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Deadly Class Takes the Trippiest Road Trip with “Saudade”

Titles matter. I write this a lot in my reviews because the title usually points to a more subtle theme than the main narrative draws you to. Here we have “Saudade” which Wikipedia tells me is a Portuguese word meaning “missing” but is also used as an idiom referring to […]

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Deadly Class Proves It’s More Than Just “Noise, Noise, Noise”

Where “Reagan Youth” might’ve left your head spinning with the rapid introduction of characters and cliques, “Noise, Noise, Noise” delves into the relationships and personal plot-lines of the core cast. The episode opens on the morning after Marcus does Willie’s hobo homework and the aftermath isn’t pretty. He doesn’t sleep, […]

Deadly Class Premiere Spins the “Reagan Youth”
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Deadly Class Premiere Spins the “Reagan Youth”

“World War One was started by a teenager with a pistol…” and so begins a seemingly dry history lesson but neither the lecture nor the action of the opening scene is what it seems. We learn quickly that this is a school with consequences. They may wear uniforms but they […]

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Previewing Syfy’s New Thursday: Van Helsing and Ghost Wars

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] Syfy kicks off its fall Thursday night lineup this week with the second season premiere of Van Helsing at 9/8c and the series premiere of Ghost Wars at 10/9c.

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Van Helsing Preview: “Help Out”

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] Jason Priestley directs his second Van Helsing in a row Friday night with “Help Out,” which puts the crew right back in another dire situation as they find out that being trapped 50 feet down in a bunker might be the least of their problems.

The X-Files Settles In But Doesn’t Settle: “My Struggle” and “Founder’s Mutation”
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The X-Files Settles In But Doesn’t Settle: “My Struggle” and “Founder’s Mutation”

I’ve been saying for close to a year that Mulder and Scully are my people and that I was ready last March for these six episodes to air. After last night’s exposition-heavy episode painted the picture that Mulder and Scully have been apart but not necessarily estranged, tonight’s follow-up had […]

Continuum Season 4 Premiere Preview: “Lost Hours”
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Continuum Season 4 Premiere Preview: “Lost Hours”

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] 14 months (OMG) and change after we wrapped season 3, Continuum finally returns Friday night (yaaaayyy!) with the first of its last six episodes. God, is it good to see them again.

TV Goodness Reports: Continuum Starts Production on Season 4
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TV Goodness Reports: Continuum Starts Production on Season 4

Alrighty, kids. As of this morning, Continuum is back in front of the camera on the fourth and final (sniff) season. The cast and crew have reassembled in Vancouver to work on the last six episodes, and will shoot from now through late May.

TV Movie Goodness Mini-Series Preview: Syfy’s Ascension [VIDEO and PHOTOS]
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TV Movie Goodness Mini-Series Preview: Syfy’s Ascension [VIDEO and PHOTOS]

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] Back in ye olden days, Syfy (then SciFi) was a reliable destination for blow-out, no hold barred, mini-series extravaganzas–see Steven Spielberg’s Taken–20 hours that spanned decades and was so, so good, Battlestar Galactica (before it was ever a series), and more recently, Tin Man and Alice, […]

Continuum Preview: “The Dying Minutes” [VIDEO and PHOTOS]
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Continuum Preview: “The Dying Minutes” [VIDEO and PHOTOS]

[Warning: General episode spoilers in the article, images, and preview.] While next week’s episode of Continuum is technically the season three finale, tonight’s episode might as well be taken as the first hour of a two-part season closer because it is EPIC and brutal (and fatal) and sets up game changers […]