Jennifer Pitt

Supernatural 9.09 - Holy Terror

By Stacey Gillard I’m not entirely sure what just happened. As prepared as I usually am for some kind of heartbreak from Supernatural, the devastating blow they dealt us in the mid-season finale has thrown me for a loop. Let’s rewind for a second. The angels are starting a war because each faction believes they can take on Metatron, win, and regain heaven. Meanwhile Metatron is trying to be the

The Walking Dead - Season 4 Mid-Season Finale

I could not even put together a sentence last night after watching the mid-season finale of The Walking Dead, and could only blurt out “February?!?!?!?” What a mind-blowing episode. The Walking Dead, for me, is one of the top shows on television right now, although I did feel that this season so far was dragging on a little, and with the introduction of the flashing back sequences with the Guv

Supernatural 9.08 - Choices: 3 Female Perspectives

In light of the negative reactions to last week’s Supernatural episode, Rock and a Hard Place, we have elected to forgo our normal review style, and have asked three of our female writers of varying lifestyles for their perspectives on the episode. We hope this will encourage some positive discussion about this issue. -Ed. Stacey, single, unattached woman in her mid-30’s I really liked this week’s episode of Supernatural. REALLY

Supernatural 9.07 - Bad Boys

I loved this episode so much, for so many reasons. It had all the love, we got a little bit of Dean history, and it was interesting. Adam Glass outdid himself. I think I’m going to take a lot of heat for this, but what I take away from that episode is that John Winchester was a terrible father. He didn’t know he was a terrible parent – in his

The Walking Dead - The Carol & Hershel Episodes

I was loving so much that untrusting Rick took Carol on his trip to town. I thought, awesome: good time for them both to be honest with someone. Not that Carol ever had a problem with honesty – once her PoS husband kicked it, she morphed into this no-bullshit-take-me-or-leave-me Carol. When she directly challenged Rick about waiting for the shoulder guy whose name escapes me (did he have one?), it

Agents Of Shield - 1.05 Girl In The Flower Dress

By Stacey Gillard Agents of SHIELD has really hit its stride. To clarify, I’ve never NOT enjoyed the show. There’s so much Joss Whedon about it that it would be impossible for me to not be a fan. I had felt that there was a lack of character development and that is what we have started to get over the past couple of weeks. It shouldn’t be surprising – Whedon

Trailer Park Boys 3: Don't Legalize It in theatres everywhere for 4/20 weekend

via Broadcaster.com TORONTO, Oct. 15, 2013 /CNW/ – Entertainment One (eOne) today confirmed that in time for the infamous 4/20 weekend, Ricky, Julian and Bubbles will return to theatres across Canada on April 18(th) in Trailer Park Boys 3: Don’t Legalize It. Out of jail and broke, Julian concocts an outrageously greasy scheme to get rich and, to make it even greasier, he will have to deliver his product to

Supernatural - Season 9, Episode 2 - Devil May Care

I have a confession to make. I was confused for much of this episode – I missed the scene last week when Sam was Sam and Ezekiel had assured Dean that Sam would be running the show and that he would lay low in the background. So until Ezekiel came forward and assured Dean that Sam was unconscious, I was really wondering if I had even watched last week or

The Walking Dead Season 4 Premiere

by Jennifer Pitt Not that I didn’t like the previous seasons, but I think I am really going to like Season 4. It’s funny, my dad and I were talking about the show just before it came on, and he commented on the stupidity of them not growing their own food. I agreed, so when the episode opened with Rick tending the garden, it made me happy: if someone who