- NBC’s Debut Save Me Takes a Page from ITV’s Bible: The Book of Dallas
- Let There Be Light! Sun Valley and the Sunshine State Brighten Up Our Day
- 5 TV Guardian Angels That Walk, Talk, Smite, Smoke, and Save like a Human Being
- Closeted Comedy: If You Come Out And You’re Not Famous, Does Anyone Care?
- The Top 10 Most Disastrous Movie and TV Threesomes
- Revenge Was Only The Beginning: Knerd Knews Redefines ITV News By Waving Its Geek Flag High
- 7 TV Shows & Movies That Will Make You Feel Super Special
- Livin’ Off the Fat of the Land: ITV Travel Series Next Stop Keeps It Simple
Category Archives: Show News
By Maria Kern19 Apr 2013
The second annual HollyWeb Festival and awards ceremony encompassed a weekend of screenings, discussion panels, and serious schmoozing. Festival directors Jennifer and Daniel Doherty are leading supporters of independent serial content produced for the web, and what better way to showcase a…
By Kira Hesser16 Apr 2013
Why is it that throngs of teenagers camp outside theaters for days on end in advance of Twilight premieres? Why is that fabulous little Pixar film Monsters, Inc. getting a “college years” prequel à la Saved by the Bell? The fact is that audiences love the supernatural characters in these very differe…
By Jeremy Fancher12 Apr 2013
How do you know that you’re dreaming? There is a familiar paradox about a man named Zhuang Zi, who dreams that he is a butterfly. When he wakes up, he asks himself: How am I sure that I am not actually now a butterfly dreaming that I am Zhuang Zi?
We were reminded of this paradox, somewhat of a metaphy…
By Maria Kern10 Apr 2013
The 2013 awards season came to a close over the final four days of March with the 5th Annual LA WebFest honoring the finest in online entertainment. The festival’s tagline, “The Future Is Now”, is perfectly apt considering its penchant for breaking convention.
Nominations aren’t announced prior t…
By Dan Berry09 Apr 2013
Do you remember William Russ, the actor who played Cory’s dad in Boy Meets World? He was always full of wisdom and warmth, as close to the perfect TV father as you can get. In KoldCast TV’s online meta-farce, Home at Last, the acclaimed Russ, once Ward Cleaver for Generation X, stars as “Bob,” a guy who di…
By Maria Kern08 Apr 2013
People have always used romantic comedies as primers on how to relate to the opposite sex. As the word “love” has regrettably shifted from a selfless verb to an indulgent adjective, the staple genre has likewise deteriorated into sillier fare.
We once relied on dynamic duos played by the likes of Car…
By Toby Burns04 Apr 2013
Maybe it’s the interminable economic recovery. Maybe it’s the start of the second presidential term. Maybe there’s just something in the air. Whatever the cause, the mood of politics on TV and the big screen feels decidedly heavy of late.
Shows like House of Cards and Homeland strip the political pr…
By Kira Hesser01 Apr 2013
We’ve all experienced that uber-narcissistic stage of adolescence during which we felt the extremes of gratitude when our parents weren’t home and the pangs of yearning when we couldn’t wait for them to leave.
Whether that stemmed from a desire to engage in illicit activities or not, the coveted ho…
By Toby Burns26 Mar 2013
Few demographics are prone to as much scrutiny as tweens, that impressionable age group of nine to twelve year olds experiencing their first pangs of independence, yet still wholly reliant on mom and dad. Not quite past puberty, the tween, or “in-between” kid conjures up images of falsetto boy band…
By Maria Kern25 Mar 2013
If you propose a hot air balloon ride, you might be trying too hard. A walk in the park? Probably covering up a low-riding checking account. The natural home of a first date is, and has always been, a restaurant.
This simple truth evolved into an issue about two years ago, when young, single Americans be…