Movie Review: Friend Request

The back half of 2017 has been filled with horror and suspense films. The remake of Stephen King’s “It” has been dominating the box office and bringing up grown men’s fears of clowns. Mother! has been confusing and angering critics…

TV Review: Fear the Walking Dead 1×06 “The Good Man”

And here we are, the final episode of season one of Fear the Walking Dead. Officially, this episode is called ‘The Good Man’ but I think we should just go ahead and call it “Well, that was a terrible plan…”…

TV Review: Fear the Walking Dead 1×05 “Cobalt”

Well, after watching episode five of Fear the Walking Dead, I’m kind of disappointed. Cobalt still made for an interesting episode, and it absolutely wasn’t bad TV, but I think I have to give up hope on this ever being…

TV Review: Fear the Walking Dead 1×04 “Not Fade Away”

And, we’re back! And so is civilization, sort of. The military has decended, inflicting rules supposedly intended to keep everyone safe. Nine days have passed since the end of the last episode, and everyone seems to be in a holding…

TV Review: Fear the Walking Dead 1×03 “The Dog”

Even after having written this (brief… seriously, nothing really happened this week) review, I’m still not sure how I feel about the episode. It wasn’t boring, it just could have been so much more. It also would have been nice to see more of the over done zombie-apocalypse-amateur-hour moves avoided.

TV Review: Fear the Walking Dead 1×02 “So Close, Yet So Far”

This week we jumped in right where the pilot left off, as Travis (Cliff Curtis) and Madison (Kim Dickens) are quickly coming to grips with what’s going on, though they still don’t know much of anything for sure. But what they do know is that they want to get out of town as quickly as possible.

TV Review: Fear the Walking Dead 1×01 “Pilot”

Last night AMC launched their newest show, and there is already no question that they are counting on it becoming a hit. Thankfully, this just might be television worth watching. Fear The Walking Dead is set in the same universe as The Walking Dead, which airs during the regular TV season. The central difference is that it’s starts off right at the onset of the zombie virus outbreak.