11 items from 2015
Farewell Ryan Hardy. The Following has left the building. Here's our review of its dizzying final two episodes...
This review contains spoilers.
3.14 Dead Or Alive & 3.15 The Reckoning
It's amazing to think of where The Following would have ended up going in its fourth season, but it looks as though it won't get the chance. Since the Lilly Gray season, I've had a vague idea in which Ryan Hardy becomes a killer, determined to hunt down the other killers. Of course the show manages to spring that on the viewing audience at the end of the third season, when it's already buried in some creepy basement under a serial killer's house. Still, it makes for a thrilling final episode, and even knowing that it's done (barring a reprieve from Netflix or Hulu, which I doubt will happen), the final moments of The Following on Fox offer a thrilling vision of what »
I feel like we should be praising Ryan Hardy after the series finale of The Following. But I'm getting ahead of myself. In the first hour, "Dead or Alive," Ryan puts all of his loved ones in protective custody, but can former agent Mendez and her family survive the wrath of Theo and Daisy? And in the final hour, "The Reckoning," the tables are turned as Theo kidnaps Ryan and wants to seek revenge for Penny's death. Meanwhile, it seems there's another mole in the FBI who is working with an unexpected group.
Last night, Fox dropped the new promo/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "The Following" series finale episodes 14 and 15, and it gives us new looks at some very drama-filled and intense stuff as the violence reaches its maximum with Theo while Ryan gets closer to hunting him down, and more! Episode 14 is titled, "Dead Or Alive," and episode 15 is labeled, "The Reckoning." In the new 14th and 15th episodes official description: "The FBI hunt for Theo is going to continue and the stakes will be higher than ever as some of their own come under attack. As suspicions rise, alliances will be shaken and no one is safe in the harrowing final heart-stopping moments on the all-new, special two-hour "Dead or Alive/The Reckoning" Series Finale episode of The Following. " The series finale episodes 14 and 15 are scheduled to air on Monday night, May 18th at 7pm central time on Fox. »
- Andre Braddox
Recently, Fox released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "The Following" series finale episodes 14 and 15. Episode 14 is titled, "Dead Or Alive," and episode 15 is labeled, "The Reckoning," and it turns out that we're going to see some very intense and drama-filled stuff as the series closes out with Ryan making the ultimate sacrifice at one point while the chase for Theo continues, and more! In the new 14th and 15th episodes press release: The Chase For Theo Continues And Ryan Hardy Makes The Ultimate Sacrifice On The Two-hour Series Finale Of "The Following." Press release number 2: The FBI hunt for Theo will continue and the stakes are going to be higher than ever as some of their own come under attack. As suspicions rise, alliances will be shaken and no one will be safe in the harrowing final heart-stopping moments on the all-new, special two-hour "Dead or Alive »
The future of law enforcement is heading to Machimima, with the digital entertainment platform announcing a new live-action webseries entitled RoboCops.
Here’s the official series description…
“Dead or alive, you’re coming with me.” Ocp’s Security Concepts Division’s RoboCop program is back in an all-new, short-form limited web series, based on Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s 1987 classic action film. RoboCop returns to Delta City where viewers ride along with the now standard-issue RoboCop officers as they respond to calls from dispatch. Tapping into current themes of the surveillance state, the series is shot from the first person point of view of the RoboCop officers’ heads up display, along with security cameras, dash-cams, and drones.
See Also: Machinima adaptating DC’s Dial H For Hero, launching DC’s Hero Project reality show
As well as the three original movies and 2014 remake, the RoboCop franchise has previously spawned two live-action series in »
- Gary Collinson
Machinima's debut at the Digital Content Newfronts was nothing short of "heroic" as they unveiled a programming slate designed to elevate and celebrate a global community of gamer, comic and hero fans. Partnerships with Blue Ribbon Content and DC Entertainment, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Clive Barker, Roberto Orci and Bunim/Murray Productions, along with some of Machinima's leading creator talent, showcase Machinima's commitment to developing content across all genres, formats and platforms. Here's what Machinima CEO Chad Gutstein had to say in a statement.
