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The Best Power Ranger Stories of All-Time

Jacob Elyachar
in Entertainment

This is it! Tonight, the Power Rangers return to the Silver Screen. Before Saban’s Power Rangers rolls its opening credits, Geeks is celebrating the best Power Rangers stories of all-time. Warning! Sp...

'Sesame Street' Welcomes New Muppet

Christina St-Jean
in Entertainment

The general knowledge base through society about autism continues to grow and develop, and thanks to Sesame Street's introduction of a new character named Julia, the understanding of children with aut...

John Lithgow Slays In 'Trial & Error' - Or Does He?

Christina St-Jean
in Entertainment

There's no questioning John Lithgow's extensive experience playing both sides of the criminal line. In addition to the Trinity Killer in the much-beloved series Dexter, Lithgow has also played the bad...

False Idols: Be Careful Who You Make the Next Kim Kardashian

Kristyn Burtt
in Entertainment

I admit that I am part of the problem when it comes to the entertainment news cycle because it's my job. Sometimes I get assigned articles I don't want to write, but I have to — Kim Kardashian, the Du...

Fire Walk With Me: The Dark Heart of Twin Peaks

James Giles
in Entertainment

Twin Peaks is a TV show famous for many things; Special Agent Cooper and his love of black coffee and cherry pie, eccentric towns people including a lady who carries and communicates with a wooden log...

Me, My Dad and 'Late Night with David Letterman'

Rich Monetti
in Entertainment

Maybe David Letterman is following the comedic party line by deferring all praise but his farewell only fuels my suspicion that he has no idea how much he means to us out here who live for late night ...

10 Ways Marvel Can Be Even Better

Eli Sanza
in Entertainment

Thanks to the upcoming Netflix drama Iron Fist, I have Marvel on my mind. Unfortunately, if early buzz is to be trusted, it will be one of the studio's weaker entries. This got me thinking about Marve...

Rewatching... The Avengers: The Living Dead

Nick Brown
in Entertainment

Friday 24 February 1967 So this man walks into a pub… It’s a boozy old tramp, and he staggers out of the pub again into the adjacent graveyard. He clearly has a brilliant sense of humour as he laughs ...

13 Picks For the 13th Doctor

Iain Shaw
in Entertainment

Whenever a Doctor says they are handing over the key to the Tardis and their sonic screwdriver as the Timelord a debate rages on who is going to be the next 'Doctor Who'. Below is a rundown of 13 of o...

Human Target and How the Forgotten DC TV Show Would Succeed Today

Jason Schwartz
in Entertainment

DC Comics have been represented in live action form on television since Adventures of Superman aired in 1952. There are currently 9 shows airing that are based on DC Comics, while in the 90s there wer...

Are TV Viewers Too Segregated?

Eli Sanza
in Entertainment

Late night talk shows have been an American staple since Steve Allen first hosted The Tonight Show in 1954. That show has been airing on NBC ever since, and it established a formula that has been emul...

Rewatching... The Avengers: The See-Through Man

Nick Brown
in Entertainment

Friday 3 February 1967 Mad inventors and nutty eccentrics seem to have become a staple ingredient of The Avengers. This week’s combines both with an eccentric inventor. He’s called Quilby and is playe...

Tig Notaro's "One Mississippi"

Frederick Park
in Entertainment

With the advent of many streaming services such as Netflix, Hulu and Amazon, many artists have been given the opportunity to create original content that might not otherwise be seen by audiences. Of t...

29/1/1967: Re-watching... The Death Game

Nick Brown
in Entertainment

My ongoing mission: to watch classic television fifty years after first broadcast... Simon Templar is walking along a foggy London street. There is the sound of a marching band which turns out to be a...

24 Reasons Time Travel is the Ultimate Superpower

Roy Huff
in Entertainment

It took confronting a rabid pit bull in middle school to understand the awesomeness of superpowers and how not having them sucks when you’re in a bind. Imagine staring down a beast foaming at the mout...

Actor Bill Paxton Dead At 61

Christina St-Jean
in Entertainment

One of the most affable actors of a generation has died. Bill Paxton, known for his Emmy winning turn in the Hatfields and McCoys miniseries and for roles in films like Aliens and Twister, was 61. His...