Television crossovers are not exactly new, and typically come during sweeps week and are advertised as big “events” to try to draw big ratings. It’s not out of the ordinary for, say, Ray Romano to crossover onto King of Queens since they’re made by the same people, and the characters clearly exist in the same world. However, now and then you get some television crossovers that are so out of nowher
Film has always been a medium to challenge the status quo, and pushing boundaries has shaped the industry and our entire perception of the role of film.
As any good LOSTie knows, the nigh-legendary show will be pulling up stakes and heading off into the sunset very soon. For 6 years it has kept us guessing at
You may have heard that there’s some little, small-budget film called The Force Awakens coming out soon. The highly anticipated follow up to the original Star Wars trilogy has people buzzing all over the internet, as they look for any clues and hints about what the newest installment has to offer, while crossing their fingers it won’t be nearly the letdown The Phantom Menace was.
Great television shows often raise a lot of questions as part of creating their own mythologies and plotlines, and we as an audience are rewarded with hopefully satisfying answers if we stick around long enough to find them out. Unfortunately in some cases, shows are canceled before they are given a chance to answer some of those intriguing questions, and in other cases, apparently the writers eit