The Last Ship (S04E06): “Tempest”

To label this episode as intense would be an understatement. After last week’s uneventful and slow moving storyline, Sunday nights ‘Tempest’ lived up to the chaotic connotations of its name. Compared to last week this will prove a much more positive review, but I definitely found it more difficult to formulate my thoughts coherently, so…

Suits (S07E10) “Donna”

Review: Donna Suits has its ups and downs, but their (mid-season) finale episodes are known for delivering developments in important storylines and (albeit debatable) clever writing. The expectations are there, every year when we approach the 10ths and 16ths, even more so this year, when the second to last episode opened up two new plots…

Midnight, Texans (S01E09) “Riders on the Storm”

Okay, so previously on Midnight, Texas we learned that the demon feeds on death, which sounds about right, dietarily speaking. I mean, it would be hard to be scared of a demon who feeds on Dunkin Donuts and moonlight. Anyway, the Faceless Dude brought the truckload of dead bodies to Midnight, which for the demon…

Mr.Mercedes (S01E06): “People in the Rain”

With this being the sixth episode, I gotta say that this episode really  did a great job by focusing on both Deborah (Kelly Lynch) and Bill Hodges (Brendan Gleeson) on certain things that they have done in their past. More importantly with Hodges, but we will get more to that in a bit. This episode…

Midnight, Texas (S01E08) “Last Temptation of Midnight”

So, we see someone standing over a grave in a church cemetery. It’s a demon who kills the priest and steals his face and the church bus. Yes, you read that right, the demon has no face but can steal his victim’s face and basically become that person.  Eek! Manfred is driving the RV as…

Preacher (S02E13) “The End of the Road”

  Review:   The season finale of Preacher did not disappoint. It was a rollercoaster of emotions and surprising moments. Just when you think you have the show figured out, they prove you wrong time and time again. Anything really can happen in this world, and they keep you on your toes till the bitter…

The Last Ship (S04E05): “Allegiance”

As I see it, my reviews for the first four episodes of this season proved almost entirely positive. That praise was with genuine sincerity for I use this platform to share my honest thoughts each week and I was really enjoying the season so far. However, last night I felt let down by the episode…

IT (2017)

So I have to be honest, when I first heard about this remake being made I was skeptical. But after seeing the film for a free movie screening I am sold that Stephen King has conquered 2017 for film and TV series. With this movie being a remake, normally they are supposed to be really…

Suits (S07E09) “Shame”

Review: Shame Last week’s episode, as the biggest milestone of the show so far, concluded the major storyline for this half season. The question of what comes next, as we inch closer to the big mid-season finale was now answered. While Donna’s inner struggles remain the constant, there were three new storylines introduced just the…

Mr.Mercedes (S01E05): “The Suicide Hour”

Like always this series doesn’t let you down with every episode. Its a series that everyone can love especially if your a Stephen King fan of his books. Recently its been a good time being a fan of Stephen King, with all of the movies and series’s that have been being made. It’s definitely paying…

Midnight, Texas (S01E07) “Angel Heart”

So, as you can probably tell by the episode title, we’re coming to the angel-y part of the storyline. It’s pretty typical angel stuff, complete with divine prophecy and an epic battle between good and evil. Interestingly though, the battle isn’t that black and white, which is kind of nice. I’m always kind of wary…

Preacher (S02E12) “On Your Knees”

Review: Deep in the depths of hell, Eugene (Ian Colletti) and Hitler (Noah Taylor) have successfully sought refuge in the hole. Where Eugene has to live through his hell and try to resist the inevitable outcome from happening. It’s one of those damned if you do, damned if you don’t moments. It seems hopeless until…