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Tag Archives: drama
In this episode of our favorite found-footage program, the characters stand around and watch some found footage of their own! It’s flashbacks within flashbacks within a concept that’s coming apart at the seams. Before the recap, let’s cut to the … Continue reading
Editor: The tardiness of this post is my fault, not Estelle’s. After last week’s fast-paced engagement/murder party and the fact that we have a whole month of March without any new episodes, I decided to switch things up a bit … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: Please welcome Melissa Sue Sorrells Galley who will be reviewing ABC’s thrilling new drama The River. The River is a found-footage style genre mashup of science fiction, horror, drama and suspense, and its first hour is just as … Continue reading
Revenge’s corner of the Hamptons is a bit quieter since Tyler was forced out last week. In fact, my husband usually measures how crazy the show is by the amount of yelping I do in the next room, and Wednesday … Continue reading