TV Reviews

The Last Sharknado Movie Review: Franchise Fred Approves The Finale

Even though Franchise Fred always wants to see more sequels indefinitely, I do enjoy a good “final chapter.” Mainly because I’ve learned it’s never the last one anyway. So I don’t believe we’ll never ...

Review: Preacher 3×08, “The Tom/Brady”

If there was an example of a standard episode of Preacher out there, it seems like “The Tom/Brady” could be used as one. Sure, this is not an episode that showcases Jesse’s true power or places an emp...

Review: Preacher 3×07, “Hitler”

The only irritating part about going over my thoughts of this week’s Preacher is having to address the opening. “Hitler” begins with a look at Hitler’s life outside of Hell. I wasn’t a fan of involvin...

Review: Preacher 3×06, “Les Enfants du Sang”

It’s interesting how we are three seasons into Preacher and just now exploring what it means for Cassidy to be a vampire. Previous seasons have touched upon this. Season one dealt with Cassidy’s probl...

Review: Preacher 3×05, “The Coffin”

Things have been on the rise for Preacher. Last week’s episode was a good improvement over where things have been, and now we have” The Coffin,” which is a fine mix of plot, character, and the bizarre...

Review: Preacher 3×04, “The Tombs”

It looks like “The Tombs” may be my favorite episode of Preacher’s third season thus far. While I was happy with the premiere placing Angelville as the setting to keep track of, and as much fun as Her...

Review: Preacher 3×03, “Gonna Hurt”

This week’s Preacher was a step up from last week, but I have to not right away that God in a dog costume isn’t working for me. Perhaps there’s a reveal coming that will have this all make more sense,...

Review: Preacher 3×02, “Sonsabitches”

With the need to resolve last season’s cliffhanger out of the way, and some work done to set up the new locale for the season, we now have a Preacher episode that puts Jesse back on track with the mai...

Review: Preacher 3×01, “Angelville”

When we last saw the group of anti-heroes we’ve been following in Preacher, things had hit a bit of a rough patch, to say the least. Tulip (Ruth Negga) had been shot dead, and Jesse (Dominic Cooper) a...

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