First of all, it sucks that they released this movie to only certain theaters, but luckily we live in a location that is surrounded by three different AMC theaters – so we had no issue seeing it.
I think it would be safe to say that if you have enjoyed the other four Paranormal Activities in this story [excluding The Marked Ones] you should also enjoy this installment; which is the final installment. Making this an excellent choice for a theater Halloween movie this year, if you haven’t gone to see it already. Continue reading This Week We Watched The ‘Final’ Installment of Paranormal Activity – Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension (2015)
I loved the first season so much I was ecstatic when they announced it was renewed for a second season. This show was such fun to watch I wished it were on every day!
If you have yet to watch the first season of The Librarians, or are hankering for a re-watch of season one there will be a marathon happening this weekend before the premiere of season two.
Season two of The Librarians is slated to consist of 10 episodes starting Sunday November 1st with a 2 hour premiere at 8/7c. Continue reading What’s On This Weekend: The Librarians On TNT
Don’t miss the Season 5 premiere tonight 9/8c on NBC!
Nick’s fury is heating things up with the season’s tag line “Vengeance rises from the ashes”
Here are the numerous previews that have been released for the new season: Continue reading What’s On Tonight: A Grimm Premiere on NBC
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I have wanted to watch Casper all week, but on the bigger TV, and the boyfriend hasn’t been into the idea of watching the friendly ghost. Well, I’m in luck tonight, and he has to be gone for extended hours, so I get free rein of the big TV for just enough time to watch a movie Continue reading When The Boyfriends Away, a Casper I Will Play
I little kitty told me that today [October 29th] is National Cat Day!
Well, to honor this holiday I would like to acknowledge some of the cats that have graced our Television screens, both animated and real. Continue reading National Cat Day: Cat’s of Television
The night has finally come! I will be counting down to 8 O’clock for this epic 2 hours of Television XD Tonight’s Bones episode titled “The Resurrection in the Remains” reads: A case involving a 200-year-old headless corpse gets some help from Ichabod Crane and FBI agent Abbie Mills, who travel from Sleepy Hollow to claim the body, but wonder what it has to do … Continue reading What’s On Tonight: Bones/Sleepy Hollow Crossover!
Well, that episode was definitely different from the norm, but not in a bad way. Continue reading Supernatural’s “Baby”
NBC has become the first broadcast network to start firming its midseason scheduling plans with a premiere date announcement for Shades Of Blue. The straight-to-series police drama starring Jennifer Lopez and Ray Liotta will debut Thursday, January 14 at 9 PM with a two-hour premiere episode directed by Barry Levinson. The show will then move to its regular 10 PM timeslot behind The Blacklist the following Thursday, January 21. … Continue reading Deadline: “Jennifer Lopez Drama ‘Shades Of Blue’ To Replace ‘The Player’ On NBC In January”
Three days before Ash vs. Evil Dead‘s Halloween launch, Starz has already renewed the comedic horror series for a 10-episode second season, TVLine has confirmed. Ash vs Evil Dead | official trailer Comic-Con 2015 Bruce Campbell As an extra tasty morsel of goodness, check out The Nerd Machine’s Picking Favorites Podcast with Ray Santiago of Ash vs. Evil Dead > Ray Santiago/Ash vs. Evil Dead: Picking … Continue reading Ash vs. Evil Dead Gets Early Season 2 Renewal
The Wicked City pilot was enthralling. I loved the way the pilot didn’t do what pilots commonly do – shove a load of information down your throat. Pilots too often attempt to give you a butt load of information about what’s going on, why it’s happening, and when that it is sometimes off-putting and annoying – thankfully this pilot didn’t do that. You got the gist of who was who, and what was what, just by the story playing out, and the great actors relaying it on screen.
The way the pilot played out was wonderful and satisfying, making you crave more. Continue reading Wicked City Was Killer!