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Review: The Walking Dead Sets the Stage for a Violent Finale in “Worth”

by Jeff Fountainon April 9, 2018
* SOME SPOILERS AHEAD* In an episode that centered on those in charge of the Saviors, specifically Simon, Dwight and Negan, we watch the inner workings of a group that are obviously having some leadership issues. Furthermore, the whole Rick/Negan dynamic is brought to a head by the letters left behind by Carl, prompting some […]
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Review: The Walking Dead Sets Some Nasty Business in Motion with ‘Do Not Send Us Astray’

by Jeff Fountainon March 26, 2018
*SOME SPOILERS AHEAD* Even though there were a few head-scratching moments, this week’s episode of The Walking Dead saw a plan being executed that will have far-reaching consequences down the road. This might not sound like much but it is a big deal for a show that sometimes simply gets in its own way, leading […]

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Review: The Walking Dead Introduces New People and Old Bad Habits in “The Key”

by Jeff Fountainon March 19, 2018
*SPOILERS AHEAD* This was a strange episode. There were two storylines that were tied into one another and another with brand new people involved. Weird cut scenes, strange staging in terms of action, horrible marksmanship and an annoying character rearing her head again. That being said, the episode itself wasn’t bad, just too many old […]
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Review: The Walking Dead Returns to its Erratic Behavior in “Dead or Alive Or”

by Jeff Fountainon March 12, 2018
*SOME SPOILERS AHEAD* While I will say that this is now three good episodes in a row, a shocking development for The Walking Dead these days, “Dead or Alive Or” was a little off compared to the last two. Some annoying characters reared their ugly heads again, a few of whom could be killed off […]

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Review: The Walking Dead Bores, Thrills and Disgusts in “The Lost and the Plunderers”

by Jeff Fountainon March 5, 2018
*SPOILERS AHEAD* Ok, I’m not a big fan of doing spoiler reviews, I do them time to time, but this week’s episode of The Walking Dead has some things that I just needed to talk about. Sure, there was a visit to a storyline the really needs to be disposed of but for the most […]
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Review: The Walking Dead Returns with an Efficient and Emotional Episode in “Honor”

by Jeff Fountainon February 26, 2018
*SPOILERS AHEAD* We all knew it was the end for Carl after it was discovered he had been bitten in the last episode before the break. (Actually, if they had found a way to have him survive I would have been done with the show) With it being confirmed by Chandler Riggs himself and the […]

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Agents of SHIELD Goes Deep with The Last Day

by Laura Cerroneon January 25, 2018
Episode 8 – The Last Day   Agents of SHIELD is leading the masterclass of marrying ideas presented in the first seasons and tying them in to the high stakes plots of its later season. And they do it all with compelling stories for each character and plenty of heartbreak. The first half of The […]
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Agents of SHIELD Get Together in Episode 7

by Laura Cerroneon January 17, 2018
Episode 7 – Together or Not At All   The team is finally (almost) back together, even if it only lasted for about a half hour. A good quarter into the fifth season, and Agents of SHIELD has continued returning to its roots of being a show about spies, reuniting the Bus Kids (what some […]

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The Flash Review: A Very Underwhelming Return in “The Trial of the Flash”

by Jeff Fountainon January 17, 2018
I don’t know, I guess with a storyline like this, one in which everyone knows is going to end up with Barry Allen free somehow, the odds were stacked against it right from the beginning that it was going to be good. I held out hope though, clinging to the chance that the writers/showrunners had […]
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Agents of SHIELD has Fun and Games

by Laura Cerroneon January 7, 2018
Agent of Shield returned after a week holiday break with Fun and Games, the follow-up to their bottle episode Rewind, which chronicled Fitz reuniting with Hunter to track down the team. The episode, directed by Clark Gregg (Coulson!), was one of the best in the series this far. Pulling together the world building work of the earlier episodes, coupled with the addition of Fitz and his rescue mission with Enoch, it gave the show the direction it needed.