how horrific and gory was this really going to be on Spike, second, how will the characters come across and third, how were they going to […]


Comic of the Week: Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man

by Michael MacPhersonon June 22, 2017
With great power comes great responsibility. I am sure you have heard the line over and over again, in Spider-Man and throughout pop culture. It is very catchy and it can apply to just about anything beyond Spider-Man itself. Well beside the actual comic itself, this line can very aptly be applied to who actually […]
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Eternal Con is New York’s Newest Pride

by Laura Cerroneon June 19, 2017
In just under two weeks, cosplayers, collectors and rabid fans will descend upon New York to revel in a comic convention for the books. Now, we’re most certainly not talking about New York Comic Con, for that takes place in the fall.   Instead, we’re looking a bit more East and casting a light on […]


Fear the Walking Dead Review: A Slow Burn with Huge Rewards in “100”

by Jeff Fountainon June 19, 2017
No matter how good the character or story line, it’s always a risk when you deviate from the main thread that drives a show to tell a one-off type of tale or backstory. However, in “100” the writers told a great story about what Daniel has been up to, the trials and tribulations his character […]
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Sweeney Todd Meets Mad Max in SyFy’s Grindhouse ‘Blood Drive’

by Laura Cerroneon June 14, 2017
It is Sweeny Todd meets Mad Max in this high-octane SyFy pursuit. There’s fire, there’s rock and souped-up muscle cars that are gassed up on blood in this grindhouse endeavor. Blood Drive explores the gory underbelly of dystopian Los Angeles, where water is sparse (that’s not that far off), police enforcement is privatized, and life […]