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Crackle’s Supermansion Special Drag Me To Halloween Is An Epic Fun Run Through Horror Movie Nostalgia

Crackle’s Supermansion Special Drag Me To Halloween Is An Epic Fun Run Through Horror Movie Nostalgia

I’m sure they’ll look back on this and laugh… The new special, which airs Oct 5th, features fantastic nods to our favourite horror movies with League Of Freedom shenanigans thrown in to balance things out. It’s a stroll through “Memory Lane” with a whole lot of WTF’s thrown in.   As Halloween graces our hero’s mansion, Titanium Rex (voiced by Bryan Cranston) again tiredly reminds everyone as to just how awful the holiday is, to which everyone respectfully tells him […]

Season Two Of Crackles Super Mansion Is Just Flat Out Fantastic

Season Two Of Crackles Super Mansion Is Just Flat Out Fantastic

Stop motion animation at some of its finest With Season Two in full swing, and the glow of two Prime Time Emmy noms still fresh on their minds, Supermansion has hit the ground running with hilarious results. The original series sporting an all star cast is a wonderfully guilty pleasure that combines brilliant stop motion animation, over the top characters,  and genuinely fun story lines that leave you wanting more. The new season begins with our hopelessly inept heroes trying […]

WGN’s Outsiders Season Two Pits Old Ways Against Progress With Mixed Results

WGN’s Outsiders Season Two Pits Old Ways Against Progress With Mixed Results

“No one is above the law, and no one is below it”  Theodore Roosevelt certainly had a way with words. Season two finds the Ferrell clan in utter turmoil. G’Winveer is granted the title of “Bren-in” or new leader of the clan in light of Big Foster’s absence, and finds herself struggling to lead with the confidence needed in the wake of the ever growing conflict between the “losties” (locals) and the Ferrells. From the other side of the mountain […]

Metal Life review: Rock N Roll Inventions series episode 1

Metal Life review: Rock N Roll Inventions series episode 1

A new Smithsonian Channel series is about to make some noise as some of the biggest names from the recording industry break out their drumsticks, synthesizers, and everything in between to explain the technology and innovations that have provided the soundtrack to our lives. The new six-episode series, ROCK’N’ROLL INVENTIONS premieres Monday, January 16 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. The series kicks off with ROCK’N’ROLL INVENTIONS: THIS DAMN MUSIC and looks at wind-up gramophones, 78rpm shellac records, vinyl singles, the transistor […]

Season Three Of Salem Is Everything You Ever Wanted And More

Season Three Of Salem Is Everything You Ever Wanted And More

Oliver Bell as the Dark Lord Season three of Salem is the best one to date. We get to dive even further into the fall of Mary Sibley, the reapperance of John Alden, and the shaping of Armageddon. Fans are in for one hell of a ride. New alliances are formed as things begin to really fall apart in Salem, most of which hinges on the ever growing war outside the town involving the French colonists and Native Americans against […]

UK’s Jack And Dean Of All Trades- A Show Of Wit, Wisdom, and Temps

UK’s Jack And Dean Of All Trades- A Show Of Wit, Wisdom, and Temps

  The United Kingdom is all too familiar with the comedy stylings of Jack Howard and Dean Dobbs, but in Jack and Dean Of All Trades, fans get to see a different dynamic at play between the two. The shows sees characters “Jack” and “Dean” as two best friends trying to earn a living by working through a temporary employment agency, with hilarious results. Between the awful temp jobs, awkward family relationships, and the faking of someone’s death to get […]

Review: Constantine ‘Saints of Last Resort’ Not Enough

Review: Constantine ‘Saints of Last Resort’ Not Enough

Our media world has been so saturated by more than a plethora of supernatural television shows that I probably would have advised NBC to not go through with this series at all. In this day and age, there are so many stations whose claim-to-fame has been by taking the horror genres to new levels of cinematography, character development, and strong thematic storylines. Constantine’s segmented finale Saints of Last Resort falls incredibly short of the remarkable standards of wit, horror, and […]