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ALMOST HUMAN Premieres as No. 1 Broadcast Drama of the Week

Posted on 24 November 2013 by

Congrats Almost Humanites! We had a strong showing for the series premiere! It seems all that guerrilla marketing and promoting paid off! Even with the two week delay from the original date, confusing many a viewer, and making many a print magazine ‘wrong’ with their information, we still tuned in and talked about it! As [...]

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Nicole Sixx’s “Nina The Intergalactic Demon Slayer” – The Witch in the Desert

Posted on 07 October 2013 by

**New to Nina? Click here to start from the nuclear Lovecraft-ian beginning! Updated Monthly.** Gelard 9 was a primitive world that existed snugly in its own time, cut off from the rest of the universe. The inhabitants of Gelard 9 only went outside in the large protective space suits of their forefathers, the original settlers [...]

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Nicole Sixx’s “Nina The Intergalactic Demon Slayer” – The Dead Ship

Posted on 29 August 2013 by

**New to Nina? Click here to start from the nuclear Lovecraft-ian beginning! Updated Monthly.**   The ship hung silently before her, a dead cold hull floating against a speckled starry backdrop. The ship seemed to have been abandoned some time ago as it now hung there in lonesome solitude. No debris field or pulse beacon, [...]

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Nicole Sixx’s “Nina The Intergalactic Demon Slayer” – The City of Night (Part Two)

Posted on 31 July 2013 by

**New to Nina? Click here to start from the nuclear Lovecraft-ian beginning! Updated Monthly.**     Nina hated the way Clarina ate her meat. It was an act of aggression and dominance. A show put on for her benefit. All of this was a show, fine things at a fine price meant to show Nina [...]

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Nicole Sixx’s “Nina The Intergalactic Demon Slayer” – The City of Night (Part One)

Posted on 25 June 2013 by

  **New to Nina? Click here to start from the nuclear Lovecraft-ian beginning! Updated Monthly.**       Nina never slept during space travel. Her ship was fast and complex, nothing so simple as to be left to autopilot. Besides pirate ships and worse scanned ships for cryogenic support systems, easy prey for their crackers [...]

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Nicole Sixx’s “Nina The Intergalactic Demon Slayer” – The Beast in the Pit

Posted on 26 April 2013 by

  Nina’s right arm was a tapestry of destruction, an inked and toned muscled map of her kills and conquests. Monsters never before seen were forever immortalized in their horror. Monsters she had hunted and slain out here in the far reaches of space and time. There was so much darkness in the universe, and [...]

Indie News

New Indie coming out April 19th: Errors of the Human Body

Posted on 05 April 2013 by

Eron Sheean’s Errors of the Human Body follows geneticist Geoff Burton (Michael Eklund) as he obsesses over finding a cure to the rare genetic mutation that killed his infant son. Taking his research to a facility in Dresden, Germany, Burton is faced with jealous coworkers, a rekindled romance with an old flame and personal demons [...]

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Drew Roy Teases Season 3 ‘Falling Skies’

Posted on 12 February 2013 by

Falling Skies Season 3 is set to air this summer (no official date yet) and we have very little information to go on. Recently at the VES awards show, actor Drew Roy shared with Collider  some insights into the new season. Season 2 left us with a cliffhanger which included the introduction of a new [...]

TV Reviews

‘Revolution’ Mid-Season Preview: Revenge of the Republic

Posted on 09 January 2013 by

Hey everyone! It’s been a while since I’ve last posted anything since  Revolution aired its mid-season finale. But I’m back! NBC just released the new trailer for Revolution‘s mid-season return and it looks just as action-packed as ever before! For those just joining us, please take a look at all my recaps for the fall [...]

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‘Falling Skies’ Season 3 Wraps Production; Plus new photos

Posted on 20 December 2012 by

Season 3 of Falling Skies wrapped production today, just in time for cast members to get home in time for the holidays. Not much is known on what we might see in season 3 but small gifts of information have leaked out that give us a few ideas of what we might expect to see [...]

TV Reviews

‘Falling Skies’ Season 3: Jonathan Frakes rumored to direct or appear in an episode

Posted on 11 November 2012 by

Season 3 of Falling Skies is still a long way off but they continue to solidify a strong upcoming season with a new addition to the growing and broad base of actors who will be either in front of the camera or behind it. Directing or appearing in one of the final 3 episodes of [...]

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Revolution ‘The Children’s Crusade’ Review and Recap: The Lost Boys

Posted on 06 November 2012 by

Hey everyone! It’s been a while since I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing and recapping Revolution with you guys. Ironically, that’s because I lost power due to a certain storm named  Sandy. If only I had my very own pendant…Anyway, that’s not an issue anymore because power is thankfully restored and no crossbows were necessary! [...]

Behind The Scenes, TV Reviews

‘Falling Skies’ Season 3: What’s ahead for the 2nd Mass?

Posted on 24 October 2012 by

Season 3 is still 8 months away, but fans have been coming up with some very interesting theories on what might be coming for the 2nd mass and the new alien race revealed at the end of season 2. The 2nd mass made it to Charleston but it wasnt the haven they had hoped for [...]

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‘Falling Skies’ Moon Bloodgood talks with IAR about Season 3

Posted on 20 October 2012 by

Much is still unknown about season 3 of the hit TNT series Falling Skies. Recently actress Moon Bloodgood sat down with IAR and discussed a few details about season 3 and where her character Anne is going. At the end of season 2 it was revealed Anne was with child. This reveal upset many fans [...]

News

FX UK renews license to carry ‘Falling Skies’ Season 3

Posted on 12 October 2012 by

It comes as no surprise that FX UK has renewed its license agreement with Turner Entertainment (TNT) to carry season 3 of Falling Skies.  Falling Skies has been setting records worldwide. Falling Skies premiered in more than 115 global markets, achieving hit status in the United Kingdom, Australia and Latin America, among others. The premiere of [...]

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