Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Gotham S01E09 "Harvey Dent" Review

And there we go, another "Gotham" under our belts this time introducing Gotham's World Heavyweight White Knight and Assistant District Attorney Harvey Dent played by Nicholas D'Agosto, gotta say, I like him as Harvey. Nicholas is good looking and handsome enough to be clean cut but he also has a darker edge to him, seeing him become Two-Face will be a treat, that's for sure. Anyways, let's get to the episode proper.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

What's Up With The DC Cinematic Universe ?

So what's up everyone? I think it's high time I finally chimed in on this topic. People have been cast, titles have been announced, release dates have been set, plans have been made, The DC Cinematic Universe is finally crawling from development hell and into reality. However, instead of hearing the elation of fans, we've been seen a collective raising of eyebrows and scratching of heads. But why? How did Marvel manage to sweep the floor from underneath DC's feet and get a handle on the movie business when DC/Warner Bros. were the 1st on the scene to make comic book movies a thing (with "Superman" coming out in 1978). How has DC fallen so hard since then and what is Marvel doing right that DC isn't. Well, hopefully in this article, I'll be able to explain all of this and more;

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Gotham S01E08 "The Mask" Review

And finally we're starting to get more comic booky and this show is actually starting to pick up a bit, not much but enough for me to actually enjoy it, as much as I possibly can. While "Gotham" is still a mediocre cop drama with Batman easter eggs, it's comic book roots allow it to be much crazier than the average episode of "NYPD Blue". We'll get to all that after the break.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Gotham S01E07 "Penguin's Umbrella" Review

Howdy everyone, sorry I'm late but yesterday was...well...ya know what yesterday was. Anyways, so this episode of "Gotham" has been a considerable leg up after the previous 6 lackluster episodes, why has this been a leg up? Well, it's because this episode primarily focused on The Penguin and his eventual rise to power and we'll get to that after the break.

Friday, October 31, 2014

Why The WWE Needs A New Mid-Card Championship

So it should come as no shock to anyone who knows me well that I am a HUGE fan of professional wrestling, and while I haven't watched wrestling in recent years, I still continue to play the games. Anyways, recently I've noticed a recurring issue (among the many issues it already has) the WWE appears to have and that issue is making mid-card championships actually mean something. Over the years the WWE trimmed down their numbers of titles getting rid of The Hardcore Championship (unfortunately), The European Championship and The Cruiserweight Championship, leaving behind only The Intercontinental Championship and The United States Championship as the 2 prestigious mid-card titles...the only problem is they're not. I'll explain why after the break.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Gotham S01E06 "The Spirit Of The Goat" Review

Okay, okay, after weeks of mediocre cop drama, "Gotham" is finally starting to feel comic booky and pulpish and that's a MAJOR plus. This week we find Bullock and Gordon chasing down an old enemy of Bullock's past known as "The Goat". This episode was a MAJOR step up from the previous episodes and that's largely due to the VERY noticeable and welcomed lack of Fish Mooney. Let's get to the episode proper after the break.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Gotham S01E05 "Viper" Review

This show continues to be an enigma (no pun intended) to me. On one end, I don't want the show to be cancelled, because that'd mean a lot of people will lose their jobs, but on the other end, I want the show to get cancelled because it's just seems to be getting worse and the glimmers of hope are getting few and far inbetween. Let's get to the meat and potatoes...

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Gotham S01E04 "Arkham" Review

Here we are again, lads and laddies, once again back at "Gotham", turns out, I was right, Oswald is looking to snitch exclusively to Gordon and Arkham does indeed plays a big role in things. I gotta admit the Arkham thing is interesting but again, this episode fails to deliver on some prime mythology building. And we'll get to that after the break.

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Gotham S01E03 "The Balloonman" Review

So the search for Joe Chill continues with Selina Kyle manning the hunt, meanwhile a crooked politician gets handled in one of the best ways possible, weather balloons. I'm still not 100% sure about how I feel about this show, sometimes it shows REAL promise and other times it spirals downward into a mediocre police drama. The best parts are still when Penguin is on screen, that's the most fun I get out of this series and Ben Mackenzie continues to turn in a great performance as James Gordon but that's about it.

