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At ‘LOST’s End: A 5 Controversy, May 23rd, 2010
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May 23rd, 2010 marked the end of one of the most talked about shows on television – ABC’s LOST. Created by JJ Abrams, Damon Lindelof, and Jeffrey Lieber, this supernateral, mystical, mythological, theological, science fictional drama relied on flashbacks and eventual flashforwards, mixed with the present, to tell watercooler television. When it ended 5 years ago today, it sparked outrageous controversy, reminiscient of the outcry at The Sopranos ending, three years before. Still today (and I think it still will be 20 years from now), there remains such a divide between those who loved and those who hated the series, especially that unexpected ending. For the most part, the majority of viewers tend to land on one side of endings – Dexter, most hated, while Sons Of Anarchy, most loved. Not so with this show.

Which side did you fall on?

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Slayer Announce Name and Release Date For Upcoming Album
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Slayer Band Photo 2015

Well, we now know what the long-awaited new Slayer album is called and when it will be released.

The California metal giants will release their eleventh studio album entitled Repentless on September 11, 2015 via their own as yet unnamed imprint through Nuclear Blast Records. It will be the first album since the death of founding guitarist and major songwriting contributor Jeff Hanneman in 2013.

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TV Review: Olympus 1.7 “Love And Time”
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Season 1 Episode 7: “Love And Time”
Directed by Martin Wood
Written by Gillian Horvath, Nick Willing
Created by Nick Willing
Starring Tom York, Sonita Henry, Sonya Cassidy, Wayne Burns, Graham Shiels, Matt Frewer, Cas Anvar, John Emmet Tracy
Air Date: Thursday, May 21st, 2015, 11pm

Two weeks ago, on Olympus, Hero (Tom York) is home with his loving family – Aegeus (Graham Shiels) who tries to strangle him and whom hero has no respect for, Medea (Sonita Henry), who does seems like she cares a little plus he actually does respect her, and Lykos (Wayne Burns), who has a jealous fit to his mother. I mean, who can blame the guy? She IS his mother, and he did let her bleed him extensively. Pallas’s (John Emmet Tracy) treason was found out, thanks to clever Medea. Aegeus threw his ass in jail.

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TV Review: Louie 5.7 “The Road Pt. 1″
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Season 5 Episode 7 “The Road Pt. 1″
Directed by Louis C.K.
Created and written by Louis C.K.
Starring Louis C.K., Pamela Adlon, Hadley Delany, Ursula Parker, Susan Kelechi Watson, Robert Kelly, Stephen Wallem
Air Date: Thursday, May 21st, 2015, 10:30pm

After the scariest episode of Louie (or any show for that matter), ever, and one of the best episodes last week, what does Louie (Louis C.K.) have in store for us now that he’s decided to go on the road? Awkward road experiences of course!

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Black Metal Friday: Vattnet Viskar “Breath Of The Almighty”
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Vattnet Viskar Band Photo

The phrase “vattnet viskar” is Swedish for “the water whispers.” There could not be a bigger misnomer for the band of the same name.

Vattnet Viskar, the band, hail from New Hampshire and are at the very forefront of the new generation of American black metal. Their sound and fury is a mixture of blackened doom and post-rock similar to their contemporaries Tombs or Wolves In The Throne Room.

Century Media Records is set to release the sophomore album by Vattnet Viskar entitled Settler on June 16th in North America and June 29th in Europe. While we wait, here (below) is the official video for “Breath of the Almighty” from the band’s superb 2013 debut album Sky Swallower and be sure to check them out on tour this summer in a city near you.

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‘Lip Sync Battle’: Salt Vs. Pepa
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Lip Sync Battle Salt Vs. Pepa

Last night’s Lip Sync Battle split apart the “Push It” duo, Salt-N-Pepa! Cheryl “Salt” James performed Kelly Clarkson’s pop rock anthem, “Since You Been Gone.” And she was adorable! She really showed us another side. Take it from LL.

LL Cool J: Who knew you were a pop diva?

Then it was Sandra “Pepa” Denton‘s turn to strut on the stage with legs for miles, with Katy Perry’s “Firework.” Nice job!

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‘Tomorrowland’ Insight From The Film’s Cast and Creative Team
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Tomorrowland¬†opens this week and for the intrigued who aren’t Disney Geeks, many questions have been asked about the mysteries of the film named after the land in the theme parks. And no, it doesn’t tell the tale of how much better it is to get a fast pass for Space Mountain than stand in line. The picture is the optimistic story of a young girl (Britt Robertson), who discovers a pin that transports her to a world of infinite possibilities, and enlists the jaded inventor (George Clooney) to find a way there and unlock their destinies. Director Brad Bird, star George Clooney¬†and writers Damon Lindelof and Jeff Jensen, shared the origin of the ideas behind the film, and the mark it strives to leave in Disney’s legacy.

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Movie Review: Tomorrowland
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Tomorrowland review

Directed by Brad Bird
Written by: Damon Lindelof, Brad Bird, and Jeff Jensen
Starring George Clooney, Britt Robertson, Hugh Laurie, Raffey Cassidy
Disney Pictures
Rated PG | Run Time 130 Minutes
Release Date: May 22, 2015

The mystery finally unfolds with the release of Disney’s Tomorrowland. Taking its name from the area in both California’s and Florida’s Disney theme parks, the speculation ends here in regards to whether the film is clever advertising, or a picture that speaks to the legacy of Walt Disney’s dreams for a sustainable world created by the world’s greatest minds. Jensen and Lindelof based the film on an idea of Disney’s original concept plans for an Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow, but with an added narrative based around the story of girl genius Casey (Britt Robertson), who finds a pin that shows her a futuristic place where it’s fun to do the impossible. After some internet research and nudging by an animatronic A.I. child named Athena (Raffey Cassidy), Casey arrives at the front door of former boy genius and inhabitant of Tomorrowland Frank Walker (George Clooney). Unable to convince him to show her the way to the place where rockets still fly and progress blooms, Walker gives in when secret animatronic agents are sent to eradicate them and attack his home. Also, this happens just as Casey discovers one of his inventions that forecasts the end of their world, and has a countdown ticking down the days. Before she finishes berating him for sitting there and doing nothing, they flee the happiest blaster-touting robots you’ve ever seen. And along with Athena, who reveals that something is broken in Tomorrowland, Casey and Frank discover that their creative minds make them dangerous to whatever took over the wonderful place, as they may be the only ones able to save it and the world.

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‘The Bastard Executioner’ Series Picked Up By FX!
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The Kurt Sutter period piece, The Bastard Executioner, has been picked up for a 10-episode order by FX. The pilot, which was written by Sutter and directed by his go-to director, Paris Barclay, recently wrapped in Wales.

Check out the video and the rest of the story below.

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The Drill Down 377: Hail to the Tweet
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This week, POTUS tweets, an Apple television is officially dead, hacking a planes controls from a passenger seat, amazing timelapses from still photos … and much much more.

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