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GEEK Classics: The Prisoner

Patrick McGoohan’s maddening sci-fi series The Prisoner only lasted 17 episodes before disappearing suddenly in 1969. However, its revolutionary mix of geopolitics, fantasy, and psychedelia has influenced not just television, but music, comics, ...

X-Men: Days of Future Past – Wolverine and Time Travel

Logan, Howlett, Weapon X…The Wolverine. No matter the on-screen name, this iconic X-Man has been played by Hugh Jackman in seven films. In the latest feature, X-Men: Days of Future Past, he is the anchor by which the very existence of time ...

Cancer Gets LOST: Memorabilia Auction For Charity

Cancer Gets LOST has partnered with Blacksparrow Auctions for an online charity auction of television memorabilia – exhibiting items at the Paley Center for Media through the summer of 2014. This non-profit organization, founded by LOST fans ...

PaleyFest: From LOST to Twin Peaks, Delivering Fan Favorites

The 31st annual William S. Paley Television Festival (PaleyFest) is being held March 13-28 in Los Angeles. This year’s event is being billed as the biggest yet, as it’s being hosted in the Dolby Theatre at Hollywood and Highland (formerly the ...

The Slushoverse Theory: The Shared Realities of J.J. Abrams!

For those that are unaware/living under a rock, the Internet broke previously with the news that J.J. Abrams will be directing Star Wars: Episode VII for Disney. I’m still feeling a little upset/happy over this news with production on the ...

Why Star Wars Needs J.J. Abrams

Since he landed one of the most coveted jobs in Hollywood — directing the next installment of Star Wars — reactions to J.J. Abrams have been all over the map. I believe Abrams is exactly the right person at exactly the right time to ...