New Firefly One-Shot from Boom! Studios
BOOM! Studios have announced a new Firefly one-shot special to celebrate Firefly’s 20th anniversary. Firefly: Keep Flying is set several years after the television and…
Digital Spy Interview: Tom Lenk Talks Lottie Plachett
Tom Lenk is widely loved by Buffy fans for his role as Andrew, which expanded from a fun side character into something far more integral as each season progressed. But there’s so much more to his career beyond Sunnydale.
Digital Spy caught up with Tom to discuss Buffy and his wider career highlights, including a brand new play called Lottie Plachett Took a Hatchet that’s currently part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe programme.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Reboot “On Pause”
The Buffy the Vampire Slayer Reboot first announced in 2018, to be written by Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. alum, Monica Owusu-Breen and executive produced by Joss…
Slash Film: Firefly Easter Egg in The Cabin in the Woods
Drew Goddard’s 2011 horror/comedy “The Cabin in the Woods” is a fun, self-aware deconstruction of cabin-in-the-woods horror movies, a subgenre that has been lampooned more often than it has been presented earnestly. The film has an incredibly elaborate setup: A group of college kids is preparing for a vacation in the titular cabin. Each one of the kids fulfils a notable cinematic/literary archetype: The athlete, the fool, the scholar, etc, though they’re not full-on cliches, at least not yet. While they pack their bags and hit the road, the college kids are being secretly watched by a group of white-collar lab workers who have been covertly feeding them drugs and manipulating their behavior and their personality traits.
Comic-Watch Review: BOOM! Studios Angel #8
Humanity loves a champion. Angel is the champion of the people in Hollywood and he fights to save humanity from the monsters that lurk in the darkness. He bumps back the things that go bump in the night. Although the Angel we know and love in this alternate world is different. He still fights the fight and runs Angel Investigations, but why he does it is still a mystery.
Screen Rant Review: The Vampire Slayer #4
The Vampire Slayer made Willow Rosenberg the titular undead hunter, but recent developments hint that Buffy will get her title back soon.
SciFi Now Interview: Tom Lenk Talks Edinburgh Fringe, Teen Witch and Buffy.
You may know Tom Lenk as Andrew, one of the trio in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, or you may know him from his social media skits – some with celebrity guests in them (we speak to him about his Teen Witch sketch later on). Perhaps you know him from his comedy plays like Tilda Switon Answers An Ad On Craigslist, the hilarious story of a modern day Mary Poppins who finds a depressed gay man on Craigslist and insists on dissecting his life as part of a character study for her next big movie role.
Cinema Blend Review: Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Movie)
f you ask a hundred TV show fans to name their favorite TV show of all time, I would bet that many of them would say Buffy the Vampire Slayer. It’s one of the most beloved TV shows around the globe. Many even consider it one of the greatest TV shows of all time. People love Buffy the Vampire Slayer TV show. However, the Buffy the Vampire Slayer movie doesn’t receive the same glowing endorsements.
Over my lifetime, I have had many different reactions to the Buffy the Vampire Slayer movie. As a child, it terrified me. The vampires were just too weird. As a teen, I felt neutral about it. Didn’t love it, didn’t hate it. Later, because I loved the show so much, the movie felt like a disappointment. Then I went back to having no opinions on it.
Feeling nostalgic, I decided to rewatch the Buffy the Vampire Slayer movie, and once again I formed a new opinion on it. Rewatching the film made me realize it’s far from perfect, but definitely has a charisma and charm of its own. I also had a few other thoughts. Let me share.
Metro Interview: Tom Lenk Talks Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ed Fringe and More
Buffy the Vampire Slayer star Tom Lenk has recollected the time Sarah Michelle Gellar stood her ground to support him during filming, saying it ‘set the tone for how I want to treat other people when I’m working’.
AP News Interview: Alan Tudyk on Resident Alien
In school, he received sound career guidance from those who recognized his nascent talent. The result: The world lost an aspiring hotel manager and gained a versatile supporting actor, now reborn as a leading man in “Resident Alien”.
Tudyk shines in the unlikely showcase role of an emotionally conflicted alien invader on the science-fiction dramady, back at 10.pm. EDT Wednesday for the latter half of its second season on the Syfy channel. (It will also stream on Peacock).