Doctor Who finally returns for Season 8 on Saturday, August 23, and will feature the debut of Peter Capaldi as the Twelfth Doctor! To celebrate, we’re doing a Doctor Who giveaway! Read on for all the details…
Violet recaps Season 2 Episode 9 of Defiance, titled Painted From Memory, where we find out the truth behind what happened to Kenya! Following the recap, both Violet and Josh share their thoughts on the episode.
Josh recaps Season 2 Episode 8 of Defiance, titled Slouching Towards Bethlehem, where Nolan is tasked to investigate a New York bomb threat, and Amanada finds out that Kenya is still alive! Following the recap, both Josh and Violet share their thoughts about the episode.
Violet recaps Season 2 Episode 7 of Defiance, titled If You Could See Her Through My Eyes, where someone is taking the eyes of Votans, and Irisa meets the man from her flashback! Following the recap, both Violet and Josh share their thoughts on the episode.
Josh recaps Season 2 Episode 6 of Defiance, titled This Woman’s Work, where Nolan and Pottinger investigate an ark that crashes outside of town, and Stahma tries to start up a Castithan women’s movement! Following the recap, both Josh and Violet share their thoughts on the episode.
TNT premiered Legends last Wednesday, which if you have heard, stars Sean Bean, known for dying in many of the roles he takes. Appropriately, one of the hashtags for this show is #dontkillseanbean, so hopefully we won’t be seeing him die soon. We soon learn in the show, however, that Legends are deep, deep cover operatives, that are excellent at assuming other identities. Sean Bean’s character is one of these Legends, and boy does he give a great performance this first episode. Check out Josh’s episode recap of the pilot for Legends and both Josh and Violet’s thoughts after the jump!
Josh recaps Season 1 Episode 6 of The Leftovers, titled Guest, which revolves around Nora, and her job at the DSD. We learn she has some inner demons she is battling despite the calm exterior we have seen so far. But can Wayne help her out? Check out how those two connect in this week’s episode recap for The Leftovers!
This week’s episode of the The Last Ship is a big one! We learn about some information about the worldwide pandemic origins! Meanwhile, in the present, there is a stranded girl potentially immune to the virus that Chandler and his men set out to rescue. The Russians are not too far behind though. Will Dr. Scott get the breakthrough she needs? Check out Josh’s recap on SOS and see! Let’s get started on The Last Ship recap!
Violet recaps Season 1 Episode 5 of The Leftovers, titled Gladys, where Gladys, a member of the Guilty Remnant, is kidnapped, and Kevin has to deal with the fallout! Meanwhile, Patti takes Laurie on a little field trip. Following the recap, both Violet and Josh share their thoughts on the episode.
Josh recaps Season 1 Episode 4 of The Leftovers, where it is Christmas time and the baby Jesus has gone missing from its manger, so Chief Garvey is on the hunt for the missing baby! Meanwhile, the Guilty Remnant seemingly are up to no good. Let’s see what else is going on in this week’s episode of The Leftovers recap.
Violet recaps Season 1 Episode 6 of The Last Ship, titled Lockdown, where one of the crewmembers comes down with an illness that might be the virus! Following the recap, both Violet and Josh share their thoughts on the episode.
Josh recaps Season 1 Episode 5 of The Last Ship, where we meet another villain, and Chandler has to figure out how to deal with him while not sacrificing the mission–collecting monkeys for Dr. Scott. Scott seems ever closer to a cure, but the Russians are trying to hunt them down. Let’s see what is going on with the crew of Nathan James this episode!
Violet recaps Season 2 Episode 5 of Defiance, titled Put the Damage On, where Datak tries to become part of the family again. Meanwhile, there’s a whole lot of hallucinating going on. Following the recap, both Violet and Josh share their thoughts on the episode.
Josh recaps this episode of Defiance, which has a rogue group of men terrorizing an E-Rep convoy, and the mayor isn’t going to stand for it. Stahma also isn’t going to take Datak’s re-entry into their home lying down. Nolan, in the meantime, is conflicted as to how to handle a certain law situation. A lot of stuff going on this episode! What did you think of it? Check out Violet and Josh’s thoughts below!
Violet recaps Season 2 Episode 3 of Defiance, titled The Cord and the Ax, where Bertie goes missing, and Nolan suspects Irisa is involved, while Pottinger makes a deal with Dr. Yewll. Following the recap, both Violet and Josh share their thoughts on the episode.
