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Iron Fist: Season 1 Review

The Immortal Iron Fist. He was a Marvel Comics hit when he first appeared in Marvel Premiere #15 in 1974 to audiences who were obsessed with Kung-Fu and Eastern culture. One year prior, Marvel had a hit on their hands with Shang-Chi, Master of Kung Fu, riding the success of the TV show “Kung Fu.” The big difference that caught a lot of renewed interest in the Kung Fu comics genre was t...[Read More]

Grimm Season 5 Episode 8: Reptile Dysfunction Review

  ” A fool is born every minute” This week’s Wessen of the week was a loch ness monster with a penchant to go jaws on people with guns. In case, you still haven’t gotten around to watching this Friday’s episode of Grimm spoiler alert.  Things started off sweet and innocent as a young couple ventured into the woods that housed a lake.Things quickly turned deadly w...[Read More]

The Muppets: Season 1, Episode 3: Bear Left, Then Bear Write

While puppets of all sorts appeal to children, the Muppets themselves have never been intended to cater to anything less then an adult audience. They’ve raised the bar though, and yet another week have tossed out some glorious not child friendly humour. Maturing to an entirely new level, the movie morals of friendship and perserverence rising above all else have been upgraded to realistic ru...[Read More]

Scream Queens: Season 1, Episode 4: Haunted House

A Glee obsessed Onion reporter wrote a murder mystery wannabe gore porn stab at fanfiction- and someone stole it to make Scream Queens. There is no other explanation. Where else would a frat girl start a holiday tradition that encorporates lavishly wrapping B-rated Horror movie props with handwritten notes beliitling the recipients in a transparent ploy to gain more followers? Or how about the con...[Read More]

The Flash: Season 2, Episode 1: The Man Who Saved Central City

The Flash started off a little slowly last season, but ended up being a fantastic first season. Not only did it bring a beloved and iconic comic book character to life in a much better way than previous attempts, but it cemented the existence of a shared DC universe. There was a lot going on in this episode. It wasn’t bad for a second season premiere, but the structure was a little weird. In...[Read More]

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Season 3, Episode 2: Purpose in the Machine

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has officially reached a point where I actually care about the characters. That’s just something that generally happens when one spends a few years with a cast, but this show is showing a lot of heart. These characters are living, breathing, flawed and lovable. Considering how difficult it was to stay in the game during season one, this show has more than proven itself...[Read More]

iZombie: Season 2, Episode 1: Grumpy Old Liv

Back at it again with a running stride! The iZombie cast and crew have once again proven that they know how to make good television. Since last season I have familiarized myself with the comic and it’s decent, but in a niche I don’t really consider myself the biggest fan of. I mean, I like monsters and all, but I’ve never been a huge fan of mixing everything together. I like this...[Read More]

Castle: Season 8, Episode 3: PhDead

So I’m finally realizing what’s happening here. Narratively speaking, the writers are having a hard time creating conflict as far as Castle and Beckett’s relationship is concerned. They had to give her another reason to resist marital bliss. She’s in another tunnel of conspiracies and she can’t help but try to make her way to the light on the other side. Even the R...[Read More]

Gotham: Season 2, Episode 3: The Last Laugh

This episode of Gotham was going so well until that ending. I’m so confused now. What’s going on with everyone suddenly going crazy and stabby? Just seeing Jerome on TV drove people to insanity? I don’t get it. However, this show has been fairly thorough, so they’ll get the benefit of the doubt. Hopefully Jerome’s “curse” will be expanded upon in the futur...[Read More]

Minority Report: Season 1, Episode 3: Hawk-Eye

I still feel like Minority Report needs a momentum boost. I get that it’s really early, but as promising as it is, I’m worried that it might lose its viewership before it hits its stride. Meagan Good still seems like she’s getting comfortable with the role, but she’s carrying herself very well in a show one would not have normally expected her to be the star of. Seeing as h...[Read More]

Last Man on Earth: Season 2, Episode 2: The Boo

This was very different than last week. The Last Man on Earth had me sad last week, but they definitely redeemed themselves this week. I still think the name is misleading though. Even more so considering the brief (probably one episode only) Will Ferrell cameo. That’s three other men, besides Phil. I’m kind of worried about the return of the rest of the group, to be honest. Phil needs...[Read More]

The Strain: Season 2, Episode 13: Night Train

Love this show. The Strain has officially proven its fearlessness. I complained in my last review about what I referred to as the unnecessary death of Vaughn, but I take that back now. His voice was awesome, but I understand that he had to go. It was simply a demonstration of the fact that anyone can go at anytime in this series. Kelly seemed tragic at first, but her death has served a pretty stro...[Read More]

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