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American Horror Story: Freak Show S04 E04: Edward Mordrake, Part 2


I don’t like two-faced people. You can’t trust them. They tell you one thing and then lie, but on last week’s episode of “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” Edward Mordrake allowed my favorite character, Ethel (Kathy Bates) to live, even if it’s only short term. Edward still needs a sacrifice and I’m hoping he takes that looney tune, Dandy, with him. Follow me my little lot lice and see what’s happening under the big tent tonight. Read the rest of this entry

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Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. S02 E06: A Fractured House


First things first, I want to send a big thank you out to Special Agent J.P. Fallavollita for filling in reviewing “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” while I was on secret assignment last week. I was sad to hear I missed the live-action television debut of Mockingbird and some very interesting theories regarding the Inhumans. I wonder how the announcement of a 2018 Inhumans feature film affects those ideas? In the meantime, we have a whole new episode this week. Meet me after the jump for my thoughts on “A Fractured House.”

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The Flash S01 E04: Going Rogue


This is it. After three adversaries that weren’t quite Flash foes, we finally get one who truly is. For Superman, there is Lex Luthor, for Batman, there is the Joker, and for the Flash – there’s Captain Cold. Let’s find out together how the television version of this major super-villain pans out on “The Flash.” Meet me after the jump for my thoughts on “Going Rogue.”

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Doctor Who S08 E10: In the Forest of the Night


“The forest is mankind’s nightmare.”

… says the Doctor, looking around a newly forested Trafalgar Square. Over the course of one night a massive forest has grown up everywhere. Not just London, not just the United Kingdom, not just Europe – everywhere. The Earth is covered in forest, from top to bottom.

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Sleepy Hollow S02 E06: And the Abyss Gazes Back


On last week’s episode of “Sleepy Hollow,” Ichabod received a message via crow-a-gram, met a wet, disgruntled ex-girlfriend, and learned that his witchy wife keeps secrets from him. Poor Ichabod is a bundle of nervous angst and I know just the thing to help our tall, dark and handsome relic; yoga, anyone? Read the rest of this entry

Avengers Assemble S02 E04: Ghosts of the Past


Anyone worth their salt as an Avengers comics fan knows what happened to Bucky. He was believed killed for decades in the incident that led to Captain America being frozen and revived in the present day. Then he pulled off a resurrection of his own, emerging as the Winter Soldier. See what happens when he tangles with Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in this week’s episode of “Marvel’s Avengers Assemble.” Meet me after the jump for my thoughts on “Ghosts of the Past.”

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The Walking Dead S05 E03: Four Walls and a Roof


On last week’s episode of “The Walking Dead,” we met with Pastor Gabriel, Church Lady Walker and her Wet and Wild zombie brigade, but we’re still left with a lot of unanswered questions, like: what’s Gabriel’s secret; is Beth alive; can Eugene really save the world, and will Gareth have another barbeque? If you go, bring dessert. Read the rest of this entry

American Horror Story: Freak Show S04 E03: Edward Mordrake, Part 1



What you don’t know can kill you. We learned that on last week’s episode. Who could’ve foretold that Dell Toledo and Jimmy’s attempt to frame each other would cause the death of Meep, or that Elsa would be jealous of Dot’s singing abilities or that Dandy was crazier than Twisty? Who would have seen this coming? Maybe what the sideshow needs is a Fortune Teller. Yeah, that’s exactly what they need. Don’t you think? Read the rest of this entry


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