Articles Posted in the " Episode Reviews " Category


  • Star Wars Rebels 4×07 & 4×08 Reviews: Kindred and Crawler Commanders

    Perhaps it was the amount of physical travel that the characters did between “Kindred” and “Crawler Commanders”, but these two episodes felt much more like standalone stories than the previous sets. Granted, “Crawler Commanders” couldn’t have happened without “Kindred”, but at the end of “Kindred” we did know that Hera had made it away from […]


  • Star Trek Discovery 1×8 Review: Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum

    ‘Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum’ was slow, but important. It not only strengthened our understanding of the characters, but introduced plot elements that could have far reaching repercussions.  “Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum” translates to “If you want peace, prepare for war.”  It was the straightforward theme of the episode, which took place on the […]


  • The Walking Dead 8×03 Review: Monsters

    “Monsters” should have been an excellent reintroduction of Morales, should have answered lingering questions about the Sanctuary vs the Saviors shoot out, and given us Negan, DAMMIT. Instead, we received artsy cuts of boots moving through grass, moral compasses arguing, ninja forest fights, and Stop Walk n’ Roll walkers. Plot? What plot? As much as […]


  • Gotham 4×7 Review: A Day in the Narrows

    This week’s episode of Gotham, titled ‘A Day in the Narrows,’ continued Professor Pyg’s fight against the GCPD and showed Baby Bruce finding an unhealthy way to ignore his feelings. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • Mr Robot 3×4 Review: metadata.par2

    If ‘legacy.so‘ was shipper paradise, ‘metadata.par2’ was absolute shipper hell.  Someone save me from this pain! Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.




  • The Walking Dead 8×02 Review: The Damned

    If my eyes rolled any further back in my head during this episode, they would have rolled around on my living room floor. The Damned left me simultaneously annoyed and infuriatingly anxious. I don’t do very well with foreboding hallways and opening danger doors because of all the trauma the show has inflicted upon me […]


  • Supergirl 3×04 Review: The Faithful

    Like so many episodes of Supergirl, “The Faithful” is an incredibly timely story dealing with cult-like personalities and Freedom of Religion, as Kara struggles to come to terms with an organization that is worshipping her as a deity. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.