James Gandolfini’s final film, The Drop, is full of great performances, but is also a meandering bore.
You… probably forgot all about it, but we’re back with the long delayed conclusion to HEISENBERG’S PLAYHOUSE to discuss the end of BREAKING BAD!
Editor’s Note: Welcome to our new columnist Jason Tabrys! He’ll be dissecting a variety of subjects in his column “Keeping Tabs”, starting first with the problem with stereotypes in new hit shows. First, let me address my qualifications for speaking on stereotypes — I have none. I am white and
HBO’s sexy fantasy drama True Blood is returning this June, whether you like it or not. The network struck gold with the whole vampire love-triangle craze back in 2008 and the show has since grown to be HBO’s most successful program since The Sopranos. But what started as an incredibly fun and
I would have been interested in seeing Patty Jenkins direct THOR 2, but that is not going to happen. Last month she departed the project over creative differences. Deadline is reporting that Alan Taylor has been chosen to helm the film. Taylor has mostly directed TV series for HBO including