Archive for December, 2011

The Underbelly Trilogy

The Underbelly Trilogy

| December 31, 2011

Being a native Chicagoan, I always find myself gravitating towards a good gangster film or TV show. It’s just comes with the territory of being able to walk down near the alley where John Dillinger was shot or hang out at the Green Mill, one of Al Capone’s hang outs that just make me connect […]

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Alleged

Alleged

| December 30, 2011

Set against the infamous Scopes monkey trial of the 1920s, in which a school teacher was arrested for teaching the theory of evolution in his class, Alleged tells the story of a young reporter, Charlie (Nathan West; Miracle), who is assigned to cover the trial. Along for the ride, is Charlie’s precocious girlfriend, Rose (Ashley […]

The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret: Season 1

The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret: Season 1

| December 29, 2011

David Cross has very few blemishes on his record. With a very successful–and formidable–stand-up comedy career as his primary position, he managed to be involved in some of television’s most innovative comedy shows. He was a writer for The Ben Stiller Show, a writer and star of HBO’s Mr. Show, and a co-star in FOX’s […]

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UFC – Ultimate Fight Collection 2011 Edition

UFC – Ultimate Fight Collection 2011 Edition

| December 29, 2011

Tomorrow night, the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will finish their historic 2011 run of fight cards with UFC 141, which features a #1 contender bout between Heavyweight Championship contenders Alistair Overeem and former UFC Heavyweight Champion, Brock Lesnar. Before heading into 2012, which is sure to bring just as many, if not more, memorable bouts […]

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Downton Abbey, Season 2

Downton Abbey, Season 2

| December 29, 2011

The Primetime Emmy® Award winning series from Julian Fellowes (Gosford Park) returns to Masterpiece Classic on Sunday, January 8th, 2012. Starring Maggie Smith, Hugh Bonneville, Elizabeth McGovern, Dan Stevens, and a host of remarkable actors, we return to this turn-of-the-century period piece just as World War I intrudes upon the lives of our favorite characters. […]

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The Simpsons The Fourteenth Season

The Simpsons The Fourteenth Season

| December 29, 2011

The Simpsons The Fourteenth Season Whoo-hoo! After a long, inconsolable break, a new installment of Simpsons season releases has finally arrived. Many critics have claimed for years that The Simpsons have gone downhill, that the writing has become increasingly lackluster. But any true fan, as well as your average television viewer will discover, Season Fourteen […]

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The Looney Tunes Show Season 1, Volume 2

The Looney Tunes Show Season 1, Volume 2

| December 28, 2011

On December 30th, 2011, Warner Bros. unleashes the second half of the first season of The Looney Tunes Show. This half-hour animated comedy series starring Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck is no longer confined to 7-minute shorts. Bugs and Daffy are out of the woods and living in the suburbs among such colorful neighbors as […]

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NEWS…..GRAMMY GARAGE BANDS…..PARIAH……LION KING 1 1/2….AND MORE….

NEWS…..GRAMMY GARAGE BANDS…..PARIAH……LION KING 1 1/2….AND MORE….

| December 28, 2011

FROM YOUR GARAGE TO GRAMMY® LIVE!” CBS launches From Your Garage To Grammy® Live! online contest, which gives aspiring bands the chance of a lifetime. Through January 2, 2012, bands can visit CBS.com/band to submit their videos for a chance to be featured online during Grammy® Live! From your garage to Grammy® Live is a […]

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Fairy Tail: Part Two

Fairy Tail: Part Two

| December 27, 2011

Fairy Tail, one of the best animes to be released in years, is back. In this next volume of Fairy Tail, Natsu, Lucy, Gray, Erza, Happy and the rest of the Fairy Tail Guild are back to fight villains, each other, and repercussions of their own past. This set delves deeper into the characters and […]

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Chop

Chop

| December 26, 2011

Trent Haaga is perhaps best known to hardcore horror fans as the writer of the notorious Deadgirl, one of the most controversial horror films of the past decade. However, before penning disturbing stories about undead sex objects, Haaga paid his dues working at Troma, the legendary independent film company known more for playing undead sex […]