We are always glad to find good fox-related digital art. “Rescuing Ghosts” is a poignant, wordless animated short about a vixen by furry artist Tirrel featuring music by composer Fox Amoore. Continue reading
How many times have you asked yourself, what do I get for the mystical being that has everything? Some days you may question why you bother to be friends with monsters who merely growl at your attempts to get them the perfect gift.
For supernatural gift-giving ideas for witches, zombies, and werewolves check out the first part of this series. If you’re wracking your brain to find a gift for a cryptid, ghost, or banshee, you can stop torturing yourself. Here are some presents you can get for that special supernatural someone in your life.
The 4th episode of Doctor Who, “Before the Flood,” is the follow up to the cliffhanger episode “Under the Lake.” Both episodes were written by Toby Whithouse and directed by Daniel O’Hara. Doctor Who seems to be trying some slightly meta approaches: speaking directly to the audience; and using one of the characters as more than a fan girl, but as a representation of the audience.
Season 9 of Doctor Who continues to offer us new drama grounded in the tradition of classic Who. “Under the Lake” was written by Toby Whithouse and directed by Daniel O’Hara, who worked together on the series Being Human. “Under the Lake” provides us with a captivating cliffhanger as Doctor Who continues with the series of two-part stories expected in Season 9.
“Paint it Black,” the 16th episode of Supernatural Season 10, focuses on our favorite Queen Mother, Rowena. It’s about time we learned more about Rowena and her past. When we first saw Rowena at the end of “Soul Survivor,” it was clear that her character was going to be interesting. In “Girls, Girls, Girls” we learned that she was a rebellious witch and Crowley’s mum. Since Rowena’s introduction to Supernatural, a bit more about her past has been revealed. “Paint it Black” gives our picture of Rowena a bit more color.
Are you feeling a little confused? Did you die?
The shiny new web series Lil’ Friendys, by Greg Erskine, has only three short episodes so far, but we’re already hooked! The funny, surreal story features puppets in a strange underworld/afterlife office setting. Watch Episode 1: “Welcome” below (NSFW language). You can get caught up on the whole series so far in less than ten minutes. We think it’s a scream. Continue reading
This is a good one. We see the return of both Papa Midnite (Michael James Shaw) and Detective Jim Corrigan (Emmett J Scanlan), and perhaps learn who Sister Cedella warned Constantine about—someone close to him who would betray him. This is the last of the thirteen episodes for this season, since NBC halted production last fall. There are unsourced rumors that the show might be moved over to SyFy (with the name Hellblazer), eliciting mixed reactions from fans. But nothing one way or another has been announced—we are hoping that no news is good news.
Based in part on Hellblazer #4, also titled “Waiting For The Man,” this is one of those episodes of occult detective shows that are often the most unsettling: those in which the monster is a human. Continue reading