TV Shows Are Dropping Like Flies! Moment of Silence for Caprica.

In what seems to be one of the most lackluster TV seasons in recent memory, it’s not surprising that shows are suffering from low ratings and being outright canceled. Regardless of quality, even well-regarded shows are getting the axe. Thus far the casualties of this season are: – 18 to Life – 100 Questions – … Continue reading

Movie Review: The Social Network

Quite a few biopics that have been released in recent years have suffered from an excess of melodrama and exaggerated depictions of factual events. While, David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin have not exactly broken this trend, they deliver a fine piece of work that doesn’t feel too typically Hollwood. The Social Network, which boasts a … Continue reading

Glee: Transvestites, Gold Lamé and Camp. It’s Rocky Horror, Glee Style!

As someone who LOVES The Rocky Horror Picture Show and grew up a big fan of the movie, the stage production, and the midnight showings, I went into this episode of Glee very skeptical. It didn’t help that I heard the songs a week early due to the two week delay in the episode. After … Continue reading

Why Does Gossip Girl Makes Me Feel Like I Have Bipolar Disorder?

I really can’t take Gossip Girl. I started out watching the show because I had a teenage obsession with the Cecily von Ziegesar book series of the same title…which the show is supposedly based on. I’m not gonna sit here and discuss how badly the TV show has veered off of the books’ storyline. Here … Continue reading

RHOA: Phaedra Truly is the WORST!

I’m sorry y’all, I have to start this blog by discussing Phaedra’s complete lack of understanding. For her to be a lawyer she has a LOT to learn about respect. She obviously does NOT respect her husband. How did I come to this conclusion? I am bi-racial. My mother is white and my father black. … Continue reading

Fringe: Altered States of America

I was watching Fringe recently and thought about the on-screen weirdness that permeates the series. I thought about how most people view the show and think of it mainly as the next iteration of X-Files-ish storytelling, but realized the vast differences between the two. Without getting into the complexities of it all, let’s just say … Continue reading

Glee: The New Directions didn’t go breakin’ my heart tonight!

Looks like Glee is back to its regularly scheduled programming, and its refreshing. I’ve missed the competition within the New Directions. I actually prefer it over their competitions against other schools. Who cares about other schools? I want to find out more about these kids and what better way to accomplish that than watching how … Continue reading

RHOA: Is anyone on this show ever going to keep it real?

    It’s only been two weeks and yet I feel like already I’ve been with the Atlanta ladies for a few months already. Anyone else? I also feel like I know Phaedra, inside and out. I’ve met chicks like her before, mostly industry chicks. They deal with a few celebrities, hang with a few … Continue reading

Delicious Serial: Longform Storytelling on the Tube

Television has grown up in the last few years. It’s not a stretch to say that we’re living in a ‘Golden Age’ of sorts, in terms of quality TV. Almost every facet of production has risen to a level rivaling that of major motion pictures. After all, big thoughts require big wallets. The writing of … Continue reading

Glee: Bruce Springsteen, NSYNC, Baz Luhrmann and Gay Teen Suicide?

So, on top of looking forward to Gwyneth Paltrow and more of John Stamos, here are some exciting new rumors: Rumor has it, ex-*NSYNC’ers Joey Fatone and Lance Bass are campaigning for inclusion in a future episode. I mean they blew our minds with an ALL Britney episode, so OBVIOUSLY they should do an episode … Continue reading