BBC America and BBC One have announced a new original drama titled “The Living and the Dead” that is being written by the writers and co-creators of another famous British drama “Life on Mars”. The series is slated for a 6 x 60′ timeslot and will take place in Somerset, England during 1888. The story […]
After my first review of this season, I got through episode 2 and because of vacations, conferences and bad timing. Wasn’t able to get caught up with Falling Skies until recently. I’ll say, I sure do feel a lot better about this show than my predictions after the season premiere. Now that we are in […]
Once again, a looong month has passed in waiting for another issue of The Walking Dead. I won’t include spoilers in this review…but it’s going to be real [email protected]&N! hard. The Walking Dead #129 Story By: Robert Kirkman Art By: Charlie Adlard Art By: Stefano Gaudiano Art By: Cliff Rathburn Cover By: Charlie Adlard […]
C.O.W.L. Writer: Kyle Higgins & Alec Siegel Artist: Rod Reis Publisher: Image Comics cover image via Imagecomics.com The beginning of this series starts mid-stride, with the action already underway. After a few pages of action, the story shifts down to “cop-drama” mode, and we get to listen to characters we barely know the name of […]
The Norway centered crime drama will be back for its third season later this year which is great news to those of us who can’t get enough of Netflix’s steady stream of great original content. The second season became available last month and I’m a good chunk of the way through it after <a href=”http://watchplayread.com/hemlock-grove-review-3/“>finishing […]
Rainn Wilson owns a special place in the hearts of the staff of WPR, especially for me thanks to the work he did with Tim and Eric, but for no other reason than the movie Super. A tragically underrated gem in the overhyped heyday of the superhero movie. Well thankfully Mr. Wilson will be starring […]
Something happens this week that even the character that it happens to can’t believe…
Walter White, arguably one of the finest characters that I’ve ever had the pleasure of watching on television in my entire life, finally tied everything together.
Following an episode as charged as last week’s show is impossible to do, but Kurt Sutter sure likes to try.
In a move that they claim to be responsible for how many people watched the mid-season premiere of Breaking Bad, AMC has decided to split the final season of their smash hit Mad Men into two seasons over a year’s time.
I cursed Mr. Gilligan’s name last episode of Breaking Bad due to him leaving us high and dry. I might have been better off not watching this week’s episode. Spoilers ahoy!
Kurt Sutter is a sick son of a bitch and I love him for it.
This time, it’s going to stay dead according to AMC.
Last year, Vince Gilligan thought it would be a good idea to leave the wanting audience with one of the largest cliffhangers in television history. The amount of story lust gave many TV blueballs for nearly a year. No longer, Breaking Bad is back…and holy crap.
The Company You Keep is a fictional drama based on a real group called The Weathermen, or The Weather Underground. The Weathermen was an extremist “liberal” group that was strongly against the Vietnam War. They set off bombs at government buildings, banks, the Pentagon and even at their own houses. The latter being an accident, […]