Tag Archive: television

Why Pendleton Ward Is Probably Insane: a note about Adventure Time.

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This journey behind the looking-glass is brought to you by Hedge. I love animation. I’m a big fan of The Clone Wars animated series, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and Transformers in… Continue reading

Top 10 TV Shows That Were Stupidly Cancelled

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It’s not often that television producers are willing to take a risk with a new, unique or unorthodox property. One the few occasions that they do push ahead with something unfamiliar they run… Continue reading

Top 10 ‘Community’ Episodes

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D’ya want to know what’s great? Community. It’s one of the smartest and funniest TV shows doing the rounds. It works not just as a sitcom but as a brilliant satire on current… Continue reading

The Many Deaths of Kenny McCormick

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Go anywhere there’s a gathering a pop culture affeciandos and say,”Oh my god they killed Kenny!” and you will be most likely greeted with the sound of, “You bastards.” Over the past 15… Continue reading

The New ‘Sherlock Holmes’ May be the Worst Thing Ever

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For a while I knew what the worst thing ever made for television was. It was the U.S. remake of Spaced. For those unfamiliar with Spaced (shame on you) it is an immensely… Continue reading

DVD REVIEW: Veronica Mars – Season One

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By Appa the Gypsy Veronica Mars is seriously amazing. If you’ve never seen an episode, then I am instructing you to get the hell off this webpage and go watch it. Watch ALL… Continue reading

Slam Adams’ Top 10 Best X-Files Episodes

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The X-Files was a cultural phenomenon. It was one of the rare occasions where something that represented geek so well struck big with the general audience. The show has been off the air for… Continue reading

You Need To Meet Their Mother. Right Now.

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The week that the House of Geekery launched coincided with the seventh season of ‘How I Met Your Mother’ starting. At the time I wrote an article about why they needed to start… Continue reading

Five Genre Series Worth A Look

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Do what Hedgehog tells you to. Because shut up, that’s why. The Genre Show. Never has a title so vague been applied to something so specific. 2011 was a really good year for… Continue reading

Derpy Hooves vs The People

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He’s a tale of internet and media drama that is currently unfolding. It involves rampant fandom, over-zealous parents, social networking, censorship and ponies. Just to get things established, the ponies in question are… Continue reading