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On the last episode of American Horror Story Shelby, Matt, Lee and Flora just barely escaped their Roanoke Nightmare, but the show ain’t over until the fat lady sings… or so we’re told. This week’s episode features Cheyenne Jackson as a producer with plans for a sequel. Will he get more than he expected on film? The camera never stops rolling. Read the rest of this entry
We’ve met the new boss, we’ve met the Ghost Rider, and we’ve seen what the team has been up to since last season, now it’s time to see what these new Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. are really capable of against a brand new threat – the Inhuman Resistance. Meet me after the jump for my thoughts on “Uprising.”
On the last episode of American Horror Story Shelby and Matt were able to save Flora while Cricket was being disemboweled by the Butcher. While I’m enjoying the documentary style of storytelling for this season, a lot of my friends do not. Maybe tonight’s episode will change their minds. Read the rest of this entry
What we saw at the end of last week’s episode of The Flash was only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the after-effects of fixing the Flashpoint timeline. The Flash learns very quickly that some things can’t be fixed and others just get worse. Meet me after the super-speed time-changing jump to find out the extent of the “Paradox.”
Every Monday evening my parents and I would settle in by the fire, pour ourselves “a cuppa” and watch the featured Monday Night Mystery on PBS (I was a terribly cool kid, I know). One night my “actually” cool older brother made a rare appearance at our Monday night gathering and joined us to watch the 1989 made-for-TV British horror film they were showing called The Woman in Black. This was unexpected. What was even more unexpected was how scared shitless he was after viewing it. He, who snubbed my fascination with all things creepy with such disdain, was deeply unnerved by the end of the film. I had never seen him like that and I could not have been more delighted. So began my love affair with the original The Woman in Black.
We’ve dealt with daddy issues before with the animated Avengers. Thor, for one, has had a rough relationship with Dad. While Captain America tries to remember his, Baron Zemo does something about his similar dilemma, and brings the original Zemo through time to the present. Can the Avengers contend with two Zemos? Meet me after the time jump for my thoughts on “The House of Zemo.”
So much happened on last week’s episode of The Exorcist. Casey’s demon shows itself only to her in the form of an older man. Father Marcus crashes Father Tomas’s happy home and he realizes that there is more than one demon at work in the neighborhood. Pope Sebastian will soon pay a visit, and Angela has a hand in the preparations. Did this week’s show keep up the pace?
While the rest of the world is either in the desert listening to amazing music superstars or watching the latest blows in the American Presidential war, some of us have been focused on the genre events going on at this year’s New York Comic Con. Meet me after the jump for just a few of the highlights, including Iron Fist, the Defenders, Doctor Who, Power Rangers, Justice League, and The Walking Dead, just to name a few…