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Supernatural Review: Cas Isn't God After All

Posted by on Sep 24, 2011 in feature overlay, Television | 4 comments

Without a doubt, Death is the most bad ass of the Four Horsemen, but it leads me to wonder, how is it that he is more powerful than his brothers because the Winchesters were able to cause some damage to the other three. We get another look at how formidable Death is in the first episode of season seven, where Sam, Dean, and Bobby look to the last Horseman to kill Cas who has mentally gone AWOL.

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Being Human Review: Supernatural Krav Maga Crimefighters

Posted by on Apr 12, 2011 in Television | 0 comments

This weeks episode of Syfy’s Being Human, “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Me Killing You”, wraps up the first season of the reimagining…and what a road it’s been.

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Being Human Review: Old Loves, Same Foes

Posted by on Apr 6, 2011 in Feature, feature overlay, Television | 2 comments

This week’s penultimate episode of Syfy’s Being Human, “You’re the One that I Haunt,” kicked off with Sally (Meaghan Rath) providing an opening voiceover about her memories of going to the harbor with her dad just before a big storm, and the eerie stillness that accompanied it as we see the funeral home completely ransacked and empty. Over at the trio’s house, Aidan (Sam Witwer) and Josh (Sam Huntington) are packing an awful lot of stakes and discussing how awkward it is to have to carry them around all the time, needing them to protect Aidan from an impending retaliation from Bishop (Mark Pellegrino).

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Being Human Review: Changes Are Coming

Posted by on Mar 30, 2011 in Television | 0 comments

This week’s episode of Syfy’s Being Human, “Going Dutch”, kicked off with Aidan, Marcus and Bishop bringing the Dutch clan to the vampire blood den while we hear Aidan’s voiceover about change being the only constant in the universe.

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Being Human Review: Sex Clouds and Playing House

Posted by on Mar 16, 2011 in Television | 0 comments

Josh handles the voiceover on this week’s episode of Syfy’s Being Human, titled “I Want You (Back From the Dead).” His monologue focuses on the unending need we have to connect with one another while we see Sally walking through the hospital purgatory for ghosts, coming across a note on the wall from someone named Nick.

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