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Gotham S01E02 "Selina Kyle" Review

I am still unsure how I feel about "Gotham" at times it comes off generic and at other times it's hard and gritty and everything a show like this should be, still there are some issues I'm having connecting with the material. James Gordon and Aswald Cobblepot continue to steal every scene they're in but that's about it. And it looks the series is gonna run episodic as opposed to serial. I'd prefer a serial format because then they could build up the up-coming mob war between Maroni and Falcone with Cobblepot swooping in and taking the spoils. Anyways, let's review the episode.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Gotham S01E01 "Pilot" Review

And here we are ladies and gentlemen, "Gotham" has arrived. Before we get to the review proper, let me give you some background on my impressions of this series. My expectations were low going into this, mostly because the production seemed rushed, I mean hell, they announced they were making a "Gotham" series this year (I do believe) and it came out this year. Also, with the primary focus being on Jim Gordon and not on Batman, I figured it'd seem more like a Batman story without Batman...which isn't exactly a good idea because let's face it, as much as I like Jim Gordon, he isn't a character that can hold up an entire story by himself. However the Batman element is what separates this from being just another run of the mill cop drama, but that Batman element isn't present...so are they gonna make this work?

Needless to say, I was pretty on the fence, the trailer didn't look all that impressive and the fact that Jada Pinkett is in the cast and playing one of the main villains, an original character named Fish Mooney, things did not bode well for this series from where I was sitting. So with all that said, let's get to the review proper and find out what's going on in "Gotham".

Sunday, September 7, 2014

The Best Of The Worst: Zapped

Every now and then in the history of the world something comes along that's just so unspeakably horrible and repugnant that mere words cannot express the sheer volume of it's horror. I can list off several things Justin Bieber, Michael Bay's constant desire to remake 90s cartoons into live action blockbuster movies, The "Twilight" Saga, "Persons Unknown", The Final Season of "Dexter", I could go on, but while those things are arguably opinion based and are open to debate, this however IS NOT! This caused me to resurrect "The Best Of The Worst" in article form early because this TRULY IS THE VERY BEST OF THE WORST!

Before I go on, let me address the elephant in the room, "Ugo, why are you reviewing a children's movie?". That's a very good and valid question and the answer to that is simple: like my esteemed Rogues Gallery colleague Larry Williams, I too believe that simply because something is designated for children doesn't mean it has to lack cleverness, intelligence and depth (which is why I'm a fan of "My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic", but that's another topic) and because of my own damned morbid curiosity (which is what caused me to sit through the entire 2nd season of "American Horror Story"...still attempting to recover my lost brain cells, any and all donations are welcomed, by the way). Hopefully, that addressed those questions. That being said, let's dive into quite possibly the WORST movie you'll ever read about. Strap yourselves in for "Zapped".

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Final Thoughts On "24: Live Another Day"

Sorry this is so late, but once again I've been playing PS3 for awhile now and just haven't felt like writing an article for awhile. So, it's high time we talk about "24: Live Another Day", the "24" revival mini-series. Long story short, it was FANTASTIC, but I'll get into why, after the break.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

At "A" Cross Roads With "Pretty Little Liars"...

What am I doing with my life? Honestly, I'm not even sure at this point. So a few things here, I'm thinking of just doing overall season reviews as opposed to doing episode by episode reviews...but damnit who will mock Aria's stupidity? At this point this show is starting to feel like less of a TV show and more like a soap opera, granted it IS a soap opera but I doubt soap operas have as many plot holes and nonsense as this show. I'm not even sure why I'm watching it, granted it doesn't suck but it's not great either, but I suppose it's a change of pace and decent step outside my usual box.

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Pretty Little Liars S05E05 "Miss Me X 100" Review

HELLO EVERYONE! Yes, despite popular belief, I haven't stopped doing these and I am back for the appropriately titled "Miss Me X 100". I know I didn't review episodes 3 & 4 and that's because I recently purchased a PS3 and have been playing the hell out of some WWE2K14 & "The Last Of Us" and I wanted to take some time off to see if I wanted to continue doing these, as it turns out, I do. At work, I ran into an employee of ABC Family who told me that this season was going to be different from previous seasons as "A" would be largely absent and the focus would be how do The Liars get along in a world without "A" (which unfortunately means despite my best efforts to deny it, Shana was in fact "A"...my own issues with that will be addressed in a later article...hopefully).

