If you’re an old-old school pro wrestling fan, you may remember the real life GLOW wrestling promotion from Las Vegas, which produced a low-budget female version of what fans enjoyed with the more mainstream World Wrestling Federation (WWF). Continue reading ‘GLOW’: The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling invade Netflix
Stephen King’s 1980 novella, The Mist, is making it’s way back to a screen near you — a small screen. Continue reading Stephen King’s ‘The Mist’ returns as TV show
When I heard recently that actor Richard Hatch had died of pancreatic cancer, my thoughts went immediately not to his time on Battlestar Galactica (arguably his main claim to fame for most casual audiences), but rather to his fine performance in EMI Entertainment’s Deadman’s Curve: The Story of Jan and Dean, a made-for-TV movie biopic of the influential “surf rock” duo that aired on February 3rd, 1978 to big, big ratings for the CBS television network (ask your grandparents what “CBS” and “television” are, kids). Continue reading ‘Deadman’s Curve: The Story of Jan and Dean’: A true rock tragedy
SyFy is set to premiere Blood Drive, a dystopian thriller set in the god-awful future year of…1999. And it could be fun. Continue reading ‘Blood Drive’ on SyFy: Feed your engine!
So you do nails professionally. Maybe hair too. But you’re bored. What do you do now? Continue reading TNT divas set their ‘Claws’ in new farce
Murder. Mystery. Intrigue. Subtitles. Continue reading ‘Ingobernable’ offers political thrills in Mexico
After an unarmed white man is shot by an African-American policeman, the Justice Department opens an investigation. Uh oh. Continue reading ‘Shots Fired’: FOX hits hard with political drama