Articles Posted in the " Television " Category

  • The Walking Dead 4 x 03 Review: Isolated

    Last week we saw the survivors facing a new threat coming from inside the prison. An unknown virus started to infect people, make them cough blood, and killed them; which then made them come back as zombies. The main mystery last episode left us with was about who killed Karen and David, the only two […]


  • White Collar: 5×02 ‘Out of the Frying Pan’ Review

    Last week’s White Collar left us with the information that Neal would be getting a new handler, one who would see him for what he is… a criminal. This week introduced us to rising star, Agent David Seigal (Warren Kole) who isn’t what Neal expects as a new handler, as he’s neither middle-aged nor a curmudgeon.  […]



  • The Tomorrow People – Episode 3 Review

    Last week on The Tomorrow People we learned about the inner workings of Ultra, met a new “paranormal” (the new name they coined because everyone hated the term “homo superior”), and found out that Stephen is really bad at teleporting (which I admit, I enjoyed immensely.) This week the focus is closer to home and […]


  • American Horror Story: Coven Episode 3 Review

      American Horror Story: Coven started out strong and has no intention of slowing down. (trigger warnings for rape, incest, and abuse) In the first two episodes of the season we got introduced to the rivalry between the Voodoo practitioners of New Orleans and the witches of Salem along with what the Voodoo Queen, Marie […]


  • Has Teen Wolf Social Media Lost its Edge?

    Social media has become an increasingly important – if not the most important – part of marketing for film and television. Sites like Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr allow fans to engage directly with creators. Nielsen has started accounting for tweets and word-of-tweet recommendations can literally make or break a television show. These days a strong […]


  • Supernatural Review 9×03- I’m No Angel

    It was the episode many fans have been dreading. I’ve been dreading it myself, but probably for different reasons than most. Personally, I wasn’t looking forward to having to write reviews for three episodes in a row that essentially say “please don’t hate this female character.” Those articles are no fun to write. But I’ve […]


  • Almost Human Pushed Back 2 Weeks

    Almost Human was set to premiere just two weeks from tonight. People were practically counting down the hours and tuned in to tonight’s episode of Bones in droves just for a sneak peak of the show.  The sneak peak itself was fabulous (I love the term “ro-bromance” so thank you for that), but the news […]


  • The Walking Dead 4×02 Review: Infected

    On last week’s season premiere of The Walking Dead, it rained zombies and we learned about Rick’s three questions. But we begin this week with 0 days without an accident, and our survivors don’t get much further than that before one of the cell blocks is attacked. And at the same time, Maggie and Carl […]


  • Lone Commander’s Top 5 Non-Gory Halloween Specials/Episodes

    Halloween is a time to revel in the macabre, the weird, and the terrifying. These animated stories prove that you can pull all of that off without crossing into a PG-13 rating. 1. Scary Godmother Halloween Spooktacular and Scary Godmother 2: The Revenge of Jimmy These two specials are based off Jill Thompson’s book/comic characters. […]