Entourage: Fame Is More Fun With Your Friends

Drama, Movies, TV - 4 years ago by Chris

The Entourage movie is finally here. It’s been four years since the show ended and the speculation about a movie spinoff was going on even when the last season was on air. It has taken a lot of time to bring it to the bring screen. So, does Entourage the read more

Exodus: Gods and Kings – a Bloated Mess

Movies, Reviews - 4 years ago by Chris

It is no secret that Ridley Scott has lost his powers. Whether it happened after Gladiator, or did he fool critics into praising his movies before that, but one thing is for sure: the guy can’t make a decent movie. The fact that he is almost an octogenarian doesn’t help read more

Sleepy Hollow episode 3: For the Triumph of Evil

Reviews, TV, TV - 5 years ago by Gabriel Najar

At 12:00 a.m. eastern time the federal government of the United States shutdown, but at 9:00 p.m. pacific time, west coast” sleepyheads” (yes, that’s a thing) caught the latest episode of Fox’s new critically acclaimed series Sleepy Hollow. With nonessential federal agencies shut down, you would think that they could read more

Review: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Action, Comics, Reviews, TV, TV - 5 years ago by Cheyton Jain

Marvel Cinematic Universe has crept into the medium of TV with Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D (@AgentsofSHIELD). Headed up by Joss Whedon, this is Marvel’s attempt to create a side story to the main Marvel movies, which will provide small-scale action not found in the flagship Marvel movies. While the pilot read more

“Sleepy Hollow” Episode 2 ‘Blood Moon’ Review

Fantasy, Reviews, TV, TV - 5 years ago by Gabriel Najar

Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci return—sans J.J. Abrams—to fill the paranormal void in Fox’s primetime schedule left after Fringe’s departure. The show’s premise is a revised version of Washington Irving’s The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. Instead of taking place in the mid-19th century, the show’s backdrop is contemporary Sleepy Hollow, read more