It’s a new week, and it’s loaded with awesome things like vampires, robots and self-righteous Aaron Sorkin characters. You have NO REASON to be bored! Read on for a list of five things to “check,” and five things to “chuck” this week, including ‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter,’ ‘Futurama’ and ‘Comedy Bang! Bang!’
It’s hard not love a smart and charming geek girl who references Freddy Krueger and old school video games while hanging with Stan Lee. But that’s just part of why we love Felicia Day, the sharp and sexy creative force behind ‘The Guild’ and the recently launched Geek & Sundry YouTube Channel.
How is it that we’ve neglected to praise Maria Sharapova, one of the world’s greatest (and hottest) tennis players, on our Crush list? Well today we right a terrible wrong by naming the Russian tennis champ as our Crush of the Day.
As ‘Glee’ slips into hate-watch territory faster than Journey can crank out a cheesy power ballad, we’re still willing to admit to the occasional viewing, if only to catch sassy, lady lovin’ cheerleader Santana, played by the lovely Naya Rivera, steam up the screen.
A list of five things to enjoy and five things to avoid for the week includes Danny Boyle’s ‘Shallow Grave’ on Blu-ray, ‘Rock of Ages,’ and ‘Abraham Lincoln Vs. Zombies’ Which should you check out and which should you chuck?
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