This week's episode of Supernatural is directed by co-star Misha Collins. It's a solid directorial debut, one that works surprisingly well despite the fact that Sam and Dean spend almost no time together. Their rift is growing and now they don't even work more
The only criticism we can think of for Misha Collins' directorial debut on "Supernatural?" Still no Cas.But hey, since the angelic actor was behind the camera for Tuesday (March 25) night's episode, "Mother's Little Helper," that's to be expected. And if more
Sorry my review is posted later than normal this week! I'm glad I didn't have to wait too long to see Misha Collins' directorial debut. A chunk of the episode was spent in the 1950s, and it was the opposite of a boring history lesson.
Any time attent more
There may not have been any angels in front of the camera for this week’s Supernatural , but one was definitely behind it.
Okay, so it wasn’t really Castiel, but actor Misha Collins took a stab at directing an episode that combined the monster of more
Like a pony ride through a meth lab, Supernatural is more fun when it's unpredictable. Cable series and network "event" television long ago doubled down on heavily serialized storytelling, but even sitcoms, long married to standalone formats, are i more
There's a disturbing trend in Supernatural 's ninth season. The show introduces a new character who is instantly awesome and interesting, only to have them die a few minutes later. This happens again when we meet a magical ex-Man of Letters in Dean's sear more
In this episode of Supernatural , called “Mother’s Little Helper,” Sam heads off to run a case on his own while Dean stays home to continue the search for Abaddon and deal with some demons – both inner and outer.
Hats off to Misha Collins for direct more