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Anticipating Fall’s Primetime Season: An Abundance of Genre Riches

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One thing I have to say: the primetime schedule is full of great genre promise with both new and returning series on network television. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Billy Moon’ by Douglas Lain

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A magical realist novel that delves into the strange world of dreams and expectations for a few characters in 1968. Read More »

LA Film Fest: ‘My Stolen Revolution’

Nahid Persson Sarvestani, creator of My Stolen Revolution

Nahid Persson Sarvestani's very personal film about the aftermath and consequences of the 1979 Iranian revolution. Read More »

Warner Bros TV Announces Plans for Comic-Con International 2013

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WBTV previews their Comic-Con programming. Read More »

Book Review: Desperate Sons: Samuel Adams, Patrick Henry, John Hancock, and the Secret Bands of Radicals Who Led the Colonies to War by Les Standiford

Go back in history and view the beginning of the American Revolution through the eyes of its participants. Read More »

My 2013 Television Wish List

My wishes, hopes and dreams for the coming year in television: a commentary. Read More »

Interview: Revolution‘s Christopher Lennertz

The musical mastermind behind Kripke's new show Revolution chats about music and storytelling. Read More »

TV Review: Revolution Premieres Next Monday on NBC

Where were you when the lights went out? New science fiction series Revolution premieres on NBC Monday night. Watch a sneak peek here. Read More »

The Aura of St. Petersburg

Indulging in St. Petersburg's unique aura of culture and history. Read More »

Egyptian Revolution, Reloaded

Back to square one, Tahrir Square, because sometimes one revolution isn't enough. Read More »