HBO has released a trailer for its upcoming docuseries which draws from the late Michelle McNamara’s book of the same name that investigates the Golden State Killer case.
I’ll Be Gone in the Dark will also give a voice to the survivors and their families, documenting an era when sex crimes were often dismissed or hidden in shame. A timely inquiry into our macabre preoccupation with true crime and a cautionary tale of the dangerous lure of addiction, the series is a riveting meditation on obsession and loss, chronicling the unrelenting path of a mysterious killer and the fierce determination of one woman to bring the case to light.
Check out the trailer for HBO’s I’ll Be Gone in the Dark below: Continue reading I’ll Be Gone In The Dark: HBO’s First Trailer For The Golden State Killer Docuseries
Hello, People of Earth.
There have been some developments since we last visited the Mystery Science Theater 3000 Kickstarter campaign, most notably Joel Hodgson’s announcement of who will play the new Mad Scientist and henchman.
Continue reading MST3K Announces New Mad Scientist & Henchman
My love of Justified is no secret. Raylan Givens is a near perfect TV hero and Boyd Crowder make an excellent foil to our hero. The actors (Olyphant and Goggins) share some of the best on-screen chemistry in all of television. The first 3 years of the FX show have given us some of the best action/drama this side of Game of Thrones and Breaking Bad.
Continue reading Justified: Season 4 – Raylan, Boyd, and Patton Oswalt? Plus 3 New Trailers…
Ok, so this is a little later than promised, but hey – I’m a busy (Arkham City) guy. Anyhow, when we last left our hero, he was hanging from the face of a clock and his bearded best friend was rushing to his rescue…well not straight away.
After a solid hour on the clock face Jonathan’s savior – Ray – finally shows up in a post bedroom state. Under the guise of a safety inspector, Ray fanagles his way into the apartment under the clock and is able to save our detective from certain doom.
It’s Ray’s earlier (perceived) successes with as a dad the give him to confidence to save Jonathan. And he that isn’t my interpretation, Ray actually screams “I’m a father now!” to convince Jonathan to drop down. And it works.
After this they flee to George’s apartment to hide out. And sleep.
In the morning the coppers show up at George’s place, which means Ray and Jonathan must escape out the dumb-waiter. From here they find themselves on the street and accused of murder.
Continue reading Bored to Death – Season 3, Episode 2: “Gumball!” Review