A love lost reignited In the shadow of horror Portending despair In many ways, this episode trends back to what makes Arrow great: the interpersonal relationships. A well-paced episode that ends with creeping doom has me interested in how it all ends.
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Haiku Review: iZombie (S3E5)
Dominance guides them As memories fade to black In a world on edge iZombie continues to be one of my favorite, if not my favorite, show on TV. The acting is top notch as always. Rose McIver is wonderful again, taking on yet another personality with ease. Robert Buckley is sadness personified. Malcolm Goodwin remainsContinue reading “Haiku Review: iZombie (S3E5)”
Haiku Review: The Flash (S3E20)
Winter comes in May Revealing the cost of love As our sense of Self Great episode that finally reveals the identity of Savitar. If you were watching carefully, you could follow the breadcrumbs to solve the mystery. Really sets up the end of the season well.
Haiku Review: Agents of Shield (S4E20)
Bittersweet is hope As the world comes crashing down Around those who care A tightly written episode that gives us a lot of what we wanted in terms of the Framework and our favorite agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Sets up the end of the season nicely.
Haiku Reviews: The Fall
Creeping in the night Cerebral and engorssing Scully no Mulder Verdict: A well-paced thriller that highlights Anderson’s acting prowess. It’s on Netflix, give it a watch….
Haiku Review: The Conjuring
Doll face frightening An eerie house by the lake Don’t turn the lights off Critical Review: Watch it this Halloween!
Haiku Reviews: Nebraska
A trip with his son Looking for who he once was Ends where it began Opinion: A humourous little yarn from Alexander Payne (who directed one of my favorite movies, Sideways) delivers a muted pusuit of who we once were; Bruce Dern is fantastic.
Haiku Reviews: Battlestar Galactica
Poetry in Space Shakespeare so say we all Atop Olympus Verdict: If you have not already watched it, watch it now.
Haiku Reviews: Cabin in the Woods
Deliciously good Horror and humor abound In Whedon we trust Verdict: Rushed ending aside, give it a watch.
Haiku Reviews: Friday Night Lights (TV Show)
Texas, family, football 4th and 1 with no time left The ball is away Verdict: Definintely made for family-friendly audiences, but worth a watch if you like football and drama.