Tag Archive: television

Greatest Twilight Zone Episodes Ever

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Submitted for your approval, a television series forty years ago which forever changed the genre; The Twilight Zone. Created by noted writer Rod Serling to express profound social commentary and disguise it as mere science… Continue reading

Top 10 Television Intro Sequences

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To say that TV producers put a lot of time into the opening sequences for a television show is an understatement. This isn’t just a station ID or a buffer between scenes, but… Continue reading

‘Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop’ Review

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A SLAMADAM review. Director: Rodman Flander Starring: Conan O’Brien Plot:  After leaving his position as “The Tonight Show,” Conan O’Brien was contractually obligated not to appear on radio or television for nine months. In… Continue reading

Review: Doctor Who Season 6

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by DARKNITE Oh yes there will be spoilers Head writer Stephen Moffat knew that with close to fifty years that people are familiar with, that he had to begin the latest cult hit… Continue reading

Booster Gold Heading to TV

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SyFy channel has recently ordered scripts for a Booster Gold TV series. This comes way of producer Greg Berlanti (“No Ordinary Family”) and writer Andrew Keisberg (“Fringe”). For those who don’t know, Booster… Continue reading

10 Actors Who Would Make An Interesting Doctor Who

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At the time of writing The Doctor has gone through eleven incarnations and remains one of the most iconic characters in pop culture. Even people who have never seen the show can at… Continue reading

‘Arrested Development’ OFFICIALLY Returns!

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After five long years, Fox have finally acknowledged that cancelling the low rating, critically acclaimed show after constant fan support, escalating DVD sales and many, many rumours. Jason Batemand and Michael Cera reaching… Continue reading

Who’s The Best Batman?

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Michael Keaton: Best Batman the Man Batman (1989), Batman Returns (1992) Michael Keaton was the original and he brought the most humanity to the character of Batman. He was the man you wanted… Continue reading

‘Community’ Already Under the Axe?

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Remember when The Big Bang Theory was a little known sitcom with a dedicated viewership before it exploded into mainstream popularity which cemented it’s place on television for years to come. The third… Continue reading

‘Where’s the Doctor’ Book

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So I was walking past the bookshop during my lunch break today. Usually when passing by the bookshop I try not to look because it often leads to all the money flying out… Continue reading