I have a lot of TV shows that I like, but there are only a few that I will really make an honest effort to watch, not matter what, and one of them is Once Upon a Time. Even though there are some very cheesy moments in it that would taste good with a box of wine, it’s a decent show. And there are some wonderfully complex characters on there that allow for some major angsty moments. But lately some of the characters are just a little, well, stagnant. I say when in doubt, bring in Shakespeare. The Bard’s plays are just as much a part of our collective consciousness as the tales used in OUAT, but some of the characters are just dying to be added. So here are five who I think would have a shot. Read More Five Shakespearean Characters Who Ought to Be on Once Upon a Time
Today, my friends, is the first day of my favorite month of the year. If you’ve been a regular reader of the site, my love for horror movies and spooky gobbilty-goo is probably familiar to you. If you’re not: Hello, my name is Slay, and I love horror movies and spooky gobbility-goo. In honor of the most wonderful time of the year, we’ll be running a daily slot devoted to all things that go bump in the night (and sometimes bump in the day, too). This is as close as I’ll get to my childhood dream of hosting late night B-horror movies on access cable.
So I’m sure you’re saying to yourself, ‘Slay, what should I be looking forward to watching on tv this month?” The answer is – plenty. Read More 31 Days of Halloween with Slay — Day 1, What to Look for on TV
Earlier in the season, Coco Papy talked about this fall’s woman-friendly new shows and how that all that was given to us was complete bupkis. In this void of quality entertainment, a few gems have emerged, though. Ladies, I give you the State of the
Union Fall TV 2011 Address.