Hooten (Michael Landes) and Alex (Ophelia Lovibond) are off on a new adventure on the Hooten & The Lady episode “Cambodia airing August 28.
Based on the 2008 graphic novel by Peter Simeti and Kevin Christensen, THE CHAIR was turned into a feature film in 2015 and enjoyed a limited theatrical release in 2016 and has been touring conventions and film festivals since. Continue reading “@ALTERNACOMICS horror film “THE CHAIR” available for pre-order on Kickstarter”
Fans of Jennie Garth (Beverly Hills 90210, What I Like About You) won’t want to miss she and her family compete on Celebrity Family Feud on August 27.
In what felt like the first half of a two part season finale I talk everything from Reckoning Night, with a bonus little singing moment at the end inspired by Pree. Continue reading “Kleffnotes Guide to @Killjoys Season 3 Episode 9 from @kleffnotes”
Creation Entertainment’s Salute to Supernatural is taking place this weekend in Pittsburgh. Thousands of fans from across the country will be attending to see their favorite actors from the show they love, participate in events and mingle with each other.
Natasha went on a tour of the Glanmore National Historic Site, which will appear in the upcoming Carmilla movie, and I excitedly react as she sees some very cool historic items. Continue reading “My Kinda Recaps: Historical Excitement with Natasha ( @KindaTV_ @natvanlis )from @kleffnotes”
I can’t believe the Wynonna Earp finale is tomorrow! I basically babble about this season in a super excited way in this week’s Fangirl Freakouts. Continue reading “Fangirl Freakouts: @WynonnaEarp Finale Already?! from @kleffnotes”
Jasmin Savoy Brown is the gifted young actress who played Evie in the final season of HBO’s The Leftovers. She has also appeared as Nina on Freeform’s Stitchers and has previous credits in ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy, NBC’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine and NBC’s Grimm. She currently plays Emilia Bassano on the TNT period drama Will. Jasmin took the time from her schedule to talk about Will, Emilia, working in front and behind the camera as well as share some news on upcoming projects. To learn more, read below.
I will admit that I am starting the Mother Russia series with issue #2, but even without having read the first issue I am already loving this series. Issue #2 opens with Frau Gorshkov holding a gun at the head of a Nazi who speaks Russian. There is mention of him previously saving her, well his dog, Brunhilde, saved her and then he saved his dog, and now they are slowly making an uneasy alliance. Continue reading “Mother Russia #2 @ALTERNACOMICS Newsprint Review from @kleffnotes”