"Fandom and gaming engenders so much passion and engagement; it's a cultural shift uniquely connecting with the most valuable millennials. It's this deep connection to our audience that has made Machinima the ninth largest video entertainment platform in the United States, and the second most watched programmer on YouTube. With our new slate, we are reminding our fans and our clients of one very important fact: Machinima is back! »
RelatedRevenge Ep Explains Victoria’s Return, Talks Emily’s Series Finale ‘Reckoning’
While hunting down Mason Treadwell in an attempt to clear her name, Amanda learned that he’d been hiding out in a trailer with a lady friend — and not just any lady friend; according to eyewitnesses, this lady friend looked “regal,” with a penchant for giant sunglasses. Sound familiar?
Violating the rules of her house »
With Failure to Connect, we asked our writers what games they were unable to connect with, regardless of their fiscal and critical success. For the month of May we will attempt to explore this issue in detail on a case by case basis.
When I first saw the new Lara Croft way back in 2011, I could scarcely contain my excitement. As someone who had never really gotten into the series during it’s soaring Psx days, this reboot looked primed to be a key entry point. On top of that, the hyper-sexualized Lara Croft of the past had seemingly disappeared completely, replaced by a realistic depiction of a woman who, while undeniably athletic and symmetrically designed, did not represent an immature ideal of female body image. The latter specifically excited me as someone who had spent many years defending the validity of my hobby to naysayers; at last, the absurd »
- Mike Worby
Produced by 3 Hounds Productions, Littlefield Company, Mhs Productions, Paramount Networks Television Productions
Aired on The WB for 1 season (15 episodes, 4 Unaired) from September 19, 2002 – December 5, 2002
Penn Badgley as Joel Larsen
Angela Goethals as Cheryl Larsen
Josh Wise as Pat Brody
Natasha Melnick as Isabelle Meyers
Michael Milhoan as Bill Larsen
Gigi Rice as Karen Larsen
After enduring a jolt to the head from defibrillator paddles, a depressed paper salesman named Joel Larsen is sent back 20 years into his fifteen-year-old body, where he is given a second chance at life to do everything he never allowed himself to do the first time around, including helping out his drug addict sister from going down a bad road and saving his parents’ marriage. Joel quickly adjusts to his new status as a teen, now with knowledge of the future, and lives »
- Jean Pierre Diez
Let’s get one thing straight right off the bat: I’m a huge supporter of Playstation Now.
Netflix, Spotify, Marvel Unlimited – show me a subscription service for content I want and I’ll show you my wallet. When it comes to film, TV, music and comics, roughly 90% of what I consume nowadays is streamed or downloaded. Physical media? Pah!
Games, obviously, are the sticking point. Sure, there’s digital downloads available on every platform (even Nintendo), yet it’s the one area I normally always go for the disc release. Why is that? Well, price plays a large part of it for starters. When I’m dropping £30-40 on a title, I want to really get my money’s worth. Whether this means trading it in against a future purchase or just sharing a game amongst friends, there’s not enough of an incentive right now to go fully digital for me. »
- Tariq Ashkanani
With the PlayStation Plus monthly additions already out in the open – set to be made available today on PlayStation Store – Sony has switched gears to detail the newcomers to the company’s subscription-based PlayStation Now service for the month of April.
Encompassing five games in total, the content update is headlined by Naughty Dog’s acclaimed threequel, Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, along with Housemarque’s rather excellent twin-stick shooter, Super Stardust HD. If high-octane fighting games are your cup of tea, fear not, for April will also herald the ability to stream the likes of Ninja Gaiden Sigma and Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate, while the Ps Now content pack is rounded out by VooFoo Studios’ billiards-styled title, Hustle Kings.
As Sony continues to bolster the service with each passing month, the company has confirmed that this month for the first time PlayStation Now can be accessed on Sony Blu-Ray players in the States, »
- Michael Briers
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