Fall TV has arrived!
New Girl and The Mindy Project started last week.
Gotham (September 22): I’m not interested in a young Bruce Wayne. Cobblepot is the only reason I’m going to give it a shot.
Survivor (September 24): They lost my interest a long, long time ago. I’ll give the first few episodes a shot. Looking at the casting it looks like a bunch of models made it on. Instant dissatisfaction.
Modern Family (September 24): One of the funniest shows. I’m always wanting more.
The Amazing Race (September 26): This has been one of my favorite reality shows since the very beginning. I’ve been ready since last seasons finale! I can’t wait to see the challenges, partners, and travel locations.
Shark Tank (September 26): It’s always entertaining seeing the new inventions and companies brought to the investors.
Once Upon a Time (September 28): I think it’s a little early to have introduced Frozen. I’ll still sit through the season but I’m hoping they don’t have “Let It Go” playing during the opening credits.
The Simpsons (September 28): We can never get enough Simpsons!
The Vampire Diaries (October 2): I still have a difficult time admitting enjoying this show. Last seasons finale was traumatizing. I’m interested to see where they take the show. True Blood is over and this will have to be my full time vampire fix.
Bob’s Burgers (October 5): Their family is always ridiculous and funny.
American Horror Story: Freak Show (October 8): The pictures for Freak Show have been incredibly disturbing. I never finished Coven but I am ready to hide under my blanket for the new season.
The Walking Dead (October 12): I’m convinced they are following The Hunters story line from the comics. It’s one of the most horrifying story lines and I’m ready to see it on TV.
Constantine (October 24): I’m not sold on who they cast for Constantine. I’m a fan of Hellblazer but I’m hoping they don’t mess this up.
What shows are you antsy for?
Movie review bundle! I’ve been watching a lot more movies and blogging less. Opposed to blogging more yet not watching as many movies…hmmm. This batch consists of all sequels.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: The biggest takeaway?Humans are the worst AND apes are the worst. The entire movie was breathtaking. Andy Serkis is an amazing Caesar. He’s a brilliant actor. One of the best movies I’ve seen all summer. I hate to admit it but I haven’t seen Rise of the Planet of the Apes. Yet I enjoyed EVERY minute of the sequel. It will have you thinking and inching towards the edge of your seat. Also, it’s pretty freaking awesome seeing an ape ride a horse.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Electro, Green Goblin, AND Rhino. Villians galore. Well, you only get about 10 minutes of Rhino at the end of the film. Jamie Foxx was a great Electro. I felt pretty bad for the guy at the beginning of the movie and they slowly merge him into the complete psycho he’s supposed to be. I wasn’t that excited for ANOTHER Green Goblin but the costume and makeup was a lot cooler this time around. There’s a major plot twist towards the end that non-comic book readers may get extra emotional over. I was the most excited for Rhino but they save him for the very end to get us antsy for Sinister Six. Andrew Garfield continues to be the most amazing Spider-Man. I’m truly enjoying the franchise much more than the Tobey time.
Paranormal Activity The Marked Ones: The FIFTH in the series. The original creeped me out so much that I continue to watch the sequels even though the plots are degrading over time. The Marked Ones focuses purely on witchcraft with more possession. The plot is somewhat confusing however I jumped a few times and received the “thrills” I was looking for.