Category: Review

The Walking Dead 5.14 “Spend” Review – Major Death, Major Betrayal, Major Zombies

by Jon Lachonis / March 16, 2015
The Walking Dead 5.14 “Spend” Review – Major Death, Major Betrayal, Major Zombies
We knew the calm wouldn’t last long. Last night’s The Walking Dead, “Spend”, was overflowing with Zombie action, major deaths with major implications, Judas like betrayal, and pure awesomeness. Just when it looked like Rick and crew might find a place where they fit in, survivor baggage and all, this episode happened. If there isn’t [...] Read More

The Blacklist 2.15 Review: Lizzie’s Truth

by Mel BiJeaux / March 13, 2015
The Blacklist 2.15 Review: Lizzie’s Truth

Lizzie may not be able to hid behind her federal credentials for long when she is forced to testify to a judge about the events surrounding the murder on the barge and Tom Keen. What she ends up doing is giving us a “how we got to here” flashback of how Red Reddington changed Liz Keen’s life forever.

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Elementary 3.16 Review: Know Thy Self

by Mel BiJeaux / March 6, 2015
Elementary 3.16 Review: Know Thy Self

When Sherlock becomes the prime suspect in the murder of a woman during the height of his drug use, his confidence in himself waivers. For all he knows, he could have killed her in a drug induced hysteria. Watson must realize that there are facets of Sherlock even she doesn’t know.

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The Blacklist 2.14 Review: Auction Block Action

by Mel BiJeaux / March 6, 2015
The Blacklist 2.14 Review: Auction Block Action

Red gets captured and put up for auction by a super rich and sadistic family who auctions off rare items and people to the wealthy underworld. Liz goes undercover to save him and Cooper feels like he has nothing to lose anymore, and starts ignoring the rules.

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The Blacklist 2.13 Review: Hunting the Hunter

by Mel BiJeaux / February 27, 2015
The Blacklist 2.13 Review: Hunting the Hunter

A creepy killer who strings their victims up and processes them like a deer hunter, Liz’s rear being pulled out of the fire by Red yet again, and still no information on the Fulcrum add up to a lackluster episode.

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MythBusters Review: A Season of Ups and Downs

by Alan Eggleston / February 21, 2015
MythBusters Review: A Season of Ups and Downs
Season 13 of MythBusters lasted only six episodes, a disappointingly short season. However, I think we can look back on it from a broader view and reach some positive conclusions. We Survived the Loss of Kari, Tory, and Grant First, we survived the loss of three very popular co-hosts: Kari Byron, Tory Belleci, and Grant [...] Read More

The Blacklist 2.11 Review: No Games, Only Players

by Mel BiJeaux / February 13, 2015
The Blacklist 2.11 Review: No Games, Only Players

After the high-stakes tension of the last two episodes, The Blacklist takes a bit of a breather with this episode. Not to say there isn’t still plenty of action, but it’s mainly run-of-the-mill bloodletting that the show gives us on a weekly basis when it’s characters deal with the nasties of the world. There were a few tidbits relating to the main story arch, but in all, this was a “bad guy of the week” filler.

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The Blacklist 2.10 Review: Follow The White Rabbit

by Mel BiJeaux / February 6, 2015
The Blacklist 2.10 Review: Follow The White Rabbit

The Blacklist keeps up the tempo of the heart racing, edge of your seat tension for the conclusion of the Super Bowl extravaganza. The show proves again that it has mastered the carrot-on-a-stick scenario, keeping the fans in limbo on so many of the main mythos plots, giving us peeks and tidbits but always leaving us hanging in the end.

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Sleepy Hollow 2.15 Review: Bad Little Witch

by Mel BiJeaux / February 3, 2015
Sleepy Hollow 2.15 Review: Bad Little Witch

It seems like we are seeing some of the “new and improved” Sleepy Hollow, foretold by the TPBs as a way to assuage the outcry of fan discontent this season. This episode proved to be more reminiscent of season one, with a slightly more interesting and historically tied villain and less Crane Family Drama.

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The Blacklist 2.09 Review: The Fulcrum Key

by Mel BiJeaux / February 2, 2015
The Blacklist 2.09 Review: The Fulcrum Key

Red’s imprisoned on an oil rig CIA black site along with Luther Braxton, a resourceful bad guy who knows the the Fulcrum is Red’s Achilles heel. Liz must try to save Red and discover more about the fulcrum.

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