Articles Posted in the " Episode Reviews " Category

  • The Flash 5×09 Review: “Elseworlds Part 1”

    I’ve failed you all. I totally meant to pick Supergirl back up this season and start reviewing it again, and I haven’t. But I’ve been so excited about this crossover since it was announced that I couldn’t not watch the event. This year’s annual DCTV event started with The Flash and “Elseworlds Part 1”. Read our before […]

  • Midnight, Texas 2×06 Review: No More Mr. Nice Kai

    This week’s episode of Midnight, Texas offered a couple of events which have led me to not review this show anymore unless things change. ‘No More Mr. Nice Kai’ brought back Creek for the worst reason possible while also taking Chuy and Joe’s relationship in the most predictable direction. Sigh! Read our before commenting. Please […]

  • ‘Midnight, Texas’ 2×03 Review: To Witch Hell And Back

    This weeks episode of Midnight, Texas featured the departure of another Midnighter. ‘To Witch Hell and Back’ also answered the question about why Bobo’s life is in danger. We also saw Joe being a bit too happy about going on demon hunts with Walker. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in […]

  • Midnight, Texas 2×01 Review: Head Games

    The enjoyable Midnight, Texas TV show is back on NBC with a second season! ‘Head Games’ showed Manfred dealing with the repercussions of his demonic possession. Also, I don’t trust Kai and Patience at all. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.

  • Angels of Death 1×15 Review: A vow cannot be stolen

    At the end of Angels of Death episode 14, it felt like Rachel and Zack were finally going to make their escape from the building. Instead they found a seemingly never-ending staircase and that someone had triggered a self-destruct sequence. “A vow cannot be stolen” starts where “Swear you will be killed by me” left […]

  • Doctor Who Episode 11×3 Review: Rosa

    The latest episode of Doctor Who, ‘Rosa’, didn’t pull any punches.  We were taken on a historical adventure to Rosa Park‘s historic act of protest that’s relevant to today’s political landscape. While I’ve spoken before about the diversity with the companions, it hasn’t been such an integral part of the narrative until now.  Not only […]