|I have two words for you, Marvel. "Spin" and "off".|
Who is the real Grant Ward?
Cold hands don’t equate warm heart in this opening salvo of a promising crossover. Just to drive the point home, an emotionless killer defeats our team for the first time–and he’s not even a metahuman.
For every Supernatural fan who loves to see Dean and Sam work through their crap together, here's an entire episode of Dean and Sam working through their crap together. With an extra added werewolf metaphor.
Maggie: “No. It’s just four walls and a roof.”
It was more a slow grind than a roller coaster this week and that slow grind can wear away what makes us human without some kind of intervention. All the old places of safety are gone, sometimes closed up by the very people who were supposed to be there to help us.
Scary organ-eating monster wendigo in the woods, okay. But was anyone else thinking about a chaos demon that was all slime and antlers?
by Paul Kelly
You're not kidding, Missy. This felt like an episode with some really good ideas at its core, but some really weak pay-offs. The idea of the world waking up to find itself covered with trees was solid, the dialogue was consistently top drawer, and the ecological digs were both amusing and apt. So why did the rest of the episode fail to set my thrill circuits alight?
|Five actors regretting their career choices.|
I liked this episode a lot better when it was called 'The Devil in the Dark'.