After months of waiting, Teen Wolf is finally coming back for the last time. We’ve only got 10 more episodes left in Beacon Hills.
Comic Con equals epic trailers. Take a wild guess at what this post is going to cover?
What makes a great TV show? Compelling drama? Good actors? Excellent source material? While those may all be true, for me, the heart of the show really boils down to the characters. If they’re believable, if I can grow with them, and how their relationships are with each other.
I love me a good love triangle in TV, books and film so in honour of Valentine’s Day week (yes I’ve turned it into a week) I thought I’d look at those love triangles that didn’t quite go my way.
This is honestly my favourite time of the year, and that’s because of Comic Con – a magical time in my life that allows me to geek out hard with fellow like-minded nerds.
I recently discovered that the Archie Comics are coming to the CW in the form of a new show called Riverdale.
I was frolicking on the good ol’ web, and stumbled across MTV Fora’s dream cast for Sailor Moon. I showed my sister who immediately lost her mind and demanded that I try to make a better one. Alright. Challenged accepted.
Do you ever find that there are certain characters that just steal the show away from the main one? I often get lost in the story of the side character and find myself wishing for more. If you agree, check out my top 10 countdown of the best TV characters that deserve their own spin-off… Continue reading TV Characters Who Deserve Their Own Spin-Off
A great title sequence hints at the shows context and keeps you begging for more. I’ve decided to dig into those TV intros that did just that for me.
I like to imagine artists coming together for one amazing mash up song. And while it has been known to happen on an occasion or two (I’m looking at you The Weeknd and Lana Del Rey!), there’s an entire list of people that I think the beautiful Lana Del Rey should 100% collab with!