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!

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Hannibal S02E09 "Shiizakana" Review

If this show got anymore disturbing I might have to marry it. I am ABSOLUTELY loving this show and how it's expanding The Hannibal Mythos, specifically the Will Graham character. While I still like Edward Norton's Will Graham, Hugh Dancy has taken Graham to a place I would NEVER have imagined. While this episode was pretty predictable in it's set up, the ending was...well...I'll address that after the break.

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 19, 2014

Hannibal S02E08 "Su-zakana" Review

This show just keeps getting crazier and crazier by the episode but this one, this one takes the cake, pies and pretty much any other sugary treat available to take. In all my years of enjoying grizzly crime shows involving killers and such, never would I have cooked up a human being being sewn into a horse's stomach with a bird inside her chest (what is this? Serial killer inception ?). But that's the delightful image we were treated to in yesterday's installment of "Hannibal" and it was treated with all the weirdness it so richly deserves. What else were we treated to? Well, let's get to it.

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Hannibal S02E07 "Yakimono" Review

SAY IT AIN'T SO! SAY IT AIN'T SO! After days and days of praise Raul Esparaza's Dr. Chilton he (strangely) ends up dead?! NO! SAY IT AIN'T SO! This is an AMAZING turn of events considering Dr. Chilton's death in the "Hannibal" Mythos is only hinted at in the end of "Hannibal" but never actually seen only. Bryan Fuller is REALLY making this series his own. While Dr. Chilton isn't a major player in the "Hannibal" mythos, he certainly is a frequent chess piece that pops up here and there. I was really beginning to enjoy Raul's Chilton, unlike Anthony Heald's Chilton who plays Dr. Chilton as a desperate man who, in his words are "fumbling with people's minds like a freshman tugging on a panty girdle". I hope Raul's Chilton isn't dead but if he is, DAMN! And with that being said (and I think I should've put spoiler tags on this lol) let's get to the meat!

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Hannibal S02E06 "Futamono" Review

And so things heat up for "Hannibal" as the hunt is on. Last week's episode had Will attempting to have Hannibal murdered by Matthew Brown (apparently his name is) and we had the return of Dr. Abel Gideon (played wonderfully by. Eddie Izzard). But beneath the move of chess pieces in the cat and mouse game between Will & Hannibal lies a much more sinister and psychological agenda of who can outsmart who, and at the moment Lecter is losing HARD AND FAST!

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...