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THE FOLLOWING EPISODE 15: THE FINAL CHAPTER REVIEW By: Nick Kelley ***SPOILER ALERT*** As was left off in last week’s episode of The Following, Joe Carroll (James Purefoy) has left with Claire (Natalie Zea) on a boat, Ryan Hardy … Continue reading
by Anne W. Brennan Two brothers who hunt the things that go bump in the night, contend with Heaven and Hell, and save the world. And still bicker like brothers – a lot. A genius billionaire playboy philanthropist who saves … Continue reading
By: Lena Judith Drake Last Thursday’s episode of Elementary (4/25/13), “Dead Man’s Switch” (1×20), featured our very first full glimpse into an Arthur Conan Doyle canon Sherlock Holmes story. Elementary, a NY-based modern Holmes adaptation starring Jonny Lee Miller as … Continue reading
THE FOLLOWING EPISODE 14: “THE END IS NEAR” REVIEW By: Nick Kelley ***SPOILER ALERT*** “And darkness and decay and the Red Death held illimitable dominion over all.” The Masque of the Red Deathby Edgar Allan Poe.
Or, In Which Joe Has a Very Bad Day, Part II Havenport is no haven for anyone, nor is it the port in the storm that Joe had imagined. While “The Curse” saw things starting to unravel for Joe, they’re … Continue reading
Available on nbc.com for free viewing: http://www.nbc.com/grimm/video/one-angry-fuchsbau/n34758/ Quick sidenote: working for lawyers as I do, I gleefully enjoyed the Ziegevolk lawyer being so glib and (considering his toad sweat) literally rather slimy. Is a stereotype a stereotype if it’s true? … Continue reading
Available on Hulu Plus and for free on the CW’s website: http://bit.ly/17frDZC Last week, I asked the Supernatural Gods to give us a one-two punch, and they delivered in this episode. I found this a rich and powerful hour of … Continue reading
or, In which Joe has a Very Bad Day, Part I The easy conclusion is that the titular “Curse” is Ryan Hardy’s: everyone who comes in contact with him, starting with his father when he was seventeen, dies.
Available on Hulu and on fox.com in 8 days (cuz they like to make you beg for it). One thing’s bothered me from almost the very beginning: why did FBI Agent Parker give Joe Carroll that thick, complete works edition … Continue reading