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    Emmys: Breaking Bad dominates, Modern Family wins again

    For the second year running and for its final season, Breaking Bad won Outstanding Drama Series at the 66th Annual Emmy Awards. It virtually swept the awards in an especially stacked year, also picking up awards for Best Actor Bryan Cranston, Best Supporting Actress Anna Gunn, Best Supporting Actor Aaron Paul, and Best Writing for […] More

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    Moriarty: A Contemporary Monster

    “He [Professor Moriarty] is the Napoleon of crime, Watson. He is the organizer of half that is evil and of nearly all that is undedicated in this great city. He is a genius, a philosopher, an abstract thinker. He has a brain of the first order” -“The Final Problem” (1893) Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Professor […] More

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    The Televerse #125- Treme with Dave Walker

    There are still more television premieres to discuss on the podcast, with the midseason debuts continuing this week. First we take a look at the comedies, including the pilot of Looking, then the genre offerings, including the pilot of Black Sails and finale of Sleepy Hollow, and we finish up with the dramas, including the […] More

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    The Televerse #125- Treme with Dave Walker

    There are still more television premieres to discuss on the podcast, with the midseason debuts continuing this week. First we take a look at the comedies, including the pilot of Looking, then the genre offerings, including the pilot of Black Sails and finale of Sleepy Hollow, and we finish up with the dramas, including the […] More

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    Sherlock, Ep. 3.03, “His Last Vow”: Holmes keeps his promise

    There has been a lot of development since last week’s heartwarming episode. “The Sign of Three” divided fans and critics alike, as most commented on the change of tone, its overindulgent sentimentality, and lack of mystery. But it nonetheless nicely set the stage for the showdown between our eponymous hero and his most challenging adversary to date. More

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    Recommended Reading: Armond White attacks Steve McQueen, Run Run Shaw, ‘Frozen at the Box Office and more

    Jane Campion Named Jury President For 67th Cannes Film Festival. Legendary Producer Run Run Shaw Dies at 106. Mighty 7 Creator Stan Lee on Launching a New Superhero Franchise and His First Starring Role. 12 Years a Slave Director Steve McQueen Heckled at New York Critics Circle Awards by Armond White. Frozen Nearly Matches Staying […] More

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    Sherlock, Ep.3.02, “The Sign of Three”: the most heartfelt episode of all three seasons

    Sherlock, Season 3, Episode 2, “The Sign of Three” Directed by Colm McCarthy Written by Steve Thompson Aired Sunday, 5th Jan 2014 on BBC1 Considering last week’s amazing episode, trying to top last week’s exciting season opener of Sherlock seems like a daunting task.  But co-creators Gatiss and Moffatt have taken a slightly different turn in the latest […] More

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    Sherlock, Ep. 3.01, “The Empty Hearse”: The mystery is solved

    Sherlock, Season 3, Episode 1, “The Empty Hearse” Directed by Jeremy Lovering Written by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffatt Aired Wednesday, 1st Jan 2014 on BBC1 It has been almost two years since Sherlock Holmes was seen faking his death, leaving his faithful companions John Watson and Mrs. Hudson to grieve his unfortunate passing.  In […] More

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    Four Current TV Shows That Should Get A Prequel Movie

    At the Edinburgh TV Festival, Neil Cross, the writer and creator of the popular BBC crime drama Luther, said that he is working on a screenplay for a film prequel to Luther. Idris Elba would return along with Warren Brown, Indira Varma, and Steve Mackintosh and the film would focus on Luther’s relationship with his wife Zoe, ending […] More

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    San Diego Comic Con 2013 News Breakdown: Day One

    With San Diego Comic Con now in full swing, it goes without saying that there will be an explosion of geek-related news coming out over the next few days. So much news in fact that it is virtually impossible to stay on top of it all. We’re not there, but we are keeping close tabs. […] More

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