Monthly Archives: October 2017

Z Nation Season 4 Premiere Review: Warren’s Dream

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Z Nation returns to Syfy with Season 4 But the Season Premiere is a Bit Off the Mark Z Nation Season 4 Premiere review Season 4, Ep. 01 – ‘Warren’s Dream’ | Aired Sept. 26, 2016 by TS Alan Last season two-part opener,‘No Mercy’ & ‘No Frackin Mercy’ flashback episodes left audiences with a feeling that the writers may have run out of story ideas, because viewers had to wait until episode three to get any answers in regard to the season two cliffhanger. Though that wasn’t the case this season opener, but the episode for the most part leaves ...

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The Walking Dead Season 8 Premiere Review: Mercy

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Rick Grimes and the Allied Communities Begin their War on the Saviors But Rick’s Flash-forward Sequences Mar What Could Have Been a Perfect Episode. The Walking Dead Season 8 Premiere review Season 8, Ep. 01 – ‘Mercy’ | Aired October 22, 2017 by TS Alan I’m taking a different approach on this review. I’m giving readers two lists: 8 Reasons Why I liked the Walking Dead Season 8 Premiere and 8 Reasons Why I Dislike the 100th episode. 8 Reasons Why I Like the Episode: Rick has finally made a real plan, including anticipating Negan’s counter moves. Carl at the ...

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Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 Panel NYCC 2017

Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 Panel NYCC 2017 | Zombie Education Alliance

Cast talk Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 And why it was pushed to a February 2018 season premiere. Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 Panel NYCC 2017 Hammerstein Ballroom Saturday, October 7th @ 12:30 pm by TS Alan It wouldn’t be a New York Comic Con Ash vs Evil Dead panel without a screening of the season opener. And after the audience was treated to the third season’s teaser trailer, Bruce Campbell came out to address the enthusiastic audience. With his usually swagger and humor, he told the audience that he knew that fans of the show attending York ...

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Why the Gun Control Bill on Bump Stocks is Dangerous

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It’s Not Just About Bump Stocks. It’s About Your Second Amendment Rights The Curbelo-Moulton Bill (H.R.3999) Seeks to Effectively Ban Most Semiautomatic Rifles By TS Alan Whether you are for or against the use of bump stocks, you should be aware that the Curbelo-Moulton Bill (H.R.3999) is not about banning the device. What the proposed legislation is truly about is taking away as much of your Second Amendment rights as possible. “To amend title 18, United States Code, to prohibit the manufacture, possession, or transfer of any part or combination of parts that is designed and functions to increase the ...

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The Walking Dead Season 8 Panel NYCC 2017

The Walking Dead Season 8 Panel NYCC 2017

Creators and Cast talk Walking Dead Season 8 And the ‘All Out War’ story arc Walking Dead Season 8 Panel NYCC 2017 The Theater at Madison Square Garden Saturday, October 7th @ 7:45 pm by TS Alan The Theater at Madison Square Garden was at its 5,500 capacity hours before the panel started. Many diehard Walking Dead fans arrived in the early morning for the queue line to vie for the choicest seats. I arrived shortly before the 2:00 PM Marvel Television Presents: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. panel. I would have loved to have gotten there earlier and acquired a ...

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Night of the Living Dead (1968) Restored Review

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George A. Romero’s classic zombie thriller gets a much needed restoration and theatrical re-release The Days when Zombies were Smart and Humans were Brain Dead Night of the Living Dead (1968) Restored review (USA, 2017) by TS Alan It had been a while since I had seen Goerge A. Romero’s 1968 seminal film Night of the Living Dead. So when the Film Forum in New York City presented a theatrical run of the new 4K restoration from the Museum of Modern Art and the Film Foundation, there was no way I was going to miss an opportunity to see it. ...

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