Mary Czerwinski is the co-host and producer of “DVD Geeks,” a DVD and blu-ray review podcast. She is also the host of “Glue Guns and Phasers,” a Star Trek crafting series and is an actor and producer of the horror short “Pray With Us.” She has written for TrekMovie.com, Libido Magazine, Pet Age, Pet Services Journal and Chicagoland Tails to name a few. She refers to herself as “The Girl With The Twin Peaks Tattoo” and has been a fan of the series since she was 9 years old.
“Damn fine cup of coffee!” “Let’s rock.” “That gum you like is going to come back in style…”
By now, you have heard every clichéd Twin Peaks quote under the sun since last week’s announcement that the show will return to TV in 2016 with the original creators, Mark Frost and David Lynch, at the helm. The news sent the internet into a cherry pie-induced sugar high and the world was partying like it was 1991.
Welcome back, Arrowheads! Are you finished scooping your jaw off the floor after last week’s shocker ending? Which one do I mean, you ask? No, not the one where it seems Ollie won’t be getting a second date with Felicity. I mean the one where Sara gets three arrows to the chest and is dead…again!
The Smallville season 10 minicaps has someone new running Watchtower, so we apologize for any late replies to your comments.
Clark managed to avoid getting beamed up to wherever with Zod and the Kandorians, but still has a lot more problems to deal with on Earth. There’s the warnings of a great evil coming, and Jor-El feels Clark isn’t ready to fight it. Then there’s a shady government guy who’s tagging and monitoring superheroes. Then there’s Chloe faking her death and going into hiding. Then there’s Oliver revealing he’s Green Arrow to the public. Then there’s Lois knowing Clark’s secret unbeknownst to him. Then there’s the anti-vigilante push starting to simmer. And even then, there’s the Lex clone that Tess is secretly raising. Man, here’s hoping this round of minicaps gets him a break. Continue reading
Annabelle is a prequel to The Conjuring which was a surprise horror hit from last year directed by James Wan. This time around, John R. Leonetti, whose previous directing efforts include Mortal Kombat: Annihilation and The Butterfly Effect 2, takes the reins of what could turn into the latest genre franchise. The movie stars Annabelle Wallis (Yes, her name is Annabelle), Ward Horton, Tony Amendola, and Alfre Woodard. Continue reading
My cats are nerds. That’s all there is to it.
And yes, a lot of it is for my amusement. Like the fact that they have Yoda ear costumes for Halloween. (And every Star Wars toy available for cats)
That’s all me. Continue reading
Welcome back, Arrow-heads! How was your summer? Well, good news is if you lamented not being able to catch up on last season, well, Netflix has that up, so go ahead and do that. I’ll wait. Now, if you’re back, there’s not much to say except: Ollie defeated Slade, Thea has run off with Malcolm Merlyn, Quentin had a serious health problem, and Team Arrow is off to fight crime in Starling City while trying to rebuild. Also in the flashbacks, Ollie has finally gotten off the island, only to end up in Hong Kong with Amanda Waller. There’s more I should tell you about, but hey, let’s leap in…
The Smallville season 10 minicaps wishes it could kick back and relax for its final season, but hey, it’s got a lot of work to do.
Last season, Clark Kent went through a lot of changes. He’s embracing his role as a hero in Metropolis, he’s embracing a relationship with Lois, and he’s embracing being a mentor to a bunch of kryptonians like him that have arrived on Earth. Mucking up things for Mr. Kent was Zod, whose twisted need to dominate humanity was barely stopped as the Kandorians were taken to a new home. The downside was by season’s end, Tess was left burnt and possibly dead, Oliver swarmed by some unknown force, and Clark was stabbed with a blue kryptonite dagger (which also prevented him from being sent on the Kandorians travel bus like Zod and company). Well, let’s get into the final season of Smallville, shall we, people? Continue reading
Here we are middle halfway through the second week of major network TV… how are you holding up? Personally, I’ve gotten back in the swing of two returning shows. And picked up two new ones. Can’t wait til next week and the Flash and Arrow premieres!
What’s new? Continue reading
NerdLush is open for new crew members! (This applies to current guest posters, as well!) Continue reading