by Niall McArdle Last night’s episode of The Walking Dead was the weakest of the season, feeling incomplete and scattered. Aptly titled “Crossed” it criss-crossed between four different locations and groups. The episode very much felt like the first half of a two-parter. It was low on action and high on tactics, as plans were […]Read more "The Walking Dead: Season 5, Episode 7 – “Crossed”"
In many ways, it’s an Agatha Christie novel up in the air, if Miss Marple was a 6’4″ gruff Irishman with a boxer’s nose and a certain growly charm.Read more "Non-Stop"
The new Blake Lively romantic fantasy drama The Age of Adaline looks to be aimed at people who really, really enjoyed the Colin Farrell romantic fantasy drama Winter’s Tale.Read more "The Age of Adaline"
We are rapidly approaching Peak Cocoa, according to both Mars and Callebaut (the two biggest chocolate-makers in the world.)Read more "We Are Approaching Peak Cocoa"
Legendary television producer and writer Glen A. Larson died on Sunday. Larson was responsible for some of the biggest hit shows of the 70s and 80s, including Quincy, M.E., Magnum P.I., Knightrider, McCloud and Battlestar Galactica.Read more "R.I.P: Glen A. Larson"
His name, of course, is no accident. He has locked his life down; he is something of a control freak, a careful man who probably plans every moment of his day, and who leaves nothing to chanceRead more "Locke"
I recently reported that Warner Bros is looking for a female director for Wonder Woman, and while that might seem a rather patronizing move – “hey, the hero’s a sexy chick; let’s get a chick to helm!” – now it seems the studio has found a wondrous woman indeed. Although there has been much speculation that it will […]Read more "Is Michelle MacLaren The Wondrous Woman Who Will Direct ‘Wonder Woman”? (UPDATED)"