Posts by Eden Arnold

About Eden Arnold

With over a decade of writing experience and by-lines in print, books, and online in addition to a lifetime of television watching experience, Eden is passionate about combining the two. Obsessed with all things TV, she is thrilled to bring all of her many television opinions to the masses.



"Riverdale": Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa On Our Gang's Real World Reaction

Riverdale creator, writer, and executive producer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa is doing his part to help fans pass the time at home with a little fun speculation over how the gang would handle our current reality. Contributing to a line-up of shows getting the "What If…?" treatment from their respective writers, showrunners, etc., Aguirre-Sacasa breaks down why […]

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"Westworld": Familiar Face Returns in "The Mother of Exiles" [PREVIEW]

HBO's Westworld has been especially kind to viewers this week, not only with a look at Sunday's episode "The Mother of Exiles" but also with some amazing behind-the-scenes looks. Before we take a look ahead at the upcoming episode, a warning and a treat first. There are of course MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD! for not just […]


"iHeart Living Room Concert for America": Intimate & Imaginative Affair

Leave it to FOX and iHeart to get creative in this time of need and give everyone a little bit of cheer – and artists a bit of a creative outreach that's not just the internet – with iHeart Living Room Concert for America. Hosted by Sir Elton John, loads of singers and a few […]


"Westworld" Season 3 "The Absence of Field" Was Worth The Wait [REVIEW]

Welcome back to Westworld – err… figuartively speaking, not talking about the actual park. Because HBO's pretty much burned to the ground by now. This week's episode is a cerebral journey through the near-future and an exploration of self as several characters seek the answer to the question, "Who am I?". We were given a […]

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"The Exorcist" Composer Krzysztof Penderecki Dies at Age 86

If the name Krzysztof Penderecki isn't familiar to you, chances are you've heard and appreciated his work. Penderecki, a famous modern classical composer responsible for his contributions to many films including The Shining, Shutter Island, and The Exorcist died earlier today at his home in Krakow, Poland according to The Hollywood Reporter. He died early […]

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Bleeding Cool Shares 7 Movies That Give Us Hope

Now, I know things are bleak and hope feels helpless right now, but all the more reason to indulge in a little bit of escapism, at least that's what we here at Bleeding Cool think. So, allow us to present to you the movies that give us hope. Adi Tantimedh – A Matter of Life […]

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"All My Children" Alum John Callahan Passes Away, Age 66

It's a sad day for fans of classic ABC soap staple All My Children, with news that former cast member John Callahan passed away on March 28 at Eisenhower Medical Center from complications stemming from a massive stroke. Callahan suffered the stroke at his home on Friday, and was placed on life support after being […]

'Simpsons World' to Shutter Once Disney+ Launches

"The Simpsons" Wax Nostalgic with These Twitter Gems

Aaah, Twitter – a many sordid hive of memes and screams into the void. Leave it to The Simpsons artist and director David Silverman to break through the shenanigans with some classic nostalgia, Simpsons-style. He tweeted a video clip from an old VHS tape – a pencil animation test circa April 1996. He says it […]

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"For All Mankind" Shoots for Moon, Blasts Beyond [SPOILER REVIEW]

Happy quarant-streaming, friends! So here's how I found my way to Apple TV+'s For All Mankind… Been meaning to burn through that streaming service free trial? Have you been meaning to finally catch up on your watch list but have just been to busy? It may not be ideal, but this is the perfect time […]

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"Brews Brothers": Netflix Comedy Exactly What We Need Now [TRAILER]

Are you a fan of irreverent comedy and madcap sibling relationships? If so, do I have a show for you to look forward to! Brews Brothers is a new Netflix show releasing April 10, and it looks absolutely hilarious. It's been on my radar for awhile, but I realize it's flown pretty low to the […]


"Snoopy in Space": Smart, Out-Of-This-World Fun for All Ages [REVIEW]

Losing your mind with the kiddos trapped at home with no foreseeable chance at parole? We've got you covered! Well, for a couple hours or so at least. Enter Snoopy in Space, the delightful AppleTV+ series that's both entertaining and educational. The episodes are short – only about 10 minutes a piece, but there's 12 […]

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"Westworld" Season 3 Takes Us Behind the Scenes of Warworld [VIDEO]

What did you think about this past week's second episode of Westworld season 3? If your response is, "I haven't seen it," then you probably want to go watch it or read my review on it before proceeding. Now, if you happened to stick around after the episode, you would've noticed a lot of clips […]


"Westworld" [Review]: Rebooting Old Themes Hinders "The Winter Line"

Welcome back to another episode of HBO's now inappropriately-named Westworld! Despite the name, the titular park hasn't really been the main setting since the first season… unless you want to go with some kind of "metaphor," I guess… but I digress… Hope you like Maeve (Thandie Newton), because this week's episode was a very Maeve-centric […]


"Jay and Silent Bob Reboot" Review: Familiar but Fresh for New Fans

As far as 90s stoner film franchises go, the Clerks universe has given us a gift directly from God herself (more like Kevin Smith, but hey – just go with it) in the form of the dynamic duo Jay and Silent Bob. Now, it's been a hot minute since besties Jason Mewes and do-it-all whiz […]

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"Big Time Adolescence" Review: Feels Like a True to Life Coming of Age Story

Stuck at home and desperately seeking new content to stream? Enter Hulu to the rescue! Of course, it was set for Hulu before "quarren-streaming" was a thing, but our Disney overlords of content decided to move it up a week and release it on the platform March 13. In case you are completely unaware of […]

In appreciation of Hustle and Flow

In Appreciation of "Hustle & Flow"

You know it's still hard out here for a pimp, and if you don't, allow me to educate you, mane. If you're not familiar with Hustle & Flow, let me take you back a few years – 2005 to be precise.  Memphis, Tennessee – DJay (Terrence Howard) a pimp who's struggling in the current market […]