So it looks like the main focus of this season will be the return of Emily's Lord God Allison, who killed Allison's mother and what (who) Melissa did (killed). Still not sure if I'm interested in that (after all, we didn't get answers as to why Melissa and Det. Wilden stuffed Aria in a box and dangled her outside a train) but we'll see where this season takes us and considering "Pretty Little Liars" has been reviewed for a 6th and 7th season already, I doubt "A" will be gone for very long. And with all of that out of the way, let's get to the episode proper.

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Why Haven't You Watched: "The Lost Room"

HOLY CRAP! So this is different and I'll tell you why in a bit, but if you're just now jumping onto this blog, Unreality Magazine contributor Remy Carreiro has a series called "Why Haven't You Seen It" where he discusses moderately obscure movies that should get more notoriety than they did. With that out of the way, let me say once again, HOLY CRAP, is this show good! I remember seeing trailers for it back in 2004 and it looked moderately interesting, but wouldn't you know it, I never had the time to actually sit down and watch it. Now, I'm SO GLAD I DID! Unfortunately, this is an SUPER miniseries, consisting of only 3 (movie length) episodes (that are broken up into 6 episodes on The DVD) and as I write this paragraph I have only watched the first episode, but I can already tell, this is gonna be good! And you'll find out just how good it (the entire 3 episodes) were after the break;

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Pretty Little Liars S05E02 "Whirly Girl" Review

Yeah, looks like I'm continuing with the "Pretty Little Liars" reviews, why? I'm not entirely sure at this point, but I reviewed the season premier of this season and I guess I should continue. Anyway, we now have the over arching mystery of this season, "Who killed Mrs. DeLaurentis?". In the finale of Season 4, Mrs. DeLaurentis was buried alive by an unknown assailant and now it looks like The Liars have to solve this problem. While I was right that Allison will be officially joining the cast, her involvement has changed the game so much that I barely recognize it now.

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Pretty Little Liars S05E01 "EscApe From New York" Review

At this point, I feel like I should be writing something else because to be honest, I'm none too keen on where this season is going and part of me is debating on whether or not I should continue reviewing this. Keep in mind, if I don't review it, I'll probably still watch it (mostly as time consuming filler) I just won't be invested in it enough to sit down and actually write out my thoughts on. Perhaps I could do a season review (but then how would I dig on Aria's constant stupidity or praise Hannah for her awesomeness or marvel at Spencer's hotness whenever she's on the verge of a mental breakdown?). I don't know. Anyways, let's get into this episode and see where we are.

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Power Rangers: Operation Overdrive Review

Alrighty, last time I did a review of the STELLAR (in my humble opinion) top notch series that was "Power Rangers: Jungle Fury", ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT! This time we take a look at "Power Rangers: Operation Overdrive". Aside from having the longest title of all the Power Ranger series, "Operation Overdrive" is the least talked about series and because of that, I really didn't know much going into it. That being said, prior to my whole Power Rangers watching session, I did watch 3 episodes of "Operation Overdrive" and in reality those were the only episodes I needed to watch. This series was unfortunately very lack luster and I'll explain why after the break.

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

DC Comics: The Last Racebender

I can't believe I'm doing this again...actually, yes I can, considering we're living in an age where "political correctness" and selective outrage are as widespread as The Black Death in the middle ages. However, today, I'd like to discuss a topic that I addressed before but now I guess I have to deal with it again because apparently, according some people we live in a;
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I'd like to ask first and foremost, what EXACTLY is a "geekist"? I'd be THRILLED to find out. So in light of Michael B. Jordan being cast as Johnny Storm a.k.a The Human Torch in the upcoming "Fantastic Four" movie, I wrote a blog titled "I'm A Racist" explaining EXACTLY why I was against him playing The Human Torch, I won't rehash it here, you can go and read it yourself, BUT unfortunately this article will cover some of those same points, so I suggest you read it before reading this one. So what is this article about? Well as we all know the "geniuses" over at DC Comics decided to (needlessly) reboot their universe (again) but this time instead of retconning a few things like most DC comic reboots have done...they invariably f*cked up everything...to the point where you have a RED Beastboy, an unmarried Superman, an EXTREMELY slutty Starfire, an EXTREMELY slutty Harley Quinn, Dick Grayson as a secret agent or some bullsh*t and the topic of this article...an African American Wally West and Helena Bertinelli (The Flash & Huntress, respectively). So let's dive into why this is not only stupid but PAINFULLY insulting to everyone.