The final panel that Violet and I saw all the way through in Hall H was for the Fox show The Following. For those unfamiliar, it is a show starring Kevin Bacon (Footloose and more contemporary X-Men: First Class), and Shawn Ashmore (most notable for his role as Ice Man in several of the X-Men films). The moderator for the panel was Damian Holbrook from TV Guide.
Josh and Violet bring you their spoiler-free male vs. female perspective reviews of the disaster flick Into the Storm, directed by Steven Quale, and starring Richard Armitage and Sarah Wayne Callies!
Your favorite “Heroes in a Half Shell” are back! The new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was directed by Jonathan Liebesmann, and stars our favorite four mutant turtles. The film marks another reboot of a beloved 80s/90s movie. So how did Mr. Leibesmann do? Check out Violet and Josh’s spoiler-free reviews below. Also, let us know what you thought in the comments below! Oh, and in the mighty words of Micahelango, “Cowabunga, dude!”
Josh and Violet share their spoiler-free male vs. female perspective reviews of Guardians of the Galaxy, directed by James Gunn, and starring Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, and the voice talents of Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel! How did they each rate the film out of 10? Read on to find out!
Saturday’s Hall H lineup at Comic-Con was a lot of fun. Hall H-ers were able to say farewell to Tolkien Universe, with the final movie being released this winter (The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies), reintroduced to some old favorites with Mad Max coming back to the big screen, and learn more about the future of their favorite movie franchises, such as The Avengers: Age of Ultron and Godzilla 2. We got to see some of our favorite directors: Peter Jackson, George Miller, Gareth Edwards (via video message), and Guillermo Del Toro. We also got to see a lot of our favorite actors: Robert Downey Jr, Chris Hemsworth, Evangeline Lilly, Steve Amell, and so on. But I could not help but notice, there seemed to be a lingering void for Saturday. This could of course be because the schedule was so packed that studios couldn’t fit anymore in, but let’s talk about it and see what we think.
The first panel on Sunday, July 27 in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con was Supernatural, which airs on the CW Network. For this one, we were able to walk right into Hall H right before the panel started at 10:00am! Read on for our recap of this panel and to see our photo gallery!
Following The Boxtrolls panel in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday, July 26 was the panel for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, which took place 2:50pm-3:50pm. Read on to find out more about this prequel to the first Sin City film!
Now that we’ve had a week to reflect upon Comic-Con, it is time to evaluate the panels, and see which ones were worth the wait, and which ones could possibly use some improvements. We decided to pick our top three panels, one panel that was surprisingly good, and one panel that was disappointing this year.
As many of this year’s Hall H’ers are aware, Comic-Con decided that they wanted to try something new out this year, to hopefully make the line process a smoother one. The big question is, was it a positive or negative experience? I should preface this article: I appreciate Comic-Con trying to make the line experiences more manageable. It is a very difficult job to do, when you have thousands of diehard fans lining up insanely early to see panels that are two days away. This article is intended to shine some light on the positive and negative experiences this new policy had.
Not able to make to to San Diego Comic-Con this year but wish you could have? Or maybe you did go and want more swag to commemorate the event, or didn’t get around to getting an official SDCC 2014 T-shirt? Well look no further, you’ve come to the right place – we are giving away some exclusive SDCC items! Read on for details on what’s included and how to enter.
The Marvel panel took place at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday, July 26 from 5:30pm-6:30pm. This panel, for which many people lined up over 24 hours in advance to see, featured the films Ant-Man and Avengers: Age of Ultron. Read on for more details about the panel, and to view our photo gallery and some videos!
After Warner Bros. finished its panel in Hall H on Saturday, July 26, up next was the Legendary panel, featuring As Above So Below, Blackhat, Crimson Peak, Warcraft, and a couple other surprises. Read on for our recap of that panel, and to see our photo gallery!
Hall H on Saturday is the holy grail of Comic-Con. The “heavy hitters” of Comic-Con always have their panels in Hall H on Saturday. Comic-Con attendees know this well, and every year lines form the night before in order to obtain a coveted spot in Hall H. This year was no exception–attendees were lined up early on Friday, and there were enough people in line to fill the room before midnight Friday night.
Sadly, all Comic-Cons must come to an end, and that end for us was Sunday, July 27. It was a much shorter day than the others, but read on as we recap what we did for our last day at SDCC 2014!
We now continue the saga of our time at San Diego Comic-Con 2014 with a recap of our Saturday experience! Just a reminder that this is a brief overview, and we will have more pictures and details of the individual panels up soon. Read on for a recap of our Saturday at SDCC!