Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Back Finally!


It has been a long while. Too long. Long story short many medical issue/problems got me down. Anyhow, I will be giving my opinion/thoughts on all the fall show trailers. I have already spotted some of the "mess" that is ahead this Fall.  I hope to share my thoughts on the 2014-2015  Fall pilots as well -- as many as I can get my eyes/hands on. Stay Tuned!

Thursday, October 3, 2013

CW's Amell's Day: Coming Soon-- Promo (Video)

The CW Network recently released a very fun promo for the new Sci-Fi/Drama series "The Tomorrow People" and the returning hit series "Arrow". Check it out!

*Yes, they are related,Stephen Amell ('Arrow') is his cousin.

Syfy's Hit Series "Lost Girl" Coming To NYCC 2013


Flower Mound TX- (9/17/13) Group 1200 Media & Giant Ape Media are proud to announce the appearance of cast members from the Showcase/SYFY Network series LOST GIRL, Rick Howland (Trick) and Paul Amos (Vex), to the Big Apple. We hope to see the fae-natics come out in force at the following public appearances!

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11th @ 6pm

J & R Music World is hosting a special in-store event, where lucky customers with the purchase of any Season of Lost Girl on DVD or Blu-ray will have the opportunity to meet the cast members. This in-store event will be held at J & R Music World’s store located (across from City Hall Park) at 23 Park Row in New York City. You can call the store at 1-212-238-9000, or visit their website for more information:


Meet the cast as they appear at this year’s New York Comic Con, held at the Javitz Center located at 655 West 34th Street in New York City. For more information about New York Comic Con, please visit their website:

• GIANT APE MEDIA/LOST GIRL PANEL @ 4-5pm Room number 1A22 – (check NYCC schedule)
• LOST GIRL AUTOGRAPHS at 5:30pm in the autograph area
• To keep up on all the Lost Girl happenings at New York Comic Con including promotions, follow @GiantApeMedia on Twitter.

Lost Girl tells the story of Bo, a young woman forced to run from place to place due to mysterious powers she cannot understand nor control. Bo learns that she is actually a member of an ancient race of mythological and fantastical creatures called the Fae. Bo soon becomes entrenched in the world of the Fae, where she discovers truths about her identity and makes friends, lovers, and enemies along the way.

Lost Girl was developed by Prodigy Pictures, in association with Shaw Media and Showcase. Executive Producers are Jay Firestone and Emily Andras. Vanessa Piazza and Wendy Grean are Producers.

CW's Hot New Promo Art ('The Originals, 'Reign' & 'The Tomorrow People')

CW's "Supernatural" Season 9 Promotional Pictures

The ninth season premiere of 'Supernatural' on The CW airs Tuesday, October 8th at 9 ET/8 CT.


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Credit: Nino Munoz/The CW

The Men of CW's "Arrow" Promo Season 2 Posters

Enjoy the eye candy to get your motor going for the Season Premiere of "Arrow"....

The Season 2 Premiere is Wednesday October 9 at 8E/7C on CW.

David Ramsey

Colton Haynes

Manu Bennett

Stephen Amell

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

'The Kings Of Summer' Movie Review

The Kings of Summer Blu-ray
"The Kings Of Summer"
Nick Offerman, Alison Brie, Moises Arias, Gabriel Basso, Megan Mullally
Marc Evan Jackson,Erin Moriarty
Director: Jordan Vogt-Roberts
Writer: Chris Galletta
Rated R
CBS Films|Running Time 93 minutes
On DVD/Blu-Ray September 24, 2013

Plot: Three teenage friends Joe (Robinson), Patrick (Basso) and the eccentric and unpredictable Biaggio (Arias) sick of being told what to do by their parents, they decide to build a house in the woods for the summer. The friendship between the boys is tested. The boys learn a lesson about family, weather or not you're born into it or create it is something you can not run away from.

I remember what it was like when you got sick of following your parents rules. You could only wish and hope to grow up even faster. I just want to be able to do what I want when ever I want. You just can't wait to move out and have my own place.

Well in The Kings Of Summer you get to see what the highs and lows of what it was like to be a teenager again. This movie is very much a coming-of-age film. It follows the story of Joe (Nick Robinson) having a troubled time connecting with his dad Frank (Nick Offerman). Just recently after losing his wife, Joe is upset at the fact that his father has recently started dating.

Meanwhile, Joe's friend Patrick (Gabriel Basso) is having to deal with his over bearing parents (Megan Mullally and Marc Even Jackson). They keep treating him like a child and smothering him.

The boys set out to find what is the be their home in the middle of the woods. Bringing along for the ride the odd, but very funny Biaggio (Moises Arias). The boys set up shop and must find a way to eat, live and survive in the woods. I must say I really didn't expect to enjoy the movie. It was very light-hearted, funny movie that has heart as well. Dealing with loss, first loves, having you heartbroken for the first time. You will feel for the characters. I had a few laughs as well thanks, giving the offbeat performance of Mosises Arias.

 Overall, I found the movie to be very touching, refreshing and honest. I enjoyed watching it, it was a bit slow at points here and there. It was just a "feel good" movie. I thoroughly enjoyed watching, I would highly recommend watching.