I’m a bit slow with this, but I finally got around to watching all of Game of Thrones, so it’s time to discuss it!
Once again, we’re in the first week of August, aka Munch Week, a time when a young man’s fancy turns to thoughts of Homicide and SVU’s John Munch. And, in honor of Richard Belzer’s 75th Birthday today, I thought it’d be fun to cast the Munch Ex-Wives we’ve never seen.
The holodeck in the post-TOS Star Trek is an intriguing bit of future hi-tech, but it may have been used a bit too much as a storytelling device, and sometimes it was just plain annoying.
A few advertising don’ts and don’ts, at least if I’m your target.
The Elseworlds (or ‘imaginary story’) concept is a tried and tested formula in comics, but it also exists in other media, although nobody calls it that. In particular, it has frequently appeared in (mainly American) serial television productions since the 1960s at least.
In 2016 I found myself in the United States of America for a couple of weeks, where I encountered the utterly bizarre part of US culture that is American TV. …
How many times DID television producers rip off THE FUGITIVE, anyway? A lot; sometimes badly, sometimes really well. Here’s a (probably incomplete) rundown of TV heroes on the run from one-armed men, ruthless billionaires, shady corporations, and others.