Need to catch up on the last 15 (!!) years’ worth of X-Men movies? They’re all on sale today. »
I pride myself on being able to figure out twists on network procedurals, but I hope this is the first and last time I have to type these objectively humiliating lines: CSI:Cyber really pulled the rug out from under me in tonight’s episode! I was genuinely surprised by what I perceived to be an unexpected twist! »
The Pied Piper gang finally has its Ari Gold, and that’s a good thing. Silicon Valley has been distinguishing itself this season by how deftly its satire straddles the line between realism and absurdism, but it’s been intermittently subdued. »
Grave of the Fireflies is among the best anime and best war movies ever made. Every time we post a deal on it, we get several comments from people saying that it brought them to tears. The Blu-ray is back down to $10 right now, so be sure to grab a copy if you haven’t yet. [Grave of the Fireflies, $10] »
Want to not get murder-kidnapped by a hyper-sexual control freak? CSI:Cyber provides a very helpful guide on what not to do: Don’t use your phone’s location services while taking selfies if you’re a 5’2 brown-haired young girl who uses social media! Duh. »
Good news, fans of the first Defender — Matt Murdock will be returning to Netflix for another season of crime fighting in and out of his red suit! But he won’t be bringing showrunner Steven DeKnight with him. »
If you’re anything like me, the moment you finished tearing your way through Daredevil on Netflix, you wanted a little Matt Murdock for your toy shelf as soon as possible. Although official Daredevil figures might be a long way off, the custom community is already making amazing figures to sell. »
Treat yourself to a movie night with a free DVD rental, or $1.50 off a Blu-ray rental from any Redbox. [ Text MOVIENIGHT to 727272 for a Free Redbox DVD Rental (or $1.50 Off a BD Rental)] »
After ordering ten-episodes of a modern take on The Wizard of Oz, then canceling the show, NBC has re-ordered and un-canceled Emerald City. Dorothy got home easier than this show got on the air.
Killing off a major character is great way to up the stakes, create suspense, and show that this story isn't going where you expect. Sometimes, a movie or TV show will go further and cast a famous name or create marketing that implies that a character will be around for a while, only for them to die almost… »
Our episode begins with Special Agent Avery Ryan (played, as always, by Oscar Winner™ Patricia Arquette) trapping and releasing a giant spider/metaphor in her office, to reiterate to viewers that she is both capable of catching devious creatures and ~compassionate~ enough to release them.
Oh, Revolution. We lamented its squandered potential after its abrupt demise last year — but it looks like there might be some small chance of the series delivering what little intriguing premise it had left. DC are teaming up with the show's creative team for a new digital comic series to wrap up the story! »
Marvel's Daredevil has a lot of things going for it — but one thing that stands out is its visceral, thrilling fight scenes. These brawls aren't just visual splendour: they help convey Matt Murdock's evolution from Vigilante to Superhero. Join us as we take a spoiler-laden look at Daredevil's important fight scenes. »
Today on Amazon, you can order the c omplete Blu-ray collection of the Battlestar Galactica reboot for $90, which is within a couple bucks of the lowest price Amazon's ever listed. That's a great frakking deal. [Battlestar Galactica: The Complete Series, $90] »
CSI:Cyber is Gizmodo’s new favorite terrible tech-tinged procedural that may or may not be written by people who have never actually seen a computer. It’s great! This compilation of buzzwords from the fourth and fifth episodes of this season is a nonsense cacophony. »
HBO’s second-most-popular returning show about shifting alliances and desperate, bold power plays in an unpredictable and vicious world on the brink of howling collapse came back last night. The second season premiere of Silicon Valley had 4000% fewer dragons than Game of Thrones and exactly two (2) fewer bare butt… »