In last week’s episode of “Sleepy Hollow,” Henry died, witchy Katrina did a time travel spell and, accidentally dragged Abbie with her. Abbie is out of her element and in trouble, but Captain Crane doesn’t know her. Time flies, but except for the outstanding acting done by Tom Mison and Nicole Beharie, season two seemed to drag on and on. The show had a winning formula, but someone messed with it. Tonight, I hear, there’s going to be a lot of action and intrigue. Someone will die. Tonight is the season two finale. All my fellow sleepy heads and I are hoping there will be a season three. Read the rest of this entry
On last week’s episode of “Sleepy Hollow,” we met good ole Thomas Jefferson. Why was the writer of the Declaration of Independence and the third president of the United States hiding out in the sewers of Sleepy Hollow? He and his monster posse had important information for our dynamic duo. Too bad Ichabod and Abbie couldn’t save the books. This week we’re asked the question, “Who really cracked the Liberty Bell?” Our dynamic duo has to stop a coven of witches from gaining power. Which side will Katrina be on? Read the rest of this entry
Each week, one of Biff Bam Pop’s illustrious writers will delve into one of their favorite things. Perhaps it’s a movie or album they’ve carried with them for years. Maybe it’s something new that moved them and they think might move you too. Each week, a new subject, a new voice writing on… something they love.
I’ll be talking about Joss Whedon’s “Firefly” and its cinematic sequel Serenity. Meet me after the jump, for some of my favorite stuff.
While we have the week off from “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” and the rest of the world enjoys the finals of this season’s “Dancing with the Stars,” let’s sit back and reflect on what may be the big game changer on the show, and I’m not talking about dancing – I’m talking about the Inhumans. Meet me after the jump and we’ll explore the Inhumans and their connection to “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”
Biff Bam Pop! presents The GAR! Podcast, the Glenn Walker and Ray Cornwall weekly podcast where they talk unrehearsed about whatever happens to come to mind. It’s an audio-zine for your mind, a nerd exploration of a nerd world. This week the topic of discussion is that pesky upcoming movie from Fox, The Fantastic Four. Ray is a huge FF fan and recent reports and rumors of what to expect in this new film version of Marvel’s First Family have him climbing the walls. See and hear more after the jump.
I remember a certain nun from my seventh grade class at the Catholic school I attended that loved one of Washington Irving’s short stories so much she practically pranced around the room. Sister Margaret Mary was not a small woman and she sure as hell wasn’t prone to displaying anything resembling joy unless she was whacking our fingers with a ruler, but the week our classroom spent reading “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” Sister Margaret Mary was a happy camper. Looking back, I think Sister Margaret Mary may have been closet horror fan, but what would she think of Tim Burton’s version of the story? Grab your ruler and follow me. Read the rest of this entry
Biff Bam Pop! presents The GAR! Podcast, the Glenn Walker and Ray Cornwall weekly podcast where they talk unrehearsed about whatever happens to come to mind. It’s an audio-zine for your mind, a nerd exploration of a nerd world. This week, in honor of the Biff Bam Pop! celebration of Batman’s 75th anniversary, it’s our all-Batman episode! See and hear more after the jump.
The partnership between Disney and Marvel has been very good for everyone involved. Some of the best live action superhero comic book movies of all time have resulted. But now, Disney is digging a little deeper into the Marvel vaults for an animated feature. Meet me after the jump for the new trailer of Big Hero 6.
Fox’s “Sleepy Hollow” is a modern retelling of the Washington Irving’s “Legend of Sleepy Hollow” that did well for the network this year, and it’s coming back for seconds. Ichobod Crane has risen from his grave over two hundred years after killing the Headless Horseman, now with the terror revealed as one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, Crane and his present day companions must protect the world from the forces of Hell. For a peek at what happens next, meet me after the jump.
One of the most controversial elements of the “Doctor Who” mythos is the dreaded TV movie. Made by Fox with the cooperation of the BBC and Universal, and intended to spin off into an American TV series, the Doctor Who movie in 1996 starring Paul McGann is almost universally hated. Let’s find out why, and why now might be time to reconsider it, after the jump.