TWD: The End of The Ricktatorship?

** This post contains affiliate links. The opinions and ideas expressed are my own. ** POST CONTAINS SPOILERS ** If you missed it, watch the full episode here! It’s the end of a post-apocalyptic-world era. There was a comment on Talking Dead Live that there has always been a clear delineation of “before” and “after” for Rick in the TWD graphic novels, and (if memory serves that comment correctly), this

The Last Kingdom: Love it or Loathe it?

Featured Photo via    If you like Vikings, you will either hate The Last Kingdom, based on the books by Bernard Cornwell, or you will be obsessed. I fall into the latter category; I love them both, for different reasons. Full disclosure: I avoided The Last Kingdom because I thought it was just a rip-off of the Vikings (or vice versa!) but over the holidays a family member began a

Remembering The Classics

Guest Post by Jeanine Lebsack Lately I have been doing a lot of reminiscing about all the things I did as a child. My mother suffered from insomnia after years of my father’s night shifts, and as a baby I didn’t sleep very often. It took its toll, and on those late nights when she would just stay awake I would keep her company while everyone else was sleeping. I

Beth Greene, We Hardly Knew Ye

It’s been a very long two months since the mid-season finale, and even longer since I have written about TWD (that is for another post). If you’re like me, you’ll be watching the Beth Episode tonight before the mid-season premiere. I am always saying that, for me, The Walking Dead being one of the only shows that seems to be able to get away with killing off major characters, and since I

Circle F Horse Rescue Annual Poker Ride & Walk Fundraiser!

  Saturday, September 27th, 2014 Campbell Valley Regional Park, Langley Play one or many hands to increase your odds of winning! Participants will have 2 hours to pick up their poker hands at each of the 5 stations located throughout the gorgeous Campbell Valley Trails. There is a full course for horseback riders and a short course for walkers. New this year – Pledging – Collect pledges & win a

Farewell, Psych: A Love Letter

By Stacey Gillard I discovered Psych late. A friend sent me the DVDs of the first 2 seasons and after watching 3 episodes I ordered seasons 3 through 7. I had watched them all within 2 weeks and then had to wait another 2 weeks until the 8th and final season was released on April 1st. Last night I reluctantly finished my marathon by watching the series finale. I had

How I Met Your Mother Finale: How We Conned A Fandom

By Stacey Gillard with Mieke Trudeau After 9 seasons of wondering, of teasing, ups and downs, laughter and tears, How I Met Your Mother came to an end, finally revealing the whole story of the woman Ted Mosby married, the love of his life who gave him the perfect ending to the love story recounted over the years. Or did it. This season has been a slow one. All 22 episodes prior to

No Clue: A 'Divine' Chat With Dan Payne

By Stacey Gillard With over 60 acting credits to his name, Dan Payne has graced our screens, big and small, for more than a decade. Following his recent appearance in the Brent Butt movie No Clue, DNM had a chance to ask Dan about his career as well as his plans for the future. DNM Magazine: Congratulations on the role in No Clue! Can you tell us a little bit about your

The Walking Dead 4.14 - The Grove

Not one single episode in all of the four seasons made me feel the kind of emotion I felt watching The Grove. I think we can all agree that, zombie apocalypse or no, killing children on television is (or has been) kind of taboo. As a writer, it’s never a fun thing to write, let alone act out, and as a viewer it can be just as difficult. Yet….somehow we