<New York City's Top Hotels - Special Rates!

Oct 20 2014

Guess Who’s Coming Back to The Real Housewives of New York!

If you don’t know by now, I’m crazy for my Real Housewives … from Atlanta to Beverly Hills, and from New Jersey to New York. And, as disappointed as I was that Bethenny Frankel’s talk show Bethenny didn’t succeed, that’s as happy as I am about the news that she’s rejoining The Real Housewives of New York for season seven of the hit reality series.

Oct 19 2014

The Affair – “102” Review. Jam, Fish, and Horsies, Oh My!

“102” does an excellent job of furthering The Affair’s main story line, giving us important character development and backstories. The cinematography, in particular, is breathtaking, especially in the opening sequence. The Affair’s writers have stepped up their game, making Noah and Alison more relatable and easy to form a connection with. I was completely engrossed in the entire episode and at the end of the hour, I was left wanting more…much, much more.

Oct 19 2014

Homeland – “Iron in the Fire” Review. The Reason Behind Bachman’s Death.

Wow, what a game changer “Iron in the Fire” is! And, in more ways than one with two giant reveals in this fourth episode of the season!

Oct 19 2014

Video – The Vampire Diaries – “Black Hole Sun” Trailer

Tune in to The Vampire Diaries, Thursdays at 8/7c only on The CW.

Oct 19 2014

Video – The Originals “Every Mother’s Son” Clip

The Originals airs Mondays at 8/7c only on The CW. You don’t want to miss it!

Oct 18 2014

Big Driver – A Lifetime Original Movie Review. Twisted and Provocative.

Throw logic out the window and sit down for an intensely twisted, suspenseful, and mind bending 88 minutes. Big Driver is based on the novella of the same name by Stephen King. What transpires during Big Driver will have you guessing and suspecting everyone before the truth is revealed at the very end.

Oct 18 2014

The Vampire Diaries – “Welcome to Paradise” Review. There’s Always Room for Jell-O (Shots)!

Although “Welcome to Paradise” answers a few questions, it doesn’t satisfy my appetite for the TVD of old.

Oct 18 2014

Haven — “The Old Switcheroo, Part 2” Recap. Brother Troubles and Seeing Double.

I am digging this body switching trouble. As we saw in last week’s “The Old Switcheroo, Part 1,” several people were switched. Duke (Eric Balfour) is now in Nathan’s (Lucas Bryant) body. These two switching roles makes this some very entertaining TV. Confusion runs rampant in “The Old Switcheroo, Part 2.”

Oct 16 2014

SNEAK PEEK: Haven “Old Switcheroo Part 2″ and Behind the Scenes “Old Switcheroo Part 1″

In “Old Switcheroo Part 2,” Duke and Nathan devise a plan to stop Mara in the hopes of saving Audrey. And get a behind-the-scenes look at how Dwight and Gloria switched bodies.

Oct 16 2014

Frank Langella to Join the Cast of FX’s The Americans

I was thrilled to read the news this morning that Frank Langella is joining the cast of FX’s hugely successful drama series, The Americans, which returns to our TV screens this coming January.

Oct 15 2014

American Horror Story: Freak Show – “Massacres and Matinees” Retrospective. Darkness on the Edge of Town.

Unflinching, eerie, and disturbing are just some of the words that best describe “Massacres and Matinees.” In yet another fascinating attempt to explore the depths of the human experience through violence and horror, the fourth season of American Horror Story (AHS) continues doing an admirable job of putting a lot of twists in its 1950s era freak show subject matter.

Oct 15 2014

The Originals –“Alive and Kicking” Review. Sibling Rivalry.

I enjoyed “Alive and Kicking.” Hayley is coming into her own, Klaus is going on the rampage, and new allies are being formed in the vamp community.

Oct 15 2014

Syfy Acquires New Original Series Dark Matter

Syfy announced it has acquired the new original series Dark Matter, which will be produced by Prodigy Pictures (Lost Girl, XIII) and created by Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie (Stargate franchise). In Dark Matter, the crew of a derelict spaceship is awakened from stasis with no memories of who they are or how they got on board.

Oct 15 2014

ABC Family’s 25 Days of Christmas 2014 Programming Lineup

“Countdown to 25 Days of Christmas” airs Sunday, November 23 – Sunday, November 30. Then from December 1 – 25, viewers can ring in the holidays with new holiday episodes of original series, holiday specials and returning favorites. This year, “25 Days of Christmas” will feature original holiday episodes of comedy series “Melissa and Joey,” and “Baby Daddy.” And for the first time, holiday episodes of drama series “Pretty Little Liars,” “The Fosters,” “Switched at Birth,” and “Chasing Life” will also make their debut during the week of December 8.

