best tv of 2011

Normally I can’t wait to post my annual best tv list. After crossing the threshold with a tv marathon on New Year’s Eve (this year it was White Collar) it’s one of my favorite things to do. . . . → more

Event Horizon

There were a ton of new movie posters out this week which were all contenders for the picture of the week (The Amazing Spider-man, Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter, Hunger Games, and Prometheus – in case you missed any). But how could I resist . . . → more

the highs and lows of fantasy

I had this whole plan to write a post this month about December fantasy films because for years I’ve loved a good fantasy film in the winter. With the completion of the Harry Potter franchise . . . → more

100 hot guys – 2011

This year, more so even than years previous, I want to reorder Buddy TV’s annual TV’s 100 Sexiest Men list. But I will list the boys according to their . . . → more

Event Horizon

Artist Otis Frampton imagines for us what an animated series of BSG might look like.

He even had the decency to draw Helo. . . . → more

the feminism of breaking dawn

I’m almost done with Twilight. No, that’s not true. There’s going to be another movie next year and it’ll start again, but for now I’m almost done. . . . → more

Event Horizon

Picture of the week: Annnnnd we’re back to the Avengers. Because this picture is hilarious and timely. Joss Whedon is renowned for his portrayal of women as strong, interesting figures . . . → more

Joss vs JJ

I should have written this blog a year ago. Back then it was easy to delineate the merits of Joss Whedon and JJ Abrams as producers. Their body of work (and the behind the scenes stories of them) clearly showed characteristics of their . . . → more

Event Horizon

Immortals, of course, opens today. I’ve seen it but will hold my review until Monday when all the box office numbers are done. In other movie news, the premiere for Breaking Dawn part 1 is on Monday and fangirl fervor . . . → more

the darkness of heroes

Kel and I saw Captain America together and it ignited an interesting conversation about the darkness of heroes. Captain America first appeared in comics in 1941 and like Superman (who first appeared in 1938) . . . → more

        

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