Earlier this year we got a new ab-heavy take on Frankenstein’s monster with I, Frankenstein. Now we’re about to lay eyes on a new, somewhat heroic take on Dracula with Dracula Untold. With these two examples in mind, perhaps the time has come to put a new coat of paint on some of our older movie monsters. Variety, after all, is the spice of… Continue reading Other Old-School Villains Who Need a Makeover, from Gremlins to the Phantom
After being booted from ABC Daytime in favor of food-based talk show, “The Chew” in 2011, “All My Children” has found a home online. The soap will make its triumphant return April 29 at The Online Network, which streams for free on Hulu, Hulu Plus, and iTunes.
Not only did the soap find a new home base at Prospect Park’s The Online Network
Vikings have gotten a bad rap.
So says Michael Hirst, creator and writer of History’s epic nine-part series “Vikings,” premiering Sunday, March 3. The show explores the complex society of the Norseman as it was near the end of the eighth century. Yes, the Vikings were often large, hulking figures who specialized in violent conquests of neighboring lands while taking pillaging and plundering to new heights. But they were merely surviving