**This is a spoiler-free review so feel free to read on!**
Monsterland is a new horror anthology television series on Hulu. It stars Kaitlyn Dever, Taylor Schilling, Nicole Beharie, and Mike Colter. The series premiered on October 2nd 2020 with eight episodes (approximately 55 minutes in length).
Based upon the short story collection, North American Lake Monsters, Monsterlandreveals some deep and dark truths lurking beneath the surface. While supernatural and horror elements do play a part, the real horror lies within humanity.
Here is the trailer:
Horror anthology series are surfacing left and right and with Halloween right around the corner, you are probably in search of some good solid scares. However, Monsterland may be more of an unsettling emotional roller coaster ride rather than your typical horror series. Is Monsterland worthy of a watch? Let’s find out…
Kaitlyn Dever, Taylor Schilling, and Nicole Beharie really stood out for me, but there were a lot of familiar faces in each episode and I thought that each character did a great job. Since this is anthology style, each episode focuses on a new character in a different town, but every performance held up and was probably the best part of the series for me.
A different take on horror.
One thing I did appreciate in this series was the attention to the darkness embedded within humanity. Sometimes our decisions can eat away at us and while there are some cringe-worthy moments sprinkled in to each episode, the real fear is that we are the actual monsters and have to come to terms with our past and accept the consequences of our actions.
The episodes are way too long.
The episodes are about 53 minutes in length each and they really drag at times. I think that this concept could have worked much better with 35 minute episodes. I understand the need to build up character development through a slow burn approach, but I found myself tuning out quite a bit.
Dark and depressing.
I went into this series hoping for some welcomed horror and I found myself really upset watching each episode. The episodes are emotionally unsettling, which isn’t necessarily a con, but it didn’t help with the slower pace. Other than episodes 1, 5, and 8(the best episodes of the series for me), the rest of the episodes were dragged out and forgettable, but they did have some worthy performances that should be noted.
So am I in or out?
I’m about 50/50 on this one.
I appreciated the different take on horror here and I was drawn in for a few of the episodes, but I was disappointed overall and thought that the episodes were way too long. If you are looking for an anthology horror-esque show other than American Horror Story, I recommend The Haunting of Hill House (season 2 drops next week) or Hulu’s Into the Dark, which had a unique seasonal theme.
I hope you enjoyed the review and feel free to post your own thoughts and theories on Monsterland in the comments section below. Thanks so much for reading and happy viewing!
Amy Koto, TV Fanatic Girl
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Samantha Morton as Alpha on AMC’s The Walking Dead.
What makes a truly formidable villain? I ask myself that a lot whenever I watch a television series, film, or read a book. There are so many villains emerging across the screen and page, but I find myself drawn to the villains with buried layers.
The ones that make you stop and think about how our choices can lead us down a dark path and how the difference between right and wrong is not always set in stone.
When it comes to TWD, Negan was always my go to villain, but can we really classify him as a villain now? To me, Negan is more of a former foe and he seems to be growing as an anti-hero. When The Whisperers were first introduced, we met Alpha and I immediately saw the potential for a villain who would not back down. Please note some spoilers are ahead if you are not caught up on the series.
Alpha has been making her mark and she really cut deep with that heartbreaking cliffhanger episode in season 9. Just thinking about it still gives me chills! There is this raw quality to Alpha. She is a survivor through and through and she refuses to let weakness taint this instinct. And yet, when it comes to Alpha herself, she clearly does have a weakness when it comes to her daughter, Lydia.
In season 10, episode 2, we are presented with Alpha’s backstory and it really put things into perspective for me. I never thought that I would feel any type of sympathy or understanding toward Alpha and yet I now see her in a completely different light. Alpha gives new meaning to the survival of the fittest concept and she understands that order must be followed to truly maintain power and unity.
However, the slivers of humanity presented make her a complex villain and I really started to think about if we can ever truly classify good guys and bad guys? After all, the bad guys always think they are the good guys and vice versa, but Alpha’s unconditional love for her daughter does seep into her decisions as a leader. She initially spares Gamma’s sister’s life because she understands what it feels like to be a mother without her child.
That being said, Alpha understands that she needs to keep this part of her hidden from the rest of the group. Any sign of weakness on her part could weaken the whole and she knows that examples must be set.
Samantha Morton is absolutely haunting and captivating as Alpha. There’s something about the way she looks at you, almost like she is looking right through to the very depths of your soul, bringing this necessary and chilling quality to her character.
What’s next for Alpha? We’ll have to wait and see, but it looks like she is ready to punish our group for crossing the line. Alpha’s actions can be beyond ruthless, but can Lydia still get through to her somehow? I have some knowledge of what happens in the comics and I’m wondering if the ultimate showdown will stay true to that or if we have just set up something even more interesting between Carol and Alpha?
I sort of like the idea of these two strong mothers going up against each other, but of course I’m always ready to throw Negan into the mix to shake things up! Either way, I think that Alpha’s past really revealed so much about her character. Samantha Morton is fantastic and I can’t wait to see what happens next!
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Happy Wednesday TV fans! After watching the CW’s The 100 season 6 episode 9, I learned that “the path to the future goes through the past,” but once you face it, are you able to truly earn a second chance? Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch the latest episode yet. In last night’s episode, “What You Take With You,” the trippy weirdness continues, as Octavia takes a spiritual journey to discover the truth about herself. Meanwhile, Josephine/Clarke and Bellamy try to find Gabriel and Kane is conflicted about his own second chance. My top 5 moments from The 100season 6 episode 9 are:
“You don’t want them to know the truth…”
Abby is beyond thrilled to have Marcus back in her life, but he is having a little bit of trouble adjusting to his new body and the actions that led to his return, which is to be expected. Abby tries to tell Marcus that this is a gift and begs him to accept it, reminding him that he is the man she fell in love with and that this doesn’t change that. Even though Marcus initially seems like he is trying to adjust, he recognizes that the Primes are lying to their people, as his host’s wife thinks that he is still living. Marcus tries to keep his moral compass intact, but this is not an easy call, as he also wants to be with Abby.
