Category: Review

Elementary 2.02 Review: One Plus One Equals Dead

by Mel BiJeaux / October 4, 2013
Elementary 2.02 Review: One Plus One Equals Dead
Sometimes Elementary‘s cases can be a little hard to wrap one’s brain around. But when you throw in an unsolvable math problem as a catalyst for betrayal and murder, you had better hope the writers can make the viewers understand the value of such a problem. And do it without making us go into conniption-fit [...] Read More

Revolution 2.02 Review: Walker, Texas Ranger

by Carissa Pavlica / October 2, 2013
Revolution 2.02 Review: Walker, Texas Ranger
Revolution Season 2 is shaping up to be a really fantastic television show. There is barely a hint of the show that aired last year, despite following the same characters, living in the same world without electricity, utilizing flashbacks to explain how they have gotten to where they are now and retaining the name Revolution. It’s [...] Read More

Castle: 6.02 “Dreamworld” Review

by Luciana / October 1, 2013
Castle: 6.02 “Dreamworld” Review
That was a lot more intense than I thought it would be. Okay, so they left us with one hell of a cliffhanger, but with Castle being the lead of the show, I honestly thought things would be resolved fairly quickly, you know? Just imagine my surprise when Castle still had the toxin in his [...] Read More

Sleepy Hollow 1.03 Review: Not So Sweet Dreams

by Mel BiJeaux / October 1, 2013
Sleepy Hollow 1.03 Review: Not So Sweet Dreams
Sleepy Hollow pushes into the dream scape in a very Matrix-y way in this week’s episode “For the Triumph of Evil.” And just like the title suggests, this episode deals with the consequences of good people doing nothing. Or in Abbie’s case, keeping their mouths shut when the truth needed to be spoken. The past [...] Read More

Homeland 3.01 Review: The Information is Flawed

by Carissa Pavlica / September 29, 2013
Homeland 3.01 Review: The Information is Flawed
It’s going to be a whole new Homeland. For those of us who grew to love the show based upon its personal relationships rather than its politics, it’s time to realign our expectations. The good news? None of the expense or drama we’ve come to expect from this Golden Globe winning drama for Best Television Series [...] Read More

The Michael J. Fox Show Premiere Review: Mike’s Back

by Shelli / September 27, 2013
The Michael J. Fox Show Premiere Review: Mike’s Back
There’s a certain level of skepticism that seems to be associated with The Michael J. Fox Show – really, a concern that Fox’s Parkinson’s will become too central to the plot and the show could become a pity-fest. But…yeah, the disease is central to the plot because like it or not, it’s a part of [...] Read More

Revolution 2.01 Review: Nano Nanites

by Carissa Pavlica / September 25, 2013
Revolution 2.01 Review: Nano Nanites
Revolution starts Season 2 with "Born in the U.S.A.," an episode that resets the canvas back to a more simple backdrop without losing any [...] Read More