Playlist from Hell: Seven songs from the American Horror Story soundtrack

American Horror Story didn’t invent stylized horror, but damned if showrunners Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk don’t know how to create atmosphere better than anyone. Since AHS: Murder House (season 1) first aired in 2011, the horror anthology has produced some of the most twisted and bizarre moments to ever hit the small screen with a smashing, all-star cast. The […]

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The five most underappreciated TV shows of the last 10 years

Whether or not a television show can even be considered underrated anymore is debatable. There are as many critical sites as there are t.v. viewers, it seems, and unless a show is a universal stinker, the chances are good that someone will argue any given show’s virtues. Yet, a show can still be underappreciated by the at-large viewing public despite […]

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Movie Review: Justice League: Gods and Monsters

Justice League: Gods and Monsters Director: Sam Liu Writers: Bruce Timm and Alan Barnett Run Time: 72 Minutes Release Date: July 28th, 2015 Studio: Warner Brothers Home Video Penned and produced by fan-favorite Bruce Timm, Justice League: Gods and Monsters is a re-imagining of the beloved (and sometimes maligned) superhero super team as a darker, perhaps even unlawful, band of […]

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Movie Review: Marvel’s Ant-Man

Marvel Studios’ newest and tiniest superhero is here. The 12th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise, Ant-Man continues their winning formula. Without delving too deeply into cheesy clichés such as, “Ant-Man has big heart” or “Big surprises come in ‘small’ packages,” this movie should make a “small” fortune. Though not a very popular character, a “small” fish in a big pond […]

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TV Review: True Detective Season 2 [mild spoilers]

In fairness, anything following season one of True Detective [you might remember three TG staffers picked S1 as the best in television in 2014] was bound to be somewhat of a letdown. Harrelson’s portrayal of Marty Hart, a philandering but ultimately-on-the-side-of-good detective, might have been enough to halfway carry the show regardless of who was cast as his partner. But Matthew […]

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Marvel characters that need to be on TV/film: Part 2

As Netflix has just released the first of five new television series set in the Marvel cinematic universe, I began to think about other characters that are not currently featured in a film or television show and not currently in pre-production. This is my second part of a three-part series. (To find part one click HERE.)   Nova Richard Rider, also known […]

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Marvel characters that need to be on TV/film: Part 1

With Netflix’s recent release of the first of five new television series set in the Marvel cinematic universe, I began to think about other characters who aren’t currently featured in a film or television shows and those not currently in pre or post-production. My list does not discriminate between which film studios currently have the rights to characters. It’s just a simple […]

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Interview: TV comedy Sunny City/Shady People lampoons pop culture in an accurate Miami

Anyone living in South Florida can tell you that there really are two Miamis. There’s the one people see all the time on television—the one where every house has an ocean-side view, all the houses are either mansions or pastel art deco throwbacks, the roadways are clear for as far as the eye can see and everything—everything—looks like South Beach […]

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