Spoilers follow for the first half of season two… [Read more…]
Anyone who has read this site for a while knows that the Fantasia Film Festival is one of the highlights of my year. This year the Montreal-based festival runs from July 12 – August 2, 2018 and, as always, boasts a wide selection of horror, science-fiction, and animated films from around the globe.
Let’s bitch it out… [Read more…]
Well, that’s that. The Walking Dead is done for 2011 and will remain off the air for 2 months (returning February 2012). And here at bitchstolemyremote, we’ve got to tell you: it’s going to be a long wait. [Read more…]
Last week’s episode ‘Chupacabra’ was a standout episode because it delved heavily into Daryl (Norman Reedus), but TVangie and I had issues with the secondary storylines, particularly Glenn’s (Steven Yuen) and Andrea’s (Laurie Holden). This week focused on both of these secondary characters, almost as though the showrunners knew what we were thinking. Maybe we should stop reviewing television and work as fortune tellers?
A full breakdown of ‘Secrets’ is coming up… [Read more…]
Last week a talky episode brought out the naysayers who claimed that this second season of The Walking Dead has been heavy on soliloquies and light on action. ‘Chupacabra’ should help to satiate those feelings as the episode focused on a fan favourite and delivered a few key pieces of information that will dramatically alter the fabric of the show as it heads into the latter half of the second season.
He Said/She Said returns to discuss what worked and what didn’t in ‘Chupacabra’… [Read more…]
Not unlike Fringe, there’s been chatter online about the past few episodes of The Walking Dead and whether or not they’re delivering the goods. Perhaps it’s the behind the scene drama (Parent company AMC slashed the budget by $250,000 per episode, prompting creator Frank Darabont to leave/be fired after Comic Con this summer), but fans are concerned about how the show will move forward and if the quality will suffer.
After four episodes in, I think it’s safe to say…the verdict is unclear. [Read more…]