The fifth episode of The Following is a little slow moving for my liking, but it does show that Joe Carroll is slowly getting back to his old self again. Meanwhile, as Ryan and Max Hardy get closer to finding Joe, the FBI gets closer to realizing that Joe more
“They’re crazy,” Emma tells Joe about Lily and her family. Joe merely nods his head lightly, apparently not even bothering to point out that both he and Emma are, by common interpretation, also crazy. Welcome to The Following , where being self-aware mea more
On the latest episode of “The Following,” the show continued its rapid pacing in “Reflection,” once again cutting to the chase, in this case literally, as we picked up where we left off with Max tailing the temperamental Giselle while Ryan makes haste to more
Do I detect a hint of The Following Season 1 ?
Don’t get me wrong, The Following Season 2 Episode 5 did have its moments, but some of the running around reminds me of the last time Ryan Hardy tried to find Joe Carroll’s mansion for killers.
Things are moving at a much quicker pace on The Following Season 2 , something that is a vast improvement from the often plodding path of The Following Season 1 .
There's a sense of much greater urgency, from Ryan rushing about the city as he fol more
The most interesting element to "Family Affair" definitely came from the villains' side this week, as we discovered Lily's connection to Joe. Which is to say, we found out that there was no true connection. Only that Lily, like Joe, had created her own more
If the most egregious mishandling of The Following is how it uses violence, its characterization of the Followers is not far behind. Usually, when a writer is bothering to tell a story about a serial killer or several serial killers, it’s with the inten more