This episode of “Teen Wolf” is all about the reveals. By the end of “The Girl Who Knew Too Much,” the audience knows the identity of the darach and the sort of creature Lydia is. Sheriff Stilinski, meanwhile, finds out a whole lot about what’s been going on.
It’s all very satisfying.
Never go in that school alone, people of “Teen Wolf”
“The Girl Who Knew Too Much” begins, like so much of… Continue reading 'Teen Wolf' recap: Important screams and the druid revealed in 'The Girl Who Knew Too Much'
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Every year, Comic-Con descends on San Diego like some kind of swirling, overly crowded, superhero-infested tropical storm. Whether you’ve nabbed a pass or you’re following it from the comfort of your home and/or cubicle, you’ll drive yourself crazy trying to keep track of all of the news coming out of convention. And the sensory overload that accompanies the amazing sights… Continue reading Comic-Con 2013: The Most Important, Intriguing, and Just Plain Cool Movie Moments
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It was all smiles from Team Blake’s season 4 champion last night at The Voice.
Danielle Bradbery had several dreams come true, winning the competition — and sharing a duet with one of her favorite artists.
“I’ve always wanted to perform with Hunter Hayes and he was so sweet and down to earth, it was just a blast up there with him,”… Continue reading Blake Shelton: Danielle Bradbery is the most important artist to walk across the ‘Voice’ stage
Think of your favorite movie villain. Now close your eyes and think of his or her voice. Is it as distinct or more significant than the character’s physical appearance?
I’d never thought a whole lot about a villain’s voice before The Dark Knight Rises came out and people started to really talk about Bane‘s voice as much as his look. Actually, it began with the release… Continue reading The Bane Debate: How Important Is a Villain's Voice?
Impatience is not a virtue, but it runs rampant on the Upper East Side. I understand this. Thus, enjoy this clip from tonight’s new episode. In it, Blair’s fawning over Prince Louis, Serena’s showing personal growth by acting mature (you’re not fooling anyone, S!), and Blair’s eating a tart (the dessert, not Dan Humphrey). But
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