Review: Supernatural Season Three DVD

by Paula R. Stiles

Kripke, Eric, et al. Supernatural Season Three [DVD]. Burbank [CA]: Warner Bros., 2008. 651 min. US $59.98/CAN $32.99.

Dean has made a deal with a Crossroad Demon to save Sam’s life and in return, he’s also received a year to live. He’s determined to make the most of it. Too bad the MOTWs are lacking in sympathy. More sinister is the strange obsession that every demon has with making Sam their King and killing Dean early, …

Paula R. StilesReview: Supernatural Season Three DVD

Review: Supernatural Season Two DVD

by Paula R. Stiles

Kripke, Eric, et al. Supernatural Season Two [DVD]. Burbank [CA]: Warner Bros., 2007. 903 min. US $59.98/CAN $74.98.

The massive cliffhanger at the end of season one has left Dean on life support in a hospital, with brother Sam and father John fighting each other on how to save him. The fallout from John’s solution turns Dean into an emotional mess and forces Sam to go searching for other psykids like him. This all …

Paula R. StilesReview: Supernatural Season Two DVD

Review: Supernatural Spoiler and Discussion Sites

by Paula R. Stiles


Are you a Supernatural spoiler junkie? Looking for your fix? Look no further. Supernatural has a variety of television-devoted sites that put out spoilers and engage in discussion. Gearing up for the new season, they’ve been on overdrive. This list is not comprehensive (and isn’t intended to be), but the sites below encompass confirmed spoilers and major fanwank/some fanfic. Most reliable rumours ends up on them eventually.

Spoiler sites
Buddy TV and Spoiler TV are general …

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Masters of Horror: Lovecraft

by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

It is a truth, universally acknowledged, that a cheap movie in need of a plot must be in want of some tits. Breasts, the most affordable special effect of all, have been used since time immemorial to hide lousy scripts, rubber monsters and bland characterization.

H.P. Lovecraft’s Dreams in the Witch House, part of the Masters of Horror series, flings as many boobs as it can to distract from the unavoidable truth: that Stuart Gordon, despite …

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TV Review: Warehouse 13

by Paula R. Stiles

You know something’s not so great when the written promotion for a show sounds intriguing and the previews suck. You could tell Warehouse 13, a series about two FBI agents reassigned to a warehouse of cursed objects in South Dakota, was supposed to be Indiana-Jonesish, not just from the promotion but from the scheduling of National Treasure right before it and The Mummy a few days later.

If this were National Treasure or The Mummy

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