This entry was posted on Sep 28 2011 by Sienna Mawby
For its last three seasons, the Fox TV show has won fervent fans with its portrayal of alternate dimensions and paranormal phenomena.
But when part of ‘s story was left untold on the screen, one of the show’s actors decided to tell it in a comic book.
Written by actor Joshua Jackson (“Peter Bishop”), is a new digital comic from DC Entertainment that helps fill in the missing pieces between last year’s Season 3 finale and Friday night’s Season 4 premiere.
This entry was posted on Sep 28 2011 by Savannah Webber
I’ve got to say that going into this film I wasn’t exactly over the moon about it, as I knew who the director was. So as you can imagine I’m not really a fan of Werner Herzog, but to be fair I’m only judging that off his narrative features as I haven’t seen any of his documentaries before. Not only that, I’m basing my dislike off only two of his narrative features as well, ‘Rescue Dawn’ and ‘The Bad Lieutenant’, but either way I’m not exactly a fan of his work. But a media screening is a media screening after all, and I very rarely turn down a free movie, and especially one that was going to be in 3D and in gold class to boot! So yeah, I decided to
This entry was posted on Sep 27 2011 by Kai Conacher
“He believed the dog was immortal,” Susan Orlean writes at the beginning of Rin Tin Tin: The Life and the Legend.
This entry was posted on Sep 25 2011 by Sienna Mawby
NEW YORK (AP) – “Barbie Girl” has been voted the worst song of the 90s by readers of the magazine, “Rolling Stone.”
The second worst song of the decade was “Macarena.”
“Achy Breaky Heart” ranks third on the list, followed by “Ice Ice Baby” and “Tubthumping.”
“MMMBop” is the sixth worst song while “My Heart Will Go On” is in the seventh spot.
Number eight is “Who Let the Dogs Out,” followed by “I’m Too Sexy” and finally, “”What’s Up?” by 4 Non Blondes.
For the whole list go to .
What do you think of the list? What songs would you add or take off?