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I AM GOD!!! -Caprica Season 1.5 Review

29 Dec

Watching Caprica has been an adventure in and of itself. And by that I mean it’s been a bit of an ordeal keeping track of when and where its episodes are going to air. First there was the 90-minute, uncensored, titty-tastic pilot released on DVD in between the finale of BSG and its final movie [...]

Alex’s Best of 2010, Day One- Television

23 Dec

And so it begins! To be honest, this is my favorite time of the year because it gives me an excuse to indulge in one of my greatest pleasures: list-making. I kick things off with my Top 10 television episodes of the year. 2010 was an exciting, if uneven year for television. The dead walked, [...]

By Your Command- Caprica Recap

27 Oct

Four episodes into Season 1.5 and Caprica is finally picking up steam. While the Zoe and Tamara avatars were once again absent, every storyline in “False Labor” was engaging, even Amanda Graystone’s, and it’s cool to see the pieces of the Cylon rebellion begin to fall in place (though chronologically, it’s another five years before [...]

I’m Gonna Make ‘Em an Offer He Can’t Frakkin’ Refuse- Caprica Recap

20 Oct

Though the premiere of the second half of Caprica’s first season failed to impress, and if anything completely disappointed, the show has been picking up in its last two episodes. It still seems like a much more flawed beast than it was earlier this year, and it’s not really grabbing my imagination in the way [...]

Alex’s Halloween Countdown, Day 4

14 Oct

Today, I’ve decided to do the first half of my Fall TV Roundup for the fourth installment of my Halloween Countdown, focusing exclusively on the horror & sci-fi shows I watch. As you know, I love me some sci-fi/horror. Probably don’t even need to say this, but SPOILER ALERT. Fall TV Roundup, Part I- Horror [...]

Pretty in Silver- Caprica Season 1.0 Review

29 Mar

SPOILER ALERT No one seemed to think Caprica could work. Why would it? It’s a prequel spinoff to a show that was equal parts expensive, critically acclaimed and lowly rated by Nielsen. How could there be any drama, when we the audience know that within a scant 60 years everyone and everything we’ve been watching [...]

Alex’s Upcoming TV Shows of Interest

17 Sep

The fall TV season has returned, and with it, a slew of exciting new shows, and some old favorites. I’m very selective about what TV I watch, mostly because it is full of such shit, so believe me, that there’s at least one thing in here you’d probably enjoy (if you have taste. If not [...]