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Back to TV’s Roots


Lately, television networks have flocked to remakes and reboots. Read More »

The Trouble With Football

Football needs to stop cutting into better shows, at least until DVR technology improves. Read More »

Movie Review: Until They are Home

The historical footage in the film creates one of those experiences from which you’d like to look away, but can’t. Read More »

Music Review: Kasabian – Velociraptor!

Kasabian prove they are about more than just weird album titles. Read More »

Brendan Wayne on Cowboys & Aliens, his Career, and his Grandfather John

Brendan Wayne Interview Read More »

TV Review: Hawaii Five-0 – “Ne Me’e Laua Na Paio”

Hawaii Five-) is pretty good, when it isn't so concerned with being a procedural. Read More »

TV Review: Terriers – Yet Another Quirky Crime Show?

Terriers delivers a great main character, but threatens to succumb to "it's all been done before." Read More »

Book Review: CSI: An Insider’s Guide to the TV Phenomenon by Titan Books

Touch upon the spirit of CSI and revisit its last ten seasons. Read More »

DVD Review: SciQ: The Complete Box Set

The science of learning (and the learning of science) made fun! Read More »

Book Review: You Can’t Stop Me by Max Allan Collins and Matthew Clemens

When the Messenger killed J.C. Harrow's wife and son six years ago, he created an unstoppable avenger. Read More »