“I won’t let you die.”
Meanwhile, Josephine/Clarke and Bellamy continue on their own journey together, as Bellamy tries to track down Gabriel. Josephine asks Bellamy if they are going to be friends now, but it doesn’t look like Bellamy is falling for her act. However, we do discover that Clarke can hear them and Bellamy takes a moment to tell Clarke that he won’t let her die, which was a swoon-worthy Bellarke moment for sure. Josephine hilariously comments on how weird their relationship is, but their friendship has been through so much and I love every single moment we witness with them.
“Why can I see you?”
After the Children of Gabriel learn that Josephine is present within Clarke’s body, it’s off with her head…or almost, as Josephine reluctantly turns control over to Clarke so that she can escape. Clarke shows off her kick-ass fighting skills and clearly has not forgotten her time as Wanheda! Survival is important to Josephine, but Clarke begins to see Josephine right in front of her, reminding us that they are running out of time. Clarke radios over a message to Gabriel and tells him who she is and that she has Josephine within her mind, hoping to find a way out of this, but it looks like Clarke and Josephine are both in danger here.
“This is how we get our humanity back.”
Kane’s uncertainty continues and he wakes up some backup to help him figure this all out…Indra! It’s great to see Indra again, but she is shocked upon seeing Kane’s new body, but he quickly confirms that it is really him. Raven is on board to help as well, as Kane realizes what he must do. Abby is horrified to find out that Marcus plans on ending his life for good and speaks to him between the glass, desperately trying to get him to change his mind. Marcus loves Abby so much, but he understands what he needs to do now, ultimately floating himself, but not before we see him in his true form one last time.
Henry Ian Cusick has confirmed that he is leaving the show, but perhaps we will see him again in a flashback or a memory. “May we meet again.” He will absolutely be missed and I am still incredibly heartbroken over this, as I ship Abby and Marcus together so much! Kane’s fight may be over, but his memory will live on and I’m hoping his actions are enough to inspire Abby, so that she can find her own inner strength to stop the Primes before it’s too late.
“The anomaly gave me a second chance and now I need to earn it.”
The most interesting part of the episode for me involved Octavia and her spiritual journey into her past and the anomaly. Gabriel induces a kind of sleep or trance to find out what she saw in the anomaly, but Octavia seems to go on more of a journey of self discovery. We get to see Pike again, who sort of acts as Octavia’s guide on this journey, helping her tap into her past and her guilt. Pike asks Octavia what she truly wants and she first says, “Forgiveness,” but then comes to the realization that she is actually looking for redemption.
In a heartbreaking moment, we witness Octavia seeing Lincoln right before he dies, which still brings me to tears even now. Octavia faces off against the darkest part of herself, as Blodreina reminds her that “you are Wonkru or you are the enemy of Wonkru.” I never get tired of hearing that. After battling herself, Blodreina is no more, but Octavia Blake remains. Octavia is a fighter and she is about to prove herself to earn back her second chance.
Can she truly be redeemed? I’m not sure, but this is definitely a step in the right direction for her and it looks like things are going to get even more interesting when Josephine/Clarke shows up. The anomaly has shown Octavia the way, but we still don’t know where Diyoza is and Gabriel still seems to be infatuated with discovering the truth within it, so we definitely have a lot more to find out. Stay tuned!
I hope you enjoyed the list and feel free to post your own theories and thoughts on The 100 in the comments section below. Thanks for reading and happy viewing!
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Happy Wednesday TV Fans! For today, I have once again returned to one of my old favorites, Angel. After ranking my top episodes last week, I realized how many truly heartbreaking moments there are on this show. I mean, you sort of start to expect this from a Joss Whedon series, as many of our beloved characters do not get a chance at a happily ever after, but there is something so incredibly soul crushing about some of the moments on Angel in particular. It’s been quite some time since I have watched the series and while I knew certain moments were coming, I couldn’t stop the tears from falling. These moments are not just sad or tragic, they impact me in such a way that I end up thinking about my own life and my connection to others.
It’s interesting how a few familiar key words in these moments can truly impact us. Whether it’s the death of a favorite character or a moment of true compassion, these moments stand the test of time and continue to tug at my emotions. The heartbreak is so real and unavoidable and yet I still find myself hoping that the outcome will change, but it never does. While I love that Joss Whedon is not afraid to kill off main characters, I found myself needing to emotionally prepare for the moments that follow. Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch the full series yet. My top 5 heart-breaking moments from Angel are:
“This child – Angel, it’s the one good thing we ever did together…you make sure to tell him that.”
Lullaby (Season 3, Episode 9)
Darla has always been known as a ruthless and evil vampire. However, she is the one who turned Angel and he cannot always ignore his connection to her, especially when she is brought back from the dead. After Darla and Angel sleep together, we later find out that there is a major consequence. Angel’s soul is still intact, but Darla is pregnant with their child. As Darla progresses with her pregnancy, we learn that the baby is human with a soul. The baby’s goodness begins to truly impact Darla and she realizes what she must do. In a tragic moment, Darla tells Angel that this is the one good thing they ever did together, right before she stakes herself. Angel’s son, Connor, is born in the alley because of Darla’s sacrifice. Darla has redeemed herself in this moment and while she cannot erase all of her past sins, this act proves that it’s never too late to try and do the right thing for the ones you love.
Angel & Buffy’s day together is reset.
“No! Oh God. It’s not enough time.”
