Reviews

The Walking Dead 7×12 Review: Say Yes (to Richonne)

The Walking Dead’s ‘Say Yes’ was a love letter to Richonne with a clear message. A) Richonne is endgame and B) Pain is on its way and it’s name is ‘death’! So sit back, relax, and enjoy all the happy…

Supernatural 12×14 Review: The Raid & Putting Family First

Never have I ever been so frustrated and elated with an episode like I have with Supernatural‘s ‘The Raid.’ While I appreciated Mary clearing the air, Sam choosing family first, and Dean growing as a character, I loathed every single…

The Walking Dead 7×11 Review: Hostiles and Calamities

The Walking Dead‘s ‘Hostiles and Calamities’ tells the story of two men, one having the best day ever and the other…not so much. And while last week’s episode covered multiple storylines, across various territories, it look’s like we’re back to covering one…

Supernatural 12×13 Review: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly of ‘Family Feud’

Supernatural‘s ‘Family Feud’ was a filler episode that needed more Winchesters and less MacLeod reunion. What should’ve been a turning point for Crowley, Rowena, and Gavin, fell flat and left us not caring at all for the fiancee’s ghost or…

Legends of Tomorrow 2×12 Review : “Camelot 3000”

This week’s Legends of Tomorrow sends us to the time of King Arthur and his men of the Round Table. I love these type of stories and this was no exception. Sword fights, causal flirting and mind control leads to…

The Walking Dead 7×10 Review: New Best Friends, Reunions, and Junkyard Zombies

I’m going to be real with you here The Walking Dead family…’New Best Friends’ is my favorite episode of Season 7, hands down! The Walking Dead has suffered greatly in the past couple seasons by separating our survivors and making us wait…

The Blacklist 4×14 Review: ‘The Architect’

So I’m just going to come out and say it, last night’s The Blacklist, titled “The Architect”, was awesome. The episode returned to the style of season one and two, and hardly focused on any relationship drama whatsoever. Every character…

Riverdale Review 1×02: ‘A Touch of Evil’ Made Me Want to Give Archie a Second Chance

Riverdale’s ‘Touch of Evil’ departs from the monotony of it’s pilot episode while keeping and expanding on the things we enjoyed. Archie gave us a taste of the kind of man he was pre-Grundy and that Betty fell for. Betty…

Legends of Tomorrow 1×10 Review : “The Legion of Doom”

Legends of Tomorrow has had a strong second season and “The Legion of Doom” keeps the streak up. A super-villain team-up dominates the episode but we do get some other moments with Stein and his daughter and a very surprising ending involving…

Supernatural 12×09 Review: Three Winchesters and an Angel

The escape on Supernatural’s “First Blood” that seemed too good to be true, was just that, too good and too easy for our Winchesters. Billie popped up, tried to ruin everything, and Cas stepped up to save the day. If…

The Walking Dead 7×08 Mid-Season Finale Review: Hearts Still Beating

The Walking Dead’s mid-season finale “Hearts Still Beating” is my favorite episode, hands down. And it’s not because they killed Spencer and we got to see Negan (aka the hottie known as Jeffrey Dean Morgan) act all domestic. Oh no,…

6 WTF Moments from Supernatural’s Mid-Season Finale: LOTUS

Supernatural‘s mid-season finale “LOTUS” takes a crazy turn when Lucifer, on a power trip of epic proportions, takes over the President of the United States. The Winchesters send him straight back to hell just in time to be arrested for…

‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life’ Review: “Spring”

After sobbing through Richard’s funeral in Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life’s “Winter,” “Spring” is one of the more uplifting portions of the revival. While this episode deals with Lorelai and Emily continuing to work through their issues and…

Once Upon A Time 6×10 Review: What Ifs

What ifs seem to be all the rage these days. Earlier this week Arrow took us to a dream world that was altogether too perfect. Today, Once Upon A Time attempted to do the same. Both shows sent a message,…

The Walking Dead 7×07 Review: Sing Me a Song Called the End of Negan

Alexandria is finally done with Negan’s shit in The Walking Dead’s “Sing Me a Song.” Michonne, Rosita, Eugene, Spencer, and even Carl, are shaking things up and making waves in an effort to kill the man who murdered Glenn and…

The Walking Dead 7×05 Review: The Rise of Maggie Rhee

When it really comes down to it, being a leader isn’t a popularity contest or a competition to see who can one up the other with vicious lies. True leadership is the ability to lead by example with humility and…

5 Times Supernatural’s “Celebrating the Life of Asa Fox” Gave Us the Feels

Feels. An emotional state that we are thrown into when a show manages to make us cry, wail, and scream all over social media that we’re not ok. That’s what Supernatural‘s “Celebrating the Life of Asa Fox” gave us. Supernatural…

7 WTF Moments from Supernatural’s “The One You’ve Been Waiting For”

From Dean saying no to pie, to Hitler jumping around like an energetic pre-schooler, Supernatural‘s “The One You’ve Been Waiting For” was chock-full with WTF moments. This episode goes to show you that no matter how serious of a situation something…

The Walking Dead 7×03 Review: Daryl Will Kneel To Negan…Eventually

Daryl and Dwight are both on a journey of survival where the kind of men they are, aka the armor/shield they use to help them get through life, will lead them down vastly different roads in The Walking Dead’s “The…

Supernatural 12×04 Review: Mary’s Presence is Already Missed

Dean’s confusion, resentment, and heartache over the departure of Mary was felt all over, in Supernatural’s “American Nightmare.” While Sam wanted to investigate the family suspected of a wrongful death, Dean wanted to give them a pass. He was so…

Supernatural 12×03 Review: The Foundry

Watching the Winchesters hunt together in Supernatural’s “The Foundry” was like seeing a dream come true. A family we never thought would be together, got a chance to hit the road and hunt things, save people, the family business. It became…