Category: TV Series Reviews

TV Series Review: DEXTER – Season 6 (2011)

TV Series Review: DEXTER – Season 6 (2011)

With Season 6 of DEXTER, you gotta wonder when this show’s gonna start losing steam. Only time will tell…

TV Series Review: HEROES – Season 4 (2009)

TV Series Review: HEROES – Season 4 (2009)

The horrible superhero show HEROES gets overhauled and becomes completely awesome by Season 4. Sadly, it’s the last season the show was ever on.

TV Series Review: HEROES – Season 3 (2008)

TV Series Review: HEROES – Season 3 (2008)

Season 3 of a potentially awesome show, HEROES, continues to suck. This season directly mimics Marvel Comics’ CIVIL WAR story arc… but they don’t do it well.

TV Series Review: HEROES – Season 2 (2007)

TV Series Review: HEROES – Season 2 (2007)

Season 2 of the potentially awesome super hero TV Show HEROES infruriates me further as I ravage through the inconsistencies and over all horrible-ness of it all.

TV Series Review: HEROES – Season 1 (2006)

TV Series Review: HEROES – Season 1 (2006)

A really good, and original (kinda) live action comic book Series, about real life super heroes, came in the form of HEROES. However, many inconsistencies and just plain condescension towards the audience causes it’s complete and utter downfall. Check out my Review of Season 1 of HEROES.

TV Series Review: SUPERNATURAL – Season 7 (2011)

TV Series Review: SUPERNATURAL – Season 7 (2011)

Season 7 of the long running SUPERNATURAL is just the same ol’ formula repeated over again. This show has peaked, and needs to end ASAP!

TV Series Review: FRINGE – Season 3 (2010)

TV Series Review: FRINGE – Season 3 (2010)

FRINGE continues to be an amazing show, and with Season 4, it seems like they’ll be going into places that have only been slightly touched upon by other shows/movies of this genre.

TV Series Review: FRINGE – Season 2 (2009)

TV Series Review: FRINGE – Season 2 (2009)

The best (my opinion) best sci-fi show on television right now kicks some serious ass in almost every way. Created by the veteran of genre shows and movies, J. J. Abrams brings us the totally awesome FRINGE.

TV Series Review: FRINGE – Season 1 (2008)

TV Series Review: FRINGE – Season 1 (2008)

J. J. Abrams takes, an eccentric guy who believes in the impossible, a genius skeptic and an FBI Agent who’s personally invested in the wierd, and creates the only mainstream successful sci-fi TV series on the air right now. Check out my review of Season 1 of X-FILE— I mean FRINGE!

TV Series Review: GAME OF THRONES – Season 1 (2011)

TV Series Review: GAME OF THRONES – Season 1 (2011)

GAME OF THRONES completely shoots the shit outta the traditional plot structure for a series and we finally get to see a geek-fest of Dungeons & Dragons calibre (see what I did there) that is in full swing with the gore, guts and all he brutality that comes with it. It’s simply put, awesome. Check it out!!

TV Series Review: STARGATE: UNIVERSE – Season 2 (2010)

TV Series Review: STARGATE: UNIVERSE – Season 2 (2010)

As of right now: STARGATE UNIVERSE has been canceled, along with it, the existence of the continuing STARGATE franchise. But boy did it bring some awesome-ness for the short while it was on air…

TV Series Review: STARGATE: UNIVERSE – SEASON 1 (2009)

TV Series Review: STARGATE: UNIVERSE – SEASON 1 (2009)

STARGATE: UNIVERSE holds on to the essence of the series, while throwing out everything else that established a formula for storytelling from the previous 15 seasons of the Franchise…. and it’s awesome!

TV Series Review: SUPERNATURAL – Season 6 (2010)

TV Series Review: SUPERNATURAL – Season 6 (2010)

Safe to say that creator Eric Kripke’s influence on the TV series SUPERNATURAL seemed have been big as Season 6, without him, turned out to be a massvie crapfest.

TV Series Review: SUPERNATURAL – Season 5 (2009)

TV Series Review: SUPERNATURAL – Season 5 (2009)

t seems the Winchester boys are more responsible for half the shit that goes wrong than they do to save it. And with Hell on Earth (literally) Season 5 of SUPERNATURAL is a mad dash to right all the boys’ fuckups, supposedly for the last time… (riiight)