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16 Feb 2015

The End as We Know It? | Constantine “Waiting for the Man” Review

Constantine delivered its final episode, “Waiting for the Man,” of its first season Friday night. There were definitely too many unanswered questions for this to be the end of Constantine. The actors have done such good jobs in portraying these characters that I would hate to see this be the

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09 Feb 2015

Constantine “Angels and Ministers of Grace” Review

With only one episode left until Constantine’s season finale, the twelfth episode, “Angels and Ministers of Grace,” leads us to yet again more darkness. First, a young woman named Taylor appears to be buying drugs before her brother’s funeral tomorrow. Moments before she takes the drugs, a monster of a

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02 Feb 2015

If Looks Could Kill | Constantine “A Whole World Out There” Review

Constantine’s eleventh episode, “A Whole World Out There,” is essentially about kids being kids. A group of college students perform what looks like a séance at the beginning of the episode. They all have an out of body experience and end up in some house, all in different rooms. One

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26 Jan 2015

Family Matters | Constantine “Quid Pro Quo” Review

Constantine’s tenth episode, “Quid Pro Quo,” had great character developments. We got flashbacks showing Chas’s life that was previously unknown to us. This episode also showed that Constantine may not always be right or have the best solutions. Maybe sometimes he should listen to his trusty sidekicks. The flashbacks were

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19 Jan 2015

Constantine “The Saint of Last Resorts: Part 2” Review

Constantine’s ninth episode, “The Saint of Last Resorts: Part 2,” starts where the midseason finale left off. We find John still dying in the sewer after Ann Marie shot him. In order to heal himself and escape the invunche, John casts a demon inside himself. Luckily, it works. Now, John

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15 Dec 2014

Constantine “The Saint of Last Resorts” Review

Constantine’s eighth episode, “The Saint of Last Resorts,” takes us outside of the United States, down to Mexico City. Ann Marie, a nun in a convent in Mexico, finds that a baby has been taken by something, while the mother was slaughtered. Ann Marie ends up in Constantine’s house asking

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30 Nov 2014

Out of Place | Constantine “Rage of Caliban” Review

Constantine’s sixth episode, “Rage of Caliban,” takes Chaz and Constantine to Birmingham, Alabama where parents are being brutally murdered. The only survivor is the child. Sadly, Zed won’t appear in this episode. Initially, this episode was supposed to be shown second, but the showrunners wanted Zed to be brought into

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24 Nov 2014

Do you think I’m pretty? | Constantine “Danse Vaudou” Review

The fifth episode of Constantine, “Danse Vaudou,” brings our friends to New Orleans, Louisiana. The episode starts with a man who is clearly drunk walking into an alley to urinate on the side of a building. A woman walks by, and he flashes his detective shield. Disgusted she keeps walking

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16 Nov 2014

What a Trip | Constantine “A Feast of Friends” Review

Constantine’s fourth episode, “A Feast of Friends,” starts with a man coming off of an airplane. It’s never a good sign when someone that sweaty and nervous looking is trying to get through US Customs. Luckily, we, as the audience, were not the only ones to notice. He gets questioned

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11 Nov 2014

The Reveal of Papa Midnite | Constantine “The Devil’s Vinyl” Review

Constantine’s third episode, “The Devil’s Vinyl,” puts us face to face with a soul broker, one who makes deals with people for their souls. The episode starts off with a woman, Jasmine Fell, finding an old vinyl record buried inside of a wall. Naturally, this can only be a bad

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03 Nov 2014

Have a Little Faith | Constantine “The Darkness Beneath” Review

In episode two of Constantine, “The Darkness Beneath,” John Constantine uses the map that Liv left to find where the next demon will attack. The map takes him to a small mining town in Pennsylvania where miners are being killers in unexplainable ways. Unfortunately for this episode, Chas was not

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26 Oct 2014

Light’s Out | Constantine “Non Est Asylum” Review

These days, audiences seem to embrace the anti-hero. Welcome to the fold, Constantine, one of DC Comic’s snarkiest anti-heroes. According to his business card, John Constantine is an Exorcist, Demonologist, and Master of the Dark Arts. In sarcastic fashion, Constantine continuously mocks himself about being a Master by saying that

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