OK, this made my head hurt. It’s a question of great importance. Was it true? Was it a myth? Was Top Cat ever called Boss Cat?
Supernatural is one of those shows that I watch on and off. It’s not that it’s a bad show — in fact, at times, it is quite good — it’s just the show tends to commit one very singular sin time after time.
Hey! So I know we don’t do these for Supernatural lately with fewer and fewer people watching the show, but wow. WOW!
Spoilers after the break.
Back in season 9, CW had the bright idea of having a Supernatural episode being a backdoor spin-off. (“Bloodlines”) It was panned across the board for being too stereotypical supernatural teen drama and not enough Supernatural-like. Fans gave suggestions as to what would make a great alternative SPN spin-off. One of…
I started watching Supernatural sometime last year and just finished Season 5. (I’m not a binge watcher so averaged maybe four episodes a week). After watching the Season 5 finale I’m wondering if I should keep watching the show. Spoilers ahead if you haven’t seen the first five seasons.
...and I’ll say it again.
Mashing comedy and horror is an extremely difficult feat to accomplish in cinema. More often than not funny horror film turn out to be mediocre fare that fall short in both humor and horror, leaving audience dubious about future films. If you ever needed reassurance that good comedy-horror still exists in the world…
Seasons 1 and 2 of Arrow are already available for streaming on Netflix, and soon we will get season 3 as well as The Flash season 1. On the same day their next seasons air to be exact. So if you want to DVR or Hulu the episodes you can stream the previous seasons and then catch up on the current one I suppose.
For all its melodrama, Supernatural sometimes likes to remind the audience that it, at its heart, is a horror show. Written by Andrew Dabb and directed by Thomas J. Wright, this is one of those episodes.
At it's heart Avenged (aka Savaged) is a revenge film. In reality it's a supernatural horror film with a considerable amount of action. Had it been a war movie no one would say it's a horror film just because of the violence, but because it involves spirit possession, a reanimated corpse and a lot of internal organs…
Watching the latest episode and hear Sam and Dean name drop Gabriel and Collins as their fake agent names. Thinking, "Oh, that's cute. I don't see either one of them listening to Genesis but it's still cute."
Not like I have an automatic affinity for it. Not like I don't have my .gif replies sorted into folders by response/emotion, and then sorted into SPN/non-SPN folders or anything.
Yeah, I know, *the* most stolen post title. But, in recompense, have J2M greetings:
I had some worries about the ending of last week's episode, and what it could mean for canon. But after a 2/3 enjoyable episode, I feel okay. Spoilers for Things We Left Behind follow.
I've done a midseason rewatch, and I thought I'd talk about what the tenth season has given us so far, and speculate about what's down the road from here. Join me? Spoilers, obvsly.
Does your show have a soundtrack? I've noticed that procedurals still love to use slowed down renditions of 80s classics as their ending tension/release song. Just caught a v. slow Hungry Like The Wolf last week on Stalker (don't judge me!). And I still remember the actually brilliant use Cold Case made of music, but…
Maybe it was the whiskey talking but I couldn't help but tear up at the end. Carry On My Wayward Son (it's a classic!) always packs an emotional punch for me regardless of circumstance. This is the final sequence of the episode, so don't watch if you want to avoid spoilers.
But most people that know me could probably tell you that.
I think I will keep editing it in place—just added a five minute sneak peek (why do I always want to type that sneek peak?) and then re-share, if that's okay with TPTB?
SX? I think that's what the CW is calling it? Then again, they think "Deanmon" is worth going with, so...