Homeland recap – 1×08: ‘Achilles Heel’

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Last week’s episode of Homeland was off the chart epic. It was easily one of my favourite hours of television this year and will likely secure the show a place on my ‘best of’ list (coming in late December/early January). Continue reading

Ringer recap – 1×09: ‘Shut Up and Eat Your Bologna’

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Ringer is the television equivalent of a dysfunctional relationship: one week they’re taking you to the opera in your pretty red gown, the next they’re vandalizing your giant narcissistic glamour shot with the word ‘Bitch.’ Last week was a televisual Continue reading

He Said/She Said – The Walking Dead recap – 2×05: ‘Chupacabra’

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Last week a talky episode brought out the naysayers who claimed that this second season of The Walking Dead has been heavy on soliloquies and light on action. ‘Chupacabra’ should help to satiate those feelings as the episode focused on Continue reading

Quick Take: The Secret Circle – 1×09: ‘Balcoin’

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Somehow mid-season finales are already upon us as The Secret Circle winds down the first half of its inaugural season. The episode, named after main character Cassie Blake’s (Britt Robertson) original ancestral line, was a prime example of what the Continue reading

Ringer recap – 1×08: ‘Maybe We Can Get A Dog Instead’

"I can't believe we left dinner for this trite drug addiction storyline". SMG, Ioan Gruffudd and Mike Colter in Ringer 1x08

I’ve been a fan of Sarah Michelle Gellar since the second season of Buffy, the Vampire Slayer. I thought Nestor Carbonell’s  Richard Alpert was one of the strongest, most interesting characters on Lost. One of my favourite genres is Film Noir, Continue reading

He Said/She Said – Ringer – 1×07: Oh Gawd, There Are Two Of Them?

Ringer 1x07: Bridget Kelly (Sarah Michelle Gellar) and Agent Machado (Nestor Carbonnell)

In the seventh episode of the freshmen series, the fall-out from Gemma Butler’s (Tara Summers) disappearance continues as our main characters are dragged in for questioning, forcing Bridget Kelly (Sarah Michelle Gellar) to reveal to both her husband, Andrew Martin Continue reading