At the end of Hell on Wheels ’ season one finale, our hero Cullen Bohannon rides away from the grimy itinerant town he’d made his home after murdering a man he never should have. But in that town remains a job, a woman, and a life he wants. So as the epis more
Hell On Wheels has been an enjoyable ride despite certain episodes feeling disconnected or plot lines introduced and then rather quickly wrapped up before jumping on to the next. Ultimately, it's been the interesting and entertaining cast of characters th more
So, that ended. And instead of focusing on the negative – the terrible storytelling, the uninteresting characters, the awful relationships built between these characters, the racism-particularly against the American Indians (they spoke English even amo more
Last week's Hell on Wheels ended with a battle about to begin. Bohannon, Elam, Joseph, and those bloodthirsty Union soldiers had just rolled into what they thought was an abandoned Cheyenne camp when, uh-oh, the ambush was on. Fade to black. Roll credits. more
It’s hard to make a battle scene look so dull. But having it set to the tune of Mumford and Sons Timshel is one way of slowing down the action. The other way is having it in actual slow motion , which works well in a Zack Snyder or Tarsem film because the more
Did that really just happen? Did the Reverend really cut off that Union soldier's head?
I had a feeling something bad was gonna go down, especially with the Reverend acting like he's been taking a massive dose of crazy pills recently.
Not only does more
When we last left Cullen Bohannon and Elam Ferguson, TV’s newest mixed-race action duo, they were riding off into the sunset after effortlessly fighting off a group of idiots sent by The Swede to hunt them down. Where they were riding, we didn’t know. But more
Hell On Wheels has created a cast of entertaining characters and while the previous episode " Revelations " continued to lay out the groundwork for their developing backgrounds, it seems as if the show isn't entirely sure what to do with them.
There ar more