Posts Tagged ‘amc’
Nick finds himself in the saftey of the Tijuana safe zone… but how safe is this new haven?
The title “He gone,” on the face of it, may seem like it’s talking about Eugene. But it isn’t. Not completely. It’s at least in part talking about Jesse. It turns out Cassidy saw what happened to Eugene, and when he confronts Jesse, the Preacher barely acknowledges it, instead scurrying off to teach a class […]
Sundowner is the most illuminating Preacher episode yet, especially for fans of the show who haven’t read the comic book series on which it’s based. It goes without saying that this review contains spoilers. For those confused by the plot to this point but stuck with the show because it was just so darn cool […]
Have you been following AMC’s Preacher? The cult-classic comic has made a big splash on the small screen, taking Garth Ennis’ mad vision of a Texas holy man and getting it right. The GCE has an exclusive, never before seen preview for this Sunday’s episode, “Sundowner.” Here’s the description for this Sunday’s Episode: Jesse finally comes face […]
It’s official. The Preacher has spoken, and the word is good: AMC has renewed the twisted, critically acclaimed, series for a second season, and bumped its episode order to 13 (from season 1’s 10.) This is good news. In my review of the pilot I remarked that I was afraid that the complex plot may turn some […]
Preacher episode 2 (it’s all a little confusing; they aren’t counting the pilot as episode 1, so technically the third episode you’ve seen is counted as episode 2. Much like their show, it isn’t straight forward.) is called “Possibilities” though it could easily be subtitled “I Want to Show You Something.” Jesse, following the events […]
Preacher, AMC’s new show, based on the cult classic comic series of the same name, by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon, has a lot going for it. The source material is second to none, written by an inventive creator at the height of his prowess, stars in Dominic Cooper and Ruth Negga who are familiar […]
The Walking Dead producers Robert Kirkman and David Alpert will be bringing a new six-part history of comics documentary series to AMC in 2017. Tentatively called “Heroes and Villains: The History of Comic Books,” each one hour segment will explore comics through the lens of pop culture, race, politics, and gender and sexuality while also discussing […]
The season 2 premiere of FTWD answered the age old question of… can zombies swim or float, the answer will shock you!
Season 6’s finale gave us everything we wanted, well almost.