That’s it. The first season of Preacher is a wrap. Thank God. Or… thank an imposter posing as God?
With one episode left in its first season, Preacher ties up a few loose ends this week, though while answering some big questions it seems to be asking some even bigger ones. … Continue reading Amanda Blue Can Hardly “Finish the Song” in the Latest Episode of Preacher
Ever seen a man shoot himself deaf? How about a guy offer his own no-longer-attached penis to his friends? Ever watched a guy hold his daughter’s guts in one hand and … Continue reading Disturbing Imagery Gets Preacher’s Latest Episode “El Valero” Some Extra Credit Points
If I could sum up Preacher’s Episode 7 in one word, it would be WHY?! Because that’s what I found myself shouting at my TV the most last night while watching. … Continue reading “He Gone” and So Is Amanda Blue’s Patience For Preacher
Angels and demons and violence – oh my! “Sundowner,” this week’s episode of Preacher – was the most action-packed, bloody and hilarious episode so far. It’s about damn time, too.
To be honest, after last week’s episode (“Monster Swamp”) I was not looking forward to watching Episode 5 last night. I wasn’t in the mood for more disappointment, more distance … Continue reading The “South Will Rise Again” and So Will Amanda Blue’s Spirits with Episode 5 of Preacher
Let me start off by saying that Episode 4 of Preacher gave us two amazing scenes. One was the shot of that sweet, sweet Annville Hotel sign. I need to own that somehow. … Continue reading Drowning in the Disappointing “Monster Swamp” on Preacher
Well I was hoping to keep these reviews relatively spoiler-free, and I’ll still do my best, but there’s no way to discuss Preacher’s second episode without going into some detail. … Continue reading Amanda Blue reviews Preacher S01 E02: See
Almost 10 years ago exactly, I read the Preacher graphic novels for the first time (that story is told over here). As I was reading them, there were rumours floating around that … Continue reading Amanda Blue reviews Preacher S01 E01: Pilot
Andy Burns: I saw Bowie three times – the first was at a 2,000 seat club in Toronto called The Warehouse. He was touring Earthling, which I thought and still … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop Remembers David Bowie
Last year, around this very time I believe, we were dropping off my daughter at daycare during the week, and were faced for what feels like weeks upon weeks of … Continue reading Pixels looks to knock out Paper Towns, Southpaw
Aubrey Plaza, it’s your fault I watched this movie. You and Anna Kendrick. What is the deal with you two? Voodoo? And I know for a fact I’m not the only one … Continue reading Blue on Black: Life After Beth (2014)