I Will Remember You (Season 1, Episode 8)
In the episode, “I Will Remember You,” we get a Buffy/Angel crossover, as Buffy comes to town to confront Angel after he stopped by in Sunnydale to save her without talking to her. Their argument is put on hold, as they are attacked and Angel is infected by a demon, which causes him to become human. Buffy and Angel finally get the opportunity to be with one another, but things are never that easy. Angel realizes that he cannot protect Buffy and the helpless as a human and asks for the Powers That Be to reset the day. As if this isn’t heartbreaking enough, Angel will remember the day with Buffy, but it will be stripped from her own memory, as if it never happened. Angel tells Buffy that they only have a minute left together and she begins crying, telling him that it’s not enough time, which always brings me to tears. This episode gives Bangel fans the chance to see a happily ever after for our beautiful couple, but everything is temporary. The fact that Angel carries this memory alone is truly tragic and my heart goes out to him here. If only…
“I’m not scared. I’m not scared. I’m not scared. Please, Wesley, why can’t I stay?”
A Hole in the World (Season 5, Episode 15)
In season 5, Joss really let fans cry their eyes out. Fred is one of my all time favorite characters and she always brings a goofy innocence to everything, which really helps balance out the team. She and Wesley have never really gotten the chance to explore their feelings for one another, but it seems like that is all about to change in season 5. Fred finally sees Wesley in a romantic way and wants to be with him, which had fans cheering everywhere. However, just as these two start off their relationship together, tragedy strikes when a mysterious package arrives at Wolfram & Hart and Fred is infected by it. Fred begins to deteriorate very quickly, as the team tries to find a way to save her. Only they do not have enough time or a real option, as Angel is not able to save Fred and sacrifice many lives as a result. Wesley stays by Fred’s side through it all and she tries to be so brave for him, which is incredibly heartbreaking. As soon as she utters the words, “Why can’t I stay?” I start sobbing. Fred’s reaction here is so pure and innocent and I still just desperately want her to be all right, but she’s gone and Wesley’s reaction is beyond tragic.
“Hello. Yes, I know. She’s… but that’s impossible. She’s standing right— I’m sorry. Yeah. When did she die? Did she, um… she never did wake up? I see.”
(hangs up, looks out to where Cordelia was standing moments earlier)
You’re Welcome (Season 5, Episode 12)
As many of you know, this is my favorite episode of the series, but it is so hard for me to watch it. We initially think that Cordelia has woken up from her coma and that she and Angel may finally get the opportunity to be together. However, we are not granted this wish, as we learn that Cordelia is here on a very temporary basis, as the Powers That Be “owed her one.” Cordelia sets Angel on the right path and kisses him one last time, but their moment is interrupted when she tells him that he has to get the phone. Angel is shocked to find out that Cordy never woke up from the coma, as he hopefully looks over to see her, but realizes that she is gone. Reality sets in here, as Angel is left alone, but he does thank her. Angel has been through so much and he still kept his hope alive that Cordy would wake up one day. While Angel can hold on to this fantasy, it doesn’t bring Cordy back, which is truly devastating.
Illyria pretends to be Fred to comfort Wesley.
“Would you like me to lie to you now?”
Not Fade Away (Season 5, Episode 22)
In the series finale, we have a lot going on, but this moment still stands the test of time for me. These nine words bring me to tears every single time. They are that powerful. Wesley is fatally wounded and only has a few moments left. Illyria has been showing signs of humanity, but she understands what she must do here to comfort him and simply asks Wesley if he would like her to lie to him now. Wesley agrees and Illyria appears to be Fred in front of him, staying with him until the very end so that he can die peacefully with the woman he loves by his side. Wesley’s death is sad enough, but this moment of compassion from Illyria affects my heart and soul. This moment is so incredibly real and touching, as Illyria finally understands what it means to feel grief and loss.
I hope you enjoyed the list and feel free to share some of your own heartbreaking moments from Angel in the comments section below. Thanks so much for reading and happy viewing!
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Happy Wednesday TV fans! After watching the USA network’s The Purge season 1 episode 4 last night, the voice over reminded us that “humans have been the most vicious animals all along. Man invented fire, man invented weapons, man invented purge.” The voice over further explained that “man wasn’t designed to be polite. Man was designed to survive.” While we know that our need to survive is always present, that doesn’t mean that we need to “release the beast.” There is always a balance for everything and we just have to remember that. However, this is sometimes easier said than done on Purge Night. Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch the latest episode yet. In last night’s episode, “Release the Beast,” Miguel continues to try and find Penelope, who has now been taken to the “Carnival of Flesh.” Meanwhile, we learn more about Jenna, Lila, and Rick’s past together and Jane tries to cancel her order, but runs into some trouble along the way. My top 5 moments from The Purgeseason 1 episode 4 are:
“I changed my mind.”
After Alison brutally murders her co-worker, Mark, Jane is beyond upset. Even Alison panics and says that she feels worse than before and worries that Jane is going to tell her parents. Priorities right? After witnessing this, Jane has second thoughts about what she has put into motion and tries to call it off. She realizes that David doesn’t deserve this fate and makes a call to cancel her order. Jane only gets a voicemail and realizes that she will need to go outside to find David and save him before it’s too late. She also makes a call and tries to get a message to her mother, stressing that she forgives her. But what does she forgive her for? Jane grabs a hammer and heads outside, but is attacked and drugged on the way. Luckily for Jane, she is rescued by the “Matron Saints.” They are a group of women who teach other women about self defense, safety on Purge Night, and rescue women on the actual night. They explain that they just want to level the playing field, as many women are sexually assaulted and attacked on Purge Night. Jane still has to make it to David, but it looks like she will be along for the ride for at least a little while longer. Will she be able to stop her Purge order before it’s too late?
“Man was designed to survive.”
For the past few episodes, we have heard the voice over of an unidentified man who also wears a mask and eliminates threats on Purge Night. At the end of this episode, he finally takes his mask off and we meet a new player who is upset to find more victims of the Purge. While we don’t know much about him or whether he is really a friend or foe, he seems to be some kind of Purge Vigilante. Either way, the mask has been removed and hopefully we will get some more information on him next week.
