Here are some of the most recent!Read More
If you ever saw Pet Sematary, you might remember a bit of advice given to Louis Creed by his neighbor Jud Crandall: “Sometimes dead is better.” Crandall was trying to warn Creed about the dangers of using the “sour” ground of the Pet Sematary to bring the dead back to life, but I find that it’s just as applicable to many kinds of resurrection, especially when it comes to attempts to bring back cancelled or concluded television programs.Read More
As 2013 crawls ever closer to completion, the first handful of “Years’ Best” lists are starting to make their appearances. Website TorrentFreak just released their list of 2013’s most pirated television programs. We’re not advocating or supporting piracy in any way with this or any article, but putting that aside it appears that we can learn many things from the list, among them that geeky television shows are highly valued commodities in the murky world of online piracy. Check out the top ten:Read More
Every month for more than ten years, bestselling author Terry Brooks has accepted questions from his fans via his website and answered five of them.
In that spirit, I thought it would be fun to post his questions and answers here, broadening the scope of questions that come into his website. Click through to find his August answers from questions sent into the website in July 2013—yes, we are a bit behind—and how to submit your own questions for Ask Terry Brooks!Read More
I’ve been hearing rumors about possible “Star Wars” television programs for years, and with the exception of the “Clone Wars” series, I’ve not seen anything develop from them, so forgive me if I’m not quite reader to bet the farm on this one:
Suvudu Star Wars contributor Eric Geller brings you a roundup of Star Wars news from June 26 – July 3, 2013.Read More
Great news for my fellow fans of The X-Files: A twentieth anniversary panel scheduled for this year’s San Diego Comic Con will bring together series creator Chris Carter, some of the show’s writers/producers including Vince Gilligan (Breaking Bad), and at least one of the show’s stars: Gillian Anderson. Will David Duchovny show? No one knows yet. I’d personally love to see Mitch Pileggi (”Walter Skinner”) and William B. Davis (Cigarette Smoking Man) in attendance, as well.Read More