Review: The ice of the Battlestar Galactica - Blood & Chrome Blu-ray

Blood & Chrome is the story of Bill Adama’s first missions aboard Galactica.

Review: The apostles of Zero Hour

This week saw the premiere of the new conspiracy drama on ABC.

Review: The flakes of Doctor Who: The Snowmen

The Doctor Who holiday special was was so strongly hyped, I must admit I was a bit skeptical.

Review: The memories of Alphas

The second season of Alphas managed to significantly ramp up the drama without losing its cerebral, sci-fi nature.

Review: The fences of AMC's The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead has been getting steadily better since it's premiere, despite a rather wild divergence from the source material.

Review: The instincts of Arrow

Genre fans saw the first episode of the new Green Arrow adaptation this week. It's not bad, but it's certainly not Green Arrow either.  

Review: The brains of Fringe

The new season of Fringe has begun, but it's a slow start.

Review: The coming-of-age of the eleventh Doctor

We're at the mid-season break for Doctor Who, and our favorite Time Lord has been left in an interesting emotional space.

Video: The beginning of Revolution

NBC has released the pilot for its upcoming dystopian adventure serial by veteran genre filmmaker J.J. Abrams.

Review: The navigation of Warehouse 13

The artifact hunters are certainly off to a rocky start this season.

The electricity of The Legend of Korra

The first season (book) of The Legend of Korra recently came to a close. Fortunately, the show has thus far surpassed its grand predecessor.

The end of Eureka

After a respectable run of 7 years and 5 seasons, Eureka aired its long-awaited final episode this week.

The secrets of Person of Interest

The first season of Person of Interest recently came to an end, and it’s only gotten better with time.

The nicknames of G.I. Joe Renegades

G.I. Joe Renegades: Season One, Vol. 1 DVD is out now, and it’s a fun return to the classic cartoon franchise.

The slashes of Game of Thrones season 2

The second season of Game of Thrones has come to a close, forcing us to wait nearly a year for more of the epic tale.

The revolution of TRON: Uprising

Disney’s new TRON serial doesn’t kick off until next month, but the entire first episode has gone live to hold us over until then.

The tangled skein of Touch

Kiefer Sutherland’s new show is an evocative surprise.

The altered reality of Eureka

Eureka is back, and the characters are in their most dire situation yet, but is it too dire?

The shankings of Alcatraz

The first, rather short, season of Alcatraz has come to a cliff-hanging close. Has the big-mystery series shanked itself with the season finale?

The horns of Transformers: Prime

I already knew from having recently seen the film which comprises the first five episodes of the first season that Transformers: Prime is a fun show with a lot of cross demographic appeal.