Last night's episode of The Killing is The Killing that I love. It possessed those awesome, real moments between characters on the show that I really cared about it, while also moving the plot along nicely and weaving together multiple stories under a sin more
This week began with another one of The Killing's famously elliptical opening sequences. A young guy was driving down a pitch-dark, secluded road late in the night when a blood-covered teen girl ran out in front of him. She looked a bit like Kallie, but a more
Bit by bit, inch by inch, raindrop by raindrop, The Killing Season 3 and its serial killer case continue to move forward in a positive - if not gripping - manner.
In wonderful serialized fashion, the story progresses on all fronts, lets the surrounding c more
A girl who might be the missing Kallie (it’s impossible to tell) gets hit by a car. The guy who hits her gets out and asks if she’s okay. He might be related to Shia Lebouf but again, nothing is certain right now. At the sound of his voice, she screams an more
Last night’s The Killing added more layers of intrigue to the story of the 17 when a young girl was discovered mutilated, but alive. It’s unclear though how and if the girl’s attack has anything to do with Seattle’s serial killer.
I have to confess tha more
Here’s the deal: I like The Killing. I’ve mentioned in past reviews that I like the atmosphere and the characters, and I recognize that the show’s pacing is deliberately slow. My opinion hasn’t changed, but last night’s episode was problematic.
As I me more
After discovering Kallie was the latest star in the local sex tape racket, Holder and Linden called in Bullet to watch in hopes that she might have some ideas. She flinched when they asked her to confirm whether Goldie was the disembodied voice. She did o more