Transactional magic The first season of American Gods ended with a bang earlier this week, leaving us with a long wait until we get to see just what happens next for Shadow, Wednesday, and the others.
It's been 20 years since Buffy the Vampire Slayer first graced our TV screens, with pilot episode Welcome to the Hellmouth debuting on 10 March 1997. The series would go on to run for 144 episodes across
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In the last few years the humble pub snack has undergone a stunning and ravishing renaissance. Whereas it was once enough for licensees to stock peanuts, crisps and possibly a grey-looking pickled egg,
Have you noticed that virtually every aspect of the personal information on our iPhones can be restored individually via iCloud? Things like photos, mail, contacts, calendars, Safari bookmarks, and notes
With its mix of dark humor, profanity, blasphemy, gore and general weirdness, Garth Ennis’ Preacher comic was long thought unadaptable to film, as Rachel Talalay struggled to make a movie version for years.
The first season of Daredevil on Netflix was like nothing we’d seen before on superhero television, and certainly a different approach for Marvel’s live-action shared universe of heroes. The potent combination
The debut author on meeting his hero Alan Hollinghurst and why he is happy to identify himself as a gay writer In a crowded hotel coffee shop in Bloomsbury, Garth Greenwell is giggling guiltily as he the