“It’s like the McDonald’s of Purge. Super Sizing killing…”
During the episode, we learn that Penelope has been taken to the “Carnival of Flesh,” which is “a celebration of killing through the ages.” Seriously The Purge is corrupting everything I enjoy. First fun houses and now carnivals. What’s next? The carnival is filled with paying customers who are ready to sport their new “Urge to Purge” tee shirts and experience “purging” like their ancestors. There is a section for “witch trials” and the “fall of Saigon,” giving customers a plethora of options. Penelope gets a wake-up call and is shocked by the behavior of these people. She tries to help an old man who is pushed to the ground and mistakes her for his granddaughter. Penelope tries to stay strong when she is taken on stage to be auctioned off as a “martyr” of sorts, but it’s clear that she is getting a whole new perspective on what humanity is capable of. Penelope is auctioned off for two thousand dollars and we quickly learn that Henry from her past is responsible for the winning bid. Penelope is terrified to see him and we know that they had some kind of past relationship that did not end well. While we still have a lot to find about him, Henry is clearly twisted and disturbed. He seems to have some kind of obsession with Penelope and I am definitely worried about her safety. Come on Miguel! Your sister needs you.
“It’s above your pay grade kid.”
Miguel looks for the help of Pete the Cop once again and asks him about “The Nuns” who took his sister. Pete is hesitant to help him at first, but further explains that helping Miguel prevents him from becoming completely numb on Purge Night. He refers Miguel to a man in a cowboy hat who can take him where he needs to go. The man in the cowboy hat initially seems to be a good guy, but everyone has some kind of darkness inside them. On the way to the Carnival, the man gives Miguel some life lessons. Life lesson number one: “When someone is helping, you don’t interrupt.” Life lesson number two: “Stop living in the past.” Life lesson number three: “Living your dream don’t come cheap.” The man in the cowboy hat perhaps missed his calling as a life coach, but Miguel soon learns that he is a “collector.” He is transporting a victim to the Carnival when he gives Miguel a ride. Miguel tries to do what is right all the time, but will he sit by and let this happen so that he can get to his sister in time? We’re about to see if Miguel’s moral compass can be truly corrupted.
“You’re the only reason I’m here.”
In this episode, we finally get a more detailed flashback to Jenna, Lila, and Rick’s past. We learn that Jenna and Rick’s encounter with Lila was not a one time thing and they both made an agreement to only be with her together, otherwise it would be considered cheating. Seems reasonable enough. Only Jenna begins to fall for Lila and continues an affair with her. Rick walks in on them and is beyond devastated. He asks Jenna how he can trust her now and Jenna promises never to see Lila again. Flash forward to the present and we see that Jenna is definitely having second thoughts about this promise now that Lila has returned. We also get to learn a little bit more about Lila who explains that “I’ve been closing my eyes and covering my ears at these things since before I can remember.” Lila has been rebelling against her family by trying to help others. She also recognizes that Jenna and her are not like everyone else and are the exceptions. Lila does plant a seed; however, and tells Jenna that she fears that Rick may be more interested in the money. She even tells Jenna that she would be willing to raise the baby with her and asks Jenna to really think this over. Jenna is definitely at a literal crossroads when an announcement is made about the festivities beginning. She looks over at Lila walking up the staircase and Rick who is motioning her over to him. Before Jenna can make a decision, the maid approaches her and tells her that she has to get out of the house now. While we can only imagine what will take place next on Purge Night, it makes me wonder why Jenna is singled out here. Either way, Jenna has a lot on her plate and has a big decision to make. I am definitely on Team Lila for sure, but something tells me that Rick will not give up so easily. Stay tuned!
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Happy Thursday TV fans! After watching the CW’s The 100 season 5 episode 11, I learned that things aren’t always how they seem. You may think you know why someone does what they do, but until all of the pieces of the puzzle come together, it’s impossible for you to put yourself in their shoes. Would you do any differently? Would you understand what is at stake for survival? Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch the latest episode yet. In Tuesday night’s episode, “The Dark Year,” Clarke desperately tries to save her mother’s life and learns the truth about what Wonkru had to endure. Meanwhile, Shaw tries to protect Raven, Marcus discusses next steps with Diyoza, and Madi lectures Clarke on what it means to be a hero. My top 5 moments from The 100 season 5 episode 11 are:
“I’ll give you 24 hours to get her operating again.”
After Clarke saves Abby’s life, she is horrified to learn that she is addicted to pills and recognizes that if she takes anymore, she could die. McCreary discovers Clarke and Madi and tells her that she needs to have her mother up and running again or “you both get to watch your daughters die.” Clarke understands that it’s not just her life being threatened and takes the necessary steps to help her mother, but Madi reminds her that she is fighting on the wrong side of the war. Clarke forms an unpopular alliance with McCreary, recognizing that they both want the same thing. She tries to explain this to Madi, but Madi reminds her about what it means to lead and fight with honor.
“I’m not fighting foryou.”
Octavia begins to march Wonkru off to war and Bellamy reminds her that she is “marching us into a massacre” and killing her own people. He talks about the importance of winning the war the right way and making a deal with Diyoza so that they can all share the valley peacefully. Octavia listens to what Bellamy has to say, but it’s clear that she is only focused on one outcome…winning. She thanks Bellamy for fighting for her and he harshly reminds her, “I’m not fighting for you. I’m fighting to get back to my family.” Octavia has always been Bellamy’s family and these words clearly impact her, but she keeps going, realizing that there is no turning back now.
“I’m not mad at you for saving my life. I’m mad at you for making me care about yours.”
Shaw refuses to stay behind and is willing to help Raven and her friends no matter what. Raven reminds him that if he is captured, he can endanger everyone, but Shaw is willing to take that chance to protect her. Shaw shows up with perfect timing to help save the day and everyone is grateful except for Raven. When he later confronts her about it, he tells her, “Maybe you should forgive me for saving your life.” In an impulsive and passionate moment, Raven says, “I’m not mad at you for saving my life. I’m mad at you for making me care about yours,” and the two share the kiss we have all been waiting for. The tension between these two has finally been explored and I’m looking forward to see what’s next for them. However, I still see romantic sparks between Raven and Murphy, but with Emori still in the picture, I’m not sure that we can expect to see anything happen here just yet.
