“I’ve done things to protect this place. Some things I’m not proud of. Some I try to forget.” Almost 5 years to the day that the classic (but horrific) Walking Dead episode, ‘The Grove’ aired, the show decides to pause the Whisperer storyline for another horrific and brutal episode. Pausing the ongoing narrative at this point in […]Read more "The Walking Dead -‘Scars’ Review"
The Walking Dead continues this week as we delve further into what makes new antagonist Alpha tick. Her daughter Lydia reveals a bit about what life was like for them in the early days of the apocalypse in a rare TWD flashback sequence. But can what she says be trusted?Read more "The Walking Dead – ‘Omega’ Review"
The Walking Dead is back on our screens and everything has changed. Well, not everything. There’s still zombies, gore, and the perpetually awesome Andrew Lincoln. But the show has changed in a lot of other ways, and ‘A New Beginning’ might be the strongest season opener in a long while…Read more "The Walking Dead ‘A New Beginning’ Review"
“Dead or alive… or some kinda shit in between.” The Walking Dead’s main problem, for me, has always been how easy it is to hate certain characters. Take this episode for example, and the conflict between Tara and Dwight. Tara has every right to want to kill Dwight; he shot her girlfriend in the head […]Read more "The Walking Dead ‘Dead or Alive Or’ Review"
The third episode of Marvel and FOX’s new superhero show continues to amaze with trippy plotlines and crazy visuals. Plus this one has some Grade A nightmare fuel too.Read more "Legion ‘Chapter 3’ Review"
The new superhero TV show from Marvel and FX is more Hannibal than Agents of Shield. Written and directed by the man behind the brilliant Fargo TV series, Noah Hawley, Legion might be the most promising TV series of 2017.Read more "Legion ‘Chapter 1’ Review"
“Everything they’ve built will fall! And from the ashes of their world, we’ll build a better one!” Following up Days of Future Past was never going to be an easy job but if anyone was going to do it right then you’d think it’d be Bryan Singer (director of DoFP, and X-Men 1 and 2). Unfortunately X-Men: Apocalypse never really lives up to it’s […]Read more "X-Men: Apocalypse Review (Mild Spoilers)"