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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Harry Potter and the Crouch Family Tragedy

Reading the Harry Potter series of books to my children at bedtime has been an immense joy for me. My son was a tiny infant when Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix was released. Just like Harry arrived on the doorstep of the Dursleys, my copy arrived on my doorstep on an early, misty […]


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We Explain the Batman v Superman Dream Sequence

What does the ‘Batman v Superman’ Dream Sequence Mean?

What the hell was going on in that Batman v Superman dream sequence? Some Background Stan Lee has made it his business to let the general public know that he created the Hulk, Iron Man, Thor, the Fantastic Four, Daredevil, basically the entire Marvel stable of heroes (except Wolverine and the Guardians of the Galaxy). […]


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Gerard Butler at the premiere of 'Gods of Egypt'

Gerard Butler Movies: Critics vs. Box Office

Gerard Butler movies fall into one of two categories: critical successes or box office hits. Rarely, in his career, has Gerard Butler starred in a movie that scored with critics and audiences alike. The most successful Gerard Butler movies have been action movies, romantic comedies, or animated films. I’ve heard, or read, more than one critic […]


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Black Sails Cast

‘Black Sails’ Cast Kicks Back on Social Media

The Black Sails cast likes to play as hard in real life as their characters do. Whether they’re promoting their show or kicking back on vacation, the Black Sails cast is happy to share their casual moments on Instagram and Twitter. Toby Stephens Toby Stephens plays Captain Flint, a former Naval officer who was disgraced and betrayed. Stephens was […]


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10 Once Upon a Time Characters We Love to Hate

The Once Upon a Time characters are the reason fans keep tuning in. The stories have twists and turns, sure, but it’s the characters we love, and love to hate. Most of the Once Upon a Time characters are based on fairy tale or Disney characters. Lately, they’re even based on myths and legends. Regardless of […]


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Robot Love

Love Your Robot Day Gaining Popularity

Have you heard of Love Your Robot Day? No, neither had I, until I received a press release announcing that February 7 is Love Your Robot Day. At first I though, but I don’t have a robot. Then I though, what about my Roomba? It’s kind of a robot. What about our remote-controlled helicopters and […]


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Bagpipe player on top of a hill in Scotland

Burns Night Explained for ‘Outlander’ Fans

Outlander fans, especially fans of Sam Heughan, should know that January 25 is Burns Night. Burns Night celebrates Scotland’s most famous poet, Robert Burns. On Burns’ birthday, Scots and those who love all things-Scottish, celebrate Burns’ life and works by raising a glass, joining in song and reciting his favorite poems at Burns suppers and readings. […]


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‘Supergirl’ / ‘Parks and Recreation’ Crossover

Look! There on the TV! It’s a Perd! It’s redundancy! It’s Perd Hapley! Supergirl is a new show about a young woman, Kara Danvers, an illegal alien, who is coming into her own. Once a bumbling assistant who couldn’t even get a hot coffee right, now she’s gaining confidence by punching aliens until they lose consciousness! […]


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"Stronger Together" -- When Kara's attempts to help National City don't go according to plan, she must put aside the doubts that she -- and the city's media -- has about her abilities in order to capture an escapee from the Kryptonian prison, Fort Rozz, when SUPERGIRL moves to its regular time period, Monday, Nov. 2 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Pictured left to right: Melissa Benoist and Chyler Leigh Photo: Cliff Lipson/CBS ©2015 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Why We Need Superheroes We Can Identify With

I have always been drawn to superheroes, especially ones who have super strength of some kind or excellent fighting abilities. I’m sure there’s some kind of psychological label that could be applied to my interest in superheroes, but I don’t care; I just like them. But something happens, however, when I watch a female superhero […]


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Marvel's Agents of SHIELD 4,722 Hours

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. “4,722 Hours”: Who Was That?

