Nathan Fillion

Adrienne Shelly

Adrienne, the Adrienne Shelly biopic, and a look back at Waitress

Adrienne is the story of Adrienne Shelly. She was an actor, writer, and director. She was murdered in 2006, just before her last film, Waitress, was to be shown at Sundance. The documentary is available on HBO Max.

Margot Robbie in The Suicide Squad

The Suicide Squad, explosive fun

The Suicide Squad has been reviewed everywhere as a brilliant, bloody, action extravaganza. It was the “bloody” part that made me almost not watch it. It was the Margot Robbie part that made me watch it. I actually loved it and I love that you can see it on HBO Max without any extra charge beyond your subscription. There are …

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Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant

Review: Santa Clarita Diet

Santa Clarita Diet is a 10 part horror comedy on Netflix. It’s about a married couple who are severely tested when their normal existence is changed because the Mrs. turns into a zombie. The pretty lady is forever undead.

stana katic in Castle

The Competent Female Sidekick Trope

I want to point out some interesting work from other sites today. The first is a short video that I found on (If you haven’t subscribed to WhoHaHa yet, you really must.) The video is from Saturday Night Live and a bit gross, but give it a chance.

Nathan Fillion and Alan Tudyk

Firefly Fans, Open Your Wallets for Con Man

Wait, @alan_tudyk and @NathanFillion are working together again? This, I gotta see. #conman — alyson hannigan (@alydenisof) March 11, 2015 Firefly stars Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion launched an Indigogo crowdfunding campaign. They are raising money for a new web series, Con Man. They are already over their goal. (Firefly fans are nothing if not enthusiastic!) Give them some money …

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Dishing About this Week’s Season Openers

All the season openers for the week have aired now. Let’s talk about how they did. The two that I thought did the best job starting the new season off with a bang were Castle and Bones. Castle jumped right out of the gate with action, conflict and new situations. Beckett is busy in Washington D.C. in a new job …

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