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‘iZombie’ Recap ‘Eternal Sunshine of the Caffeinated Mind’

iZombie is back this week, with three major bombshells. We start off the episode with a coffee shop murder, and let’s just say I was immediately enjoyed this version of the show that was hyped up on caffeine. It made the show whisk by in the blink of an eye in the best possible way. I think they finally found their groove again this week, which is good considering my mediocre opinion of it last week. The murder mystery was pretty awesome too, spoiler alert the murder gets away with...
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‘The 100’ Recap ‘Hakeldama’

This article contains full spoilers of the episode. If you thought The 100 couldn’t get any darker, more twisted and insanely awesome, well then you’d be mistaken. The sci fi series returned this week with a beyond epic night of reunions, reservations and almost retaliations. Now that Pike has taken a stand against the grounders, Lexa has decided NOT to declare war on the sky people, and Bellamy has rejected Clarke’s plea to join the right side, we’re left with an uneasy feeling. Everything that these characters have worked for...
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‘iZombie’ Recap ‘The Whopper’

This episode felt more like a refresher course than any real new development, although Blaine was heavily explored, I had a few hesitations about the overall structure of the episode. But before I get nitpicky, let’s get into some other happenings of the latest installment of iZombie. Liv’s brain of the week was discovered by Major and Ravi while they were doing the digging for tainted Utopium. Do these people search for anything other than drugs? Don’t answer that. Utopium is an important part of the cure and I guess...
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‘The 100’ Recap: ‘Watch the Thrones’

This article contains full spoilers of the episode. There’s much to be said about this episode of The 100, one that I am both enthralled and outraged by. OK, outraged might be a bit of a stretch, but there were moments I absolutely loved and some I questioned. After a few notable leaks of scenes between some of the interactions on the show, I’m happy to say that the fans still enjoyed a grand hour of TV tonight. Let’s get right to it. LEXA VS ROAN Credit: The CW One...
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‘Supernatural’ Recap ‘Love Hurts’

'Supernatural' Recap 'Love Hurts'   Dean and Sam are once again faced with a holiday ripe with blood, death and a witch on the warpath on this episode of Supernatural. In the midst of his Valentine’s Day celebration, Dean is coerced into checking out a case with his brother Sammy. An unfaithful husband (Dan Harper) is caught on the nanny cam not only kissing the sitter, but later ripping her heart out of her chest. Dean is quick to realize that it wasn’t the actual husband by the tell-tale sign...
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‘iZombie’ Recap ‘Physician, Heal Thy Selfie”

  I actually really enjoyed this episode. When I sat down to watch I was feeling a little meh and I was like, come on, I can’t take tonight’s episode if it’s going to be a total mishmosh. But it was exceptional. I think that we’re finally getting to the meat of things and the stakes have risen to a point where there might actually be consequences for people’s actions. Oh, who would have thunk! This week Liv is void of brains (for the start of the episode anyway) when...
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A Year In Review (Worst of 2015)

Image: HBO 10. True Detective (Season 2) I was a huge fan of the extremely powerful and eerie first season of this show. Cary Fukunaga (the director of Season 1) moved on to direct one of my favorite films of 2015, Beasts of No Nation, while Justin Lin (Fast and Furious) took the reigns of the first couple episodes of Season 2. The star power is present on screen with names like Colin Farrell, Taylor Kitsch, Vince Vaughn and Rachel McAdams…but, the writing was lacking from the shows creator Nic...
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The Revenant (2015) Film Review

"BEAUTY & THE BEAST" Likes: Leonardo DiCaprio, Survival & Revenge Films, True Stories Dislikes: Excessive Film Running Times, Birdman (2014) From the moment the first frame hits the silver screen, you’re fully aware what lies ahead on this journey you’ll be taking for the next 2 hours and 36 minutes. Beautifully constructed and reflective shots with a hint of brutality scattered amongst them, all wrapped together with a haunting monologue recited in Pawnee by our captivating lead, Hugh Glass (played by Leonardo DiCaprio). This is only just the start of...
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‘Once Upon a Time’ Recap ‘Broken Heart’

If the title was any indication of the ride we were in for during this penultimate Once Upon a Time episode, you’d have guessed right-- that the fans were in for a whole world of heartbreak. We’ve been getting a good taste of Dark Emma since the return of the show this season, and this episode marked Dark Hook’s “reveal” if you will. The entire series of this show (yes, since we first saw Hook) I’ve been desperate to really see him be evil. It just felt right, and man,...
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