The latest round of voting takes place here. Sorry this is so late; I’m under the weather and swamped with unexpected tasks. The “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” review will also be late. The titles that will definitely make it into round 2 include The 4400, Banner of the Stars, Batman Beyond, Galaxy Express 999, Kolchak: The Night Stalker, Sarah Jane Adventures, Six Million Dollar Man, Sliders and Stargate: Atlantis. The newest elimination is Hayate the Combat Butler.
This week’s island-centric episode highlights the transformations of Oliver Queen and Slade Wilson.
Mar 03, 2014
Excellent character development or opposite-the-Oscars throwaway?
The complete list of nominations and wins can be found here. Gravity was the big winner from the genre and non-genre entertainment perspectives, although it was not chosen for Best Picture.
This month, we introduce, but do not yet prove, the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra. You can read it all here.
I have a meanness in me, real as an organ. Slit me at my belly and it might slide out, meaty and dark, drop on the floor so you could stomp on it.
Gillian Flynn’s 2009 bestseller takes its readers on a dark thrill ride as Libby Day, childhood survivor of a massacre blamed on Satanists, questions the events of the night and her own memories and testimony.
The film, starring Charlize Theron, Chloë Moretz, and Christina Hendricks (of Mad Men and Firefly fame), will be in theaters come September. Fans of suspenseful, dark mysteries will want to read the book first.
We have now voted on 128 different TV series, leaving 64 to go. At most, 122 titles will move on to round two. (We have room for up to eight “wild card” submissions from readers, and have six thus far.) At this point, we can identify some titles that are definitely eliminated, and 58 titles that will definitely progress. (We could have announced some sooner, but I wanted to be a little more vague about their positions in the tournament.) Those titles are below. In the meantime, you can vote for the next batch of titles here.