Power Rangers: The End of an Era. And the Possibility of a New One?


The two part finale of Power Rangers RPM airs this Saturday on ABC (for those lucky enough to have an ABC affiliate that actually airs the series).

RPM is the 17th (yes, 17th) season of the Power Rangers franchise. And while the series is far from the peak of its popularity in the mid-90s, it is still a big draw in countries around the world like Germany (where full season DVD sets have been released) and the Philippines (where a dubbed version airs every weekend). Not to mention, the action figures by Bandai still fly off the shelves.

But RPM’s finale this Saturday not only means the end of what many fans are calling one of the best seasons yet, but it could also be the end of the Power Rangers as we have known it. Continue reading

Power Rangers RPM – 30: End Game


It is the middle of the night and Gem and Gemma are in the wasteland working on a Grinder. They stand and wait until the Grinder wakes up. It stands up and Gem encourages it to go home, complete with Grinder arm motions. It turns around and walks away, Gem and Gemma are excited and do a little dance.

Back in Corinth, Dillon comes down for breakfast. He slaps Summer’s ass is greeted a good morning by Summer and she notices he is very chipper today. For the first in a long time, he says, he feels good.

Summer goes from happy to white as a sheet. Dillon looks down and sees his hand is now a robotic appendage holding a glass of apple juice. Circuitry comes flying out his shirt, Summer is horrified, Dillon wakes up.

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Power Rangers RPM – 29: If Venjix Won

Everyone’s busy in the Garage, but Ziggy wants to go out and asks each one of the others to go with him, but they all decline. Surprisingly, Dr. K comes up to Ziggy and offers to go out with him. Everyone seems surprised, especially Ziggy. She puts on a quaint straw hat and they head out.

Ziggy wonders why she wanted to go out if she doesn’t want to do anything. That’s none of his business she says as Kilobyte appears with an army of Grinders. “Don’t worry Dr. K, I got you covered,” Ziggy assures her, but she doesn’t seem all that reassured.

Ziggy morphs and fights the Grinders, but they also go after Dr. K who manages to trick them and push them out of the way. She holds on to a pole and Ziggy knocks her out Continue reading

Power Rangers RPM RETURNS! Final 4 Episodes of Season (and Maybe Series?)

Well, first of all, FINALLY, the Power Rangers RPM recaps are complete. Click here to see them all.

And just in time for the beginning of the final four episodes of POWER RANGERS RPM, airing Saturday, December 19th. (Check local listings ABC’s crazy Power Rangers airing schedule.)

Episodes 29 and 30 air December 19th while the two-part season finale (Episode 31 and 32) air next Saturday, December 26th. Not only are they the final episodes of RPM, they may very well be the final new episodes of the Power Rangers franchise forever (at the very least, a long time).

So don’t miss these next two weeks!

Power Rangers RPM’s Rose McIver Gets Rave Reviews for “The Lovely Bones”

She may be kicking Venjix ass as Summer Landsdown on Power Rangers RPM, but could Rose McIver be kicking some Best Supporting Actress ass come March?

That is, could this New Zealand native score an Oscar nomination for her pivotal role in the Peter Jackson-directed film The Lovely Bones?

Her performance as Lindsey Salmon in the buzzed about film is drawing some attention, including having San Francisco Chronicle film critic Ruthie Stein to include Rose in her early Oscar predictions.

While the film itself is getting mixed reviews in its current limited release, Rose is being singled out in many reviews as an excellent, movie stealing standout performance.

Entertainment Weekly even featured her as “Peter Jackson’s new discovery” in a November issue.

Best of luck to Rose. Imagine, an Oscar nominee from Power Rangers?

The RPM cast is doing pretty well for themselves it seems. Look out for Eka Darville in the also buzzed about Spartacus: Blood and Sand premiering in January on Starz.

Holiday Shopping Suggestions: TV on DVD

There are plenty of great deals out there this Black Friday and this weekend. Need some TV on DVD suggestions for your holiday shopping? Here are some must-haves for any DVD collection and some suggestions for catching up with current TV hits.

SUPERNATURAL
The Apocalypse is here, but the Winchester brothers are going to be taking a little break from the action until January. This presents the perfect time to catch up on the series or discover it for the first time. Watch four seasons of amazing television and find out why the show has grown a strong, dedicated group of fans that continues to grow in its current 5th season.
The four seasons are currently on sale, trust me $13 for a season is a steal considering how expensive the sets are regularly.

Supernatural – The Complete First Season $12.99
Supernatural – The Complete Second Season $12.99
Supernatural – The Complete Third Season $12.99
Supernatural: The Complete Fourth Season $14.99

Lots more suggestions after the jump →

Power Rangers RPM Recaps Update

Hey everyone!
Sorry about the looong delay in RPM recaps. I’ll be working on them in the next month, but rest assured the recaps for the entire season will be complete and up to date before the final four episodes which will air Saturdays, December 19 and 26. Big dates indeed, for RPM and for the franchise as a whole!

Thanks for your patience!