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Edward’s Gone Rogue

Tuesday, December 2 by

Edward continues to try to figure out, without the agency knowing where he is of course, who really killed his parents and where they’re hiding, Henry has to deal with a rather large purchase his son has just made, and Tom’s wife is the victim of theft and assault, so Raymond goes undercover as Tom to investigate.

Powers Eclipsed

Tuesday, December 2 by

The eclipse still baffles the likes of Mohinder and Arthur, Peter and Nathan help the Haitian overthrow his brother’s corrupt rule in middle of the jungle, Elle and Sylar struggle with what the loss of their powers means to their identities, the Bennett family has to deal with some rather traumatic incidents taking place, and Hiro, Ando, Daphne, and Parkman try to figure out the next step in their quest to save the world.

Tight Tueday Night TV

Monday, December 1 by

Forget the 25 Days of Christmas, and watch some real friggin' TV. House and Fringe are owning the airwaves with two spanking new episodes.  Prime Time TV

Post-Thanksgiving TV Feast

Monday, December 1 by

 You should be thankful for Monday TV babes. And why not wash down all those turkey-day leftovers with some action packed science fiction goodness on Terminator:TSCC and Heroes?

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Monday, December 1 by

More Spirit cleavage (Joblo)

Duplicity Trailer

Monday, December 1 by

Looks like they’ve FINALLY got around to making Oceans 14. But the part of Brad Pitt and George Clooney and all those dudes is singlehandedly played by Clive Owen. And it’s directed by Tony Gilroy, who did Michael Clayton. Which was one of the best movies of last year.

18 Absurdities of the Macy’s Parade

Monday, December 1 by

Watching the Pre-Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Broadway Dancetacular, something occurred to me. If you take the amount of musical theatre performers in the US, multiply it by their salary, add that to whatever production costs that are involved, and divide that by the total number of Gays and Old People in the US, the numbers just don’t work out. Musical theatre, like parades with giant balloons, are absurd american traditions. So in line with this idea, here are a few of the more absurd moments from the most recent Macy's Thanksgiving Parade, in pictures. Some of them involve dancing.

P. Diddy Will Be The Next James Bond

Monday, December 1 by

Dear P. Diddy,

Kristy Swanson To Play Buffy In New Movie?

Friday, November 28 by

There are three things in life that you can count on: death, taxes, and masses of teenagers loving vampires.  Summit is already planning a sequel to Twilight, and now there’s talks that Buffy will hit the big screens. This, among other stories, finds itself among our post Thanksgiving morning news.

J.J. Abrams Star Trek Footage Presentation Breakdown

Wednesday, November 26 by

Screenjunkies's writer Jim Connelly breaks down selected scenes from the recent J.J. Abrams presentation of the much-anticipated, highly-controversial Star Trek. Check it out, along with the recently 'upgraded' internet trailer featuring a cameo from L. Nimoy himself.

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Wednesday, November 26 by

Meet the new Lara Croft (Maxim)The Reader poster (Joblo)

Frank Martin’s 8 Rules To Being Badass

Wednesday, November 26 by

Frank Martin is a man of principles. His strict code of professional ethics and discipline help set the parameters for his total ass-kicking-ness. His stated rules are the following: never change the deal, no names, never open the package, and never make a promise you can't keep.

Stallone, Statham, Li, and Lundgren Team Up

Wednesday, November 26 by

John Rambo was more entertaining than anything Tarantino has touched since Kill Bill. Maybe it’s just a personal preference. I thought Tarantino was a visionary…when I was 16. Now I think he’s just sort of irritating. Apparently Sly agrees and is a little irritated he didn’t get a part in Inglorious Basterds.

Butterflies Attack!!

Wednesday, November 26 by

A Massive Dynamic employee is so convinced he is being attacked by butterflies that he jumps out of a window to escape them, and the team is called in to investigate. Although Olivia's unexplained interaction with Agent Scott leads to breaks in the case, she is so desperate to rid her consciousness of him that she demands to go back into the tank. Meanwhile, the gig is up for Peter when a former friend-and some current foes-find out he's back in Boston.

Pre-Thanksgiving Rerun Lineup

Tuesday, November 25 by

It seems as though TV is taking its Thanksgiving vacation a little early. No new episdoes and a lot of reruns. But real junkies never give up. Catch Obama, aging virgins, and Butters pretending to be Asian on TV tonight.

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