Perry Mason Trailer Arrives Online

Perrt Mason trailer

An iconic lawyer is back on the case as the first trailer for HBO’s new Perry Mason limited series starring The Americans’ Matthew Rhys – who succeeds Raymond Burr and Monte Markam in the role – has arrived online. Amid the noir ambiance, Mason is called on to solve the case at hand, as the […]

Cowboy Bebop Production Delayed After John Cho Injury

John Cho

We’re going to have to wait a bit longer to see our favorite space cowboy back on the small screen. Deadline reports that John Cho, who is set to play Spike Spiegel in Netflix’s upcoming adaptation of the iconic anime Cowboy Bebop, was recently injured in a freak accident on set. As a result, the […]

The Black Ghost Indie Comic on the Way from Comixology

The Black Ghost

Indie comics are about to get a new superhero noir tale. The Hollywood Reporter says that Comixology is about to release a new comic entitled The Black Ghost from crime writers Alex Segura and Monica Gallagher (who co-created the Lethal Lit podcast together), with art by George Kambadais. The five-part series centers on journalist Lara […]

REVIEW: Veronica Mars Season 4 (2019)

Veronica Mars season 4

Just like its intrepid PI hero, Veronica Mars is the franchise that won’t stay down. After the TV series ended its initial three-season run in 2007, creator Rob Thomas launched a Kickstarter campaign and was able to secure enough crowd-funding for a movie. This was followed by a pair of novels co-written by Thomas and […]

Veronica Mars Trailer Arrives Online

Veronica Mars trailer

Rejoice, Marshmallows! The first trailer for the next chapter in the Veronica Mars franchise is now online courtesy of the show’s new home, Hulu. Check out the Veronica Mars trailer below: The trailer for the eight-episode revival (which is being spearheaded by series star Kristen Bell and series creator Rob Thomas) has more of what […]

Why I’m Excited: Blade Runner: Black Lotus

Blade Runner

Harrison Ford was largely known for three genre roles in the 70s and 80s: Han Solo, Indiana Jones, and Rick Deckard. While I grew up with the former two, I wasn’t really introduced to Deckard until college. Oh sure, I heard the name and understood the influence that Blade Runner had had for the last […]