‘Legends of Tomorrow’ 3×07 Review: “Welcome to the Jungle”

Let’s be real for a moment. The fun thing about time-travel is, of course is the ability to go anywhere in time. Julius Caesar? No problem! Meet Abe Lincoln? Cool Beans! The 2004 Oscars? Okay, weird choice, but why not?…

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ 3×06 Review: “Helen Hunt” (No, not that one)

Small note before I start my review of this week’s Legends of Tomorrow episode: With the news of what scumbag Andrew Kreisberg did,  and the various responses by cast and crew members over the Arrowverse, we just want to say…

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ 3×05 Review: “Return of the Mack”

We all have that old friend that you see on occasion. The one that, while you have grown through time, they are still stuck in their bad habits. No matter what you try to do, they are stuck on the…

Legends of Tomorrow 3×04 Review: “Phone Home” or The 80’s baby!

As a child of the 80s, I can admit a few things about the era that Legends of Tomorrow paid tribute to with ” Phone Home.” The biggest thing I can admit about the 80s: They were really cheesy. From movies to…

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ 3×03 Review: “Zari”

Adding new characters in the middle of a show’s run is nothing new. All well established shows do this no matter the genre. The hope of the show runner is that the audience will follow in love ( or at…

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ 3×02 Review: “Freakshow”

A trip to the circus is usually a fun experience, and for most of this week’s Legends of Tomorrow, it is. Not only do we get to see sabretooth tigers, bearded ladies and Billy Zane (Oh My!) but we also…

Legends of Tomorrow 3×01 Review : “Aruba-Con”

Cleaning up messes is really tough to do. It has also been what the Legends of Tomorrow have done since they first started. Sometimes (a lot of the time) it’s the Legends own mess they have to clean up, but…

Bachelor in Paradise Episode 6 – Love Triangles Abound

Picking up directly from last week, the episode opens with the arrival of our Canadian friend Daniel. Which you know, is super convenient since Lacey was saying how much she wanted to meet him, and she was just about to…

‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’ Season 4 Review: Staking A Claim to the Best

‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’ Season 4 Review: The Best ‘Comic-Book’ Show on  TV Just Gets Even Better.  There has been a number of comic-book shows to hit the airwaves since Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D made its debut in 2013. None of these…

‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” 4×22 Review: “World’s End”

Season 4 of Agents of SHIELD has been the best of the series’s run especially with its “Agents of HYDRA” arc. It has been almost perfect from the writing to the performances. One fear, however, in a season this good is…

‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ 4×20 Review : Farewell, Cruel World

It has been a long while since a episode of tv has made me as nervous as “Farewell Cruel World” did while I was watching it. Don’t get me wrong though–This is a very good thing. As for much of…

‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’ 4×19 Review: “All The Madame’s Men”

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 4 has been wall to wall excitement for the majority of the season but tonight’s had a different feel to it. Have you ever heard the phrase “The Calm before the Storm”? Well ‘All the Madame’s…

‘Legends of Tomorrow’: Season 2 review and Season 3 Wishes

Sophomore slump is a term used by TV insiders which refers to a show that goes into it’s second season and, naturally, gets into a slight dip in quality. It does happen to some shows sometimes (some would put The Flash‘s…

‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’ 4×18 Review : “No Regrets”

If I had to sum up the Agents of HYDRA arc with one word it would be : Shocking. Shocking moments and shocking revelations have come at us non-stop in the Framework world. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D is a the top…

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D 4×17 Review : “Identity and Change”

When this “Agents of HYDRA” storyarc was announced, everyone knew it wasn’t going to be all sunshine and lollypops. It was expected to be a complex, dark storyarc. However, it is was darker than I ever thought it was going to…

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ 2×16 Review: “Doomworld”

In TV, shows in their second seasons are always worried about the “sophomore slump”. For those wondering, that is the phrase used when a show has a subpar second season compared to its really good first season. It makes me…

Legends of Tomorrow 2×15 Review : Fellowship of the Spear

For all the wonderfully strange and wild things that have happened over the two seasons of Legends of Tomorrow, it has also hit upon very simple basic things. Friendship, loyalty, a sense of belonging among other things. All of this comes to a…

Legends of Tomorrow 2×14 Review: “Moonshot”

Legends of Tomorrow‘s biggest strength this season is embracing the absurdity of it all. Go to King Arthur’s time, wacky mind-control battle. A visit to Colonial times and Mick gets a statue of himself created. So when the latest mission leads the Legends…

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…

Legends of Tomorrow 2×10 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…