Coming soon to Syfy, this Firefly special collects the Comic-Con reunion panel, and a new exclusive roundtable discussion.
Contains some violent images that may not be safe for work.
Tasmanian Devils is Syfy's new original movie airing this Saturday. It looks as ridiculous as we've come to expect from Syfy's movies. On the plus side, this one does feature Winnie Cooper shooting giant CGI monsters. You won't see that anywhere else.
It's that magical time of year again, when we can watch new episodes of some of our favorite summer shows in the winter. Last night, Syfy aired christmas episodes of three of its best shows. Do they resolve anything from last season? No. Are they cannon? Who cares? They are awesome.
Yes, there is a third Dungeons and Dragons movie. No, it's not a fan-made film, it's actually a made-for-TV movie that was supposed to air on Syfy but was delayed, probably because... well, look at it. If this movie really was delayed for quality reasons though, that means it must be far worse than what the trailer shows. How do you make a movie too bad for the channel that green-lit Sharktopus?
Damn it, Syfy. Why? Why is this, your best show, cancelled while those ghost hunting douchebags and all the other crappy "reality" shows are allowed to continue?
At least we can be grateful Eureka got a proper ending. Not only that, but probably its best season since the first one. "Just Another Day" was a great farewell for the series and an amazing episode in its own right. And yes, I did tear up a little bit, knowing this is the last I'll ever see of these characters. It was SAD, okay? I guess we still have Warehouse 13 and Alphas. For now.
What did you think of it? Was "Just Another Day" a proper sendoff for the series? Will you miss Eureka?