Oct 15 2014

Syfy’s Docu-Series Town of the Living Dead Welcomes Guest Star Horror Icon Robert Englund

Horror icon Robert Englund – Freddy Krueger on Nightmare on Elm Street – will guest star on Syfy’s new comedic docuseries Town of the Living Dead, airing Tuesday, November 11, and Tuesday, November 18, both episodes at 10PM (ET/PT).

Oct 15 2014

Castle – “Clear & Present Danger” Recap. Cuttlefish and the Invisible Man?

Deals with the devil, unseen entities, and delayed bedroom Olympics make this week’s Castle, “Clear & Present Danger,” a fun and interesting episode. While Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) begin to get their relationship back to normal, a mysterious murder with even more bizarre roots puts the brakes on their sexy time and raises concerns about the supernatural.

Oct 15 2014

Sleepy Hollow – “Go Where I Send Thee” Retrospective. My Soul to Take.

“Go Where I Send Thee” spins a darker yarn about the legend of the “Pied Piper” (Ryan Gray). A local family, the Lancasters, are cursed and when young Sara Lancaster-Weiss (Abigail Cornell) goes missing, her mother Beth (Francie Swift) is tormented…but it isn’t for the reasons you think.

Oct 14 2014

The Blacklist – “Dr. Linus Creel” Retrospective. I’ve Got MAO-A 2R.

When normal everyday people suddenly turn into hardened criminals, Reddington (James Spader) believes it’s part of a mind control experiment run by the U.S. Government. Using social psychology, the government unlocks the ”extreme warrior gene” that triggers aggressive anti-social behavior but Agent Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) isn’t convinced.

Oct 14 2014

The Walking Dead – “No Sanctuary” Review. Where Everyone’s MacGyver.

“No Sanctuary” takes it to the extreme. As season premieres go, I’m blown away.

Oct 13 2014

Syfy Teams Up With Matt Damon and Ben Affleck’s Pearl Street Films for INCORPORATED

Syfy announced it is partnering with Matt Damon and Ben Affleck’s Pearl Street Films and CBS Television Studios to develop Incorporated, a futuristic espionage thriller set in a world where corporations have seemingly unlimited power.

Oct 13 2014

American Horror Story Gets a Fifth Season Installment

American Horror Story: Freak Show has broken all ratings records for FX with its premiere episode last Wednesday night (10/8/14, 10-11:32PM). In light of that record-setting performance, FX has rewarded American Horror Story with a 13-episode order for the fifth and next installment of the show, which will debut in October 2015…

Oct 13 2014

Syfy’s ASCENSION Three Night – Six Hour Limited Series Event Premieres December 15

“Ascension” is an ambitious original drama following a covert U.S. space mission launched in the 1960’s that sent hundreds of men, women and children on a century-long voyage aboard the starship Ascension to populate a new world. Half way into their journey, as they approach the point of no return, the mysterious murder of a young woman causes the ship’s population to question the true nature of their mission.

Oct 12 2014

The Affair Season Premiere – “101” Review. Two Differing Viewpoints.

The salacious side of me is responsible for me watching Showtime’s new drama, The Affair. I was expecting a fun, sexy look at an affair between two married people but it is not at all what I expected. The Affair is a somber tale of what happens when two people, who are supposedly in love with their spouses, meet at a diner in Montauk, Long Island and begin a romantic affair. What drives them to it and where it ends hopefully will make The Affair another big hit for Showtime.

Oct 12 2014

Homeland – “Shalwar Kameez” Review. Carrie 2.0.

“Shalwar Kameez” does a good job of moving this season’s story lines ahead, and cementing Homeland as appointment TV once again.

Oct 10 2014

The Vampire Diaries – “Yellow Ledbetter” Review. Crossword Puzzles Suck.

I can’t say “Yellow Ledbetter” redeems last season’s catastrophes but it’s definitely a step in the right direction.

Oct 09 2014

Troian Bellisario To Guest Star on USA Network’s Suits

USA Network announced today that Troian Bellisario is set to guest star on Suits next season. Bellisario is engaged to Suits star Patrick J Adams whom she met when they both performed in the play Equivocation. Adams had made an appearance on Bellisario’s show Pretty Little Liars in 2010 and many felt it was only a matter of time until Bellisario returned the favor.

