"Gods and Monsters," with its title taken from a Bride of Frankenstein quote, was a tense, mostly-successful episode that involved Dr. Rosen and Stanton Parish briefly putting aside their personal differences to track down ex-coma patient Jason Miller - l more
Jason Miller, an Alpha that we were first introduced to a couple weeks ago in “Gaslight,” returned to Alphas this week in “Gods and Monsters.” While he had been in a coma, Jason’s abilities had been enhanced by his treatments with August Medical Gro more
Sometimes I think Alphas has an Alpha power of its own: the ability to read my mind. It wasn't long ago that I wondered when Season 2's "super villain" (and the quotation marks are important to note) would sharpen his claws and give us a reason to truly t more
As much as Alphas tries the series seems to inevitably fall short of the lofty goals it sets up.
" Gods and Monsters " was a particularly good example of this.
There was nothing wrong with the episode, but the storytelling and the pacing could all b more
Warning: Full spoilers for the episode follow... "Alphaville" might have had its fair share of exciting moments (I'm looking directly at you "Cameron shoots that stealth Alpha right in his stupid toe shoe!"), but it didn't quite leave me feeli more
At the end of Alphas 's first season, Dr. Lee Rosen changed the world by loose-lipping the secret of Alphas' existence. Well, we thought he did. His brave speech before congress confirming the presence of people out there with special abilities was transm more
There were a number of things in tonight’s episode of Alphas that frustrated me. To be fair, my frustration probably has more to do with the direction that this entire season of Alphas seems to have taken and less to do with this p more
There are so many wonderful and engaging elements to Alphas , but just like its predecessors " Alphaville " ends up being a mixed bag.
Let’s start with the bad: we learned nothing that wasn’t already known about the machine. It felt like an excuse just more