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The Makes and Breaks of "Shut Eye"

Shut Eye, much like its protagonists, is a show that doesn’t exactly know what it wants to be. A two season series commissioned by Hulu starring Jeffrey Donovan, Shut Eye features a glimpse into the life of a fraudulent psychic, who ends up experiencing real visions. 3,329 more words

Cult TV

Be (in) the Present

I’ve had so much trouble writing this. I must have started it three or four times. Whenever November rolls around, there are more than enough graphics, journaling prompts, and memes asking us what we’re grateful and thankful for. 757 more words


#Metoo And The Power of Social Media

A tidal wave has taken over the Internet. This Tsunami of voices using two simple words within a hashtag has been so strong that is has permeated even the traditional media outlets and impacted our justice system here in Québec. 692 more words

Lynn and Kim do PittCon - Part 3, Jared and Jensen Sunday!

Sunday at Pittcon was J2 day, as always. It would have been J3 day, except Jeffrey Dean Morgan wasn’t able to come. Though I guess it was still J3 day, since Jim Beaver filled in for him last minute. 3,774 more words


August 12: Happy Birthday Pat Metheny and Sam Fuller

We have had a number of greats of rock guitar as headliners in the past 12 months, so how about a jazz guitar legend.

Pat Metheny… 1,249 more words

Celebrity Birthdays

All Along The Watchtower – Supernatural’s Season 12 Finale

I was so exuberant over Supernatural’s penultimate episode of the season that I went into the finale episode already an emotional wreck – in the very best of ways. 3,361 more words


10 Things I Learned at Planet Comicon 2017 & 15 Pieces of Advice for Future Convention Goers

I have now been to three pop culture/comic book conventions: Timmy Eddy, Dallas FanExpo and Planet Comicon in Kansas City, Missouri. Not to go all Goldilocks on you, but Timmy Eddy (a local Doctor Who convention enterting its 3rd year) is still too small, Dallas FanExpo is getting too big for its own good and Planet Comicon is just right, hitting a nice balance between marketable celebrities, creative vendors and walkable convention floors filled with plenty of quality cosplayers. 1,682 more words