Monday, June 9, 2014

After Thoughts On "24:Live Another Day"

And here we are, now 6 episodes in (the halfway point) and it's time for me to give my thoughts on "24: Live Another Day" a.k.a The Return Of Jack Bauer. Right off the bat there are somethings I like and a few things I don't, but I'm not 100% sure how much the things I don't will impact the season going forward, let's get started.

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

The Following: Season Two Review

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I've been saying I've done myself a serious disservice by NOT reviewing the first season of "The Following" and now I'm saying I've done myself a disservice by not continuing to review the second season; to make up for that, I decided to review the entire Second as a whole and explain where this show went off the rails and how it got it's self relatively back on track. So if you haven't seen the Second season of "The Following", you have been warned, SPOILERS ABOUND!

Monday, April 21, 2014

The Public Rape Experiment

So recently I've been watching a butt-load of prank videos and things of the like because I really enjoy things like that and among the many pranksters on Youtube is Fouseytube. Aside from doing pranks, he also engages in experimental videos to gauge people's reaction to things such as bullying and so on, much like ABC's much acclaimed "What Would You Do?", also a show a very much enjoy. A few days back, Fousey posted a teaser for something he called "The Public Rape Experiment" which posited the question of if you heard someone getting raped in the bathroom, would you get involved or would you run?

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Season Four Reference Guide

HOWDY YA'LL so by now Season Four has been more than wrapped up and WHAT a Season it was eh ? In order to help you guys understand this Season more clearly I decided to put together this nifty little reference guide. Much like Season Three, Season Four was LARGELY adapted from internet folklore. While Season Three was adapted from The Inglip Mythos, Season Four was adapted from the world of Creepy Pasta, more specifically Ritual Pastas. Don't know what I'm talking about ? Well here's the reference guide after the break...

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

A "Grimm" Dilemma

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I'm slowly starting to become a bad influence on my wife because I'm turning her into a critical TV watcher and I don't think that's a good thing, haha. Last year she introduced me to NBC's "Grimm" and we watched the 1st Season. Previously, I wasn't interested in "Grimm" for various reasons (one of them being that it didn't look all that good and I was pretty much burned out by supernatural creature slayer shows thanks to "Supernatural" and all the nonsense that happened after Season 5...). But for Kim, I was willing to give "Grimm" a shot (despite being on NBC) and was delighted to find that it wasn't bad. Unfortunately, like most things people introduce me too, the quality has slowly started to decline and she and I both starting to notice some glaring issues in the world of "Grimm" that I'm going to list here. So let's get to it;

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Pretty Little Liars S04E24 "A is For Answers" Review

And there we have it. Truth be told I'm more than a little disappointed with how this finale went...I supposed I jumped the gun when I thought this Season would be the beginning of The swan song. Despite having a spin-off it doesn't look like "Pretty Little Liars" is going away anytime soon. A lot of ground was covered in the finale, but not enough to really garner an impact in regards to coming to a logical conclusion. There were good things and some bad things and I'll cover them all. Let's dive in.

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Pretty Little Liars S04E23 "Unbridled" Review

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Jason's back, Dean is gone, Ezra's not "A", Spencer MAY have killed someone, Aria's Mom is engaged, Mrs. DeLaurentis is a psycho bitch, Mona's hot (she wasn't in the episode but I'd like to state for the record that Mona's hot) and Allison's in trouble! Lots of ground to cover, let's get to it!

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

I'm A Racist...