Oct 09 2014

On the Red Carpet — American Horror Story: Freak Show Premiere Interviews

In carny speak – Step right up, folks; step right up! Your Entertainment Corner attended the red carpet premiere for American Horror Story: Freak Show and we are bringing our interviews to you!

Oct 08 2014

American Horror Story: Freak Show – “Monsters Among Us” Review. A Helluva Show!

Step right up, folks; step right up to the most amazing show in town! American Horror Story: Freak Show (AHS: Freak Show) steps into a darker realm with its chilling season premiere complete with what some might call “monsters.” And a carnival side show wouldn’t be complete without clowns…but Twisty the Clown (John Carroll Lynch) is unlike any clown you ever want to encounter. AHS: Freak Show will excite and terrify you in the season premiere “Monsters Among Us.” Enter the tent if you dare.

Oct 08 2014

The Goldbergs – “The Facts of Bleeping Life” Retrospective. Sha-la-la-la

“The Facts of Bleeping Life” has one of my favorite openings for The Goldbergs as we get a glimpse of how both Adam (Sean Giambrone) and Barry (Troy Gentile) see themselves in their minds and then cut to the reality of their musical skills.

Oct 08 2014

The Originals –“Rebirth” Review. A New Day In The Quarter.

With quite a few new faces joining The Originals this season, things are certainly looking up.

Oct 08 2014

The Blacklist – “Dr. James Covington” Retrospective. The Doctor is In.

When the body of a criminal is found in an ally with his internal organs missing, the police assume someone was out for revenge. Amused by their conclusion, Reddington (James Spader) informs Agent Keen (Megan Boone) that this is the work of Dr. Covington (Ron Cephas Jones), a disgraced surgeon who lost his license after someone died. Disgraced, Covington now runs an illegal organ transplant ring catering to criminals and wealthy clients. But, is there more behind Covington’s motives?

Oct 08 2014

Castle – “Montreal” Recap. Toys and Crazy Theories.

Before we dive into the ‘Where was Richard Castle’ mystery, let’s get into the murder of the week. What’s a good Castle episode without a great murder mystery to solve and in “Montreal,” we get a good one. Not that murder is good but this is a juicy case and not just because they find the body of Wally Williger in the water. Wally was the CEO of a toy company and the investigation leads Beckett and Castle to his office to make inquiries. Toys and Castle equal SQUIRREL! Yeah, while Beckett is doing her job asking questions, Castle is playing with all the toys.

Oct 07 2014

Sleepy Hollow – “Root of All Evil” Review. Two Sides of the Coin.

We know of Judas’ betrayal of Jesus for the small sum of 30 pieces of silver from the Bible. And, during the American Revolution, dark forces used 30 “Tyrian shekels” to turn the tides, even making a traitor out of one of the most loyal of subjects, Benedict Arnold (Scott Poythress). And here we thought old Benedict was nothing but a turn coat, but the way Sleepy Hollow’s writers spin the tale, Benedict didn’t betray his country of his own volition.

Oct 07 2014

Witches of East End – Season Finale “Box to the Future” and “For Whom the Spell Tolls” Retrospective. All Good Things.

After watching the Witches of East End season two finale, make no mistake about it. In the world of the supernatural genre, the writers know how to weave a well-driven ensemble piece with evolving characters and storytelling that pushes boundaries. In the aftermath of the thrilling two-hour season finale (episodes “Box to the Future” and “For Whom the Spell Tolls”), I’m still processing the weight of the surprising turn of events, as well as the impact they will have on the future of the series as a whole. ‘Darkness is rising’ is not only the theme for season two, it’s the foundation for so much that transpires in the finale. Episodic writers Richard Hatem and Maggie Friedman go all out with shocking revelations and heartbreaking losses.

Oct 06 2014

The Strain Season Finale – “The Master” Review. Ancient Feud.

My hopes were high for an intense, drama laden season finale but “The Master” doesn’t deliver. There are moments in the season finale that capture my interests, but the majority of the episode lacks any grip. I’ll compare it to a 7-layer dip. When you sink your tortilla chip into the very top and plunge down, hoping to get every single delicious layer only to have your chip break halfway through … well, this is how I felt when I finished watching “The Master.”

Older posts «

Copy Protected by Chetans WP-Copyprotect.