7 items from 2016
Yeah, sure, but who cares? We got not one but two performances from living legend Dolly Parton, a mildly amusing bit of filler in which Jane Lynch got Blake Shelton and Miley Cyrus to sing into a fun-house microphone and an appearance by Pentatonix that makes me wonder if the Peacock Net might be considering a relaunch/reboot/revival of The Sing-Off. (I mean,they brought back Heroes for a minute, so anything’s possible. »
Soon, the blood will flow on The Voice stage like it’s pouring out of the creepy elevator from The Shining.
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I’m sorry if that image is more in keeping with the spirit of Halloween than Thanksgiving, but facts are facts (regardless of what you might have heard on the Internet).
And indeed, in a mere two weeks — on Dec. 6, to be exact — four artists will go directly to the guillotine, with an equal number of vocalists advancing to the finale. (A double elimination on Nov. »
Remember like two weeks ago when everyone in The Voice-aloonie nation was convinced Adam Levine’s team was weaker than an infant hamster with a severe case of ennui?
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I’m not exactly sure what happened… Actually, that’s a lie. Questionable calls in the Knockout Rounds, inscrutable saves in the dashed-off Live Playoffs, and the undeniable power of bro-dom all dovetailed so the Maroon 5 frontman had the least stressful night of any participant in the Season 11 proceedings.
Granted, Adam’s country combatant, Josh Gallagher, could probably »
I will not use the words “rigged” and “election” in the same sentence this week — Gack! Just Did! — but nevertheless, I suspect history won’t look too kindly on The Voice‘s “historic” decision to use real-time voting (and same-night eliminations) for Season 11 Top 20 performance night.
Do I think Mark Burnett and the good folks at NBC decided to shake up the format in order to favor heavily promoted front-runners over dangerous dark horses? There’s no real evidence to support that theory.
But with presidential election results pouring in Tuesday night, »
Thought to be one of a new generation of horror filmmakers taking the genre into a welcome Renaissance, Mike Flanagan spent many years cutting his teeth directing television in the ten years between his second and third films. While his 2011 thriller Absentia did find a cult following, it wasn’t until his next film Oculus premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2013 when Hollywood started to take notice.
Ouija: Origin of Evil takes its prequel status quite literally by shifting the story back to 1967 when a single widowed mother Alice Zander (Elizabeth Reaser) and her two daughters are helping to pay the rent by holding rigged séances. When Alice brings home a Ouija board and immediately starts to break the “rules” of “playing, »
- Edward Douglas
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced the Blu-ray and DVD release of The Flash: The Complete Second Season, which includes all twenty-three episodes, plus over three hours of bonus features.
See Also: Order The Flash: The Complete Second Season via Amazon Us or Amazon UK
Last season, the S.T.A.R. Labs Particle Accelerator exploded, creating a dark matter storm that struck forensic scientist Barry Allen — bestowing him with super-speed and making him the fastest man alive. But Barry wasn’t the only person who was given extraordinary abilities that night. The dark matter also created meta-humans — many of whom have wreaked havoc on the city. With the help of the S.T.A.R Labs team, Caitlin Snow, Cisco Ramon and Dr. Harrison Wells, Barry protects the people of Central City from these powerful new threats as The Flash. Following the defeat of Allen’s arch-nemesis »
- Gary Collinson
Burbank, CA (May 31, 2016) – Just in time for the third season premiere of the #1 show on The CW, catch (if you can) the release of The Flash: The Complete Second Season as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases the next installment of the series on Blu-rayTM (including Digital HD) and DVD on September 6, 2016. Fans will be able to watch all 23 electrifying episodes from the second season, as well as the Arrow crossover episode, plus three hours of extra content, including behind-the-scenes featurettes, deleted scenes, and a gag reel. The Flash: The Complete Second Season is priced to own at $49.99 Srp for the DVD and $54.97 Srp for the Blu-rayTM.
Last season, the S.T.A.R. Labs Particle Accelerator exploded, creating a dark matter storm that struck forensic scientist Barry Allen — bestowing him with super-speed and making him the fastest man alive. But Barry wasn’t the only person who was given extraordinary abilities that night. »
- ComicMix Staff
7 items from 2016
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