It’s finally here. In “Favorite Son,” Lucifer has his first case as an official consultant for the police. Little did he know this case would become more personal than he anticipated. He seemed very bored by the case until realizing that the missing shipping container was his own. He tries
Lucifer is completely out of sorts this week in “Manly Whatnots.” This week, he can finally use his connections for good. Chloe can’t seem to get away from Lucifer, and this episode she gets out of the shower to find Lucifer cooking breakfast in her kitchen. She’s extremely annoyed that
Lucifer is starting to find meaning to his existence among the humans in “Lucifer, Stay. Good Devil.” If you watched the Pilot, you may already be succumbing to Tom Ellis’s charms as Lucifer. He’s witty and funny and still full of darkness. This week, he helps an injured Chloe catch
The Devil takes a vacation in the “Pilot” of Fox’s new drama, Lucifer. I have to be honest. I was not expecting to really like this show. With the TV slate bloated with so many comic book shows, I was worried that Lucifer would just get lost in the shuffle.
Check out the first official trailer for X-Men Apocalypse: What do you think? Are you excited for more X-men? I can say that I’m anxious to see more from Quicksilver. Only about 5 more months to go before X-men Apocalypse hits theaters, Memorial Day 2016.
Gotham has steamrolled its way to the midseason finale with a fantastic compliment of twists and turns. All the characters are finally coming into their own, and we are getting a more definitive picture as to what will shape these characters in the years to come. With torrid pace, did
We are quickly approaching Gotham’s fall finale, and we’ve been going at a breakneck pace since the first episode of the season. “The Son of Gotham” drives this momentum even further, and we finally get to see what the Dumas are all about. The Dumas, as you may recall from
Gotham’s latest episode, “Mommy’s Little Monster,” provides the aftermath of two of Gotham’s most popular villains, and Galavan gets far ahead, while also earning a target on his back. Up to this point, Nygma has been kind of a meh character. However, in this episode, he begins his drastic transformation
When Gotham was pitched, it was a show that was all about Detective Jim Gordon. The PR for the show made sure that it wasn’t about Batman, a point on which I was not too keen. However, this season has done wonders for the show and its future. What better
Gotham has been a wild ride thus far, and things just keep getting crazier in “Scarification.” The man of the season last year was The Penguin, but he hasn’t had much depth up until this episode. This episode definitely changed things for him. Ever since The Penguin’s mom was kidnapped
What a last episode Gotham had. GCPD is in shambles, Jerome met an untimely fate, Galvan is positioning himself to be a mayoral candidate and Bruce is going back to school. This week’s episode, “Rise of the Villains: Strike Force,” while much slower, was still a good episode that moved the
Gotham has come out firing this season, and “Rise of The Villains: The Last Laugh,” continues the strong start to season two. But while the episode overall was great, it will certainly rub everyone one way or the other. Of all people, I am the one to always call shows too