For the longest time, the television medium has been considered the weak sister of movies. That opinion has started to change in recent years, but the stigma still remains. Any time a big movie star makes his way to television, the move comes with inevi more
My initial enthusiasm for Fox’s new serial killer drama The Following is waning somewhat after last night’s flaccid and uninspired second episode. Picking up where the premiere episode left off, “C... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Matthew_Newlin/2013/01/2 more
Even though Joe Carroll is back behind bars, he shows the power of his reach by having Joey kidnapped, sorority girls killed and then a man burned to death on the sidewalk.
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There’s an equation that can be applied to television cops and detectives. The more indignant they act, the more fueled they are by self-righteousness, the more they criticize and dismiss the theories of their peers … the less competent they actually are. more
The Following is one intense ride.
Where the pilot set a graphic and dark tone filled with complex characters, " Chapter Two " dug deeper into the twisted world of Joe Carroll and his deranged contingent of acolytes.
James Purefoy continues to estab more
What a follow-up to The Following premiere. It was a shocking hour of reveals and manipulations. And, what about those Poe masks? Freaky! "Chapter Two" provided background on the relationships between Ryan and Claire, as well as, between Emma and Jacob. B more
This show so far is like watching a baby horse being born: It's gross, gory, kind of a train wreck, lacks grace, and, when it tries to stand up, it's shaky at best. http://www.tv.com/news/the-following-chapter-two-review-jordy-remembers-about-the-rabbits- more