Category: Review

The Blacklist 1.14 Review: The Lady In Red

by Mel BiJeaux / February 25, 2014
The Blacklist 1.14 Review: The Lady In Red
The Olympics are over and The Blacklist is back, with Red having “cleaned house” at the FBI black site of moles and betrayers. There is still the little issue of Malik’s loyalties still being questionable, but I guess Red put down her master and gave her a chance to redeem herself. This episode felt like [...] Read More

Elementary 2.15 Review: Dancing With Death

by Mel BiJeaux / February 7, 2014
Elementary 2.15 Review: Dancing With Death
When last we left Elementary, Joan was striking out on her own as far as cases. She was taking on Sherlock’s cold cases and actually solving them, proving that even the world’s greatest detective can’t win them all, especially when he’s high. This week, I really wish they’d spent a little more time on Watson’s [...] Read More

The Vampire Diaries 5.13 “Total Eclipse of the Heart” Review

by Emma Fraser / February 7, 2014
The Vampire Diaries 5.13 “Total Eclipse of the Heart” Review
Damon hasn’t gone off the deep end like this for what feels like an age on The Vampire Diaries and this is why the end of last week’s episode was such a shock; this is the Damon of early season 1. His subsequent actions this week continue to rock the relatively steady boat that had become [...] Read More

The Neighbors 2.15 Review – Feelings, Feelings Everywhere

by Shelli / February 1, 2014
The Neighbors 2.15 Review – Feelings, Feelings Everywhere
As usual, last night’s episode of The Neighbors brought the warm fuzzies in with the humor and once again pushed relationships to new, honest places. Debbie spends the half-hour trying to be the cool big sister to her college study group.  But once the college kids realize that she has a washing machine that doesn’t require [...] Read More

Elementary 2.14 Review: Prehistoric Unsolved Case

by Mel BiJeaux / January 31, 2014
Elementary 2.14 Review: Prehistoric Unsolved Case
I admit to thoroughly enjoying last night’s Elementary, and it wasn’t just the dinosaur part of it. Okay, the dinos were a big part, but mostly, as always, I enjoy seeing Sherlock being put into new character driven situations. Specifically his new appointment as sober sponsor to Randy. I’d have to say some of the [...] Read More

The Vampire Diaries 5.12 “The Devil Inside” Review

by Emma Fraser / January 31, 2014
The Vampire Diaries 5.12 “The Devil Inside” Review
Saying goodbye to Katherine was never going to be easy as we discovered last week on The Vampire Diaries and she’s not going to give up a perfectly good vampire body that happens to look like her without a fight. It’s another excellent turn by Nina Dobrev as she plays Katherine playing Elena with an air of [...] Read More

The Blacklist 1.13 Review: Baby Farm

by Mel BiJeaux / January 28, 2014
The Blacklist 1.13 Review: Baby Farm
After last week’s somewhat mediocre episode of The Blacklist, this weeks added the oomph the other was lacking in the story line department. And by that I mean we got just another small taste of back story on Red, and we found out that there was more to Meera Malik’s storyline than met the eye. [...] Read More

The Vampire Diaries 5.11 Review “500 Years of Solitude”

by Emma Fraser / January 24, 2014
The Vampire Diaries 5.11 Review “500 Years of Solitude”
Happy 100th episode The Vampire Diaries! It’s a good return to form and one that focused on everything that makes this such a fun show to watch and write about. That’s right there was no Whitmore College mystery or experiments this week. Instead they go old school and feature pretty much every important character from the first [...] Read More

The Blacklist 1.12 Review: Bad Science

by Mel BiJeaux / January 21, 2014
The Blacklist 1.12 Review: Bad Science
This episode of The Blacklist made me wonder if one of my suspicions about Red is true. That he’s using Liz as a means to end; that he must keep stringing her along with teases of the truth so that he can continue to have access to her cases and the bad guys she catches. [...] Read More