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Arrow: Unthinkable Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(May 15, 2014)


Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Beginning of the End Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(May 14, 2014)


24: Live Another Day: 1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m. Review by Jessica Bauer, Blackbeltmama
(May 13, 2014)


Penny Dreadful: Night Work Review by Jarrett Kruse, Contributor
(May 12, 2014)
Showtime continues to make a run at HBO’s stellar original programming with their newest entry, PENNY DREADFUL and it does not disappointment. While the pilot episode is a tad uneven, it is still a solid entry to the pay TV 10 PM slot. The horror element

Game of Thrones: The Laws of Gods and Men Review by Jarrett Kruse, Contributor
(May 12, 2014)


Hannibal: Ko No Mono Review by Curtis G. Schmitt, Contributor
(May 12, 2014)


Bates Motel: The Immutable Truth Review by Michael Henley, Contributor
(May 10, 2014)


Arrow: Streets of Fire Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(May 08, 2014)


Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Ragtag Review by Tim Janson, Columnista and Critic
(May 06, 2014)


24: Live Another Day: 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Review by Jessica Bauer, Contributor
(May 06, 2014)


Hannibal: Naka-Choko Review by Curtis G. Schmitt, Contributor
(May 05, 2014)
I did not like “Naka-Choko” on first viewing. It felt like a jumble of really tasty ingredients that didn’t know what it wanted to be. After viewing it a second time, I like it a lot more, but still have some gripes.

Game of Thrones: First of His Name Review by Jarrett Kruse, Contributor
(May 05, 2014)
Even the slow episodes of GAME OF THRONES are better than a majority of one-hour dramas and tonight’s installment was just that. What I mainly mean by slow is that most of the events save for the last fifteen minutes or so were setting things up for futu

Bates Motel: The Box Review by Michael Henley, Contributor
(May 05, 2014)
“The Box” is a superior episode of television: intense, stomach-churning, gripping. As Bates Motel prepares to close its second season next week, it’s so nice to see another peak in quality, bringing an already high seasonal average further into the

Arrow: City of Blood Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(May 01, 2014)
Ollie was limping! I am so happy! I mentioned last week that I hoped the writers did not just forget about the serious knee injury that he suffered as if it never happened. When we see Oliver for the first time he is still walking with a heavy limp…of

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Nothing Personal Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(April 30, 2014)


GAME OF THRONES: OATHKEEPER Review by Jarrett Kruse, Contributor
(April 28, 2014)


Hannibal: Shiizakana Review by Curtis G. Schmitt, Columnist and Critic
(April 27, 2014)


Bates Motel: Meltdown Review by Michael Henley, Contributing Writer
(April 26, 2014)


Arrow: Seeing Red Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(April 24, 2014)


Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The Only Light in the Darkness REVIEW by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(April 23, 2014)
Definitely have mixed feelings about this week’s episode of MAOS. On one hand it was another reasonably good episode although not as good as the last two weeks. On the other hand the two story lines both seemed rushed and left too many questions unansw

Game of Thrones: Breaker of Chains Review by Jarrett Kruse, Critic
(April 21, 2014)


Bates Motel: Presumed Innocent Review by Michael Henley, Contributor
(April 21, 2014)
“Presumed Innocent” is not only the best episode so far of the second season of Bates Motel, it’s one of the series’ strongest episodes, period. This is a pure example of Bates working at the top of its form: perfectly paced, brimming with tension,

Hannibal: Su-zakana Review by Curtis G. Schmitt, Contributor
(April 21, 2014)
Following Miriam Lass’s identification, judgment, and execution of Gideon as the Chesapeake Ripper at the end of last week’s episode, HANNIBAL slows down a bit this week and takes a well-deserved deep breath. “Su-zakana” seems to signal a return to

Arrow: The Man Under the Hood Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(April 17, 2014)
The Man Under the Hood follows up the strong episode from two weeks ago as Arrow begins to build steam towards the season two finale. In the previous episode, Deathstroke revealed to Thea that Malcolm Merlyn was her father and revealed to Laurel Lance tha

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Providence Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(April 16, 2014)
Any questions about whether Agent Ward had really turned and was working with HYDRA were quickly tossed out the window in “Providence”. Displaying more personality and depth than he has all season Ward relates with cool but brazen cockiness how he gai

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