“I won’t let the devil in this garden.”
When Marcus speaks to Diyoza about how this war will end, they both realize that a peaceful resolution seems out of the question now. McCreary and Octavia are both dangerous leaders, but Marcus tries to figure out which option is potentially better when he asks, “How do you choose between a monster and the devil?” Later in the episode, Marcus agrees to help McCreary, reminding everyone that he doesn’t want to let Octavia in this garden, revealing that he thinks that she is the greater threat. Marcus has spent years with Octavia and witnessed what her leadership has done to humanity. He is not about to just stand by and watch this again, hoping that he will have better luck with McCreary. Is he making the right choice or is there another way out of this?
“She bore it so that they didn’t have to…just like you.”
In this episode, we finally get a glimpse into “The Dark Year” and truly learn and understand what Wonkru had to go through to survive. While the fighting pits seemed brutal and violent, I never realized their true purpose until Tuesday night’s episode and I have to admit that my stomach is still turning. Abby’s addiction clearly escalated because of her role in all of this, as she reveals to Clarke what they had to do to survive. “All of me for all of us,” took on a new meaning, as we learned that Wonkru was eating the meat of the people who lost in the arena. While some recognized that this was necessary to survive, others refused to resort to cannibalism and took a stand, including Marcus. Even Octavia felt that she could not force her people to do this, but Abby explained to her that it was the only real way to survive and told Octavia that she needed to take away their choice. In a horrific and heartbreaking moment, Octavia points a gun at a man who refused to eat because his brother died in the arena. She shoots and kills him to make her point and continues to do so, telling everyone that they must eat or die. After enough people died, Marcus stood up and said he would eat, swaying everyone else. After hearing Abby’s part in this and what Octavia had to convince her people to do in order to survive, Clarke is horrified, but Madi reminds her that Octavia did what Clarke did at Mount Weather. Even though Clarke says she never was a hero, Madi tells her that she is ashamed of her, searching for the Clarke who risked everything over and over again to protect her people. Will Clarke be able to find the hero within? Will Abby ever be able to truly redeem herself? Will Octavia ever be able to live with herself after all she has taken on to protect her people? Stay tuned!
I hope you enjoyed the list and feel free to post your own theories and thoughts on The 100 in the comments section below. Thanks for reading and happy viewing!
Amy Koto, TV Fanatic Girl
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Greetings TV Fans! With all of the excitement centered on the release of the trailer for the upcoming Halloween film, I started to really think about some of my favorite horror films of all time and then I realized that there are quite a few TV shows that fit the bill as well. Whether you enjoy campy horror,slasher suspense, or zombies galore, horror TV shows have been around for quite a while and still stand the test of time. For today, I am going to be ranking my absolute favorite horror TV shows. Please note that for this list I have decided not to include TV shows that overlap in fantasy, supernatural, and sci-fi. For example, shows like Supernatural, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Charmed, and True Blood will not be included because I think they have so many other layers with elements of horror. That being said, if you have read my blog before, you know that I am a huge fan of these shows, but I wanted the chance to let some other horror TV shows take the spotlight. Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch any of the series below yet. My top 5 horror TV shows are:
I recently got the chance to binge-watch the first two seasons of Slasher on Netflix and I have to say that the show pulled me in right away. If you are a fan of slasher films like Scream, this is the show for you. The first season centers around the character, Sarah who finds herself caught in the middle of a series of murders that are very similar to the murder of her own parents. The opening episode is beyond terrifying featuring the killer, The Executioner, who will give you nightmares for sure. The second season follows a completely different story-line and has more of an Agatha Christie type feel, as we learn about a group of friends who were responsible for killing a girl many years ago and try to put together the missing pieces when they later return. Each season brings different elements to the table, but has a healthy dose of gore,mystery, and twists that are not that easy to guess, which is refreshing.
I am a huge fan of campy horror and I thoroughly enjoy films like Shaun of the Dead, Tucker and Dale vs. Evil, The Evil Dead franchise, and TheCabin in the Woods. I think there is something to be said about the perfect blend of horror and comedy that is just pure genius. Even though Scream Queens only lasted two seasons, this show had me laughing out loud and screaming whenever the Red Devil made an appearance. The show follows a sorority who is targeted by the killer, but I have to say that Niecy Nash playing the security guard, Denise is the absolute best part of the show. While you may think you have seen a million movies like this before, Scream Queens really delivers and I was beyond disappointed when the show was cancelled.
Have you ever wondered what turned Norman Bates into the infamous killer in Psycho?Bates Motel gave us the chance to really dive into the dark and creepy world of Norman Bates. The show is a prequel and we get a glimpse into Norman’s life as a teenager. The acting on this show is outstanding and the characters really draw you in, as you almost feel sympathy for Norman as you see the events that lead to his breakdown. The show has an eerie and mysterious feel, drawing the viewer in seamlessly. While we don’t see as much blood and gore in this particular show, Norman’s actions are bone-chilling and beyond creepy, which scare us in an entirely different way. When Norman dresses up as his mother, it’s scary how he is able to emulate her mannerisms and words to perfection. While the show answers many questions from Psycho, it also does a great job of paving its own identity, causing you to be on the edge of your seat at all times, never knowing what to truly expect from the Bates family.
Ash vs Evil Dead
Ash vs Evil Dead is another show that is the epitome of campy horror. Bruce Campbell is a genius and I have been a fan of the Evil Dead franchise for a long time. The show gave fans the chance to fall in love with Ash Williams, or “Ashy Slashy,”all over again, accepting that the only person who can stand in the way of evil is not afraid to deliver a well thought out pun just before destroying a deadite in grotesque and creative ways. The show also allows fans to get to know the Ghost Beaters, Kelly and Pablo, who team up with Ash against the she-devil, Ruby, played by the absolutely fabulous Lucy Lawless. The show recently aired its series finale, but provided fans with three seasons of fun, gore, comedy, and great music. You are seriously missing out if you do not check this show out. “Groovy.”
