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Agent Carter Review

Howard Stark returns to help stop Whitney and save the world from a full-on Zero Matter invasion.   Hollywood Ending This episode takes up where the last left off, with Peggy threatening to shoot Jack and Dr. Jason about to explode Zero Matter all...
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Agent Carter Review

The race for Zero Matter turns into a race for Dr. Jason’s soul.   Season 2, Episode 8: The Edge of Mystery We open on a flashback to Anna and Jarvis from season 1, when he was handling Peggy’s problems remotely. They talk about her a bit, and...
82%

Agent Carter Review

A recently-impaled and still-recovering Peggy decides to solicit Dottie Underwood’s help in her battle against Whitney Frost.   Season 2, Episode 6: Life of the Party After disappearing briefly into the zero matter void, which looks like...
81%

Agent Carter Review

Peggy assembles a rag-tag team to steal and dismantle an atomic bomb before Whitney can get to it. The Atomic Job Dr. Jason gets to be solid for the first five minutes of this episode when he discovers that an ice sample from the body of episode one’s...
94%

Agent Carter Review

Peggy and Whitney Frost get parallel origin stories, detailing their respective rises to power in a man’s world. Season 2, Episode 4: Smoke and Mirrors Young Peggy Carter imagines herself slaying a dragon and saving her princess doll. Her brother...
84%

Agent Carter Review

Peggy is joined by Howard Stark as they try to figure out the effects of Zero Matter on victims of the lab explosion.   Season 2, Episode 3: Better Angels Still reeling from losing Dr. Jason, Peggy summons all her British stiff upper lip-ness...
90%

Agent Carter Review

Peggy Carter, international super spy, confidante of Captain America, and destroyer of patriarchy, is back! Season 2, Episode 1: The Lady in the Lake Although the teasers and promos leading up to this season promised us Peggy in Los Angeles, the...
81%

Ash vs. Evil Dead Review

  Ash stupidly chants an incantation from the Necronomicon and unleashes evil.  Realizing his mistake he sets out to right his wrongs once and for good by defeating all the deadites and destroying the book.   To put it simply, after all ten...
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Empire: Et Tu, Brute? Review by Marcus Graham

The Empire Hath Fallen   I remember back in the 1990s, when shows would air, I never heard the phrase “mid-season finale." Now, it’s normal. November and early December are when most shows decide to take a break and return around mid-winter when...
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A Very Murray Christmas Review

An appropriately bizarre musical Christmas special that will serve as great background noise at holiday gatherings.   Every year, my high expectations for a merry Christmas collide with reality in a flurry of pine branches, egg nog and sparkles,...