Monday, September 30, 2013
'Sleepy Hollow' 1.03 "For the Triumph of Evil' Review
'Once Upon A Time' 3.01 "The Heart of the Truest Believer" Review
Sunday, September 29, 2013
'Revenge' 3.01 "Fear" Review
Summer may be over here in real life, but it’s just kicking off in the Hamptons on Revenge as the biggest mystery of the fall begins: Who pulled the trigger on Emily Thorne?
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Thursday, September 26, 2013
'Elementary' Season Two Premiere - "Step Nine" Review
Step Nine: “Make direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others.”
When we rejoin our duo in season two, it doesn’t seem like much has changed in their day to day life. With the exception of Joan being fifty percent more badass than previously when she single-handedly takes down a runner that Sherlock lost sight of. So when Sherlock receives a mysterious call that sends them to London we hit the ground running with the introduction of several new characters and Sherlock’s attempt to make amends with at least one of them along the way.
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
'Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' 1.01 "Pilot" Review
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Labels: ABC, Agents of SHIELD, Marvel, Reviews, TV
Tuesday, September 17, 2013
'Sleepy Hollow' Pilot Review: The Fantasy-Horror Cousin of 'Fringe' Delights Instantly
Hudson Valley, New York. 1781. The scene: a battle rages on between the redcoats and the patriots. Ichabod Crane (a dashing Tom Mison) fights for his life against... that's not a regular redcoat soldier. Two hundred fifty years later, Crane awakens in a cave and to find himself alive in a very different world than the one he once occupied. Meanwhile, a routine police call turns into a double homicide perpetrated by the very same redcoat solider that should be dead but you can't truly kill the Horseman of Death headless or not.
So it goes for Fox’s latest genre entry Sleepy Hollow, a surprisingly engrossing occult apocalypse conspiracy tale woven around two main figures from that legend (Crane and the Headless Horseman) and police lieutenant Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie) who's more than willing to believe as recent events involving both figures bring up dark days from her past while forever changing her future. After watching the pilot it would be impossible not to compare this show with quite a few others currently on the air (Elementary) or have since long ago left our screens (The X-Files). To me, it immediately established itself as a sort of horror-fantasy version of Fox’s most recent genre phenomenon that didn't get canceled after one season Fringe, which makes sense since Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci are involved in both shows. Which is nothing but a compliment when a pilot is this strong, well-plotted, and filled with disturbing imagery right out of the gate.
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Labels: Fox, Reviews, Sleepy Hollow, TV
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