In this video after the jump, you'll get the feels from several shows at once, as it shows you the first frame and last frame of some popular TV shows. *NOTE: I hadn't ever watched several of these shows, but didn't consider the images spoilers. Be that as it may, use your own judgement. Read no further if you don't want descriptions of the endings of Mad Men, Lost, or Breaking Bad*Read More
Samuel L. Jackson has bestowed iconic status on several lines from movies he's starred in, such as Pulp Fiction (and, okay, we'll also give him Snakes on a Plane). Now, on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, he tries his hand at some of the most famous lines in film history--and definitely puts his own spin on things.Read More
NBC's finally making some forward progress with their Xena reboot.Read More
*Stirs the shit*
You deserve everything you get, True Blood and elderly Ted.Read More
Though I will defend the Lost finale TO THE DEATH.
I love Damon Lindelof. I loved Lost (yes, even the ending), I will always love his giving Wolverine a panda spirit guide, and while I stopped watching The Leftovers after the third episode because WTF, I'm going to give it another whirl. That said, Lindelof recently said something about people who stop watching shows that doesn't sit well with me as a writer, a critic, or as a person who reserves the right to like or not like whatever the hell I want.Read More
I mean, both have lighthouses, right?
Netflix is adding another supernatural original series to its roster! Montauk, created by brothers Matt and Ross Duffer (Hidden, Wayward Pines), is an eight-episode series set in 1980 in Montauk, the easternmost point on Long Island, NY.Read More
Plus Lex Luthor and Wonder Woman's boyfriend might also have parts...
I mean, I would pretty much take Mr. Eko in any role, but this is extra cool.Read More
Eat your heart out, Salty Bet.
Fighting games are very difficult to master, but I'd be okay with losing every single match I ever if it meant I got to play as Daenerys Targeryen, Princess Momonoke, or the Soup Nazi. Dorkly has more where that came from, including fanart, fan-made games, and even concept art for real games that never ended up getting made.Read More
Things We Saw Today: SNL Takes On The Force Awakens, Reminds Us Han, Luke, & Leia Are A Little Elderly
Spry old people, though!
Somehow I'm kind of doubting this is how it's gonna go down in the movie.Read More
Except Jim O'Heir. Damn it, Jerry.
Ladies and gentle-beings, there is a dangerous epidemic plaguing our Internet-surfing young people. It is called "binge-watching," and in addition to potentially shaving years off your life, it also makes Chris Pratt, Alyson Hannigan, and Kate Mulgrew sad. You don't want to make them sad, do you?Read More
Muster the Rohirrim!
Silverglass19 (aka Liz) on Deviantart is really, really good at drawing ponies. I'm not talking MLP style, either, though those also take a lot of skill most of us don't have -- I mean anatomically correct horses you feel like you could totally ride. Not that the heir to Isildur would let you just jump on his back all willy nilly, though. He would totally show you the meaning of "hell no" if you tried to pull that stunt.Read More
Things We Saw Today
Things We Saw Today
Hey, there are still people out there who liked the LOST finale! I think?
Earlier in the week, we told you that LOST creator Damon Lindelof had been receiving some pretty terrible hate in the wake of the widely-acclaimed Breaking Bad series finale. In a guest column for The Hollywood Reporter, Lindelof just wants you to know: he doesn't care what you think about the LOST finale any more. He. Is. Over it.Read More
Not sure if he agrees, or just trolling.
Unless you live in an internet-less cavern (if so, how are you reading this, magical being?), you probably know that Breaking Bad ended last night. People were so pleased with the outcome of AMC's epic show that they celebrated in the best way the internet knows how: by hating on someone else. This time, it was LOST creator Damon Lindelof.Read More
"Oh, yeah, the smoke monster, totally going to be resolved in the first few episodes."
Love it or hate it, LOST was a game-changer in the world of television. Expensive to shoot, filmed in Hawaii, incredibly serialized, and often completely nonsensical, it's amazing that in the current TV landscape, a network looked at the premise for the show and said, "That's a great idea! Let's do it!" Well, as it turns out: that never happened.Read More
Vital Information for Your Everyday Life
In a lot of ways, Netflix is changing television.
The concept of watching a bunch of episodes of a TV show at once is either called 'binge-watching' or 'marathoning' the show. Those terms describe two ways of looking at something that's becoming increasingly common thanks to DVDs, DVRs, and online streaming. Is it a binge? An ugly, messy, yet addictive experience in consumption? Or is it a marathon? A long, arduous undertaking that you're proud of afterward? Netflix arguably shifted things further towards marathoning with the release of Arrested Development.Read More
It's been nearly three years since we last loved, hated, and argued with our moms about Lost, but all that time still hasn't let the various plots and implications of the story sink in. Thanks to Santiago Ortiz, we have this interactive guide, complete with detailed map and index, of everything we could possibly want to know about Lost, and how it all relates to each other.Read More