TV

Feeling Bad For Villains When They Lose

I finished watching the first season of Once Upon a Time last weekend, and found it both entertaining and a great example of fully-formed villains. If you’ve never seen the show, it takes place in the fictional town of Storybrooke, where fairy tale characters, like Snow White and Red Riding Hood, live in our world […]

What’s So Great About Firefly? Part 1

Last Saturday I went to Comic Con and since it was my only day there, (would’ve gone the whole weekend if I could’ve gotten off work) I decided to try to get into the IGN theater where all the big panels are held. Of the many awesome ones I saw that afternoon, I was pretty […]

How Close Should TV Match The Book?

Over the weekend I read the latest issue of The Walking Dead comic and in the letters column, a fan basically said he wouldn’t be reading the book anymore. He blamed the TV show because to him, they weren’t separate entities. What happened in one, affected the other and the TV show had gone so […]

Hanging With Tiffany A White Today

I’m guesting at Tiffany’s for Tele-Tuesday today. I’ll be talking about why Person of Interest is waaaaay better than The Mentalist and what I think The Mentalist can do to improve.

Too Smart For Our Own Good

I was on Sonia Mederios’s blog yesterday reading How To Build A Zombie where she asked what the most believable explanation for zombies was. The question was brought on by another blog by Rafael Pinero called Zombies Don’t Work For Me. For Rafael, zombies require too great a suspension of disbelief to be entertaining. This […]