The Iron Man Saga: The Evolution of Pepper Potts

She started out as the girl Tony Stark called on to take out the trash, but Pepper Potts has grown into one of the driving forces behind the “Iron Man” movie franchise. In the first installment, which made more than $98 million in its opening weekend, Gwyneth Paltrow played the character as strong, but still a More »

Syfy’s Brave New World: “Defiance”

If you haven’t heard about it, odds are you’ve been living under a rock or you just haven’t been paying attention (or you don’t watch TV). Syfy’s obnoxiously promoted new show, Defiance, is finally just around the corner. The post-apocalyptic series premieres this Monday, April 15, at 9/8c, and Syfy is really banking on this being More »

Watch Me: The Magical ‘Once’ Spinoff Everyone’s Excited About

Is it just me, or has television caught the spinoff sickness? This year and plans for future seasons seem riddled with prequels and spinoffs. There was Private Practice spawned from Grey’s Anatomy (yes, I think spawned is an appropriate word there). The Vampire Diaries writers are working on an Originals spinoff that will air its backdoor pilot April 25. Chicago More »

BBC America to Bring Us More Original Content

BBC America, once a network whose sole purpose was to air British content in the U.S. of A, has started growing into its own recently, producing scripted original content. It all started with the period police drama Copper, which is coming back for its second season in June. Then the network co-produced The Hour with BBC proper. More »

Bollywood Joins The Zombie Apocalypse

In global news, Indian filmmakers have decided to jump on the zombie craze that is sweeping the world like a plague – but a good plague, as far as I’m concerned. In an attempt to attract younger audiences, Bollywood is producing its first three Hindi zombie films: Rise of the Zombie (directed by Luke Kenny and More »


American Horror Story: Asylum Review

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Well, the second season of FX’s hit American Horror Story is officially over. After the first season of American Horror Story, I had such high hopes for Asylum. Unfortunately, I set my expectations too high, because this season just fell flat.


Fringe Finale: Fatherhood and Family

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I’ve watched Fringe since the beginning and I even survived the gawd-awful Season 3 Peter-sacrifice that caused him to be written out of reality only to be asserted back in, and have no one remember him. Though taking that out of the equation, I was pleased as punch with the following two seasons and I really enjoyed the series finale of Fringe. Also, it can be confusing if you haven’t seen any or all of the episodes. Just warning you.


Warm Bodies: The Romantic Side of Zombies

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A friend of mine recently introduced me to the Jonathan Levine film Warm Bodies, coming out on February 1st. When she first told me about the movie, I was skeptical. Based on the novel by Isaac Marion, the film follows one of the zombies that now populate the world as he struggles to connect with someone despite his living impairment.


Retro Review: X-Men Legends II: Rise Of Apocalypse

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Back in the long long ago (2004) I got a game from my sister for Christmas. That little gem was the original X-Men legends. To say I got lost in it would be an understatement, as it became the only thing I would play for a few months. To give you some perspective, this was also during my times with The Sims, Final Fantasy IX, Chrono Cross, and Soul Caliber II, so it had some stiff competition.


A Bunch Of Cool Animation News, From WB’s Think Tank, 365 New Heroes, & Geek Industry Trends

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We happened across a number of cool stories today about various animated projects, and thought we’d just update on all of them at once. Cause that’s how we roll.

Warner Bros. Starts Think Tank Devoted To New Animated Features


Happy New Year from Corpse Loot! Here’s to hitting Stage 2013!

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12 Apocalypse Films To Ride The Natural Disaster/Meteor/Zombies/Aliens/Demons/Nuclear Fallout/WWIII Through To The End

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Ah apocalypse. There’s nothing like an apocalypse that brings people together, especially during the holidays.


Star Wars Celebration VI: Luke Freakin Skywalker…I Mean Mark Hamill…No, I Mean The Joker!

True story.