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. “4,722 Hours” prompted me to write the geekiest article I’ve ever written. Sure, sure. I know. I write about geeky things, from Daredevil reviews, to my thoughts on the latest Batman comics. Sometimes I even talk about why Elvis was the greatest living being in the history of civilization. So this isn’t […]


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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince / CR: Scholastic

Harry Potter, Dumbledore and the Resurrection Stone

The Deathly Hallows fascinated Dumbledore. The Resurrection Stone, the Elder Wand, and the Cloak of Invisibility. He was lucky enough to use all three in his long life. Let’s take a look, however, at just the Resurrection Stone. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince isn’t my favorite book in the Harry Potter series for a […]


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Stephen Amell: 5 Things You Don’t Know About the Star of Arrow

Stephen Amell became instantly famous when the first poster for Arrow was released by the CW. There he was, brooding and shirtless. You couldn’t pick up an issue of Entertainment Weekly for weeks without seeing his abs somewhere on their pages. Then Arrow premiered in fall of 2012 and Stephen Amell earned cred for more than just […]


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Battlestar Galactica

Top 5 Turning Points in ‘Battlestar Galactica’

It’s hard to believe it’s been 6 years since the series finale of the re-imagined Battlestar Galatica faded to black, but I have been thinking about that series lately and how it was just the right show for its time.  The mini-series aired in December 2003 and season 1 began in the fall of 2004.  We […]


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2005 FOX TCA: Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell answer questions from the television critics during the PRISON BREAK session at the FOX's Summer Press Tour Friday, July 29 at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, CA. ª©2005 FOX BROADCASTING COMPANY. Cr: Ray Mickshaw/FOX

Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell are Having a Moment

Really, Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell are having more than a moment. Let me catch you up. First, Dominic Purcell starred in a short-lived (but terribly interesting) drama on FOX called John Doe. Purcell played the titular character, who washed up somewhere with a bad case of amnesia about his identity, but who could solve crimes […]


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Jamie and Claire in 'The Wedding' on Outlander / Starz

Share an ‘Outlander’ Wedding Quote

I can say, with a fair amount of certainty, that “The Wedding” is the most-watched episode of Outlander. “The Wedding” is a favorite of many Outlander fans, not only for its steamy scenes, but also because it’s the first step Jamie and Claire take on a long journey together. My favorite quote from that episode is “It […]


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‘Game of Thrones’ Check-in and Predictions

Sometimes I wonder if my wife– the beautiful Kelly– knows how much I love Game of Thrones, how much I think about it, trying to predict what will happen, lamenting the lost characters, accidentally quoting Syrio Forel. So how has this season been? Awesome. Does anyone else feel like Dany became a thousand times more […]


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Outlander

10 Best Outlander Gifs Since Season 1 Returned

Outlander gifs are a lot of fun. It’s a way to re-run your favorite moments from special episodes. You can post Outlander gifs on your blog, or share them on social media. The second half of Outlander Season 1 returned with a doozy of an episode, “The Reckoning,” which was a turning point in Claire and Jamie’s relationship. […]


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I’m Loving the Songs on Amazon Prime Playlists

I’ve been an Amazon Prime member for years. But Amazon Prime playlists are next level! Let me back up just a smidge. Years and years ago, when Amazon was a quirky website that sold books almost exclusively (remember those days?) I decided to go Prime. I already did a lot of my shopping on Amazon. […]


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Todd Alan Crain is Having a Moment

You’ve probably seen actor Todd Alan Crain on TV, but you didn’t know his name. He’s guest-starred in high profile TV shows, like Broad City and Orange is the New Black. He’s also appeared in scads of commercials. He’s a funny guy with an amazing baritone voice. After this interview, you’ll be searching for him every time […]


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Throwing Rocks at the Return of ‘Twin Peaks’

Twin Peaks is a fondly remembered 1990 show that asked the question, who killed princess Laura Palmer and did her secret, tawdry life play into her shocking small town murder? Does the Log Lady know something? Agent Cooper is having dreams about a little person in a red room! Why is Donna sneaking around with […]


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