Category Archives: television
The one thing that the Flash does that not many other superheroes these days do is he enjoys his powers. He’s happy to have them, and loves using them. Super speed is not a curse for Barry Allen; it is a blessing. But what happens when suddenly, just when he’s getting used to them, he is stripped of his super speed? Meet me after the jump for my thoughts on “Power Outage.”
On last week’s episode of “Sleepy Hollow,” Abbie and Jenny celebrated Mother’s Day a little earlier this year when they released their mother from Purgatory. This week, while Katrina takes care of her demon child (the boy has a face that only a mother could love) Ichabod and Abbie must go on a scavenger hunt to find a weapon that can destroy that pesky little hound of hell, Moloch. Will they find the weapon and who will try to stop them? Read the rest of this entry
We each carry a demon in our back pocket. A guilt of something we did or didn’t do that haunts us. Carol carries Lizzie and Sophia. Daryl carries his childhood abuse and Merle. Last week’s episode of “The Walking Dead” showed our team was split up and vulnerable; some at the church, some at the hospital. Carol’s survival is in Beth’s hands, but the devil is in the details and will someone die tonight? Read the rest of this entry
In part one of my interview with actress and dancer, Dawn Noel, we talked about our hometown South Philly and left off with a short film she produced and starred in with Chad Coleman… yes, my little walkers, that Chad Coleman better known to all us fans as Tyreese on “The Walking Dead.” Dawn is now working on another short film called Twenty Two Years. Does South Philly produce more than its share of talented stars? Find out after the jump.
Remind me not to attend Elsa’s next birthday bash. She throws killer parties. In last week’s episode of “American Horror Story: Freak Show” we witnessed bad people doing bad things which left me wondering if Twisty the clown died too soon. I would have loved to introduce him to bully Del, slimy Stanley and jealous Elsa. Speaking of bullies, Del better watch his back, there’s a lynch mob of females coming for him. Read the rest of this entry
While Agent Coulson and his S.H.I.E.L.D. team face off with Hydra in the present day for the Obelisk, that first 0-8-4 object known alternately as The Diviner, its secrets may lie in the past as Hayley Atwell playing Agent Peggy Carter of the Strategic Scientific Reserve returns in tonight’s episode. Meet me after the jump for my thoughts on “The Things We Bury.”
In the last episode I speculated that one way to stop Iris’ interest in ‘The Streak’ would be for The Flash to reveal his presence to the public. Based on the title of this week’s episode, that may very well be the answer that will be pursued. Meet me after the jump for my thoughts on “The Flash Is Born,” and the television debut of the Rogue known as Girder!
In last week’s episode of “Sleepy Hollow,” Katrina was introduced to her second born and although this baby, like Henry, is a demon, she can’t help but love that kid. While Ichabod fights the flu, Abbie and Jennie deal with the return of a dead relative. Grab a box of tissues and follow me to Tarryton Psychiatric Hospital. Read the rest of this entry