Reviews of movies and TV focused on women

Tag: The Walking Dead

  • Review: The Rain

    Review: The Rain

    The Rain is an 8 part Danish sci-fi thriller about a rain-borne virus that wiped out much of the population of Scandinavia, and perhaps the entire world. I’m not aware of a 2nd season, but the ending left the idea open.

  • Absolutely Everything About Nina Sosanya Isn’t Very Much – Updated

    Absolutely Everything About Nina Sosanya Isn’t Very Much – Updated

    Many people want to know more about Nina Sosanya. It’s hard to learn much about her. Nina Sosanya is either elusive or not interested in fame. Whatever her reasons for being shy about seeking the spotlight, information on her is hard to find. 

  • Orange is the New Black: Musings and Observations

    Orange is the New Black: Musings and Observations

    Season 4 of Orange is the New Black is on everyone’s mind now. I’ve barely had time to watch it all. This post collects some random observations and stray musings on season 4. It is not meant to be a review of the season, but there are some spoilers. 

  • Not Watching: Empire, Gotham, Fear The Walking Dead, Shadowhunters, Stitchers

    Not Watching: Empire, Gotham, Fear The Walking Dead, Shadowhunters, Stitchers

    There are some shows I started, then stopped watching. I originally found them interesting, but I they lost me somewhere along the way. I try to explain why.

  • Sick and Tired of all the Violence

    Sick and Tired of all the Violence

    Maybe it’s just this election cycle, with the leading Republican earning supporters by promoting hate, but  I am sick and tired of television plots about nothing but killing. This week’s episodes of The Walking Dead and Quantico are good examples and feature characters who may be getting sick and tired of it all, too.

  • My Life Coach Plan for Alyson Hannigan and Casting Directors Everywhere

    My Life Coach Plan for Alyson Hannigan and Casting Directors Everywhere

    Alyson Hannigan tends to take parts in shows that turn out to be wildly popular and last for years. For that reason we usually see her as a sweetheart of a character for long stretches of time. The result is that when we think of Alyson Hannigan we think of the nerdy and loyal best […]

  • 33 Experts and Me Share Notable Female Characters

    33 Experts and Me Share Notable Female Characters

    I read a wonderful article called 33 Experts Share Their Notable Female Characters Of Recent Years at Bang2Write. Bang2Write asked screenwriters, directors, literary agents and other industry pros to talk about the female characters they thought were most important in recent years. The names they mentioned were absolute favorites of mine: Carrie from Homeland, Kalinda […]

  • Brain Dump: The Good Wife, Madam Secretary, How to Get Away with Murder, The Walking Dead

    Brain Dump: The Good Wife, Madam Secretary, How to Get Away with Murder, The Walking Dead

    It’s time for another brain dump. These are quick hits on this and that. The Good Wife Linda Lavin has been on The Good Wife lately. Her character is part of the plot line to put Cary Agos (Matt Czuchry) in jail. Lavin created a most particular character. She uses exacting quirks to make her […]

  • Brain Dump from a Teeming TV Filled Mind

    Brain Dump from a Teeming TV Filled Mind

    Random thoughts and observations on this and that as seen on my teevee. The Walking Dead Did you see the episode of The Walking Dead called “The Grove?” Brighton Sharbino and Kyla Kenedy as the two young girls were fantastic. Brighton, in particular, was 100% convincing. Very impressed to see such outstanding acting from two […]

  • Recap: Lost Girl S4, E5 Let the Dark Times Roll

    Recap: Lost Girl S4, E5 Let the Dark Times Roll

    We begin this episode of Lost Girl back in the conversation in which The Keeper (Christine Horne) tells Bo (Anna Silk) her blood has spoken and she’s dark. Bo calls bullshit on The Keeper, but, alas, the gargoyle read her blood when he took that chunk out of her arm. Bo wants to know how […]