The whole of Hell on Wheels has been building toward the bromance that was finally consummated this week. Even when Elam and Bohannon were pounding each other’s flawless faces, it was clear that these two would soon team up to form a Wild West version of more
There are certainly things that I wish Hell On Wheels would fix.
For the most part, there's been a relative lack of narrative progression in story, especially with Bohannon's hunt for his wife's murderers. Even any actual railroad work doesn't really s more
This last episode of Hell On Wheels (not forever, alas, it’s just going on hiatus) ended with Cullen and Elam riding off into the sunset. I think that’s all I have to say about it, because I can’t imagine there’s a single more
For a show about building a railroad, Hell on Wheels sure has been judicious with its use of trains. Before last night’s episode, I was ready to rename it Hell on Hooves because, you know, there are more horses than trains. But then "Pride, Pomp and Circu more
A war is coming to Hell on Wheels .
Soon enough, the Cheyenne will be raiding the town and attempting to fight off everyone. Did anyone really think that "peace" negotiations would work?
I'm glad that Bohannon laughed at the concept because that's e more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall invites his readers to discuss "Pride, Pomp and Circumstance," the December 11 episode of AMC's "Hell on Wheels," in which Doc Durant has to deal with visits from the Cheyenne and his favorite congressman. http://www.hitfix.com/blo more
The worst thing about Hell On Wheels isn’t the racism or the bad characters , the awful assumption that the audience is stupid and therefore needs to be spoonfed every plot development and every intent behind e more
Okay, first things first. This episode did nothing to explain why The Swede was scrubbing the floor naked last week. Sorry, Swede lovers. Instead, “Bread and Circuses” was all half-naked Common and half-naked Anson Mount working through hundreds of years more