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Doctor Who: The Power of the Daleks

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We have been given a very cool early Christmas present this year from the folks at Doctor Who. For the last few weeks on BBC America, and some time ago in select theaters, a new animation of a classic lost series of The Doctor battling the Daleks was created from surviving audio of the episodes. For the first time in fifty years, we can witness “The Power of the Daleks,” meet me after the jump for my review.

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Guardians of the Galaxy S01 E14: Don’t Stop Believin’

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One thing I have enjoyed about “Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy” animated series is the clever way the episode titles have also been the titles of classic rock tunes. With The Bride being such a huge Journey junkie, you can imagine this episode in particular was must-see television in our household. Meet me after the hyperspace jump for my thoughts on “Don’t Stop Believin’.”

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Twin Peaks S02 E19: Variations on Relations

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On the last episode of “Twin Peaks,” Cooper, Audrey and Gordon fell in love and, Andy went spelunking. What does the Owl Cave have to do with Project Blue Book or with the Black Lodge? The answers might be hidden in the strange petroglyphs at the Owl Cave. Read the rest of this entry

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. S02 E14: Love in the Time of Hydra

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When a vast espionage organization like S.H.I.E.L.D. is fragmented from within, as they were when Hydra revealed themselves in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, there can be many splinter groups. Just because the former leader Nick Fury hands you the keys and says you’re in charge, it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s true. Poor Agent Coulson. Meet the new S.H.I.E.L.D., watch Ward and Agent 33 going steady as a bonus, and see my thoughts on “Love in the Time of Hydra” after the jump.

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31 Days of Horror 2014 with Drew Nelson of “The Strain,” Part Two

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I love being one of the senior writers on Biff Bam Pop!, I get to interview such interesting people. I left off on Part One of my interview with Drew Nelson, who played Matt Sayles on FX’s hit vampire show, asking him what it was like to live and die on “The Strain.” We’ll pick up from there. Read the rest of this entry

Which New Release Took Down The Hunger Games – The Lucky One or Think Like A Man? Biff Bam Pop’s Box Office Wrap-Up Report, Weekend of April 20th, 2012

After four weeks at the top of the box office, The Hunger Games was finally toppled. But which new release managed the feat – the ensemble film Think Like A Man or the Zac Efron/Nicholas Sparks film The Lucky One? Find out after the jump!

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The Hunger Games Scores Four In A Row, The Three Stooges Surprise, The Cabin In The Woods Fumbles – Biff Bam Pop’s Box Office Wrap-Up Report, Weekend of April 13th, 2012

Apparently North America is still hungry for The Hunger Games, as the film managed top the box office for the fourth weekend in a row. In the meantime, The Three Stooges reboot managed to perform better than expected, while The Cabin In The Woods didn’t scare up as much business as predicted. Here’s how the weekend turned out:

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