Category Archives: Reviews
Thor’s Lady Sif made a special appearance on tonight’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., tracking down an escaped Asgardian convict who can control the minds of men. It was certainly fun to have Jaimie Alexander’s Sif join SHIELD on “Yes Men,” providing
True Detective brought it home in stunning fashion as Marty and Rust plunged themselves into pure darkness in order to bring past evils to light. (Depending on how long “Form and Void” sits and stews in my brain, I may
ABC’s new “back from the dead” mystery drama Resurrection delivers a soft punch, with too much heart and no bite.
Bill Paxton joined Agents of Shield this week as Marvel’s Agent John Garrett – as Coulson and the Bus Team took a huge risk to save Skye’s life. While I appreciated the overall intensity and urgency of “T.A.H.I.T.I.,” I’m still a
True Detective got a little more straight-forward in its penultimate Season 1 episode, as Marty and Rust reunited in 2012 to dig up old secrets. “We left something undone.” Even though “After You’ve Gone” played things more conventionally, focusing mostly
On this week’s Banshee, Hood kept taking the fight to Proctor while others unfortunately suffered due to the good Sheriff’s dangerous methods. As a TV critic, it’s hard not to try and get ahead of a show. Most of the
As we enter the final act of True Detective, a familiar face is brought into the police precinct answer questions about Cohle and Hart’s falling out in 2002. Before I slice into the strata of “Haunted Houses,” let me just
The Walking Dead focused on the rest of the prison survivors this week, revealing the fates of Daryl, Maggie, Glenn, Tyreese, and more. So, everyone’s accounted for. No one’s dead. Including baby Judith, who was rescued by Tyreese off screen.
In True Detective‘s best episode to date, Hart and Cohle track down Reggie Ledoux – but is he the real “monster at the end of it?” “I’ll tell you about the Yellow King!” When you start off giving a pilot