Thus far in its run, Grimm has had many modes in which to slip in and out of. There's the funny, slightly campy Grimm that brings levity to an episode; there's the creepy Grimm that layers on the supernatural elements and horror movie homages; there's the more
Follow the Venom
A tall, dark, mysterious man who's clearly a womanizer starts putting the moves on a woman at an art gallery function, and then fear for her safety when we see him turn into a creature. This won't end well.
Back at his place, she more
" Taratella " dipped its toes back into the procedural pool this week, and I’m completely fine with that even if the case didn’t leave much to be desired. Why? Because Grimm carried a few things over from the last few episodes that I’ve begun to thoroughl more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews 'Tarantella,' the February 10 episode of NBC's 'Grimm,' in which 'Angel' alum Amy Acker plays the Monster of the Week. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/grimm-tarantella-along-came-a-spider
In the eleventh episode of Grimm , Amy Acker of Angel fame guest stars! That’s about the best thing that I can come up with about this episode. I’m always pleased to see any Whedon alum in anything, but evenAmy Acke more
While the episode felt a little slow at times, overall I thought it was the best one yet, putting a modern twist on Hansel and Gretel. http://www.buddytv.com/articles/grimm/grimm-recap-the-heart-of-the-m-43802.aspx
I’ll just get this out of the way right now: I’m enjoying Juliette’s character more and more. It’s probably because " Organ Grinder " elevated Juliette from her slightly useless status.
I don’t think Juliette is dumb. She can no doubt sense that Nick h more
One of the main problems that I've had with Grimm 's opening nine episodes is that the cases of the week tended to be very hit-or-miss. I don't know if it's where I'm not used to the feel of a procedural or what, but more often than not, I've not been tha more