Archive for the ‘Reviews’ Category

Humans: “Episode 2″ Review


In Humans’ second episode, Anita’s odd behavior begins to escalate while Dr. Millican receives a new replacement health-bot.

Penny Dreadful: What’s Lies Ahead in Season 3?


Penny Dreadful’s creator/writer John Logan talks to IGN about the big Season 2 finale and which characters may debut (or return) in Season 3.

Penny Dreadful: “And They Were Enemies” Review


In Penny Dreadful’s Season 2 finale, Vanessa is confronted with the ultimate temptation while coming face to (familiar) face with the Devil.

Ballers: “Move the Chains” Review


In Ballers’ third episode, Spencer and Joe throw a giant party to try and attract more business.

Under the Dome: “Redux” Review


The Dome denizens returned to reality this week and had a hard time accepting the Dome-iness of it all.

Aquarius: “Cease to Resist” Review


In Aquarius’ seventh episode, an undercover gig makes Brian uncomfortable while an old flame visits Charlie.

Firefly: “The Train Job” Flashback Review


Mal agrees to work for a notorious crime lord in Firefly’s alternate pilot, “The Train Job.”

Salem: “The Witching Hour” Review


Salem ended its season season with fire, death, rebirth…and then more death.

Penny Dreadful: “And Hell Itself My Only Foe” Review


Penny Dreadful’s penultimate Season 2 episode takes our heroes into the dark depths of Evelyn’s witch lair.

Ballers: “Raise Up” Review


In Ballers’ second episode, Spencer tries to get Vernon to sign on the all-important dotted line.

Humans: Series Premiere Review


AMC’s new sci-fi series takes place in a world where robotic servants are designed to look human.

Under the Dome: Season 3 Premiere Review


Under the Dome returned for its third season with less Dome and more hard(ish) answers.

Aquarius: “A Whiter Shade of Pale” Review


In Aquarius’ sixth chapter, Sam helps Brian settle a feud with some racist neighbors while Charmain tries to find justice for a beaten cheerleader.

Firefly: Pilot Flashback Review


We begin our look back at Firefly, Joss Whedon’s beloved, unique space western starring Nathan Fillion as a soldier-turned-smuggler.

WWE Tough Enough: Season Premiere Review


WWE premiered their brand new season of Tough Enough featuring Chris Jericho as host and judges Daniel Bryan, Hulk Hogan, and Paige.

Penny Dreadful: “Memento Mori” Review


Malcolm is confronted with painful memories while Angelique makes a startling discovery.

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