There has certainly been a lot of hype about J.J. Abrams new NBC series, Revolution. But after the disappointment that Alcatraz was, can the new series live up to being better? I’ve watched the pilot episode and I am happy to report that Revolution is not just watchable, but also entertaining. In fact, I think it has potential.
Please enjoy this guest post by Sheryl Steines, author of the action-packed urban fantasy, She Wulf. Then read on to learn how you can win huge prizes as part of this blog tour, including a Kindle Fire, $550 in Amazon gift cards, 5 autographed copies of She Wulf, and …
Although I once admitted to The Vampire Diaries being my guilty pleasure, I have to admit that I’ve gone sort of fan girl with the series. It is highly addctive, even if I still find it predictable and Elena a Mary Sue sort of character if ever there was one. But hey, I’m still going to watch it this season!
This review might be shorter than normal, probably because by the time you read this, I’ll be on a plane and going to Paris, France. You see, like the Doctor, I also like to travel. So it’s sort of appropriate that I post this while I’m doing just that, right?
Things are heating up on Warehouse 13. Not only do they have the usual artifact-hunting to deal with, but Artie is going to have to start coming clean about Brother Adrian and the Astrolabe.
This one is yet another find via Pinterest. Thank you, everyone, for posting photos of your animals as characters from geeky t.v., movies and comics. But this one, is a cat… with a ‘stache.
I just watched this clip and afterwards all I could say was “I KNEW IT!” Warning: This does sort of constitute as a spoiler, so if you don’t want to know about Bo’s parentage, do not watch this clip.
In case you’re not tired of that unintelligible voice of Bane’s from The Dark Knight Rises, Funny or Die has put together a hilarious new video. Imagine if Bane were a telemarketer played by Chris Kattan. But wait, you don’t have to imagine it, check out the video.
Inspector Spacetime himself (aka Travis Richey), along with the Optic Pocketknife creator Brian Uiga, has been nice enough to let me interview them about the upcoming web series.
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