Posts Tagged ‘elizabeth henstridge’

Emotions, Not Plot, Rescues Agents of SHIELD’s Season 4 Finale

by Laura Cerroneon May 17, 2017
Episode 22 – World’s End If Agents of SHIELD ended during the season finale, it would have been a confusing and difficult place to leave the series. However, that’s not the case for World’s End. The season concluded with more questions than answers, and was propelled by its emotional elements rather than the action.   […]

Agents of SHIELD Becomes Its Best Self

by Laura Cerroneon February 22, 2017
Leave it to a Whedon to deliver one of the most heartstopping moments in Agents of SHIELD history. That is, Jed Whedon, who penned and directed the second winter finale episode ‘Self Control.’   It was a wild ride from the very beginning to end, and the show really made use of their 10 p.m. […]


Locking in MCU Ties with Agents of SHIELD’s Lockup

by Laura Cerroneon October 26, 2016
Episode 5 – Lockup With an episode opening on a huge Marvel reference, Lockup was sure to be a delight. And it was, with a prison riot, blackmailing and plenty of kickass scenes. The reference we alluded to stems from several posters shown in the background of the basement Lucy and Joseph Bower had originally […]

Agents of SHIELD has Fun in Uprising

by Laura Cerroneon October 12, 2016
The third episode of the season was proof that Agents of Shield can still produce a standalone episode that still feeds into the grander narrative. While Uprising diverts from ongoing action of the mysteries of the Momentum labs, it still plays into its themes. As Jemma and Radcliffe work to save May’s life due to […]

Long Island, NY’s Own Eternal Con, June 10-12

by Laura Cerroneon June 13, 2016
Eternal Con returned to Long Island the fourth year in a row at the Cradle of Aviation Museum. This year, the comic convention doubled down, offering fans that flocked to the three-day event more vendors, more celebrity guests, more panels and unique experiences. Eternal Con, we can’t wait to see you next year. #postcondepression Here […]

Maveth Leaves Wanting for More on Agents of SHIELD

by Laura Cerroneon December 9, 2015
Episode 10 – Maveth In the mid-season finale, Agents of SHIELD brought us back to the alien planet, and while intrigue was always around the corner, as Ward, his Hydra agents, Fitz, and Coulson navigated the new place, the agents still on Earth were still in the action.   There are so many things to discuss […]


4,722 Hours Review by A Bitter Fitzsimmons Shipper

by Laura Cerroneon October 27, 2015
Episode 5 – 4,722 Hours Sigh. This review is going to come from a very bitter place. Week after week in my reviews you may have picked up on how big of a Fitzsimmons shipper I am. Always in their corner waving a ‘Go team Go!’ flag. Well, spoilers as always friends because my ship just […]

Spoilers, Review and Theories Amidst Agents of SHIELD’s Devils You Know

by Laura Cerroneon October 21, 2015
Episode 4 – Devils You Know Agents of SHIELD promised over the week to continue shaking things up (or in Daisy Johnson’s terms Quake-ing things up) and Devils You Know definitely delivered on the promise. Season three is steeped in mystery, and they just keep piling up. Normally, I get these reviews up right away, […]


Agents of SHIELD and the Wanted Inhuman

by Laura Cerroneon October 13, 2015
Episode 3 – A Wanted (Inhu)man The first two episodes of this season of Agents of SHIELD had been a whirlwind, action-packed, story progressing vehicle. The third episode, A Wanted (Inhu)man, slowed the cogs down and peeled back some of the scabs that were hiding some deep character realizations. Of course, the episode started right away […]

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Returns to Shock

by Laura Cerroneon March 3, 2015
Episode 11 – Aftershocks It was a terribly long wait in between the midseason finale and it’s pickup, almost three full months. In that time the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. writers knocked their heads together and figured out ways to really give the audience an unexpected ride. If anything is certain, Inhumans have been around for quite some […]