After last year’s reboot of The Evil Dead, fans have been clamoring for a return to form – a film featuring the mix of comedy and horror that made the Evil Dead series so famous. And we might just be getting it, but on television instead. Ash vs Evil Dead is coming to Starz in the fall, starring Bruce Campbell – and that’s about all we know about it, other than it’ll film in New Zealand. The first official teaser is below the jump, along with a series synopsis from IMDB. Continue reading
Just last week, during all of the exciting news (new seasons of all of our favorite shows!) and some of the disappointing news (no more Constantine!), you may have missed the end of an era. After a trajillion seasons, American Idol has finally been put out to pasture. And while many sites are out there putting out retrospectives of all the good memories and favorite moments, I’m going to use this editorial to say it’s about god damn time. Continue reading
This week’s episode picks up right where last week’s left us hanging – in the elevator. There were a lot of feelz in this one, and I gotta say – I hate just being left hanging when I know something isn’t as simple as it seems. There was a lot more work done on the relationship between Liv and Lowell, and I was just starting to feel like maybe it had a chance – and then BAM. Maybe not.
The whole vibe for the episode this week was depressing, but in a good way. That touched me. I mean, the usual energy between her and Clive was there. It was a little weird between Liv and Ravi, but it was downright sad between her and Lowell. Major makes a mistake that nearly costs him his life, and still might – but he’s closer to the truth than he realizes. The problem is, I don’t think he can handle the truth! Meanwhile, Ravi is so far not a zombie after being bitten by the zombie rat – yet.
There wasn’t a whole lot of focus put on the actual crime this week – a dead soldier, and a murderous computer geek. There was a lot of focus on Liv’s new sniper skills. Passengers on the good ship Livwell are probably wondering what now, especially since something rather permanent seems to have happened with a fan favorite. But I’ve learned that things aren’t always what they seem with this show, so I’m holding out for the hero to come riding back in on his steed later on – perhaps in season two.
Is Lowell gone for good? Will he rise again from the dead? Hit the jump for the recap, and tell us what you think in the comments!