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Arrow Episode Nine – Who's In The box?

WOW tonight’s episode of Arrow was crazy and crazy misleading! “After tonight’s “Arrow” winter finale really tried to paint the picture of Felicity Smoak being dead in a brutal Christmastime shooting, the promo for the January 20 return of the show almost enters full-on trolling mode. The CW is somewhat infamous at this point for releasing misleading trailers for this […]

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Me and Jessica Jones

  I watched Marvels Jessica Jones on Netflix. Krysten Ritter as Jessica Jones was fantastic. The female show runner Melisa Rosenberg  Created this darker than most of Marvel properties.  It is darker than Daredevil (who, spoiler, doesn’t make an appearance but Rosario Dawson does have a cameo as Hell’s Kitchen’s own night nurse) This show is definitely an adult show.. Not that […]

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Supernatural In Review- The Bad Seed

So far, the thing that’s surprised me most about this season is how funny it is. I mean, we’ve got our fourth apocalypse incoming, Dean encountered a soul-eating baby, Sam was infected with a zombie virus, Cas turned into an attack-dog. Yet the show’s here joking about mega-covens and- ahem- “Uncle Crowley“. This episode opened with Rowena and her Mega-Coven […]

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Last night I watched the movie Black Mass, and it was alright. I don’t think Oscar worthy. I’m hoping to see Steve Jobs and the Martian this week. After watching movies, I start to get disappointed. Just as in the wake of Napster the Ipod and Iphone and Itunes model of distribution came about, times are changing for movies. There […]

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Supernatural In Review- Out Of The Darkness, Into The Fire

Quite honestly I have no idea where this season’s heading. And at this stage in the show, that’s by no means a bad thing. Allow me to introduce myself: Wren Collins, shit-stirrer and Vivisecting Supernatural creator. Geek Girl Rising has kindly invited me to come review for her, so I’m afraid you’re stuck with me for the forseeable future. For […]