Some honorable mentions before revealing my number one pick are:
Are You Afraid of the Dark?
The Twilight Zone
The Walking Dead franchise
American Horror Story
It should be no surprise that my favorite horror TV show is FX’s American Horror Story. The show is created by Ryan Murphy and does an amazing job of covering every element of horror. Each season features a different premise with a new type of evil never lurking too far away. While each season is unique in its own way, my absolute favorites are Coven,Hotel, and Murder House. The show is not afraid to test boundaries and will have you on the edge of your seat the entire time. There have been some moments on the show that have been so frightening that I was not able to sleep without seeing Twisty the Clown appear in my nightmares. The show does a great job of bringing one’s fears to the surface, but it also really looks into the darkness that exists within society as well, which really elevates the show. The most recent season focused on a cult, proving that humanity can be just as capable of performing evil as spirits and vampires. I was also very intrigued by the comparison of each season to a circle of hell from Dante’s Inferno. Dante’s journey through each circle exposes him to different types of sin and evil that exist in the world and within society, which adds even more complexity to American Horror Story. I am beyond excited to see what the next season brings and what sins it will explore next.
I hope you enjoyed the list and feel free to share some of your own thoughts and comments on your favorite horror TV shows.
Amy Koto, TV Fanatic Girl
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Happy Monday TV fans! After watching AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead season 4 episode 5, I learned that repeating the same routine over and over can slowly kill you. You may not realize it right away, but it will eat away at you, stirring the loneliness within. We all need purpose and meaning in our lives and that’s exactly what John Dorie gets when he finds his “Laura” wash up on shore. Quiet nights of playing Scrabble and watching old movies transform into real and true moments, building a relationship and a love for someone else that make the loneliness fade away. But what happens when that person leaves? Will that feeling ever return or will we spend our lives trying to hold on to it while we close ourselves off to the rest of the world? Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch the latest episode yet. In last night’s episode, “Laura,” John Dorie opens up to Morgan and we get a much needed glimpse into his past with Naomi, otherwise known as “Laura.” The episode has a calming quiet about it, as we invest ourselves into John’s life and truly empathize with him after Laura leaves, giving us a better understanding of this new character. My top 5 moments from Fear the Walking Dead season 4 episode 5 are:
Rinse and Repeat.
In the beginning of the episode, we get a glimpse into John Dorie’s past and spend each lonely day with him. Every morning he wakes up to his singing fish alarm clock and sighs in bed, anticipating that there will not be much different from the day before. He makes himself some breakfast and sits out on his porch, taking in the view of the river and the beautiful landscape surrounding his home. Every now and then a walker washes up on shore and John eliminates the threat, as if he were handling a common pest problem. The day leads up to a solitary game of Scrabble and a re-watch of an old movie with some popcorn. While John is clearly living the simple life, the monotony and repetition doesn’t leave much to look forward to. Everything changes, however; when John finds a woman who washes up on shore. We immediately see that it is Naomi and she is badly injured. John doesn’t hesitate to bring her into his home and to save her life, letting down his guard in the process.
“You look like a Laura.”
After John helps Laura with her wound, he can tell that she is hesitant about revealing too much to a stranger. He is the perfect gentlemen and offers to sleep on the couch and decides to call her “Laura” until she is comfortable with telling him her real name. He strikes up a conversation about soup and admits to her that “it’s been a while since I had company.” It’s clear from the moment that John meets Laura that there is a spark between these two. John tends to wear his heart on his sleeve while Laura has her guard up. She initially goes through John’s place and tries to take off in his car, but he calmly tells her that all she needs to do is ask, revealing his good nature and open heart. Laura is still on edge with John, but seems to be warming up to him, slowly letting her guard down now as well.
John teaches Laura how to fish.
After going on a run to the local store, Laura asks John to teach her how to fish, recognizing the importance of knowing how to utilize the resources of the river. The two go out every day and are getting closer and closer. John reveals to Laura that “Tuesday is movie night” and she even starts to watch some films with him and play Scrabble, keeping him company and making the days that much more fulfilling. Laura agrees to help John push a car in front of the opening to the river to help keep the walkers away from his property, but is shocked when John refuses to pull a gun on the walker that gets into the car. It’s clear that John is haunted by something in his past, but is not ready to deal with it just yet.
“Doesn’t matter how many people tell you it’s not your fault. It only matters if you believe it.”
Laura reveals to John that she lost a child and bursts into tears. John gives her space but it is the first real time we see Laura truly opening up to John. She is not the only one who needs to get something off her chest, however; as John tells her the story about him being a cop and firing his gun at a robber accidentally. He tells her that it was an “intentional mistake” and was horrified when people referred to him as a hero. In this moment, it’s clear how much these two truly need each other. They have both been carrying around this guilt, unable to shake it. While Laura runs away from her guilt at every chance she gets, John stays hidden away from people. In this moment, they stop running and they stop hiding, as their worlds collide and they take some comfort in knowing that they can share their pain with the other. While John is ready to stop hiding, it seems that Laura has not been able to completely face her demons just yet.
“You may not think you’re a hero but I do.”
Although this episode is filled with an unnatural quiet, the walkers finally get through the car and make their way to John’s home. Laura and John are surrounded, as they desperately try to hold off the walkers. When Laura falls into a ditch, John has no other choice and fires off both of his guns, showing off some impressive shooting. He saves Laura and he tells her that he loves her. He gives her the other gun because he wants her to be safe and because he is afraid of what will happen if he keeps it. When John reveals his love he explains that he didn’t want her to know because he knows deep down that she is just going to leave. In a heartbreaking moment, John tells her “you’re alive. This whole world feels alive,” revealing the hope that Laura has given him. Laura does end up leaving, but leaves behind a message with Scrabble letters: I love you too. I’m sorry. While Laura clearly does love John, she is still running from her past and is unable to slow down for even a moment. After this scene, we come back to present day where John is sitting with Morgan. He breaks down and wonders what would have happened if he didn’t tell her he loved her right away and that perhaps she would still be alive. Morgan consoles him and says “waiting…that’s how you lose people.” He reminds John that they are part of the world and that they have a real chance to make a difference with Alicia, Victor, and Luciana. Like John, Morgan has been running away from his own inner demons, but now consciously makes the decision to stand by someone and to do something. Real connections are what keep us going and even though Laura may be gone, the love John has for her is something transcendent. Laura reminded John what it was like to truly be alive again and by sharing this story with Morgan, he does the same thing for him. We may not seek out connections with other people, but sometimes they show up unexpectedly at our doorstep and it’s up to us to decide what happens next. Stay tuned!
