Category: Review

Orphan Black 2.02 Review: Governed By Sound Reason and True Religion

by Luciana / April 27, 2014
Orphan Black 2.02 Review: Governed By Sound Reason and True Religion
Just like any Orphan Black episode, last night’s gripping hour had a lot going on and a whole lot of new information for fans to absorb. First, Sarah and Kyra were reunited, Alison found out that Donny is indeed her monitor, Helena was kidnapped by the Proletheans and Cosima started to work for the DYAD [...] Read More

Hannibal 2.09 Review: The Animal Within

by Mel BiJeaux / April 25, 2014
Hannibal 2.09 Review: The Animal Within
Hannibal is pushing ever closer to that line where Will becomes exactly what Hannibal Lecter is grooming him to be – a killer. And up until now, I’ve thought that Will was still playing a long con to lure Hannibal into a vulnerable state. But after this bloodbath episode, I’m not so sure anymore. Hannibal [...] Read More

Elementary 2.21 Review: Sherlock Doesn’t Share

by Mel BiJeaux / April 25, 2014
Elementary 2.21 Review: Sherlock Doesn’t Share
We all know that Sherlock isn’t big on sharing his toys. And even thought it is demeaning to call Joan Watson one of his “toys” that’s just about how he treats her sometimes. Now we all know he cares very deeply – as deeply as he is able – for her and she knows too. [...] Read More

The Vampire Diaries 5.19 “Man on Fire” Review

by Emma Fraser / April 25, 2014
The Vampire Diaries 5.19 “Man on Fire” Review
The bonds we share with others give characters that might otherwise be monsters a reason to keep their humanity and this is a repeated theme on The Vampire Diaries. Flicking the switch is the thing that takes place in moments of despair and it is something we’ve seen on multiple occasions; whenever this occurs, bad [...] Read More

The Blacklist 1.19 Review: Tom Was Doing His Job

by Mel BiJeaux / April 22, 2014
The Blacklist 1.19 Review: Tom Was Doing His Job
Tom may have been doing his job in this episode of The Blacklist, but we still love to hate him for it. And apparently he hocks Ford mustangs on the side too! Whatever Tom’s ultimate mission was, it’s pretty safe to say that it went pair-shaped, and now he’s in the wind and Liz is [...] Read More

Hannibal 2.08 Review: The Cocoon

by Mel BiJeaux / April 20, 2014
Hannibal 2.08 Review: The Cocoon
Seeing someone stuffed inside another large animal brings back memories of Han Solo, Luke and the Tauntaun. But in Hannibal, there are no life saving measures, its all about someone’s twisted desires to give back a life by taking it. And this episode is HUGE with the amount of shade Will throws at Hannibal during [...] Read More

Orphan Black 2.01 Review: A Twist That You Definitely Didn’t See Coming

by Luciana / April 20, 2014
Orphan Black 2.01 Review: A Twist That You Definitely Didn’t See Coming
After nearly a year of anticipation, Orphan Black returned tonight with an episode that had so many twists and turns that I don’t even know where to start talking about it. The Canadian show hit the jackpot with its debut season last year and quickly became a cult hit among fans worldwide. So after such [...] Read More

The Vampire Diaries 5.18 “Resident Evil” Review

by Emma Fraser / April 18, 2014
The Vampire Diaries 5.18 “Resident Evil” Review
Fate, prophecy and choice are all discussed on The Vampire Diaries as the Travelers versus witches battle escalates and everything becomes rather muddled for both the characters and the overall storyline. Visions between Stefan and Elena of a perfect non-supernatural life lead to yet more relationship talks with one half of the love triangle coming out of [...] Read More

The Neighbors 2.22 Review – There Goes the Neighbors’ Hood

by Shelli / April 11, 2014
The Neighbors 2.22 Review – There Goes the Neighbors’ Hood
What can be said of tonight’s season (possibly series) finale of The Neighbors, other than it reiterated exactly what the show originally set out to be: a weird yet charming commentary on what makes a family. After the events of last week’s episode – Larry Bird’s manipulating brother DJ Jazzy Jeff twisting the Zabvronians and Weavers [...] Read More

Elementary 2.20 Review: Of Angst and Anthrax

by Mel BiJeaux / April 11, 2014
Elementary 2.20 Review: Of Angst and Anthrax
Last night’s episode of Elementary had two good things going for it – a scary weapon that is killing people and some seriously good personal character angst for Holmes. he case got a little predictable by the end, but in the beginning it was well worth the interest. But by far the shining point of [...] Read More