Category Archives: TV
Dexter is probably my favourite still running TV show. Every season I’ve gotten worried they were going to drag it out too far and ruin it, but so far there’s always been something fresh and interesting and I’ve been left wanting more. It looks like they’re about to do it again.
This looks fucking awesome!
And, on top of that they’ve got Yvonne Strahovski, Ray Stevenson and Jason Gedrick this season!
Strahovski we obviously know as the delicious Miranda from Mass Effect. Stevenson kicked ass as Pulo in Rome and also as The Punisher in War Zone. And Gedrick starred in a ridiculous film I used to love as kid: Iron Eagle.…
GAME OF THRONES SEASON 2 TRAILER IS HERE.
For those of you who have yet to jump on the bandwagon, Game Of Thrones is what Lord Of The Rings would be if you took out the homoerotica and the over the top camera work. And I, for one, am excited for it’s return. Watch the Season 2 trailer here. You’re welcome.
With the current trend of adapting (and ruining) all of the television franchises I loved as a kid, THIS is how an 80′s cartoon adaptation should be done.
I feel kinda bad bumping our Podcast down on the main page to post something like this. But this seriously made me grin. Mostly cos of the song. But also, cos cartoons are rad.
With Game Of Thrones season one over, I felt a little tribute to its star Sean Bean was in order. So, ladies and gentlemen, I give you the many on-screen deaths of Sean Bean. WARNING: contains a fuckload of spoilers.
Ok, so I’m not about to editorialise this, having only seen the trailer.
All I’ll say is that its a new television series from Steven Spielberg and it looks like Steven has combined his two favorite subjects; science fiction, and dinosaurs; into one package of pure awesomeness.
You heard me. DINOSAURS.
Watch the trailer here. You’re welcome.…
The first episode of the new Mortal Kombat web series by Kevin Tancharoen is up.
And it. Is. Awesome.
This really raises the bar for web series as a whole. I assume it’s mostly because Warner Bros funded it, but the production values really dwarf anything that’s been done before. Compare this to the trailer for Dragon Age: Redemption that was released last month and you’ll see what I mean. Hopefully this series is successful enough that the studios see online content as viable, and we get more awesome stuff like this in future.