I hope you enjoyed the list and feel free to post your own theories and thoughts on Fear the Walking Dead in the comments section below. Happy viewing!
After watching ABC’s Once Upon a Time season 7 episode 20 last night, Henry’s words really described what this series is all about. “That’s the thing about stories. They’re more than words. They live inside of us. They make us who we are. And as long as someone believes that…there will be magic.” When you think about Once Upon a Time as it draws close to the series finale next week, you immediately think about believing in the impossible. The fairy tales we grew up with sparked our own imagination and creativity, shaping who we have become even if we don’t always see it. Words can be more powerful than we realize, allowing our feelings and stories to come alive across the page. Even when this series ends, the stories will live on, reminding us of the importance of taking a leap of faith when the world seems to be quite mad. It provides us with an escape that can inspire hope, love, and adventure. Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch yet. In last night’s episode, “Is This Henry Mills?” Regina desperately tries to get Henry to believe again but is running out of ideas. Meanwhile, Rogers/Nook and Rumple recruit Margot to help save Tilly before it is too late and the ultimate villain is revealed. My top 5 moments from Once Upon a Time season 7 episode 20 are:
“Because I can be very convincing.”
While helping Jacinda and Lucy pack for their trip with Henry, Sabine/Tiana is worried about Drew. After Lucy reveals that the back-pack is from Drew, she finds a tarot card hidden inside. Lucy immediately knows that this means that Samdi/Dr. Facilier will have an idea about what’s going on. Jacinda and Sabine/Tiana go to confront Dr. Facilier who has nothing to hide at this point, recognizing that magic is about to resurface again. He opens the closet door and reveals Drew gagged and tied up and suggests that the ladies join him. While we know that Dr. Facilier’s ultimate goal is to obtain the Dark One’s dagger, what does he have to gain by holding these characters captive? Is it merely to prevent them from getting in the way or did he have something else in store for them? It looks like we may never find out, as Dr. Facilier’s own fate is about to take a cruel twist. I wonder if he saw that coming in the cards.
“I’ve got nothing left to lose so let’s do this.”
Even though Regina is having trouble getting Henry to believe again, she refuses to give up. She turns down Gothel’s offer to join her coven and chooses the side of humanity, proving once again that the Evil Queen has shed its wickedness and has embraced what it truly means to be a hero. Even though Regina does not have magic in this world, she is not about to let Gothel win. She stands up to her and faces her, but is wounded after Gothel attacks her. While Regina may not be the hero to take down Gothel, her will to stand against her is commendable.
“I’m not like you. You chose hate. But I choose love.”
After Tilly courageously joined Gothel’s coven to protect her father’s life, she is now under some type of trance, trapped by the magic she is channeling. Rogers/Nook tells her that he will come back for her and save her and is ready to finally take a leap of faith. Rumple reveals to him that it’s all real and Rogers/Nook is finally ready to accept this and listen. When he asks who he is from the other realm, Rumple says, “All you need to know right now is that you’re a survivor…Captain.” Rogers and Rumple seek out the help of Margot, desperately hoping that she can get through to Tilly before it is too late. We learn that after each witch sacrifices all of their power to the spell, they turn into a tree in the eternal grove and it’s only a matter of time before Tilly starts growing roots of her own. Margot tries to talk Tilly out of this, recognizing that perhaps she is just having a really bad day and “maybe we can turn it into a good one.” Tilly refuses, however; and flings her in the air, shrinking her enemies into almost non-existence, as she remains trapped by the magic consuming her. When the curse is ultimately broken, Margot and Tilly remember themselves as Robin and Alice…or “Tower Girl.” When the words, “I told you we’d always know each other” are spoken, you can’t help feeling an overwhelming sense of warmth and love for these two characters. Their love for one another is so pure and good, proving that real love can truly conquer all. This reunion is put on hold, however; as Gothel still remains to be a threat. Gothel tries to tell Alice that she is like her and will not be able to defeat her, but Alice has her father and Robin by her side. She chooses love and turns Gothel into a tree, hoping that she can grow into something beautiful again and ultimately find peace. The curse is broken and Alice can finally be reunited with her father again and with her true love, Robin. Well deserved!
“Don’t you want to believe?”
During the episode, we flash to another timeline where young Henry Mills is approaching graduation and deciding on whether or not he should leave Storybrooke or stay behind with his mother, Regina. Regina has some doubts about Henry leaving, but she puts her feelings aside because all she really wants is for him to be happy. Grown up Henry is still having trouble believing, even after he witnesses all of the magic around him. Regina tries a memory potion and even digs up the “Once Upon a Time” second book from Victoria’s grave, desperately trying to help him remember who he is and what he believes in. Nothing happens after all of these attempts and it seems like Henry’s belief may really be gone forever, as he is unable to deal with the grief of losing the family he thought he had. However, Henry is failing to realize that his family has been right in front of him this whole time. Regina tries to tell him that the curse is not just a land without magic, but that they were brought to a different time, bringing time travel into the mix, and bringing me back to Lostonce again. Henry looks at the adoption papers Regina left with him and decides to take a very own leap of faith of his own by calling the phone number listed. Lost fans everywhere will remember the memorable moment in the episode, “The Constant,” where Desmond makes a phone call to Penny that saves his life and helps him remember who he is. The connection he had to his love, Penny was enough to bring him back. In Once Upon a Time, Henry is about to experience something very similar. When he calls, he speaks to his younger self and provides him with some really great advice. The conversation causes his memories to come flashing back to him, as he finally remembers who he is. After Gothel attacks Regina, Henry rushes to her side and kisses her forehead, breaking the curse for good in a beautiful moment. It was true love’s kiss after all, but for the mother who sacrificed everything for him. Magic is back and so are the memories that had been hidden away for so long. Young Henry gets it absolutely right when he says that “Storybrooke will always be with me.” Not just with you Henry, but with all of us and it’s hard not to shed some tears as we approach the very end. However, even though it seems like our happy ending has finally arrived, there is one more twist left.
