Created by journalist and comic book writer Cole Haddon in his first TV endeavor, and run by the genius behind “Carnivale” Daniel Knauf, NBC’s “Dracula” was one of the shows of the new season I was looking forward to. A steampunk version of Dracula on the small screen sounds so intriguing, let’s see how it actually holds up.
Well, it’s back! “Sleepy Hollow” has returned to Fox with a new episode and, hopefully, better plots. I’m hoping to see more of our pesky headless horseman, and after the last episode, I’m wondering if Ichabod went shopping for newer threads. Will we see some action tonight? I certainly hope so. Meet me after the jump.
Well, my little blood suckers, last week’s episode of “Dracula” revealed a few surprising secrets; Van Helsing (Thomas Kretschmann) and Dracula (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) are comrades working to bring down the powerful petroleum mega rich men who belong to the Order of the Dragon; Dracula does not sparkle, but he is sexy! And who is the one really doing the seducing, Lady Jane or Dracula? Find out after the jump.
I must have died and gone to heaven! The networks, this fall, are returning with some old and trusted favorites along with some new and exciting horror shows. Our illustrious leader, Andy Burns (knowing that I’m coo-coo for everything scary) asked me to review two new shows; “Sleepy Hollow” on Fox and “Dracula” on NBC, along with my weekly review of “The Walking Dead.” What was my reply, you might ask, my little zombie snacks? Find out after the jump.
I have two questions! Why didn’t Jason shoot Sarah and where the hell did Eric fly off to? This is no time to leave the party, my little stud muffin. Bill is acting like Mr. Hero, as he leads the rescued vamps home, but it was Eric who really saved the day. Arlene has to stop marrying men with issues. And, I’ve had enough funerals to last for a while; let’s concentrate on weddings, instead. Will Sookie and Warlow tie the knot? Will Eric return to save the day? Let’s find out together after the jump. Read the rest of this entry
They’re dropping fasting than flies and sleazy politicians. Yes, my little bloodsuckers; another one bit the dust; poor Lady Nora. Eric’s sister was given tainted blood, and Bililith would not help her. What else happened in episode seven? Plenty: Alcide is in big wolf doodoo with his pack; Bill is now able to walk in the sun; Jessica may have found true love. But the real star of episode 07 was the ever tyrannical Sarah Newlin. Not only did she step right into the Governor’s shoes, but she demonstrated to friend and foe alike, why women make better leaders. To disagree with Sarah means a trip to the feeding tank. Will Sarah run for President in 2016? I hope she does, Congress needs some ass kicking, but until then, let’s find out what’s happening in good old Bon Temps. Read the rest of this entry
Sometimes things are not what they seem. Sometimes you need to see both sides of a situation before knowing the truth. Such is the case in #TRUTHINJOURNALISM, a short film produced by Adi Shankar and Sam Balcomb, written and directed by Joe Lynch, and starring Ryan Kwanten of HBO’s “True Blood.”
Holy rolling heads! My phone was ringing off the wall after people read my post of last week’s episode, on Biff Bam Pop! I have lots of friends and family who are ardent followers of “True Blood,” and my little blood suckers were all chattering about the latest events in Bon Temps. Did Bill finally find his… how can I put this in a nice way… mojo? Did Terry really bite the bullet? Is Sookie a vampire? Is Sarah the Wicked Witch of the West, reincarnated? Maybe, yes, not sure, and definitely, but let’s find out for sure after the jump. Read the rest of this entry