Author: DanielWRasmus

America’s Got Talent: The Champions Reveals The Best of the Best [Video]

America’s Got Talent: The Champions Reveals The Best of the Best NBC’s America’s Got Talent continues to demonstrate its commitment to the “bigger America” by hosting America’s Got Talent: The Champions which over the last several weeks has honed down winners and wildcards from the global shows, including the U.S. and the U.K. Key highlights […]

The Magicians Interviews 2018: Comic-Con International: San Diego

Cover photo credit and caption: COMIC-CON INTERNATIONAL: SAN DIEGO — “The Magicians Press Room” — Pictured: (l-r) Hale Appleman, Stella Maeve, Jason Ralph, Olivia Taylor Dudley, Sera Gamble, John McNamara — (Photo by: Tibrina Hobson/SYFY) The Magicians Interviews 2018 Now that we are into Season 4 of SyFy’s magicians, these interviews from Comic-Con International: San Diego […]

Star Trek: Discovery Season 2—The Review So Far

Star Trek: Discovery Season 2—The Review So Far Leading into Star Trek: Discovery Season 2…As we left the intrepid U.S.S. Discovery it had received a distress call. That call came from Captain Christopher Pike (Anson Mount) and his U.S.S. Enterprise. Where We Have Landed So Far It turns out the Enterprise had suffered from catastrophic […]

Review: Mars Season 2

Review: Mars Season 2 First of all, thank you to NatGeo and Mars Season 2 for throwing the best Comic-Con party a couple of years in a row. Dancing astronauts on stilts. Magical. Second, I liked Mars Season 1. It was fresh, a little detached as a docudrama should be and it included several obstacles […]

Review: Netflix Original Travelers

The future is fucked. A sentient AI comes up with a scheme to fix it by changing the past. This AI is called “The Director.”  The Director sends the consciousness of volunteers back in time to occupy the bodies of people who history records as dying at a specific time and place. Those people form […]

Day 7: Home Alone [with Home Alone Again with the Google Assistant]

Day 7: Home Alone For pure childish fun in a world of irresponsible, cruel and dysfunctional adults, there is no better matchup than Chris Columbus and John Hughes—and yes, I’m talking Home Alone. Macaulay Culkin became the icon for latchkey as Kevin McCallister. Since the 1990s children have learned how to defend themselves from robbers […]

Day 3: Iron Man 3

Day 3: Iron Man 3 Iron Man 3 is a film about redemption. It begins in Switzerland as an earlier version of Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) flaunts his billionaire status with playboy fervor. Attending a New Year’s Eve party he whisks a beautiful researcher off to his room and simultaneously blows off and alienates […]

Day 2: Die Hard

Day 2: Die Hard This week’s The Goldbergs episode, titled, Yippee Ki Yay Melon Farmer, reminded its viewers that the 1998 Bruce Willis classic Die Hard is the ultimate Christmas action movie. Here’s the set-up. NYPD officer John McClane flies to Los Angeles to see his estranged wife, Holly McClane (Bonnie Bedelia) for Christmas. While Willis […]

Review: Marvel’s Daredevil Season 3 on Netflix

Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) is back. The only problem, he’s supposed to be dead. As we all know from the comics dead rarely if ever equates to permanent death, and Murdock’s death in Marvel’s Daredevil Season 3 on Netflix also proves unreliable. In the season opener, viewers find a battered Murdock returned to his roots […]

Quick Take Review: Van Helsing Season 3. Missed the show? Connect today with these San Diego Comic-Con Insights

Quick Take Review: Van Helsing Season 3 The idea of Van Helsing originates with Bram Stoker’s original take on Dracula and Vampires. The well-respected Dutch academic who plays a role in the ultimate demise of Dracula. SyFy’s take on Van Helsing leverages little but the good doctor’s name and context of vampires.  This version of […]