Sneaky Pete, Season Two: Should You Be Watching?

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Sneaky Pete originated back in 2015 as part of Amazon’s Let’s Launch Some Television Shows and See What Sticks program.  Okay, maybe that wasn’t the exact name, but you get the idea.  Anyway, Sneaky Pete made the cut and Amazon released the first season of the show, in toto, on January 13 of last year.  Season two boots up this week. Considering there are currently somewhere in the neighborhood of 25,324 television shows on cable, Netflix,

American Gods | The Redemption of Diegesis

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American Gods Season One episode 4, has left many people scratching their heads with the deviation from the central story of Shadow Moon's journey with Mr. Wednesday, to the abrupt backstory of Laura Moon. While this backstory serves as a good introduction to Laura Moon, aka The Dead Wife, it leaves both fans of the novels and casual viewers confused alike. Fans of the novels see the divergence from the source material, that lands Laura

AMERICAN GODS | A Stylish Kind of Hell

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This isn't a show for the masses but it certainly is worth your curiosity. To say that American Gods is akin to Bryan Fuller's previous work on Hannibal is selling it short only because it's stylistically similar. Where Hannibal explores the root of humanity and it's darkest fears, American Gods explores the mythology behind man and what drives our faith in this world. For those of you looking for a show to idly watch

The Fan Voice Podcast Review The Walking Dead Season 7 Episode 1

The Fan Voice Podcast review and discuss The Walking Dead Season 7 Episode 1. This season intro will be marked as legend for it's tension, surprises and incredible acting for an entire cast. Paul and guest Hong Le discuss their impressions and thoughts on the episode, the series and the future of The Walking Dead.   Find us at: Twitter - @FanVoicePodcast Email -   Roboskater by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license ( Artist:

Beowulf | TV Review

Modern fantasy as we know it is imbued with the ancient tradition of Beowulf. J.R.R. Tolkien, a master of the genre and an inspiration to every generation since, dedicated years of his life to translating and analyzing the verses of Beowulf. His close relationship to that epic and the culture that created it shaped what would become the Tolkien Legendarium, and set the stage for the next hundred years of fantasy literature. Esquire's retelling won't

“EXTANT” Episode #1 Review

Extant is a new series on CBS, starting mid-summer [July 9th] 2014. The first episode features Halle Berry (Oscar award-winning actress) as a woman returning from a 13 month solo space mission. Her family, consisting of a brilliant scientist husband and android son, is adjusting to her return to family life. The young son (age 7 or 8) was surprisingly well acted by Pierce Gagnon. Halle Berry’s husband is portrayed by Goran Višnjić, a timeless

Game of Thrones: The Lion and the Rose review

Warning : Full spoilers for the episode follow.   Well then, that was a rather satisfying episode wasn’t it?! Let’s leave the best part for last shall we? What was never really in the books, but we saw last season with Theon and Ramsay Snow. The ever so subtle torture of Theon Greyjoy did its job we find out when we see him, battered and broken both mentally and physically. Now an obedient servant that only answers to

Game of Thrones: Two Swords Review

**Warning: Full spoilers for the episode follow**   Well the wait is over. Was it worth it? We begin seeing Ice, Ned Stark's sword being melted down and formed into two new blades, all while an orchestral version of Rains of Castamere/Opening Theme plays ominously in the background and Tywin Lannister watches. One of the blades is gifted to Jamie during a conversation with his father, that didn't seem to go the way either of them wanted