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Supernatural - 9.10, 9.11, & 9.12

by Jennifer Pitt I’ve been having  a hard time sitting down to write about Supernatural post-midseason hiatus. I’m loving it and I am not, all at the same time. Maybe it’s because the mid-season hiatus is so long that I feel a disconnect between the last episode in December and the first in January. I have enjoyed each of the three episodes for their own merits, but I keep having

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

Salute to Supernatural Vancouver Convention 2013 - Saturday Panels

By Stacey Gillard After crawling to bed in the wee hours, the fact that Saturday panels started at 9.40am on Saturday was not overly exciting, but we all made our way to the grand ballroom for Richard’s introduction of Co-Executive Producer Jim Michaels, his first appearance at a Creation event. While it was his first time as a guest, he had dropped in to VanCon just 7 weeks into his

Supernatural - Taxi Driver

I avoid my Twitter timeline like the plague on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Ok, I avoid it like the plague EVERY day, but I especially don’t even peek at it on those two days. On those days, the Supernatural fandom goes nuts in its own polarizing way, and between the lovers and the haters, it can all get a little nasty. That being said, I think the majority of its fans

Supernatural – Torn and Frayed – The Break-up Episode

It was all about the break-ups last week. And the unhealthy but much-needed reconciliations. Sam takes off over the death of Martin Creasor and Dean’s defence of Benny for it, and for Dean tricking Sam into running to Amelia. After Amelia spies Sam peeping in her windows, she confronts him at the motel. They spend the night together and decide they will meet again two days hence: if one or

Supernatural, Season 8 - Vampires, Angels, & Loyalty

Reviewing Supernatural is such a stumbling block for me sometimes. I think it’s because I don’t always share the general sentiment, which is fuelled by a passion or a hatred I also don’t always share. I like all of the episodes, to varying degrees: some I like more (The French Mistake), some I like less (Fallen Idols – and ONLY because a certain person was in it; even that episode

Supernatural - Hope(s) for Season 8, Please!

I have been struggling for a while to write this article. Largely because a.) I was not a huge fan of Season 7; and b.) I know that what I want can never happen. I enjoy both styles of story arcs, for different reasons. I enjoy the ongoing mythology story lines, because they give me a common theme for an entire season. I enjoy the monster-of-the-week style because there isn’t

Supernatural: The Impact of An Amulet

If you watch “Supernatural” then you know that Jared Padalecki (Sam Winchester) and Jensen Ackles (Dean Winchester) aren’t the only stars of the show. There are some non-human stars on “Supernatural”. You know what they are: The 1967 Chevy Impala, the colt, the Ruby-dagger, the anti-possession symbol, Sam’s laptop, Dean’s leather jacket and Castiel’s trench coat. There is one non-human item that “Supernatural” fans seem to have a very fiery

Divine: The Series – Episode 1 – Divine

I. AM. IN. I didn’t hear a thing about this project by Ivan Hayden, Kirk Jaques, Jason Fischer, and Misha Collins. I am extremely thankful that I caught wind of it before it premiered. Written by Ivan Hayden and Kirk Jaques, Divine deals in crises of faith and belief in the telling of a true miracle. Father Christopher (Misha Collins) answers a knock on the door, to find Divine (Dan