“Did you really think a wish realm could hold me?”
After the curse is broken, Rumple realizes that the dagger is gone and immediately jumps to the conclusion yet again that Dr. Facilier is responsible. Rumple is finally starting to realize that he may not be able to get back to Belle and he wants to focus his energy on the family he has here. He even hesitates and doesn’t kill Dr. Facilier when he has the chance and Dr. Facilier mocks him by telling him, “You’re a shadow of your former self.” Who said that words could never hurt you? Dr. Facilier is stabbed with the dagger and the Dark One is responsible. Rumple will literally need to face himself and destroy the evil of the Dark One once and for all, but is he powerful enough to do so? We know that some of our favorite characters will be returning for the series finale next week. I am beyond excited and can’t wait to see how the story finally ends. Stay tuned!
I hope you enjoyed the list and feel free to post your own thoughts and theories on Once Upon a Time in the comments section below. Thanks for reading and happy viewing!
Amy Koto, TV Fanatic Girl
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Happy Wednesday TV fans! I have to admit that Sunday television has got me playing catch-up, as some of my favorite shows happen to all air at once. After watching AMC’s The Walking Dead season finale, I had some mixed feelings, but there was a lot to wrap my head around. I finally got the chance to watch the season 4 premiere of AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead last night, however; and I have to say that the crossover event was a success to me. Although it had almost an eerie sense of quiet compared to the deafening chaos in The Walking Dead, it was something that truly resonated with me, as I found myself lost within the story and truly sympathizing with Morgan Jones.Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch the latest episode yet. In last night’s episode, “What’s Your Story?” many of our fan-favorites from The Walking Dead show up and try to get Morgan to change his mind about leaving. However, Morgan feels that he needs to be alone and heads out on his own. This is short-lived however; when he crosses paths with a man in a cowboy hat named John Dorie and a female journalist named Al. My top 5 moments from Fear the Walking Dead season 4 episode 1 are:
“You can hide but you can’t run.”
When the season premiere begins, we focus in on Morgan who is still in the junkyard, closed off from society. This is interrupted over and over, however; when Jesus, Carol, and Rick all show up, desperately trying to get Morgan to change his mind about leaving. Morgan sticks to his decision and explains that he needs to be alone. Morgan has been struggling with inner-demons and is searching for a way to overcome this. He knows that he is a danger to those around him if he stays, but will he lose himself completely if he goes off on his own? His friends remind him that he cares about people and should be with them, but Morgan remains strong with his decision and steps out onto an open road, leaving his past behind him. We know that Rick’s words, “you can hide but you can’t run,” will catch up to him all too quickly, but Morgan continues on his journey all the same.
Meet John Dorie.
That’s Dory like the fish, but spelled with an “ie.” This new character is not from the comic series and is played by Deadwood star, Garret Dillahunt. The stranger in a cowboy hat proves to be quite the “gunslinger,” but seems to have a good heart and a strong sense of doing what’s right. He offers Morgan shelter and when Morgan takes off and gets into trouble, John Dorie is not far behind, proving that he can be a worthy ally. John Dorie shares his own story that he is searching for his wife who has his matching gun, which is heart-breaking and commendable at the same time. He refuses to give up hope and he seems to remind Morgan that human connections are all they have to cling to in this harsh reality filled with death and decay. The “karate man” and “gunslinger” prove to be quite the team, but will Morgan be able to truly open up after all he has been through?
Shortly after the introduction of new character, John Dorie, we also meet Al who is a journalist played by the beautiful and talented, Maggie Grace. As a huge fan of Lost, I was more than pleased to see Maggie Grace step into a new and different role. Her hair is cut boy-short and she packs quite the punch with her van filled with handy weapons, but what sparked my interest the most is that she is out to discover everyone’s story. Morgan gently reminds her that there are no more news stations around and why does it matter, but Al’s need to continue the story anyway proves that she hasn’t given up hope either. She keeps her camera with her and documents everything she can, looking for something real to connect to.
“Tell me one real thing.”
After Morgan, John, and Al survive the attack from the armed men and walkers, Morgan is finally ready to open up, even if it is for just a moment. Al records him and asks him to tell her one real thing and explain why he left Virginia. Morgan explains, “I lose people and then I lose myself,” which touched my heart instantly. It’s hard not to feel sympathetic toward Morgan and understand his need to run away. Even though he was part of many settlements before, he still chooses to be on his own, desperately trying to hold on to his humanity. Perhaps being around people again will remind Morgan that he has the chance to truly do something great and make a difference.
“So what the hell’s your story?”
At the end of the episode, the three characters come across a woman who is sobbing in the middle of the road. They cautiously approach the woman, not knowing what to expect, but offer to help her. The woman is revealed to be Alicia who turns a gun on them and Nick, Luciana, and Victor appear as well to surround them. The crossover has officially well…crossed over and these characters are now all connected whether they want to be or not. While we are unclear on how Alicia, Nick, Luciana, and Victor all ended up together, since it seemed like everyone was separated at the end of last season, we have plenty of episodes to find out what they are up to and how they got here. Stay tuned!
I hope you enjoyed the list and feel free to post your own theories and comments on Fear the Walking Deadbelow. Thanks for reading and happy viewing!
Amy Koto, TV Fanatic Girl
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