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Arrow Review: Revenge and Death in the Season Finale “Lian Yu”

by Jeff Fountainon May 25, 2017
*SPOILERS AHEAD* While the ending wasn’t really that big of a cliffhanger (I’ll come back to that) the episode itself was a lot of fun. Lots of familiar characters, some we haven’t seen for a while, great fight scenes, personal one on one verbal confrontations and with any luck, the end to the flashbacks for […]

Flash Review: “Finish Line” a Satisfying Way to End Season Three

by Jeff Fountainon May 24, 2017
*SPOILERS AHEAD* As much as Iris’s character has annoyed me over the first three seasons, I knew she had to still be alive to keep Barry from going over to the dark side, possibly for good. How they pulled this off wasn’t too surprising but it was done well, however, the big moment came with […]


Wonder Woman Day Announced to Launch Niagara Falls Comic Con!

by Jeff Fountainon May 23, 2017
NIAGARA FALLS COMIC CON AND NIAGARA PARKS COMMISSION CELEBRATE UPCOMING FILM WITH FIREWORK DISPLAY, BUILDING PROJECTION, AND EXCLUSIVE FAN EXPERIENCE!  TORONTO, CANADA, May 23, 2017 – Yesterday evening, two giant sparkling “W” s shot high above Niagara Falls among bursts of red, blue and gold colors during the popular Victoria Day Firework celebration. The themed […]

Gotham Review: Crazy and Ludicrous Rule in “All Will Be Judged”

by Jeff Fountainon May 23, 2017
As season three begins to wind down, Gotham has some interesting story lines to deal with that will have a big impact on the overall tone of the show. However, in “All Will Be Judged”, the writers decided to take a mini time out from that to give us a few moments of head shaking […]


Interview: Bruce Davison

by Jeff Fountainon May 22, 2017
With over 240 acting credits to his name, Bruce Davison has had a long and successful career in the acting business, including work in such mainstream projects as X-Men and Seinfeld. Recently we had the chance to talk to Bruce about his career, the state of the acting world and his role in the sci-fi […]

Into the Badlands Review: A Ballet of Blood in “Wolf’s Breath, Dragon Fire”

by Jeff Fountainon May 21, 2017
*SPOILERS AHEAD* When Into the Badlands was renewed for a third season, and sixteen episodes no less, I wonder where the production of this season was at the time. Would a cancellation have changed the ending? Would they have left us hanging like they did or try and wrap things up? Regardless, the finale was […]


Interview: William B. Davis

by Jeff Fountainon May 20, 2017
Known to many as Cigarette Smoking Man from hit TV series The X-Files, William B. Davis has had a long career in theater, film, and television, both in front of and behind the camera. Recently we had a chance to talk to William about his long career, his iconic character in The X-Files and his thoughts […]

Arrow Review: Familiar Faces Return for the Showdown in “Missing”

by Jeff Fountainon May 19, 2017
*SPOILERS AHEAD* Well, I’ll say this much for Arrow, they sure know how to set up a finale. Hard to say at this point if they’ll deliver a great last episode for season five but man, they are pulling out all the stops. The chess pieces are all finally in place, now it’s time to […]

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The Flash Review: Death Comes Calling in “Infantino Street”

by Jeff Fountainon May 17, 2017
*SPOILERS AHEAD* Well, that was unexpected. Or was it? With one episode left in the season, Team Flash ran out of tricks and time and watched helplessly as Savitar killed Iris, just as predicted. Now, while this was unexpected, I made peace a long time ago with the fact that this show plays with the […]

Into the Badlands Review: Battle Lines Are Drawn in “Nightingale Sings No More”

by Jeff Fountainon May 15, 2017
*SPOILERS AHEAD* Even though the second last episode of a season is like arranging chess pieces for their final push, and that’s really what this was, “Nightingale Sings No More” was still a solid episode, full of great fight sequences, special effects, and some wonderful character developments. One of the bigger twists/reveals of the season […]