While I've been a TV critic for a few years now and I have watched just about every show at least once, my taste in TV hasn't changed. I'm still an avid viewer, loyal to the major networks. So if you're like me, just an average person who loves TV, then you might want to check out what shows you cannot miss this fall.
Bullet In The Face stars Eddie Izzard and Eric Roberts as two hilariously vicious rival business owners/crime lords happy to annihilate anyone in their way. And who stands in their way? Everyone.
Fans of AMC's The Walking Dead will be running -- not walking -- to Orlando and Hollywood later this year.
Just in time for AMC's The Walking Dead marathon this weekend, executive producer Glen Mazzara and I sat down to talk horror, writing and their highly anticipated appearance at this year's Comic Con in my motherland, San Diego.
What does it mean to be a monster, really, but to be possessed by an uncontrollable force?
Zicree's Space Command has already gone where no film project has gone before, setting a record as the fastest film ever funded on Kickstarter.
Some child actors are so exasperatingly irritating that watching them is like swimming the English Channel in water wings.
Girls is reflective of our culture, a culture we all seem to think we are better than or don't exist in.
You can't turn around without running into zombie-savvy civilians. Over the last few years zombies have taken over publishing, movies, television and pop culture as relentlessly as they've overrun farmhouses and malls in George Romero's films.
The Walking Dead finale this week was BANANAS and a great way to end the season: some questions answered, some new ones raised, a new character to ponder over the summer, and everyone important made it out alive.
Unless the finale was really satisfying, I was ready to write "The Walking Dead" off. The finale did a good job of reeling me back in, but we're not out of the woods yet, so to speak.
We saw a perfect mix of compelling dialogue and intense action last night, and more screen time for characters we've wanted to see.
This episode is one of my all time favorites. It was beautiful and filled with character depth, action and great stories.
Everybody needs a Thneed. The question is, does anybody need Dr. Seuss' The Lorax, the feature-length, CG animated, 3D, big screen adaptation of the legendary children's author's environmental parable?
In order to bring up heavy stuff like life vs. death and survival instincts vs. human decency in this post-apocalyptic culture -- these characters are making some really stupid decisions that defy common logic.
This week was a shining example of how good this show can be -- amazing action coupled with outstanding dialogue.