Tag Archives: supernatural

The Originals: Family is Forever, for Better or for Worse

The Originals Genre: Supernatural Synopsis: A family of thousand year old vampires returns to their former home, New Orleans, becoming embroiled in the power struggles between vampires, witches, and werewolves. The head of the house is the paranoid, erratic, and … Continue reading

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Roundup: LARP, Tabletop, and Fate/Stay Night

LARP The Series Synopsis: The show follows (fictional) snippets of the lives of a group of LARP players–both in-game and out. Series: First season. I’ve Watched: Up to episode 7. Verdict: Fun Another web series on Geek and Sundry, told … Continue reading

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Teen Wolf: From Awful to Pretty Good in Four Seasons

Genre: Supernatural Synopsis: S1: Normal teenager Scott gets turned into a werewolf, and has to learn about what he is while trying to figure out who turned him into a wolf in the first place, and why. S2: Things come to … Continue reading

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Fall 2014 TV: Morganville and Psycho-Pass

Note: I was going to include my thoughts on Flash here, but they’re too long. I’ll give that show it’s own post sometime later this week. Morganville: The Series Genre: Supernatural/Urban fantasy Synopsis: Based on the young adult urban fantasy … Continue reading

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The start of the Fall 2014 TV season: Gotham, SHIELD, How To Get Away With Murder, and Fate/stay night

Gotham Genre: Superhero Synopsis: This show will follow the early days of Detective James Gordon, and little Bruce Wayne, in addition to addressing origin stories for Batman villains. Series: Season 1 I’ve Watched: First 2 eps Verdict: Not promising The … Continue reading

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Geek and Sundry’s new ‘Spooked’, and Dystopia

A new web series by Geek and Sundry, this supernatural comedy follows a paranormal investigations team as they investigate hauntings in possibly the most unprofessional manner ever. I liked the pilot, posted above. The guest stars were fantastic, and they’re … Continue reading

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In Your Eyes and Broken Age, Act I: Personal Journeys

In Your Eyes The Joss Whedon penned supernatural romance. I’m not big on romantic comedies–they just aren’t generally told in a way that appeals to me at all. So naturally, the parts of the movie that I most disliked were … Continue reading

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