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Take a look at what the Negan painting looks like. And the winner is …
Jaccendo and Cibarra’s Art want to give fans a chance to win one very cool prize: a Glow-in-the-Dark painting of The Walking Dead’s Negan.
Get ready for Season 7 with the launch of “Which Major Walking Dead Character Did Negan Kill?” contest.
The identity of Negan’s victim(s) will be revealed in the Season 7 premiere.
Could there be more than one victim? The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman addresses the rumours, “I don’t know that our audience is necessarily bloodthirsty enough to be wanting to hear that there’s another death.
“One death should be enough for this audience and one death will definitely have the affect that we’re looking for. It will certainly set the stage for a very exciting season.”
Netflix’s supernatural drama Stranger Things will return for a second season in 2017. This is hardly a surprise announcement considering how many fans and critics have positively responded to the 80’s nostalgia series.
Some interesting new details have emerged on the second season. What we know is that it will stay true to the tone and characters from the first season. At the same time, the focus is on thoughtfully expanding the world, including the addition of new multi-generational characters and a new dark force.
If you heard anything about the Netflix drama Stranger Things about a young boy in a small town disappearing under creepy, otherworldly circumstances, it puts your knowledge of 80’s films to the test by referencing everything from E.T. to Akira and cherry picking elements from classic Stephen King stories.
What is it about great time travel stories that are so popular? Everyone has their own personal favorites and reasons. I like how there’s so many ideas and ways that a story can be explored through time travel. It also captures my imagination seeing how directors and storytellers envision what the future has in store for humanity.
There are a tonne of time travel series going on right now. 12 Monkeys and Continuum are two different kinds of time travel shows. What they have in common is that they are both filmed in Canada and air on Syfy network.
The Leftovers (A Spoiler Free Overview)
Cast: Justin Theroux, Amy Brennerman, Carrie Coon, Christoper Eccleston, Liv Tyler, Margaret Qualley, Chris Zylka, Ann Dowd, Regina King, Kevin Carroll, Jovan Adepo, Janel Moloney
HBO’s The Leftovers is one of my favorite TV shows going on right now. I just finished binge watching the second season last week and can’t stop thinking about it. I want to share my experience of watching the show in a completely spoiler free way. I won’t go into too much detail, but I’ll try to give enough explanation so you can decide if it’s a show you might be into.
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 6 “Blood of My Blood”: How the High Sparrow is a Master Manipulator
Spoilers Ahead on Game Of Thrones S06E06
“Blood of my Blood” is a fitting episode title. Of course, it’s a direct reference to Dany’s speech to her Khalasar. It also relates to Sam’s kin and his new makeshift family of little Sam and Gilly even though they aren’t blood relatives. Family is a thread which also connects to Bran’s storyline where Uncle Benjen makes his return.
Wayward Pines Season 1 (A Spoiler Free Overview)
Cast: Matt Dillon, Carla Gugino, Toby Jones, Melissa Leo, Terrence Howard, Shannyn Sossamon, Juliette Lewis, Reed Diamond, Charlie Tahan, Hope Davis
The opening to Fox’s mystery thriller Wayward Pines is a close up shot of a man’s eye as he wakes up in a forest. Who is this man dressed in a business suit out in the middle of nowhere? What happened to him and where exactly is he? My immediate reaction is that it’s an homage to Lost which had the exact same opening. The difference between how Wayward Pines handles the mysteries compared to Lost is that it’s based on a novel series where the answers are already determined and not made up as the show goes along. Wayward Pines is originally conceived as an 10 episode mini-series so there’s a greater urgency to explain everything in a self-contained story.
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 5 “The Door”: Discussing how Bran’s time travel power will impact the show and going in-depth on Hodor’s origin.
Spoilers Ahead on Game Of Thrones “The Door”
The connective tissue throughout “The Door” is about explaining origins. It’s a common thread between many scenes: The children of the forest created the Night King. Jaqen H’ghar explains that the faceless men were once Volantis slaves. The red priestess sheds light about the night Varys became an eunuch. Hodor’s origin and why he repeats the same word is finally revealed. Some of these exposition points serve to deepen the mythology and address long-standing mysteries, while some may also prove to be significant in setting up future events.
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The Walking Dead Season 6, Episode 12 “Not Tomorrow Yet” Review
I thought this episode was awesome and brutal! I also have some thoughts about it that I don’t think has been covered elsewhere. And yes Carol, I would really love one of your cookies. Read my complete breakdown by following the link above.
The Walking Dead Season 6, Episode 13 “The Same Boat” Review
This is my most read The Walking Dead review, I’m really happy with the way it came out. Not bad for writing it over night. “Meet us on the kill floor” … Carol you are one scary lady!