• Exclusive Interview: Milo Ventimiglia on THE WHISPERS

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TV Review: THE X FACTOR – Season 1 – “The Top 5 Perform” Recap

Chris Rene in THE X FACTOR - Season 1 - "The Top 5 Perform" | ©2011 Fox/Ray Mickshaw

Network: Fox Original Telecast: December 7, 2011 THE X FACTOR is down to the Final Five, and I’m so bored with the remaining contestants, going into the latest episode, I was prepared to be bored to tears. After Drew got the boot last week (my fave singer), the five remaining have a lot to prove. Usually I list the judges comments, but it doesn’t matter what they really say tonight. Last week they proved they’re in it for themselves – not for voting for who is most deserving. Yet, even more so, what is necessary now, is to determine and …Read On »


TV Review: GLEE – Season 3 – “Hold on To Sixteen”

Chord Overstreet returns to GLEE - Season 3 - "Hold On To Sixteen" | ©2011 Fox/Adam Rose

Stars: Dianna Agron, Chris Colfer, Darren Criss, Jane Lynch, Jayma Mays, Kevin McHale, Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Heather Morris, Matthew Morrison, Amber Riley, Naya Rivera, Mark Salling, Harry Shum Jr., Jenna Ushkowitz Writer:  Ross Maxwell Director:  Bradley Buecher Network: Fox, airs Tuesday nights Original Telecast: December 6, 2011 The joy of GLEE seems to be slowly seeping back into the show as “Hold On To Sixteen” (taken from a line in the John Mellencamp song “Jack and Diane”) reminds the characters and the audience, to hold on to that innocent young feeling before it’s gone. With high school ending for …Read On »


TV Review: DEXTER – Season 6 – “Ricochet Rabbit”

Michael C. Hall in DEXTER - Season 6 - "Ricochet Rabbit" | ©2011 Showtime/Randy Tepper

Stars: Michael C. Hall, Jennifer Carpenter, Lauren Velez, Desmond Harrington, C.S. Lee, David Zayas, James Remar, Aimee Garcia, Geoff Pierson, Edward James Olmos, Colin Hanks, Billy Brown, Josh Cooke Writers: Jace Richdale & Lauren Gussis & Scott Reynolds, series based on the books by Jeff Lindsay Director: Michael Lehmann Network: Showtime, Sundays @ 9 PM Release Date: December 4, 2011 DEXTER has had a slow build through its sixth season, but with “Ricochet Rabbit,” it finally hits its stride. Although the journey hasn’t been as smooth as we might have wished, with “Ricochet Rabbit,” we’re at the point where the …Read On »


TV Review: WAREHOUSE 13 – Season 3 – “The Greatest Gift”

Allison Scagliotti, Eddie McClintock and Joanne Kelly in WAREHOUSE 13 - Season 3 - "The Greatest Gift" | ©2011 Syfy/Russ Martin

Stars: Eddie McClintock, Joanne Kelly, Saul Rubinek,Allison Scagliotti, Genelle Williams, CCH Pounder, Roger Rees Writer: John-Paul Nickel, story by Mike Johnson & John-Paul Nickel, series created by Brent Mote & Jane Espenson Director: Jack Kenny Network: Syfy, Tuesday @ 9 PM Airdate: December 6, 2011 Sooner or later, most genre TV shows wind up doing their own idiosyncratic versions of Frank Capra’s movie IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE. Perhaps there’s something arcane in the contracts of genre TV shows which requires this after a certain number of installments; more likely, it’s an economical way to let the series regulars do something …Read On »


TV Review: ONCE UPON A TIME – Season 1 – “The Shepherd”

Josh Dallas in ONCE UPON A TIME - Season 1 - "The Shepherd" | ©2011 ABC/Jack Rowand

Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Robert Carlyle, Lana Parrilla, Jared Gilmore, Josh Dallas, Raphael Sbarge Writer: Jane Espenson Director: Paul Edwards Network: ABC, Sunday nights, 8 p.m. Original Telecast: December 4, 2011 Funny how this episode “The Shepherd,” while interesting, didn’t seem to do much to advance the overall story of ONCE UPON A TIME. It wasn’t a bad episode. It just didn’t seem to do much. Now that John Doe (the Prince Charming who came through the evil spell that sent all the fairy tale characters to present day Storybrooke, Maine, and landed there in a coma) has woken up and been identified as David Nolan (Josh Dallas), we get …Read On »


Exclusive Interview: Jen Du-Prat talks about 24 HOURS IN THE ER

Jen Du-Prat in 24 HOURS IN THE ER | ©2011 BBCa

The most popular unscripted show in England this year has been 24 HOURS IN THE ER. The series, which has done well in its American home on BBC America on Tuesday nights, follows the real staff in the Accident and Emergency Department of London’s King’s College Hospital as they deal with patients throughout the day and night. Jennifer Du-Prat is one of the senior sisters (as the British call their head nurses) at the hospital. As a medical professional, TV stardom was one of the last things she expected from her career. She talks about her job and the effect …Read On »


TV Review: SUPERNATURAL – Season 7 – “Death’s Door”

Jensen Ackles in SUPERNATURAL - Season 7 - "Death's Door" | ©2011 The CW/Michael Courtney

Stars: Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Jim Beaver, James Patrick Stuart, Steven Williams, Henri Lubatti Writer: Sera Gamble, series created by Eric Kripke Director: Robert Singer Network: The CW, Fridays @ 9 PM Original Telecast: December 2, 2011 How do we know the prognosis for Bobby Singer (Jim Beaver) is dire on this episode of SUPERNATURAL? It’s not because he’s got a bullet lodged in his brain, thanks to getting shot by Leviathan big boss Dick (James Patrick Stuart). Instead, it’s because show runner Sera Gamble wrote “Death’s Door” and producer Robert Singer (yes, Bobby is named after him) is the …Read On »


CD Review: THE ARTIST soundtrack

THE ARTIST soundtrack | ©2011 Sony Classical

When it comes to talking about retro scores, you can’t go back any further then the days when there was no music at all – at least when it came to the complete lack of soundtrack on celluloid nitrate was all about the herky-jerky picture. Such were the glory days of silent movies, when music had to do all of the talking. Whether it was a pianist desperately improvising away, or a full orchestra keeping time with reams of rapidly changing melodies, the 1920’s were truly the time when film scoring was king. The fact that so little of these …Read On »


Exclusive Interview: Clare Grant gets her Team Unicorn geek on for VOLTRON: DEFENDER OF THE UNIVERSE

Clare Grant, Neil Ross, Rileah Vanderbilt, Milynn Sarley, Michael Bell, Michele Boyd, Seth Green and B.J. Ward at the THQ VOLTRON event

The classic 1980s animated series VOLTRON: DEFENDER OF THE UNIVERSE is back and more popular than ever – not only from a whole generation who worshipped it while growing up, but with the brand new THQ game (available for download on XBOX 360 and PlayStation 3) that incorporates footage from the series and the original dialogue voiced by master voice actors Michael Bell (Lance, Sven), Neil Ross (Commander Keith, Pidge) and BJ Ward (Princess Allura, Haggar). At THQ Headquarters in Agoura Hills, CA on Wednesday night, a live event was held to engage fans and bring together these voice talents. …Read On »


Composer Interview: Jane Antonia Cornish brings emotional light to FIREFLIES IN THE GARDEN

Jane Antonia Cornish | ©2011 Jane Antonia Cornish

When the recriminations of an intellectual clan’s past collide with a tragedy in their present, familial fireworks are sure to ensue in the finger-pointing fallout. But tender is the musical night in the delicate hands of composer Jane Antonia Cornish, who handles FIREFLIES IN THE GARDEN with a gentle, and greatly affecting touch. She also bridges two classical worlds as Dennis Lee’s film segues from past to present, as the beautiful melancholy of piano and violin-driven chamber music meets the progressive rhythms of such modern classicists as Arvo Part and John Adams. It’s an approach that’s entirely apropos for the …Read On »

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