Articles Posted in the " Television " Category

  • Supernatural 9×06 Review: “Heaven Can’t Wait”

    Everyone dreams of hitting a home run in their debut at the plate. In my estimation, Robert Berens accomplished this one-in-a-million scenario. “Heaven Can’t Wait” was intriguing, emotional, and was a treasure trove for meta and fanfic writers alike. Moreover, it left us with a sense of foreboding which Supernatural fans are more accustomed to […]


  • Walker Stalker Con 2013: Panel Highlights

    The panel schedule at Walker Stalker Con was packed, and I made time to attend as many as possible. Although the convention had great attendance, I loved that there wasn’t really a need to line up hours beforehand in order to get a seat – I was often able to walk right in and grab […]


  • Sleepy Hollow 1×07 Review: The Midnight Ride

    Sleepy Hollow is proving itself to be the show that just keeps on giving.  This week’s episode was arguably the strongest of the season so far, crammed-packed full with so much character and plot development, humor, and general badassery that it was difficult to distil into a single review. After last week’s tear-jerker of a […]


  • The Walking Dead 4×05 Review: Internment

    Episode five of the current season of The Walking Dead opened essentially right where it left off last week – Rick is still driving, though instead of showing him watching himself in the rear view mirror, his injured hand is the focal point of the moment. Is this pandering to comic book fans, or a […]


  • White Collar 5×04: Controlling Interest Review

    The current season of White Collar keeps side-stepping my expectations.  The end of last season led me to expect season three to center on getting Peter out of jail and/or finding and convicting Neal’s father, with all inherent questioning of loyalties and excavating of the criminal underworld.  That was of course up-ended when Peter got […]


  • American Horror Story: Coven Episode 5 Review: Burn, Witch. Burn!

    Last week’s episode left us with Cordelia getting some sort of solution thrown at her face, and the young witches ready to take on a horde of zombies. This week’s episode picks up from there, and though there were some cool, though funny, zombie killing scenes, it was all about mother and daughter relationships. Along […]


  • Supernatural Review S9E05 Dog Dean Afternoon

    I’ll start by saying that this episode is bad.  It is so bad in fact that it is actually good.  And I mean that in the best way possible.  It is just so corny and ridiculous I laughed while watching it, but I have the sense of humor of a twelve year old so while […]


  • Baiting the Fandom That Feeds You

    With fandom’s migration online and the rise of Social Media, any hope of hiding fan practices has basically disintegrated. Creators (including performers, writers, directors and producers) are actively encouraged to interact with fans via platforms like Twitter, Facebook and even Tumblr. So while some fans desperately attempt to maintain the illusion of the Fourth Wall […]


  • Andrew Lincoln Press Roundtable

    I was presented with an amazing opportunity as a member of the press for Walker Stalker Con this past weekend – the chance to participate in a roundtable with Andrew Lincoln, who is of course the star of AMC’s The Walking Dead. Just eight members of the press were at this particular interview, and each […]


  • Sleepy Hollow 1×06 Review: The Sin Eater

      This week, FOX welcomed back Sleepy Hollow after a three week hiatus. They promised some serious plot development before the break, and they did not disappoint. Not only did “Sin Eater” provide some interesting back story for Ichabod, it had Katrina, Abbie and Jenny team up to save him when he gets kidnapped. This […]