Episode five of Servant, “Cricket,” opened the doors of the Turner’s townhome to more people than ever while also shooing the Turners themselves out.
I’ll admit that this Crisis On Infinite Earths crossover hasn’t been perfect. Every moment is jam-packed and overflowing just due to the sheer size of the crossover, and yet, that’s exactly how I like it. Gone are the long-winded fight sequences and unnecessary flashbacks. And for a cliffhanger, Part Three […]
Three living Supermans, two dead ones, and a Batman walk into a crossover. Okay, so that was a trash joke, but it’s okay because Crisis Part Two picked up right where Part One left off with ten times more superheroes and more cameos. Still mourning Oliver, the heroes aren’t given […]
Ahh Crossover time. One of biggest reasons I keep returning to all of the DC TV shows, and the thief of much of my time in the last two week as I rushed to watch a total of 194 combined episodes of Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, Black […]
Attaching M. Night Shyamalan’s name to the show attaches certain expectations, though it was written by Tony Basgallop and is more in tune with Shymalan’s recent horror-near-comedy offerings like Split, rather than classics like The Sixth Sense.
By Kay-B V Wars, based on the comic series by Jonathan Maberry centers around Dr. Luther Swann (Ian Somerhalder, Vampire Diaries) and his best friend, Michael Fayne (Adrian Holmes, A Christmas Horror Story) as they adapt and adjust in world with a deadly outbreak, it’s fatal consequences, and ultimately a […]
I have had my gripes and uncertainties about this adaptation of the His Dark Materials series. Admittedly, I am a new fan having just recently devoured the books via Audible, but “Armor” really gave me a huge boost of hope for this show. Honestly, I’m not saying it’s all thanks […]
After three episodes, His Dark Materials seems to finally be getting more of its footing when it comes to Lyra. After escaping Mrs. Coulter’s penthouse only to be captured by the gobblers in the last episode, “The Spies” opens up with Lyra getting saved by Tony Costa and a bunch […]
After a loyal pilot that not only honored the first book but seemingly set the pace for the season, “The Idea Of North” threw everything in disarray as the plot of His Dark Materials went off the rails, pulling in ideas from later in the book series and diverting attention […]
I’ll be the first to admit that when I heard Apple was coming out with their own original programming and television subscription package I rolled my eyes. Just another thing to spend money on, I said. I’ll pass, I said. But, then they debuted the Dickinson trailer, and I was […]