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Beware the Postman! The dog doo is about to hit the fan at Miss Robichaux’s School of Screw-Ups. In episode 8, someone delivered a package to Fiona. Well the good news is Delphine is now home with her fellow witchy poos. The bad news; she left something behind, like a body. Remind me never to piss off the Voodoo Queen. Crazy Joan gives nasty enemas and there’s a hit man in the hood, but with Misty around; nothing stays dead for very long. How will Fiona handle this mess? Find out after the jump.
Supposedly this is the one. The producers are saying that tonight’s “The Bridge” is the episode of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” that puts it all together, all the subplots that have been running throughout start to make sense. Did they pull it off? We’ll see tonight as Agent Coulson recruits Mike Peterson, from the series pilot, to take on the evil mystery of Centipede. Join me, after the jump, for my thoughts on “The Bridge,” the show’s mid-season finale.
Secrets were revealed last episode, but we are left with a mystery. Ichabod has a son! Yes, my little sleepy heads, a bouncy baby boy, but Katrina forgot to mention this little gem during her ghostly appearances to Ichabod. Abbie got the scoop on the birth through a vision while saving a socialite from a possessed tree. It might have been a rabid Ent. So, now we are left with oodles of questions. Will Ichabod learn the fate of his son? Why did Katrina keep the boy secret? Who will be the newest creature of the week? Find out after the jump. Read the rest of this entry
I love being a part of the Biff Bam Pop! family and working for Andy Burns, I’ve had the opportunity to interview the most interesting people. Lane Garrison is playing the part of Clyde’s brother (Emile Hirsch), Buck Barrow, on December 8th and 9th as part of the Sony Television two night special with the History, A&E, and Lifetime simulcast of “Bonnie and Clyde” with Emile Hirsch and Holliday Grainger in the lead roles. Find out about Lane Garrison’s role after the jump.
The Avengers are no strangers to time travel or timeborn threats, but this time they face not only the might of the sinister Doctor Doom, but also a timeline tampered with to make Doom master of the world, and the Avengers never formed. Find out what happens, along with me, when I review this week’s episode of “Marvel’s Avengers Assemble” – “Planet Doom,” after the jump.
The series probably, if not one of the best made for television, is certainly one of the most watched and critically acclaimed. I’m talking about the multiple award winning “Breaking Bad.” Just in time for the holidays, a special edition packaging of the complete series has been released, excellent fodder for the Biff Bam Pop! Holiday Gift Guide, and a terrific gift for the television connoisseur on your list. Check it out, after the jump.
We all know about Bonnie & Clyde, the notorious outlaws from the Depression era who were young, in love, and ruthless criminals. Director Bruce Beresford (Driving Miss Daisy) is taking on the task of telling their story in a four hour, two night, TV event which will be aired on three different channels simultaneously: History, Lifetime and A&E. The miniseries starring Emile Hirsch (Into The Wild) and Holliday Grainger (The Borgias) airs Sunday and Monday, and chronicles the events of their infamous crime spree in the early 1930s. Check out the trailer below and read on for a full review.
Last week’s episode was all about friends and their secrets. Dracula saved Renfield from the clutches of Browning’s torturers and he danced with Mina. But, did that little waltz around the room reveal a secret that can be used against him? Nothing gets past Ninja Jayne. Suspicions are growing; no one ever sees Grayson during the day. Will Van Helsing perfect the serum that will enable our little stud bunny to walk in the sun? Find out after the jump. Read the rest of this entry