Supernatural Review: Goodbye Kevin Tran

Posted by on Dec 5, 2013 in Featured Article, Sci Fi/Horror, Supernatural, Television | 1 comment

Holy balls! Supernatural’s mid-season finale finally makes for interesting television again. First off, two rival angel factions are on a turf war, one led by Bartholomew and the other by newcomer Malachi.

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Supernatural Review: The Angels are Falling (and its not cuz Crowley Loves Girls)

Posted by on May 17, 2013 in Sci Fi/Horror, Supernatural, Television | 0 comments

In the season finale of Supernatural, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) manage to snare Crowley (Mark Sheppard) with handy dandy demon handcuffs with the intention of humanizing him as the third trial to seal off hell for good. The three meet in the guise of exchanging the demon tablet for the angel tablet. However, after capturing Crowley, the brothers take him to an abandoned church (holy ground) and where Sam takes his last confession and then injects Crowley with his purified blood once an hour for eight hours.

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Supernatural Review: The One Where Cas Goes To The Dark Side

Posted by on May 8, 2011 in Television | 4 comments

The whole season has finally been revealed through the eyes of Castiel (Misha Collins), our lovable angel who has found his way to the...

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Supernatural Review: Fate’s a B**ch and Then You Die

Posted by on Apr 17, 2011 in Television | 2 comments

After a brief hiatus, Supernatural returns with our favorite duo of demon hunting, ass kicking brothers Sam and Dean Winchester. In this episode they learn that there is a reason for all those clichéd sayings involving fate. You know what I’m talking about, you can’t outrun fate, tempting fate, fate strikes when you least expect it, etc.

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Supernatural Review: They Killed @mishacollins! Those Bastards!

Posted by on Feb 26, 2011 in Television | 6 comments

In a case of art imitating life, or is it the other way around? This week’s Supernatural brings the Winchester brothers to an alternate reality. This other universe though isn’t just any old parallel dimension; it’s our real world, except with actors playing executive producers Robert Singer and Eric Kripke and Sam and Dean playing Sam and Dean playing Jared and Jensen. Get that?

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