Reaction: Supernatural (7×15)

Supernatural Friday. You ready, kids? Well, I wasn’t. At least not for the first scene. It’s been some time since we’ve seen the whole good-guys-torturing-the-bad-guys thing, and I think what made it worse for me was that they had the conversation with the poor guy the demon was in before the highly disturbing torture sequence. […]

Reaction: Fringe (4×12)

Is it just me, or is there something super extra erotic about sex scenes that are silent except the rustle of sheets and that don’t show much but the soft, slow movements and intertwined fingers and legs and … oh, to be Olivia and wake from a dream like that. 😉 Okay, so it had […]

Reaction: Supernatural (7×14)

Okay, let me just say that I was very impressionable when they did that made-for-TV movie version of Stephen King’s It, and even before that, clowns freaked me the hell out. My baby sister had this little wind up toy that was a clown and it gave me nightmares. It’s arms and hands were basically […]

Reaction: Fringe (4×11)

I think Astrid might officially be the best thing about Fringe. She’s always ranked pretty high, and that she’s been used slightly less this year has been disappointing. I know there’s Big Stuff going on, but I love the touches of calm Astrid always brings. She tempers Walter well, even in this version of the […]

Reaction: Fringe (4×10)

First, I have to say I adore this week of Fringe‘s title. Forced perspective is something super fun to look at (never been able to manage it myself, as a point-and-shooter), so I figured we were in for a trip. Then I remembered it’s Fringe. Trips are the norm. 😉 I knew we’d soon get […]

Reaction: Fringe (4×09)

Fringe time! Well, a day late because I have been so out of sorts all week I completely forgot about it last night. :/ Then I figured I always post a day late, trala! ACK, ShapeshifterAlt!Broyles was gonna … did he manage to … but I like Lincoln, so he’d better not have eventually got […]

Reaction: Fringe (4×08)

Shows like Fringe are worth an aggravating two month hiatus. Shows like Fringe are also the kind that a two month hiatus can damage. The storytelling is very dense and, having to wait that long between episodes, made me spend much of this first one of the next bank of episodes (for, lo, there will […]