First, the non-spoiler part of the presentation: I watched the first episode and posted a review, which you can check out if you like. I then watched the next two, and really started liking it more and more. I started writing up a recap, but didn’t follow through. I fell behind on the next few episodes then caught up…
Brain Dead premiered on CBS last night. Summer is coming, there is precious little on at the moment, so why not. I watched it once and will lay out the basics as I can recall them.
Starting off, my usual disclaimer and request; I have only read up to the end of last season, stopping at the Red Wedding. This discussion and my thoughts are based on the tv show and the books only up to the events that have been shown. Please don't even hint at anything later than that. If you have something to…
This week when seven heroes were forced to live under new identities, curb behavior that could be marked as deviant and run to avoid execution, a song to keep us warm was not the one played when all hell broke loose.
I have a general rule about made for tv movies, which to never, ever watch them— most especially on the SyFy channel(You aren't fooling anyone, Mansquito, despite your awesome title). I have been disappointed by them way too many times. Of course, I break this rule all too often, which is how I know it is still…
That's a bold statement, but I am fascinated by the madness of this item, and the absolute dedication to the absurd (or actual mental illness, no one seems entirely sure which).
Well, here we are— It's all over but the shouting. I'd like to take this opportunity to thank Zarnyx for creating a place where we could discuss Dexter, for asking me to help out, and eventually letting me carry it to the end. It isn't something I ever expected I would do, and I had a great time. Thanks to everyone…
Welcome to the penultimate Blood Spatter Analysts! After all these years, and all the bodies, Dexter is on the verge of making his exit, but will it be triumphant or tragic? Some combination of both? A complete disaster?! Let's find out!
Two very long weeks have passed since Blood Spatter Analysts: "Make Your Own Kind of Music" (Week Nine). All things considered, Dexter and company were in relatively good shape (except for Zach, obviously), but with so little time remaining, hell was sure to break loose soon. Here comes the beginning of the end.
I have seen no more than two incomplete episodes of Rizzoli and Isles, and the last time was months ago.
Welcome Back Dexter Followers! I will blame the late discussion on the fact that I am still reeling from the loss of a certain character. After you're done reading the brilliant recap and discussion from last week, come back here and let's talk Week Nine. With that out of the way...
Last week, in Blood Spatter Analysts: "Dress Code" (Week Seven), we followed Dexter through a whirlwind of emotions, many of which are new to Dexter, after discovering Hannah's return to Miami.
Last week, in Blood Spatter Analysts: "A Little Reflection" (Week Six), a bunch of stupid things happened, then HANNAH CAME BACK, which was all I wanted or care about. The episode closes with Debra and Dexter mysteriously passing out, with the deadly Hannah walking in.
I spent the last week glued to Netflix, watching one thing: Jenji Kohan's Orange Is The New Black.
By the way, Helena's boyfriend's daughter is in BBCA's Copper. She is not nearly as sweet and innocent there, but she is very good. Season 2 is about to start, really great show, kind of like a serialized Gangs of New York.
So, this millionaire is milking chumps on kickstarter to pay for her kid's summer camp.