This season took a risk, by (mostly) getting rid of the flashbacks of Dylan's previous relationships and focusing on the character's most recent past. Did it pay off?
Weekly 'From Dusk Till Dawn' reviews took a small break last week in order for me to fly over to London for a small geeky trip (no conventions this year, so I had to do something). But fear not, friends, for this is the perfect opportunity to write a review on the show as a... Continue Reading →
And we're back from a long summer hiatus just in time for "From Dusk Till Dawn"'s return. If you haven't watched Robert Rodriguez's show, based on Tarantino's script (and his own movie), you should really give it a shot, because it is a fun-filled, never-ending rollercoaster ride of action, gore and family stories. The show comes... Continue Reading →
I was unknowingly a big, fat ageist and I was not aware. This is not the only thing I take away from "Grace and Frankie", but it is the first one I want to get out of the way, in case your own ageism is stopping you from giving this show a shot too. If... Continue Reading →
ge of Ultron manages to be an entertaining, fun and generally worth watching Avengers movie, it falls short in some things other Marvel movies have excelled in, including the first Avengers.
I wanted to like The Last Man on Earth. I really wanted to. When I first heard about the show, I thought it was an interesting concept: a one-man show highlighting the ups and downs of finding yourself alone after the whole world's gone to shit (pardon my French), but of course, as many people when... Continue Reading →
Turns out mid-season TV is a lot about women learning how to survive after traumatic events. If you don't know the premise of iZombie, I'll catch you up really fast: Olive Moore is a type-A medical student that has the perfect life: she's good at her job, she is engaged to a wonderful man and... Continue Reading →
In a time where Parks & Recreation says goodbye to us definitely, 'Cougar Town' is in its last season, shows like Happy Endings and Selfie disappear into the abyss and we are in abundance of CBS-style multi-cam comedies that should have been left behind a long time ago having inexplicable success (I am sorry, The Odd... Continue Reading →
Welcome to our second instance of Midweekend Review, or, shall we say, Weekly Review? Quite honestly, dear readers, maybe this hasn't been the best idea. As I was reviewing my TV show schedule, apparently 90% of the shows I watch air from Sunday to Wednesday, as made clear by the fact that there was not a "Weekend... Continue Reading →