Thursdays have definitely maintained their status as MUST SEE TV day since the phrase was coined. Our Thursday lineup is no exception. This is easily one of our favorite viewing days of the week. Tomorrow we will have a Special Edition 1 Episode Season Finale review for Burn Notice. It will enter our roster on regular rotation next season. Why? Well it happens to be a favorite of our fearless leader (not so fearless when Zombies are around) and that’s enough reason for us.
Now for the usual suspects we’ll be keeping an eye on every Thursday.
Much like the work week can slowly dampen your spirits, our TV line up rots your brains slowly. We don’t have much to review for you on Tuesday so we are going to mix it up by adding another show to the Monday line up. We are also sharing our Wednesday line up with you early. One of our Wednesday reviews starts tomorrow night! We hope you can join us in checking it out.
Ugh…Monday, definitely not the most fun day of the week. We hope what airs on Monday nights will get us over the Monday blues. We’ll be tuning into Castle and Hawaii 5-0, but the show we will be reviewing is Terra Nova.
With Leverage and Falling Skies over and True Blood nearing its finale, Shallow Graves is looking to the fast approaching fall season for some amusement. Join us as we review our favorite returning shows, promising new shows, and shows that might deserve a look in their sophomore season.
Sunday starts off our week with no lack of viewing options. Check out our picks and let us know what you will be watching on Sunday.
We have 4 Teasers for you from AMC’s Walking Dead Season 2. They are short, sweet, so you have to definitely check them out. The Walking Dead Season premiere is Sunday October 16th on AMC. (Yes, for those of you who are still wondering, the big bad ass of Shallow Graves still screams and runs at the site of a zombie!)
Give us your thoughts about this coming season as well as what you thought about last seasons finale.
Dimension Films has updated their official YouTube page with their official 2nd trailer for Apollo 18, their found footage sci-fi horror film that opensthis Friday, September 2. The trailer features a mix of movie and real NASA footage.