TV

‘Salem’s Lot: From Book to Screen

When it comes to movie adaptations I think only William Shakespeare has had more cinematic translations than author Stephen King, but unfortunately King also holds the record for the amount of terrible adaptation of his works.

Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders (2016) – Review

When kids of today think of Batman most would draw upon the versions produced Christopher Nolan or Zack Snyder, but there is one iconic version that should never be forgotten; in 1966 television producer William Dozier cast Adam West as…
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Beyond Westworld (1980) – Review

Basing a television show on a successful movie has almost become common place now, but at the time of Beyond Westworld not only was it uncommon but they were also basing their series after one successful movie and one dud….
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Westworld: Pilot (2016) – Review

When Walt Disney placed The Hall of Presidents and the Pirates of Caribbean in his parks he changed the way people saw amusement park attractions. Sure rollercoaster and Ferris wheels will always entertain crowds but as the years go by…
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Disney’s The Legend of Tarzan (2001-2003) – Review

With the success of their 1999 animated feature Tarzan it’s no surprise that the House of Mouse would bring the Ape Man to television as part of their Disney’s One Saturday Morning lineup, but what was a little surprising is…
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Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle: The Filmation Cartoon Series

We’ve seen countless adaptations of Tarzan ranging from the monosyllabic Johnny Weissmuller’s Tarzan The Ape Man to the recent and more verbose Alexander Skarsgård in The Legend of Tarzan, but rarely have these “adaptations” done more than just borrow the…
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Stranger Things: Season One – Review

Take the kids from E.T. The Extraterrestrial, give one of them the sister from Pretty in Pink, have one of them abducted by the Beast from Poltergeist, and then put them all in the vicinity of the government facility from…
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