GRIMM RECAP: OH BABY!

4.14 Bad Luck This week’s episode started just where the last one left off – with Nick reeling at Juliette’s revelation that she’s now a hexenbiest. And *shockingly* he’s not happy that she 1) didn’t tell him right away 2) told Renard before him. (Frankly, I’m kind of surprised that she hasn’t told Rosalee!). He leaves the house for some ... Read More »

Disney’s INTO THE WOODS Available on DVD & Blu-ray March 24th

On March 24th Disney releases the epic fairy tale movie, Into The Woods, on Digital HD, Blu-ray™ combo pack and Disney Movies Anywhere. This Includes an exclusive, never-before-seen original song, “She’ll Be Back”, performance by Meryl Streep with music by Stephen Sondheim and lyrics by James Lapine. From the director of “Chicago” and the producer of “Wicked” comes a modern ... Read More »

GRIMM: BAD LUCK PREVIEW [SPOILERS]

Oh boy, Grimmsters, after 5 long weeks of leaving us hanging after the Biestfight of the century, Grimm returns this Friday with a new episode, titled Bad Luck. We’ve seen the episode, and you won’t want to miss it! We see Nick struggle to come to grips with Juliette’s biestly revelation and a Wesen of the Week story that gives ... Read More »

CINDERELLA: What a Difference the Years Make

As a four-year old girl, the first two movies I remember seeing were re-releases of both Sleeping Beauty and then Cinderella. They were magical experiences to a young girl – filling my head with ideas of true love and how goodness could win out in the end. Over the years, I’ve grown, but each of these two movies stand out ... Read More »

ONCE UPON A TIME: Second Half of Season 4 Kicks Off with “Darkness on the Edge of Town”

Once Upon a Time kicks off the second half of the season tonight, and the citizens of Storybrooke are about to face a whole new threat. When we last saw them in December, the Ice Queen was vanquished, Gold was banished, and life was returning to something resembling normal. Obviously that couldn’t last. With Gold banished from town, the residents ... Read More »

GRIMM RECAP: Too Hot to Handle

GRIMM 4.13 Trial By Fire Hank, Wu, and Nick investigate the deaths of two teenage employees of a sporting goods store. They had been drinking after the store closed and got caught in the inferno when a Wesen who can turn himself into a fireball (an Excandesco) torches the store. Not surprisingly, the path that the fire took through the ... Read More »

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST: Surprise! Renewed for Season 4!

In a surprising turn of events, the CW announced today that fan favorite Beauty and the Beast has received an early renewal for a fourth season! Season 3 was widely expected to be the show’s last after narrowly being renewed last year and being pushed back to a summer run. TPTB must like what they’ve seen of this season, however, because they ordered ... Read More »

GRIMM: Charity Event Raises Over $310,000 for Children

This past weekend the cast of Grimm took some time out for a gala event which raised over $310,000 for OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland, OR. The Grimm Gala was presented by Comcast and NBCUniversal, who covered the expenses for the event. Funds will provide children and families critical support associated with uncompensated care, travel, lodging, and other services. For the auction, ... Read More »

GRIMM RECAP: Unleash the Biest

Grimm 4.12 Marechaussee A woman goes to a medium/communicator to talk to her late husband. To her surprise, the medium turns into a fox/wolf thing, and then seems to be channeling her husband. She pays them $1500 and leaves with the plan to come back the next week. It’s not going to happen, though, because they get another visitor – ... Read More »

GRIMM RECAP: Shocking in more ways than one

After two pretty intense episodes, some might have expected this episode to be a letdown, but I really enjoyed it because it wasn’t all fast and heavy and had everything that Grimm should, apparently – a bizarro death caused by a bizarro Wesen, plenty of humor, and Juliette having a very bad day and not telling Nick about some really ... Read More »