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The X-Files Miniseries Review (Episode 4- Home Again)

With a title card like Home Again, fans can be forgiven for believing that this episode is a direct descendant of the iconic Season 4. Alas, there are no inbred brethren around for Mulder and Scully to play around with. 427 more words

FoxSports, A Gronk Lapdance And Slut-Shaming?

Nothing that takes place on a Fox network should surprise us anymore. But a lapdance by the Patriot’s Rob Gronkowski on the Fox sports reporter Julie Stewart-Binks has created a controversial discussion amongst sports reporters. 401 more words

Lucifer Recap: ""Lucifer, Stay. Good Devil."

This little known DC release, Lucifer, is a spin off from the very popular title The Sandman – written by Neil Gaiman. The comic series, which is under the Vertigo imprint, continues this character’s story arc within the wider DC universe – even meeting with John Constantine once! 544 more words

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TV BRIEF: GREASE: LIVE, ACS

BRIEFING

A Television Briefing for 1/31/16-2/4/16 – the week O.J. Simpson, Hillary Clinton and Danny Zuko were ever used in the same sentence. The best (blue) and worst (brown) performing programs of each night, Sunday thru Thursday, plus outstanding cable performers (green). 518 more words

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DEVELOPING

“You can’t just keep growing.” Media analyst Hal Vogel described the recent spur in layoffs at both 21st Century Fox and Yahoo! as such. This week, both media giants announced massive cuts to their overall business in an effort to consolidate and focus future efforts. 920 more words

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The X-Files Miniseries Review (Episode 3- Mulder and Scully Meet the Were-Monster)

The tone of this very offbeat, altogether splendid episode is in league with James Gunn and his Troma output. Two stoners are huffing paint fumes in the woods and musing about werewolves until a scaly creature with the texture of Lou Gossett Jr. 369 more words

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Lucifer Recap: "Pilot"

This little known DC release, Lucifer, is a spin off from the very popular title The Sandman – written by Neil Gaiman. The comic series, which is under the Vertigo imprint, continues this character’s story arc within the wider DC universe – even meeting with John Constantine once! 569 more words

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