Denial is the first step on the path to acceptance.
Month: October 2015
‘American Horror Story: Hotel’ recap for ‘Mommy’: Twisted Poetic Justice
If the show was reaching for an empathetic tear, it got an exasperated eye-roll.
Too Big To Protect: ‘The Walking Dead’ and ‘JSS’
If all life is precious, how much can you sacrifice when the lives of your tribe and yourself are threatened and killing is the only way out?
‘American Horror Story: Hotel’ Recap for ‘Chutes and Ladders’: A Perfectly Designed Torture Chamber
This anecdote is brought to you by the experience that American Horror Story does not fare well when it features a grand gesture of exposition, particularly so early in the season.
Killers Within These Walls: Thoughts on the Season 6 Premiere of ‘The Walking Dead’ (“First Time Again”)
My friends and I argue about The Walking Dead far more than we argue about anything important. Part of that … More
Messes Are Always Forgiven: ‘American Horror Story: Hotel’ Recap for ‘Checking In’
I was ready to resign American Horror Story to the annals of television history as a show with great ideas but shitty execution.
‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Finale Recap: There’s No Value Add
The show may have done itself a disservice in making Daniel and Travis the characters to lead, because the former’s aloofness and the latter’s naivete neutered any semblance of dread that should be permeating everyone’s waking moments.