Seth Gilliam Talks Acting, The Walking Dead at Toronto Comic Con

by Jeff Fountainon March 22, 2018
Most of us know actor Seth Gilliam from his work on The Walking Dead as Father Gabriel Stokes but his excellent work in front of the camera began long before then. He garnered rave reviews for his work on the prison series Oz, then the highly acclaimed crime drama The Wire, where he played Ellis […]

Interview: John Wesley Shipp

by Jeff Fountainon March 22, 2018
Recently we had a chance to talk with John Wesley Shipp about his life as an actor and his second time around on The Flash during a media roundtable at Toronto Comic Con. The GCE: When you were first invited back to do The Flash did you have any reservations about jumping back into the […]


Review: The Walking Dead Introduces New People and Old Bad Habits in “The Key”

by Jeff Fountainon March 19, 2018
*SPOILERS AHEAD* This was a strange episode. There were two storylines that were tied into one another and another with brand new people involved. Weird cut scenes, strange staging in terms of action, horrible marksmanship and an annoying character rearing her head again. That being said, the episode itself wasn’t bad, just too many old […]

Your One-Stop Comic Book Men Season 7 Catch-Up

by Mel Burkeon March 12, 2018
Comic Book Men on AMC returned from its mid-season hiatus on February 25. Here’s what’s happened since: Episode 7 Rosario Dawson shows up and Walt doesn’t know who she is — despite having worked on Clerks 2 with her and her face being actually plastered across almost every Marvel Cinematic franchise in existence right now. […]


Review: The Walking Dead Returns to its Erratic Behavior in “Dead or Alive Or”

by Jeff Fountainon March 12, 2018
*SOME SPOILERS AHEAD* While I will say that this is now three good episodes in a row, a shocking development for The Walking Dead these days, “Dead or Alive Or” was a little off compared to the last two. Some annoying characters reared their ugly heads again, a few of whom could be killed off […]

Review: The Walking Dead Bores, Thrills and Disgusts in “The Lost and the Plunderers”

by Jeff Fountainon March 5, 2018
*SPOILERS AHEAD* Ok, I’m not a big fan of doing spoiler reviews, I do them time to time, but this week’s episode of The Walking Dead has some things that I just needed to talk about. Sure, there was a visit to a storyline the really needs to be disposed of but for the most […]


Review: The Walking Dead Returns with an Efficient and Emotional Episode in “Honor”

by Jeff Fountainon February 26, 2018
*SPOILERS AHEAD* We all knew it was the end for Carl after it was discovered he had been bitten in the last episode before the break. (Actually, if they had found a way to have him survive I would have been done with the show) With it being confirmed by Chandler Riggs himself and the […]

The Flash Review: A Very Underwhelming Return in “The Trial of the Flash”

by Jeff Fountainon January 17, 2018
I don’t know, I guess with a storyline like this, one in which everyone knows is going to end up with Barry Allen free somehow, the odds were stacked against it right from the beginning that it was going to be good. I held out hope though, clinging to the chance that the writers/showrunners had […]

Comic Book Men Season 7 Episode 6: In a Galaxy Very Nearby

by Mel Burkeon January 15, 2018
Ever wondered if C-3PO could pop a boner? Read on! In this episode of Comic Book Men, the crew at Secret Stash kicks things off discussing what their one Jedi Mind Trick would be. Ming said never having to wait in line, Mike said getting out of speeding tickets and Walt said convincing waiters they […]

Review: The X-Files “My Struggle III” is Disturbing and Dysfunctional

by Jeff Fountainon January 4, 2018
*SPOILERS AHEAD* Well, that was a bit creepy and disturbing. No, I’m not talking about the season eleven premiere, although I wish I was as The X-Files looks pretty tired and worn out. I’m talking about the big reveal from Cigarette Smoking Man at the end of the episode that while a bit surprising and […]