Nicholas McCarthy received acclaim in recent years for his short turned feature film, The Pact. After a successful first feature, McCarthy is back this year with horror film and SXSW Midnighter Home. The film has been getting praise from horror film fans at SXSW and sites like FEARNet. Home has a
Nicholas McCarthy’s horror film HOME makes it’s debut at SXSW 2014 & stars Catalina Sandino Moreno, Ashley Rickards & Naya Rivera.
Kristal and Marcos are back with another short and sweet episode to talk about the CW renewals, the possible last season of Psych, The Walking Dead, and Smash. Check out the episode breakdown to avoid any spoilers. Download and subscribe to episodes on iTunes. Stream the show over at Stitcher.
Sports fan or not, everyone loves Super Bowl Sunday for the commercials. Advertisers spend well over $1 million dollars for a mere 30 second commercial spot during the biggest football game of the year. Sounds outrageously overpriced but if you consider the number of people that tune in world wide
Chris Colfer is not a man who wastes time resting on his laurels. In the past four years, we’ve seen him sing and dance on ‘Glee,’ win a Golden Globe® and two Teen Choice Awards, and become a #1 New York Times Bestselling Author thanks to his young adult novel, ‘The Land of Stories.’
Taking on the well-worn subjects of high school angst and drama, it would be easy for STRUCK BY LIGHTNING to feel trite and clichéd. But STRUCK BY LIGHTNING is not your average high school coming-of-age movie. It dares to be different from start to finish, and succeeds in being a funny and enjoyable dark teen comedy that pulls no punches about, well, anything.
Most rites of passage today are particular to a gender, religion, community, or the like. There is one, however, that remains an obstacle to all, regardless of personal traits and affiliations. struck by lightning Yup, you guessed it: I’m talking about high school. A society comprised of and ruled by
During this episode of The Small Screen Podcast Kristal and Marcos discuss the death of Larry Hagman, cast shakeups, the return of Cory and Topanga, the current episodes of Bob’s Burgers, Raising Hope, Wedding Band and Glee, as well as what they’re looking forward to. There are some sound quality issues,
One of the first regular commenters on my old blog Too Interesting For Twitter was Marcos Canales. We both loved television, especially Chuck and would exchange comments back and forth on each other’s blogs. Soon, we both were thinking of doing a TV podcast and decided to dive right in together. The
Even though it was a pretty slow week in terms of shows and news, we ended up talking a lot about some of the recent trailers that hit the web and what we’ve been watching. Somehow, we turned videos that lasted a few seconds into long discussions, which do contain
With all of our shows pretty much over for the year, we decided to share some final thoughts in an end of the season wrap-up. As always, we chat about what we’ve been watching and what we’re looking forward to. Check out the breakdown if you want to avoid any
It was another busy week in TV thanks to the major networks’ Upfront presentations, so it’s another jam-packed episode. We talk about the new fall schedules, which pilots we’re excited for, which night will be our busiest, and of course what we’ve been watching and what we’re looking forward to.
It’s been a busy week as all of the major networks prepared for their Upfront presentations, so we spend a big chunk of this episode talking about which shows have been renewed and which ones will not be coming back. We also chat about what we’re watching and what we’re
Don’t You (Forget About Our Podcast) After an extended hiatus, the Small Screen Podcast is back for Episode 27. This time around, we talk about a lot of TV news including AMC’s newest Robert Kirkman adaptation, The Office‘s revolving door of ideas, Smash‘s new boss, Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey