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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Heavy Is the Head (Recap and Review)

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Heavy Is the Head (Recap and Review)

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Heavy Is the Head starts with a frustrated May having to let Creel go and Lance Hunter being taken by General Talbot’s men. The two men hammer out a deal where Hunter will sell out Coulson for $2 million and a “proper burial for Hartley.” Fitz is still not right and Phil […]

Gotham: Selina Kyle (Recap and Review)

Gotham: Selina Kyle (Recap and Review)

The second episode of Gotham: Selina Kyle started with street kids being approached by a kindly couple, played by Lili Taylor and Frank Whaley, who are handing out food and sweets in the name of the major. As each child goes to collect, the woman sticks them in the back of the neck with an […]

Scorpion Episode Two (Recap and Review)

Scorpion Episode Two (Recap and Review)

Episode two of Scorpion did not have as spectacular a problem to solve as in the pilot, there were no jet passenger planes falling out of the sky killing hundreds this week. In A Single Point of Failure death was still an issue but in numbers much smaller, just as the potential victims themselves were […]

Castle Season Seven Premiere (Recap and Review)

Castle Season Seven Premiere (Recap and Review)

Last season’s cliffhanger ending had Kate finding the burning car but no Castle, the season seven premiere picked up where that left off. Once the fire department put out the flames Beckett looks and finds that there is no sign of him anywhere in the wreckage. Telling the local police chief that Rick is “one […]

Lena Dunham as Essayist on Tour: Preferably Clothed

Lena Dunham as Essayist on Tour:  Preferably Clothed

Lena Dunham, darling of feminists the world over, will now be seen as an essayist on tour, preferably clothed and without any long winded rants on her right to show off her naked body. Her collection of essays, titled Not That Kind of Girl, is not on par, by all reports, with her “funny” HBO […]

The Lottery: In Extremis Season One Finale (Recap/Review)

The Lottery: In Extremis Season One Finale (Recap/Review)

With no news of whether a second season is in the works or not for The Lottery, its season one finale, In Extremis delivered across the board with the science fiction dystopian thriller tying up a number of threads and opening the door for more Dionysian activities from the government. This show has been a […]

The Strain Season One Penultimate Episode (Recap and Review)

The Strain Season One Penultimate Episode (Recap and Review)

The Strain season one penultimate episode begins with Eldritch Palmer waiting in pain and fear for The Master to show up and grant his wish for immortal life as a strigoi. Abraham Setrakian is reacting badly to the group’s failure to kill the vampire leader under the subway. Zach says nothing of his little adventure […]

The Equalizer: Why is Denzel Washington More MacGyver than Robert McCall

The Equalizer: Why is Denzel Washington More  MacGyver than Robert McCall

From 1985 to 1989 English actor Edward Woodward was The Equalizer, aka Robert McCall, a former well armed shadowy governmental agent who “had gun and traveled,” albeit not very far, to help the innocent; why then, in the big screen adaptation is Denzel Washington more like MacGyver than Robert McCall? Anyone watching the film its […]

The Lottery: Season One Finale Airing to a Disinterested Audience

The Lottery: Season One Finale Airing to a Disinterested Audience

With the season one finale of The Lottery airing tonight to a disinterested audience, two things are clear. Firstly, there will most likely never be a season two and secondly if there was, for some reason, no one would care. The show has worked very hard to come up with a thriller that should have […]

World Gone Wild by David J Moore A to Z of Post Apocalyptic Films

World Gone Wild by David J Moore A to Z of Post Apocalyptic Films

World Gone Wild by David J. Moore is an A to Z collection of post apocalyptic films from a man who clearly loves the genre. Subtitled A Survivor’s Guide to Post Apocalyptic Movies this book is a must for fans of these type of films, or even television shows. In his 12 page introduction Moore […]

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