Articles Posted in the " Television " Category

  • Walking Dead 4×13 Review: Alone

    While last week’s complete focus on Beth and Daryl had its weak points, and tonight’s episode was certainly both more suspenseful and action-focused, I can’t help but feel that Still was the stronger of the two in terms of furthering the story. Alone begins with a flashback to Bob’s past – a montage of him […]


  • Helix 1×10 Review: Fushigi

    With only three episodes left in its first season – and as yet, no announcement that Helix has been picked up for a second – I’m beginning to wonder if this show is ever going to take itself in a logical direction. Though there have been several quality episodes, they are sadly bogged down with […]


  • Hannibal 2×02 Review: Sakizuki

    If this season is going to end with the confrontation between Hannibal and Jack, then last night’s episode provided the first threads of doubt against our favorite villain.  It’s subtle and I’m really looking forward to seeing this slow unveiling develop throughout season two.  Without further ado, let’s jump into my thoughts on “Sakizuki”. Color […]


  • Femslash Poll Results

    Shipping polls are difficult.  Having to end things early because of botting debacles isn’t fun and we regret having to do that.  We’ve listened to feedback and took action when commenters had concerns, but none of that was enough to appease voters.  We put anti-botting measures in place, but that caused anger because one pairing […]


  • Reign 1×13 Review: The Consummation

    The fans of one ship mourn while the fans of another rejoice.  Meanwhile the ship between me and Catherine remains strong, as this woman is flawless and better than all of us!  But I will try to reign in my enthusiasm (pun intended) because this was a pretty exciting episode with many great moments.  Amy […]


  • Glee 5×10 Review: Trio

    It seems Glee is really going to make a full shift to the New York storyline sooner rather than later. It’s as if the freshmen don’t even exist in the show anymore. Trio focused on Rachel and Santana’s feud, and the seniors nearing graduation at McKinley. It was an enjoyable episode but not one of […]


  • Supernatural 9×15 Review: Thinman

    It appears that none of the huge issues of this season are troubling neither Sam nor Dean. Life for the Winchesters is seemingly much calmer than in recent years as tonight’s episode of Supernatural has them crossing paths with The Ghostfacers. It’s the same cookie cutter monster-of-the-week episode we’ve seen multiple times this season. Though […]


  • Teen Wolf 3 x 21 Review: The Fox and the Wolf

    Last week we received an extended look at the final four episodes of this season of Teen Wolf. It promised a lot of action, violent injuries, fight sequences, and genuinely spooky moments. So how does the start of this four-episode conclusion begin? With an hour of exposition, backstory, and a motley team-up of characters talking […]


  • “I’m Nothing”: Castiel in Supernatural 9×14, and His Road So Far

    He’s essentially… a perfect machine that has been infected with human qualities. Or you could say he was once a ruthless mechanism and he’s been elevated by human qualities. He’s a hybrid now. That creates as much conflict as it does insight. — Ben Edlund on Castiel, May 6, 2011 Supernatural 9.14, “Captives”, scripted by […]


  • Walking Dead 4×12 Review: Still

    The opening scene of this week’s Walking Dead was teased last Sunday, and yet again I found myself thinking, “The trunk of a car? Is that really a good idea?” While it still had some suspense to it, I felt like the idea of Daryl and Beth climbing into the trunk of an abandoned car […]