So it's high time I come out of the closet and openly admit to everyone here, I'm a racist. Yep! I am an absolute racist. I can't hide it anymore and I should just come out. I was informed I was a racist...pretty much by every Progressive blogger and news article and (of course) The Young Turks. I was told I was a racist because I disagree with Michael B. Jordan as The Human Torch. I can't tell you how livid I am that the unsettling and Borg-like world of Politics is infesting my enjoyment of film and television and comic books. And I can't tell you how livid I am that I have to address this nonsense YET AGAIN! But here we go. I'm going to take this time to explain why I'm against this and I'll let you make up your mind if I am in fact racist.

Pretty Little Liars S04E22 "Cover For Me" Review

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And now I'm officially confused, this show loves to do that to us and at this point it's just getting weirder and weirder almost to the point where any answers we get would be pretty unsatisfactory and kinda nonsensical. Certain reveals, behaviors and things just don't add up and it's all coming down to WHO IS "A"?!

Thursday, February 27, 2014

Pretty Little Liars S04E21 "She's Come Undone" Review

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Since the time I started doing these I never missed a Wednesday...until today. Sorry everyone, I was working yesterday and got in late and didn't really have the time to sit down and write what I thought about this week's episode. There isn't much to say about it considering this was one of those transitional episodes; an episode set up to get us where we need to go for the finale which is just *checks watch* 2 episodes away! YIKES!

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Pretty Little Liars S04E20 "Free Fall" Review

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Boy oh boy is "A" a genius or what ?! Ya know it's surprising that I dropped reviewing a show about a group of serial killers in a cult and yet the reviews for a show specifically aimed at teenage girls is going strong (and showing no signs of stopping). Man, the world is kinda crazy ain't it? But anyway this is a DOOZIE of an episode with all focusing on Crazy, Druggie Spencer (my personal favorite). It's full steam ahead with only 4 episode until the finale!

Saturday, February 15, 2014

Battle Rap 101 #1: Bars & Styles

WELCOME to a new segment here on my blog! While I desperately try to resurrect "The Arena" I figured I'd drop some knowledge on you all since I do care VERY much about battle rap and I have quite a bit to say about it. Unfortunately, I think a lot of the culture is talking past it's self and we really don't have a solid grasp of what we're talking about to begin with. So a courtesy to you and myself, I'll putting out a text form a previous video I made and expanding a few things within that video. WELCOME TO BATTLE RAP 101!

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Pretty Little Liars S04E19 "Shadow Play" Review

So unbeknownst to me, last week was "Ravenswood's" Season finale...a 10 episode first season? Things aren't boding well for Caleb's second home. And since we're on the topic, let's knock out a little bit of last week because who should show up in Ravenswood but good ol' Hanna Marin; swooping in in a huff to pick a fight with Miranda only to discover she's dead, OUCH! They kissed at the end of the episode, so I'm gonna go ahead and assume that they're back together...because that'd make me happy (Hey, you reading, SHUT UP! I like Hanna and Caleb as a couple!). Anyways, let's get to this black & white episode of "Pretty Little Liars"...

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

I'm Dropping "The Following" Reviews...

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Ya know, I really did myself a disservice by NOT reviewing the First Season of this series, I'm convinced of it now. Why? Because I really don't like where this season is going, too much has changed, too many characters are dead and the focus feels shifted. I like The Twins, I hate Lily Gray and I hate Mandy. I'm officially dropping reviews of this series...so for now it'll just be "Pretty Little Liars" until "Hannibal" returns to save me from this. Hopefully "The Following" manages to turn it around...but I doubt it. *sigh* This makes me sad because I REALLY liked the first season. Then again...I should've known better when Scott Reynolds was added to the writers...Ugh!

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Pretty Little Liars S04E18 "Hot For Teacher" Review

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And once again "Pretty Little Liars" is moving much faster than "The Following". Druggie Spencer is getting hot on Big "A's" trail and some revelations have been made about Shana and Allison and yet still not much Mona.

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

The Following S02E03 "Trust Me" Review

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Thus far this season is lacking the inspiration of the first season and it's getting to be quite glaring. A lot of predictable stuff happened in this episode that I thought I'd be happy about but after seeing the realization of it, I'm actually pretty disappointed.

