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Teen Wolf Review: It's Only Human

Hello Sean, and goodbye. We hardly knew you. Our first wendigo came and went on  Teen Wolf Season 4 Episode 3  in a rather remarkable fashion.  First he seemed to be the character of a horror movie, then a lonely child left after a "family-murdering ax murderer" killed his family and then, finally, an eater of flesh as he chewed upon a deputy guarding his hospital room. He declared himself a hungry wendigo who was then killed by -- the benefactor? Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2014/07/teen-wolf-review-its-only-human/

Teen Wolf “Muted” Video Review (Season 4 Episode 3)

Sorry this is coming a little late, but I’m back with Americ for a new video review of  Teen Wolf  for this week’s episode “Muted.” This week we went back to basics and offered us lots of comedy, drama, and love. In the review we discuss Derek’s eyes, Stiles’ best moments, the new guy Liam and more. Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2014/07/10/teen-wolf-muted-video-review-season-4-episode-3/

Teen Wolf 4.03 Review: ”Muted”

Even though I have loved every single season of  Teen Wolf , last night’s episode felt like very classic again. The episode marks the introduction of Dylan Sprayberry’s character Liam who I was worried was going to turn out to be Jackson 2.0. Don’t be mistaken, I love Jackson because Colton Haynes is an amazing actor. But the thing is that I didn’t anyone to come in and be a replacement for him. Read More... //www.tvovermind.com/teen-wolf/teen-wolf-4-03-review-muted-235844

Teen Wolf Season 4 Review “Muted”

This week’s episode of  Teen Wolf  featured nearly all of the things that I’ve come to like about the series over four seasons. “Muted” gave viewers . . . The Fear Factor Poor Shawn. We hardly knew ye. This week’s cold open was one of the best I’ve seen in awhile. The episode opened with a new character, Shawn, searching in the dark for his cat, Willow. Unable to locate Willow, Shawn goes back inside his house, which is eerily dark and quiet. He’s calling out to his parents who don’t respond and you can see the uneasiness on his face as he settles into his bedroom. Willow finally resurfaces under Shawn’s bed and of course, the kitty scares the bejeezus out of Shawn (and me) in the process. Upon closer inspection, we see that Willow has been frolicking about in blood, which unfortunately for Shawn, belonged to his family. Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2014/07/08/teen-wolf-season-4-review-muted/

Teen Wolf: Let's Talk About "Muted"!

"Muted" brought us a terrifying new killer and a terrifyingly handsome new cast member. Let's talk about it!   Read More... //www.tv.com/shows/teen-wolf-2011/community/post/teen-wolf-lets-talk-about-muted-140478015991/

'Teen Wolf' Recap: New Faces and New Monsters

This week on Teen Wolf, the gang spends most of the episode actually attending classes at their high school, which is kind of a Teen Wolf miracle. Scott and Stiles remember they care about lacrosse, a least a little bit, while a silent but deadly killer comes to town. It's a light and fun episode, which feels weird to say about an episode with bodies in meat lockers, nibbled entrails and a blood-soaked cat.   Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/teen-wolf/teen-wolf-recap-new-faces-and-53994.aspx

'Teen Wolf' recap: Little Show of Horrors

Teen Wolf returns to what it does best: incorporating classic Hollywood horror with classic MTV humor.   Read More... //tvrecaps.ew.com/recap/season-4-episode-3/