Well. I’ve been flip-flopping on Nanami episodes as of late, and guess what? This latest episode makes me change my mind again, but also has me wondering about the extreme messed up psychology underpinning and deepening what could’ve been a much sillier show.
Chalk this up on the list of things I had absolutely no idea about–Maya Rudolph and Martin Short are collaborating on a new variety show!
We’re getting a Hoth play set from LEGO (and just in time for the weather to get nice again!). The Assault on Hoth playset (which includes toys, ships, snowtroopers and everything in between from Echo Base) is scheduled for release in April.
This could very well be the next level in cosplay crafting. Hasbro and Marvel are now going to be issuing a line of accessories that will complement any cosplay perfectly–and they won’t break the bank, either.
I knew I was going to go see Sisters. I love Amy Poehler and Tina Fey separately, but even more together, united in a bond of everlasting hilarity and power on-screen.
Okay, so we’re more than halfway through the revival of The X-Files–and I have to say, overall I’m feeling pretty good about how it’s going.
We’re big fans of everything Scott Kelly does–and all from space! From the tunes he listens to while floating around to his own personal version of Ghost Hunters, he’s finding plenty of ways to while away the hours up there.
New romantic comedy Portrait of a Serial Monogamist was released on DVD and VOD this week. Filmed and produced in Toronto, the comedy focuses on Elsie (comic actor Diane Flacks), a successful TV producer who ends relationships before her girlfriends can leave her.
Hollywood veteran Karen Allen has a filmography that any actor would be proud of. She’s headlined comedy classics such as Animal House and Scrooged, was part of the iconic Indiana Jones franchise, and starred in plenty of critical hits, including Starman and The Wanderers.
Last week Dark Hunter author Sherrilyn Kenyon filed a lawsuit against YA novelist Cassandra Clare alleging “trademark infringement, copyright infringement, unfair competition, false advertising, and trade dress infringement.” Clare is known for her Shadowhunters franchise, comprising, among other things, two series of novels, the 2013 movie The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, and now a Shadowhunters TV series airing on Netlix in the UK and ABC Family in the U.S..
Chances are, if you travel in feminist film-loving circles, you’ve probably heard about producer Ross Putman’s awesome Twitter feed @femscriptintros, where he posts the introductions to female characters in the scripts he receives.
A computer-destroying virus can really put a damper on your workday. Unless you want to leave work early.
Russia wants to save the world. Apparently they read that one report that said we’re more likely to get hit by an asteroid than we originally thought and wanted to come up with a solution.
HBO just released the trailer for Confirmation, a movie starring Kerry Washing as Anita Hill, the attorney who, in 1991, testified in Senate that Clarence Thomas, her supervisor and U.S.
The BBC and AMC collaboration is an adaption of John Le Carré The Night Manager into a suspenseful mini-series.
The 6th Annual Athena Film Festival, a festival to highlight works by women filmmakers and stories about women, is next week at Barnard.
I couldn’t help but nod my head last month as I read this piece on gender representation in Warhammer 40K.
Emma Thompson spoke to On Demand Entertainment about how important things like the Evening Standard’s British Film Awards are, because they shine a spotlight on their national industry skill at crafting mid-budget “proper, grown-up dramas.” The conversation turned briefly to the worldwide diversity conversation happening in the film now, and she had a very unusual solution regarding the “old, white men” that make up much of the Academy.
The Power Puff Girls (’90s R&B version) – Saturday Morning Slo…Remember “The Power Puff Girls” theme song?
When you find yourself traveling abroad frequently, you’ve probably missed a few things from back home.