Posts Tagged ‘family guy’

Adam West dies at age 88

by Matt Gearyon 10/06/2017
It is with great sadness that we must inform you that Adam West, Pop culture hero and all round great guy, has died at age 88. Best known for his 60s Batman, West struggled to get parts after the series was cancelled only to come back with one of his most memorable roles as the […]

A Million Ways To Die In The West

by James Buckinghamon 03/06/2014
The Wild West Frontier in 1882 is a particularly treacherous place, with snakes, outlaws, diseases and even doctors all trying to kill you. In the small town of Old Stump, this seems particularly true as the population dwindles on an almost minute-by-minute basis. If you’re wanting to see barfights, crushed skulls and gun duels galore, […]

Rejoice Family Guy Fans – Brian is back!

by Becca Harperon 07/12/2013
As predicted the dead don’t stay dead for long and Brian will be back with his family pretty soon.  December 15th to be exact in an episode titled ‘Christmas Guy’ with the description  “Stewie devises a master plan to get the one and only thing he wants for Christmas.” Further to that EW report that  Brian will […]

Major Family Guy Character Killed

by The_Dark_Mikeon 26/11/2013
Last night saw the end of one of the best parts of a show that was quite frankly, flagging. Family Guy , in last night’s episode, unceremoniously killed off lead character Brian Griffin by way of car accident. Fans across the board are shocked saddened by the event,as it came as a surprise to many. […]

Affordable Geek Papercraft

by Stephen Breweron 29/06/2013
Seeing the recent Geek Pride post put up by our own Katie Fairfield I thought I should weigh in with my find online. It may be a little easier than Geekigami but the results are still the same, very fun indeed. The original templates which spawned the idea are from Chris Beaumont, however many other guest […]

Ted (Film) – 7GPPs

by JodieAvoon 17/12/2012
Straight to the Point: I am a big fan of anything Seth MacFarlane related, and this film is a brilliant mish mash of adult humour,  big kid behaviours, and the on-going war of “bros before hoes”; frustratingly hilarious. Ted (2012) was directed by Seth MacFarlane and as a result of a childhood wish, John Bennett’s […]