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Season 4 Game of Thrones: Expect the Unexpected

The time has come. The fourth season of the HBO fantasy drama Game of Thrones has finally come. Season three ended leaving many fans of George R.R. Martin’s epic series with feelings of despair, confusion and musings of revenge. The images from the “Red Wedding” undoubtedly are

Classic Heroes and Villains with a Twist: Once Upon a Time

Classic heroes, heroines and villains derived from cartoons and comics tend to follow the familiar trope; the evil villain makes it their sole purpose in life to destroy all of the hero or heroine’s happiness. It’s seen repeatedly in television and movies with little variance in storyline.

Blerd Movie Reviews: Chico and Rita

Chico and Rita is the kind of animated film that makes you realize that the narrative, rather than the medium through which it is shared, is what we’re all after when we read, listen to, or watch a story unfold.  Originally released in 2010, but now available

The Walking Dead: He’s BACK!!!!!

Oh yes! The Govna is back. Aren’t you excited? Well if you aren’t I definitely am. For weeks, we have wondered where he has been and what he’s been doing. Episode 5 “Internment” gave us an indication of his whereabouts: he is lying in wait, ready to

Time to get on board with Sleepy Hollow

Okay, I really need to understand why there are some people who are still not watching Fox’s Sleepy Hollow! You have to be kidding me. This is an awesome show, and I’m going to give some insight as to why this is the show Sci Fi fans

The Walking Dead’s Problem with Black People

The Walking Dead comic book and television series are two of my favorite pieces of art in a genre that includes classic films by George A. Romero, the Godfather of the genre, and impressive new entries from authors Colson Whitehead and Joe McKinney, and filmmakers Danny Boyle

My 1st Love Letter to TV Michonne

Dear TV Michonne. My name is Jovan but I’d like you to call me Jo. I’ve been watching you for a very long time and I just couldn’t keep the feelings I have for you to myself anymore. I’ve been intrigued by you since the first moment

American Horror Story Coven Episode 2 Tackles Race

Warning, there are spoilers ahead…stop reading now if you haven’t seen the second episode of this season’s American Horror Story. After only two episodes of its third season, FX’s American Horror Story: Coven addresses issues of race, class, gender, cultural appropriation, the white washing of history, and

Mighty Morphin Collectibles

Each time I watched the legendary “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” in my childhood, I…they…just made my day. I would rush to the nearest TV, smash my fingers against the buttons, frantically change the channel to Fox Kids, and then let the awesomeness begin. I am sure many