Articles Posted in the " Episode Reviews " Category

  • The Walking Dead 5×07 Review: Crossed

    The penultimate episode of the first half of Walking Dead season five jumped right into the thick of things with Daryl and Noah already back at the church. In fact, we apparently completely skipped everyone meeting Noah and any sort of discussion about how they were going to get Beth and Carol back. Considering how […]


  • Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. 2×8 Review: The Things We Bury

    This Season of S.H.I.E.L.D. has been miles above last years underwhelming first half – the fast pace has upped the excitement level to a peak, which is great. Yet it’s still not quite there because with the increased pace some of the amazing character moments that made this show so loveable in the first place […]


  • Constantine 1×05 Review: Danse Vaudou

    This week’s episode was somewhat better when it comes to giving Chas and Zed quality screen time, but it still felt like they were essentially ghost babysitters, instead of having a large amount of significance to the plot. The ghosts were formidable at least, and we got to see each of Constantine’s companions using their […]


  • Supernatural 10×06 Review: Ask Jeeves

    One of the best movies of the 1980s is “Clue”, based off the popular board game of the same name. Leave it to Supernatural to do an entire show with it as a massive reference. This week’s episode reverted back to the “monster of the week” format. It looks like they are doing a one-off/one-on […]


  • Arrow 3×07 Review: Draw Back Your Bow

    I’m going to begin this article by saying that while I usually research new characters who pop up in Arrow, I have not read the source material. It was pointed out to me that this was very obvious; to be honest, I’ve never been a big fan of DC’s comics or characters, but also it’s […]


  • Gotham 1×9 Review: Harvey Dent

    I have a question for the writers of Gotham: Why is it the character, whose name the episode is titled after, has the shortest screen time? They did the same thing with ‘Selina Kyle‘ and repeated it this week with ‘Harvey Dent’. The episode was still able to keep me interested because it gave me what […]


  • Sleepy Hollow Review 2×9: “Mama”

    If this week’s episode of Sleepy Hollow accomplished anything, it was proving that Ichabod and Katrina drag the show down and the true heroes are Abbie and Jenny. But we already knew that, didn’t we? The last several weeks have featured some of the dullest and most painful episodes of Sleepy Hollow’s short life. Why, […]


  • The Walking Dead 5×06 Review: Consumed

    When “Consumed” opened with a flashback to Rick leaving Carol, I was immediately excited to see where they were going to take this episode. However, I was a bit surprised that nearly all of it was something of one long flashback to hers and Daryl’s search for Beth, interrupted only by very brief scenes from […]


  • Constantine 1×04 Review: A Feast of Friends

    This episode had a lot going for it in many ways and, if the buzz about it continues, could prove to be a turning point for the series. This episode was based off the very first Hellblazer story, so fans of the original comic may be more swayed by it than the three that came […]


  • Agents of SHIELD 2×07 Review: The Writing on the Wall

    This week’s episode brings us some answers and conclusions to questions posed last season. We finally get to find out what the heck is going on with “Ward who has information about [Skye’s] father who just happens to have the alien buzzkill device which is somehow connected to the writing which is somehow connected to […]