Monthly Archives: January 2013
In “Vertigo”, Oliver and Diggle hunt down a murderous drug dealer named The Count (Seth Gabel) while Thea faces a prison sentence for her reckless drug abuse and car crash.
Continue reading for Arrow Season 1 Episode 12 “Vertigo” review.
Spartacus: War Of The Damned Season Premiere Review – The Rebels Are Back With A Vengeance!
Warning: This article contains spoilers for Season 3, Episode 1, titled “Enemies of Rome”. Watch online the free complete episode of Spartacus: War Of The Damned Season Premiere at Starz.com
The end begins. There’s a finality that looms over War Of The Damned, the last chapter in Starz’s Spartacus series, which intensifies the gravity of each scene and turn of events.
By the time the end credits rolled in Enemies of Rome, we observed a blood soaked battlefield strewn with death and dismemberment, famished children scurrying over discarded horse entrails and a double decapitation.
In “Trust But Verify”, Diggle’s partnership with Oliver is put to the test when Oliver is convinced Diggle’s former commanding officer and mentor, Ted Gaynor (Ben Browder), is behind a series of deadly armored truck robberies. Meanwhile, on her eighteenth birthday, Thea discovers her mother has been secretly meeting with Malcolm Merlyn.
Continue Reading for spoilers on Arrow S1E11 “Trust But Verify”.
Spartacus War Of The Damned Preview: Everything You Need To Know About New Characters and Storylines
Warning: This article contains spoilers for previous seasons and a sneak preview of Spartacus War of The Damned.
Dust off your sword and sandals. The long awaited conclusion to Starz’s Spartacus TV Series is upon us and it’s going to be epic.
Fans have been teased with trailers and promotional photos but details on the storylines and new characters have been closely guarded.
Let’s take a closer look at what we can expect from the final season of Spartacus.
Fringe’s two hour series finale: 1.12 Liberty & 1.13 An Enemy of Fate was an emotional farewell that delivered everything a fan could ask for.
Continue Reading for a complete review of Fringe Series Finale & The Best Scenes of Season 5 with video clips … warning major spoilers ahead.
In this week’s episode titled “Burned”, we learn that Oliver has not donned the green hood in the past six weeks ever since his near fatal showdown versus the Dark Archer. There was a time when Oliver was so driven to take out corrupt criminals he put the most important people of his life into the backseat. Now, the pendulum has swung back the other way. Oliver tells Diggle that he wants to focus on his family, especially since his stepfather Walter was abducted or presumed dead.
Zero Dark Thirty Movie Review: Under Cover Of Darkness
Many of us vividly remember what we were thinking and feeling when we first heard of the terrorist attacks on 9/11. The opening minute of Zero Dark Thirty takes the audience back to the tragic events that brought to light the hidden evil of al-Qaeda, the terrorist organization that claimed responsibility for the attacks, and its founder, Osama Bin laden. Against a pitch black screen, an audio montage captures emergency distress phone calls from 9/11; hitting a raw nerve that is still sensitive to many Americans. Similar to the visual motif of redaction used in an early movie trailer, the darkness soon gives way to a bright light.