Oct 302014
 

BREAKING BAD – White/Pinkman, by Dr.Söd

Recently we featured Walking Dead fan art by Dr.Söd. I brought this artist back to feature another of her extensive collection of fan art: Breaking Bad, Walking Dead, Hunger Games, Fight Clubcheck it out. Art prints are also available as t-shirts, mugs, totes, etc.

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Homeland 4.05: About a Boy

 Posted by on October 27, 2014 at 11:26 pm  Homeland, Slideshow  9 Responses »
Oct 272014
 

Homeland: About a Boy - Carrie and Quinn argue

Homeland Season 4 is still struggling to find its ideal balance, and episode 4.05 About a Boy, slipped a little. The espionage and tension were all there in spades, the geo-political machinations were intense, but the personal stories just didn’t hold up. Continue reading »

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Ugh…

 Posted by on October 27, 2014 at 9:05 am  Lippsisters.com  No Responses »
Oct 272014
 

Road trip. Home at midnight. Homeland tomorrow.

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Walking Dead Recap: Lock the Doors

 Posted by on October 27, 2014 at 3:02 am  Slideshow, The Walking Dead  5 Responses »
Oct 272014
 

walking-dead-season-5-episode-3-four-walls-and-roof-onlineMore Gareth? WHY?

This was my first question of episode 4. Understand: I live in San Francisco, where thousands of Gareth clones are now remaking my home city according to their own arrogant specifications. Yelling into their cellphones. Ordering four-star takeout food from their Minis. Planning to build condos on top of our world-famous Flower Mart.
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Basket of News, Oct. 18-24, 2014

 Posted by on October 24, 2014 at 9:00 am  Media-Web-News  4 Responses »
Oct 242014
 

A Florida mom petitioned to stop Toys R Us from selling Breaking Bad action figures.  The chain compliedAaron Paul and Bryan Cranston tweeted about the kerfuffle.

As Mad Men was inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame, Matthew Weiner and Kiernan Shipka talked to Vulture about the final season (and whether they shoot drunk). (via Polly Draper)

Matt talked about Mad Men and soap opera on WNYC, and a bit on life after Mad Men with the New York Daily News.

Vulture pitches Mad Men spinoffs (as do Vulture readers in the comments). (via Hollis)

Matt talked about feminism, success, and more at an event on “Women at Work” on television, kinda schooling Spiral creator Alexandra Clert in the process.

Vincent Kartheiser talks about Billy & Ray, and the end of MM with Vulture.

Elisabeth Moss tells Buzzfeed what she learned from playing Peggy, discusses Peggy’s ending at CraveOnline, gives her terms for spinoff to Indiewire, and lists her five fave films for Rotten Tomatoes.

Stephanie Drake talks to CSNbaltimore.com about which baseball teams she and Meredith support.

Last Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead had a Biblical Easter egg.

The Boston Herald interviews The Walking Dead‘s Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus and Steven Yeun about their wild ride. Continue reading »

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Fan Art Thursday: Walking Dead/Mad Men Mash-up

Fan Art Thursday: Walking Dead/Mad Men Mash-up

Oct 23, 2014

People Magazine offers a series of Walking Dead mash-ups with your favorite shows and movies. Click through for Harry Potter, Breaking Bad, and more.

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The Bait-and-Switch of 5G

The Bait-and-Switch of 5G

Oct 21, 2014

[Note: In my Homeland recaps, I've been praising Lesli Linka Glatter, so I thought it would be fun to revisit the Mad Men episode where we first saw her talent. --Deborah] This is pure spoiler, just in case you were wondering. So, a courteous little “continued” link…

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The Walking Dead Recap: Nothing Personal

The Walking Dead Recap: Nothing Personal

Oct 20, 2014

This is a nightmare. Nightmares end. – Bob to Rick If the world of walkers has its own rules, this must be one of them: Any day that starts well is going to end really, really badly. Another: That guy you don’t trust today isn’t necessarily the one who will hurt you tonight.

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Homeland 4.04: Iron in the Fire

Homeland 4.04: Iron in the Fire

Oct 19, 2014

Okay. Ew. That was just. Ew. Not the whole episode, mind you, just that last scene. Homeland has been pretty bold in making Carrie Mathison an anti-hero, and Iron in the Fire is no exception. Culturally, we accept our Don Drapers, Walter Whites, and Cullen Bohannons much more readily than we accept bad behavior—especially bad [...]

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Basket of News, Oct. 11-17, 2014

Oct 17, 2014

The Walking Dead Season 5 premiere delivered the highest ratings in series history. even beating the NFL among the key demo. The Walking Dead‘s executive producers Robert Kirkman and Scott M. Gimple tease Season 5.  Gimple and Robert Kirkman dissected the premiere with THR.  Gimple also talks about the premiere’s mystery villain, and is named one of The Hollywood Reporter‘s [...]

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Fan Art Thursday: Walking Dead Crystal Mess

Fan Art Thursday: Walking Dead Crystal Mess

Oct 16, 2014

The challenge with Walking Dead fan art is finding something that isn’t too gruesome to feature on the front page. These are awesome and not gruesome at all (and available for purchase).

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Movie Review: Gone Girl

Movie Review: Gone Girl

Oct 15, 2014

Gone Girl, the movie based on the 2012 bestseller, tells a story you think you know. Amy Elliott Dunne goes missing on her fifth wedding anniversary, and her husband Nick doesn’t seem too upset about it. Maybe he’s exhausted. Killing your wife is strenuous work, right?

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The Walking Dead 5.01: The Butcher

The Walking Dead 5.01: The Butcher

Oct 13, 2014

In its thrilling fifth-season premiere (No Sanctuary), The Walking Dead takes us back to Terminus — the survivors’ concentration camp where our heroes were imprisoned at the end of last season. Terminus is a place with its own special mission, values, and amenities; but you probably wouldn’t want to spend a weekend there.

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