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Pretty Little Liars S04E17 "Bite Your Tongue" Review

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Well HOT DAMN! The second season of "The Following" maybe slow building but it's full steam ahead on "Pretty Little Liars". A lot of ground to cover, where oh where do I begin? Last week, Spencer and Emily were at odds because Spencer interrupted Emily's meeting with her Lord & Savior Allison, Ezra got caught screamin' at bitches and covered for it (in the oddest way) but thus far nothing has been going on in regards to Mona...well all that's changed.

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

The Following S02E02 "For Joe" Review

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*sigh* Ya know, I'm really wishing I reviewed the first season instead of this season. This season is starting off to be rather...out of sync with the previous season. There are some good points and bad points with this season but I'm starting to feel like the bad is out weighing the good...then again it's still early.

Jack Is Back: Early Thoughts on "24: Live Another Day"

Well it's official! While production for the "24: Movie" was nixted for the 3rd time, FOX threw up their hands and decided to bring back television most bad ass Federal agent, Jack Bauer to "Live Another Day". Coming down the pike on May of this year, we once again follow the tale of former CTU agent turned fugitive Jack Bauer. To help get back into the universe and feel of "24" I went back and watched the latter seasons (6 to 8) and I'm surprised to find that my position has changed on a few things. For starters I still think Season 8 is the worst of the latter seasons, but 6 and 7 weren't AS bad as I remember them to be. With that being said, with "24" coming back I list my hopes, hope nots, expectations and predictions for this revival.

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Why Haven't You Watched: "The Booth At The End"

Remy Carreiro, Unreality Magazine contributor has a series of articles titled "Why Haven't You Seen It" where he discusses moderately obscure movies that deserve more attention than they got and today I'm doing the same thing. Lately I've been cruising around the internet here and there looking for the best web series. The web series I usually watch are mostly review shows Atop The Fourth Wall, The Spoony Experiments, Extra Credit and so on. But the internet is SO much more than review shows and not being tied down to a production studio and executives can REALLY allow some people to do some VERY creative things. which brings me to this little gem, "The Booth At The End".

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Pretty Little Liars S04E16 "Close Encounters" Review

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Ya know, the more I watch "Ravenswood" the more I feel like I'm reviewing the wrong show. Not because "Ravenswood" is good or anything, but because each episode leaves me something to chuckle about for hours. "If he finds out, it's The Grinder for both of us." that's a direct quote from "Ravenswood" spoken by a Creepy Little Girl...I sh*t you not, "Ravenswood" has a Creepy Little Girl in it. *sigh*

Chuckles aside, let's talk "Pretty Little Liars". The heat is on and The Liars are back, this time a few more revelations are made, plot holes are found and storylines are brought to a semi-conclusion. At the end of last week's episode, we found The Liars high-tailing it to a location thought to be Allison's hide-out after inadvertently leading "A" to her location. "Whoever finds her get to keep her." was the challenge and one liar is determined to find Allison.

Monday, January 20, 2014

The Following S02E01 "Resurrection" Review

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So along with my "Pretty Little Liar" reviews I'm apparently not doing enough writing (despite the fact that I've been writing a screenplay since mid January and am currently working on revisions) and in that mind set I decided to include "The Following" on my blog. After all, I've made it clear that I absolutely LOVE serial killer stories and the first season of this show was top-notch in my opinion. Anyway, we're right back where we left off, Ryan and Claire were celebrating their victory when all of a sudden, Joe Carroll's undercover operative Molly pops up, attacks Ryan and stabs Claire in the spine.

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Pretty Little Liars S04E15 "Love ShAck Baby" Review

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Once again we're back with our favorite The Liars and man oh man do the lies stack on this go around. Last week, Hanna revealed that she had Allison journal, a cadre of secrets so personal that it may rend their little circle of friends asunder. "A" laid down the gauntlet in a slide show claiming "First one to get to her can keep her" and thus the race was on. Find out how it went, below the break...

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Pretty Little Liars S04E14 "Who's In the Box" Review

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And we're back oh my brothers and only friends, after an indecently long hiatus we join our favorite liars where we last left them, in the back yard contemplating the "confirmed alive" Allison (then again I never thought that bitch was dead anyway). But as logic would have it, the girls aren't exactly thrilled that Allison is alive, since her being alive has several implications, all of them being unpleasant, but as far as a post-break episode goes, this one lays the groundwork for some big things, so let's dive in!