In honor of "Game of Thrones" Season 3's arrival on Blu-ray, DVD and digital download, here's a refresher of where the HBO fantasy series left its central characters last season. With Season 4 premiering in a month and a half, it's a more
HitFix's Daniel Fienberg reviews the Season 3 DVD for HBO's Game of Thrones, which drops on Tuesday, February 18, 2014. Read More...
With themes of "nobles vs. the oppressed citizenry," and the true nature of leadership, Game of Thrones' Season 3 shocked us, wowed us and gave us some extra jagged and unforeseeable turns. It also, unfortunately, left us a little high and dry with the fi more
The upshot from Jean Renoir’s The Rules of the Game is, “The awful thing about life is this: Everyone has their reasons.” That statement seems fairly axiomatic not only in the real world (no, I’m not talking about MTV), but in Game of Thrones as well. Exc more
I think because A Storm of Swords, George R. R. Martin's third book in the Song of Ice and Fire saga, is so big, it made it way more difficult for book readers to predict what they'd put in the episode following the now-infamous Red Wedding. In fact, IGN more
As adaptations go, Game of Thrones is a fairly faithful one. However, you can't keep everything exactly the same when moving from an expansive series of novels to a 10 episode per season TV program, and Season 3 was rife with changes. Where did the show g more
After a very tight and narratively cohesive (and soul crushing) penultimate episode, Game of Thrones returned this week in its finale doing what it has done for most of the season: that is, people walking and talking. There was a lot of both, and some of more
Several characters headed home, a few of them made it, and only certain portions of others arrived in an okay set-up episode for Season 4. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/game-of-thrones-season-3-finale-review-as-happy-of-an-ending-as-well-get-1370627 more