In tonight’s penultimate rewatch we have two perfectly watchable episodes. Nothing special but nothing terrible either.
WARNING: THIS SONG CONTAINS MASSIVE SPOILERS FOR THE ENDING OF LAST NIGHT’S CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.
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Whew. Here we are in the final stretch of the season (series?) with only one more episode after this one to go. Last week’s episode wasn’t entirely bad. We had death, destruction, actual usage of powers, and even a crazy ex-girlfriend cop call.
Last night’s new Orville, “Into the Fold”, was the most Star Trek-ish episode yet—no surprise considering it was written by Brannon Braga and Andre Bormanis and the episode was directed by Braga. It felt very much like an episode of Voyager where Janeway or someone else, having crash landed on a planet, has to rely…
Murphy fights for his life in the back seat as Warren rockets through Eerie Indian, suffering from her own version of white line fever.
Good EVENING!!! (read in Dracula voice) and VELCOME to Fur Face Friday!
You know the drill. Comment about whatever you feel like, but please be courteous to those who haven’t seen a movie in the theater since GOTG2.
Well. That was fun.
Welcome, people. It’s time for more Arrow and an Evil Lauren-errr-Laurel Lance focused episode. This seems like it’s gonna be a fun one. The dialog on the promo was snappy. Let’s react!
Hi Whitenoise, Hackerspace, Groupthink, Powder Room, Odeck, Tay, Oppo, Backtalk, Clashtalk, CrossTalk, Gawrker, and The Salad Bowl, how are you fairing this fine fall evening? I’ve been pulling late/all nighters in the lab helping a friend on a project, so I’ve been eating salad for dinner for two nights and will…
It’s not secret I didn’t like the last episode but if that was the price to pay to get the absolute gem of an episode tonight then it was most definitely a price worth paying for what is probably the episode most likely to stand out this series.
One of the most important things about effective weird fiction is for the prose to give a sense of the visceral experience. Caitlin R. Kiernan excels at this as she shows again with this month’s new Sirenia Digest and its story, “Albatross (1994)“.
Yesterday was November 1st, so it definitely fall. It was also snowing as I drove home from work, so that makes it technically winter.
Because we all know, there is nothing that is as good a disguise as pair of glasses! That way nobody notices that he and Clarke Kent have never been on a photo together!
With the Orville in space dock, Dr. Finn takes time off for a vacation with her boys. Claire is anxious to depart, but in this preview, Kelly throws a slight wrench into their travel plans.
I really enjoyed Thor:Ragnarok last week and a lot of that was invested in those Hulk or Banner moments, but ... and you knew there had to be one ... but, it kind of bugged me that the movie hijacked Planet Hulk. I mean, that could have been a movie in its own right. Couldn’t it? There’s a perception that Hulk doesn’t…
After the disastrous and controversial ‘Evil Captain America’ run, the original Steve Rogers has returned... and not a minute too soon.