Bridge and Tunnel
Love It Or Leave It?
January 24, 2021
When you tell me Edward Burns has a new anything – movie, TV show, brand of potato chip – you have my curiosity. When you tell me it’s an Ed Burns joint steeped in nostalgia for Long Island in 1980, well then now you have my attention.
This writer-director-actor triple threat is bringing us back to a simpler time, far from the current woes of the moment in an effort to make us smile with Bridge and Tunnel, airing now on Epix. To Gen X-ers, 1980 is an oft-romanticized time in our (not so) recent history, far from our overly complicated, technology laden present. It’s a time that harkens back to a time where your plans were made on the front stoop with your boom box cranking out some punk or new wave music.
Amazon Prime deliberately chooses its content and licenses. Rather than fling a thousand movies and series into its viewing audience’s devices, Amazon takes a more methodical approach. Whether it’s award-winning writing and acting like The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel or big-budget action like Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, an Amazon Prime series tends toward high-quality, high production value work. Its adaptation of Tales From The Loop fits right into that niche – but that doesn’t mean the show is for everyone.
“Charlie Manx isn’t dead.” If you watched Season 1 of AMC’s NOS4A2, those 4 words are enough to make your blood run cold. Today, AMC dropped the first Teaser Trailer for Season 2 of this 2019 breakout hit (based on the 2013 novel of the same name by Joe Hill) and, well, we CANNOTwait until the new season premieres on June 21!!
“A different kind of vampire story returns.”
Read on to watch the trailer and check out the new Key Art for Season 2! Click HERE for more information on NOS4A2‘s Season 2 and a peek at First Look Photos. Click HERE for all of our Season 1 Episode Recaps!
NOS4A2 Premiere Date & First Look Photos
April 23, 2020
AMC announced that Season 2 of it’s FANTASTIC supernatural horror series, NOS4A2, will premiere on Sunday, June 21, 2020 at 9/8c. This comes after its April 2 announcement that the second season would premiere on June 1. After seeing some the first look photos, we’re willing to wait as long as they need in order to get the post-production work done … because it looks so good! Also, Season 2 will simulcast on AMC AND BBC America (similar to what the network does with its biggest current hit, Killing Eve).
Read on for more information on NOS4A2‘s Season 2 and a peek at First Look Photos. Click HERE for all of our Season 1 Episode Recaps!
In the last episode of EVIL, the penultimate of this Freshman season, David had another bad day. Still very much recovering from his recent Christmas-time stab wounds, David went on a spiritual house call and found himself caught up in a revenge-fueled slasher film. Meanwhile, Andy needed to rush Little Laura to the hospital for increasing complications with her bad heart valve. However, owing to a miracle of sorts, her heart repaired itself at the last moment before surgery … but at what cost? With a post-trial hearing about the possible release of serial killer, Orson LeRoux, as the backdrop, Kristen finally squared off against Leland and girlfriend shut him down hard! But, Orson did get released from prison so that’s not good. And last, we met Leland’s unusual therapist.
Read up on all of the events from last episode, here. Caught up? Great! Now, onto the wild ride that is the season finale of EVIL … BEWARE OF SPOILERS!!!
Last week on EVIL, David was admitted to Harbor Hospital following his Christmas-time stabbing. He spent most of the episode in a over-medicated infused haze and, as a result, experienced some Twilight Zone-level oddness and evil. Neither David nor the viewers were sure what was real and was not but things were pretty horrible. A truly terrifying episode on so many levels.
Catch up on all of our EVIL coverage with our deep dive recaps here. Let’s dive into the penultimate episode of EVIL‘s Freshman season … BEWARE OF SPOILERS!!!!
Evil “7 Swans a Singin'” (Episode 110)
December 12, 2019
Last week on EVIL, David was being sued by Caroline Hopkins, the Halloween episode exorcism lady, who claim the church botched the whole thing. David’s life became more complicated when Renée Harris showed up to represent him. Renée is the sister of Julia, David’s dead fiancee. When the episode ended, Renée was waiting for David in his apartment, refusing to leave until he touched her. At the Bouchard House, a mysterious tabby cat appeared and interrupted Andy and Kristen’s reunion. That cat is demonic fo’ sho’. And Leland brought Sebastian to the edge of killing David and his prayer group only to have Sebastian accidentally shoot his own brains out. Back to the drawing board, Leland.
Catch up with all of last week’s action with our deep dive recap here. Now, buckle up for the Winter finale, Christmas done EVIL-style … BEWARE OF SPOILERS!!!
Evil “Exorcism Part 2” (Episode 109)
December 5, 2019
Last week on EVIL, Andy Bouchard, absentee mountain climbing husband and father, returned home to no wife, a hostile mother-in-law and crazy daughters. Meanwhile, Kristen and David investigated David’s father and his free wheeling commune life in Upstate NY, and whether Leon Acosta is part of “The 60.” Spiked sangria leads to Kristen and David almost getting it on as well as some intense hallucinations. Catch up on all of last week’s action with our recap Here.
Now, on to tonight’s all new episode of EVIL … BEWARE OF SPOILERS!!!