Damnit, Kevin, you got so close before your horniness undid you.
Today, Buffy the Vampire Slayer celebrates its 20th anniversary. To honor this occaision, the Buffy-likers at Kotaku talk about their favorite episodes.
When people talk about the current golden age of TV, they’re usually referring to big, serious dramas like Breaking Bad or The Wire. I am here today to tell you that Avatar: The Last Airbender, an animated show about a group of magical kids who ride around on a flying buffalo, deserves to be counted among them.
Two days ago, news broke that a Castlevania TV show would be heading to Netflix in 2017, prompting thousands of jokes quoting dialogue from the video game series. In a Facebook post, producer Adi Shankar said, “I personally guarantee that it will end the streak and be the Western world’s first good video game…
There aren’t any dang details about it but, at some point this year, we’ll get the chance to watch somebody from Castlevania’s Belmont family fighting bloodsuckers.
Excellent news: Samurai Jack is back next month! Even excellenter news: To celebrate, Adult Swim is streaming all 52 episodes of the show on loop, available for free online with no ads, right goddamn now. You should watch all of it, of course, but here are 10 episodes you just can’t miss before the new season returns…
I had never wanted video game versions of The Office or The IT Crowd. Now that I’ve seen these 3D recreations of those (and other famous) show’s sets, though, I’m coming around. Maybe something like The Sims, or Game Dev Story, or Theme Hospital...
Netflix’s A Series Of Unfortunate Events: The funniest show about newly orphaned children you’ll ever watch
And honestly, that’s saying something.
All of a sudden, it’s 2017 and the Super Bowl is a few weeks away. If you don’t have cable, but are looking for a cheap and easy alternative to streaming the game, how about this $16 amplified antenna?
We’re not even halfway through December and Netflix is already letting us know what’s on the way next month. That’s partially because the end of December holds a few surprises, and January’s looking pretty solid too.
It hasn’t even been 24 hours since the finale of Westworld season one, but already, fans are speculating about what will happen in season two. So far, the theories are compelling.
Of course, the home releases of anime programs often look better than the broadcast versions. Anime studios have more time to tweak their art, and they can also make some extra scratch on the Blu-ray.
We don’t know all the secrets of HBO’s hit series Westworld, but we do know the park inside the show is essentially just like a video game There are quests for the players to go on, NPCs to interact with (the robot “hosts”), the guests discuss various playstyles of interacting with the park, and even get “upgrades.”…
It wouldn’t be the Wild West—even a fake one full of robots—if there wasn’t some fancy gun-slingin’ to be had.
The first time I watched the 1978 Peanuts special What A Nightmare, Charlie Brown, I was eight and a little scared. The cartoon made a significant impression on me. It was unnerving to see Snoopy whipped, starved, pelted with produce, and drowned. Dream sequence or not, that’s heavy shit.
It’s been rumored for a while, but we’ve finally gotten confirmation that a certain character, long absent character who has not appeared on Game of Thrones in many years, will be re-appearing in season seven.
HBO’s Westworld is draped with the trappings of the horror, action adventure, and Western genres, but it’s best understood as a mystery. The show doesn’t exactly have a coherent, unified plot so much as a tableau of vignettes and characters whose interconnectedness is only vaguely clear. The more that the show reveals…