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Doctor Who - The Witch's Familiar - 9.02 Post Mortem

Doctor WhoFollowing the review is a very detailed recap of the episode, including quotes (yes I went overboard again).

Compassion and choices. That's what the premiere of Doctor Who is really about in the end. Does the Doctor still have compassion; is he a good man? He struggles with these questions throughout the premiere - his leaving of Davros as a boy could very well have made him the monster that he is, yet his change of heart to later save him gives Davros and the Daleks the understanding of mercy.

Davros questions The Doctor towards the end of part two if he could commit genocide - as a choice, not as self-defense but a choice. This is actually a resurgence of a similar choice, as The Doctor faced the same predicament in "Genesis of the Daleks" in the original series. He then, as well as in this episode, chooses the higher road. Though Davros has shown his compassion not to always be a good choice, saying it might kill him in the end.

His compassion is a big part of what makes The Doctor who he is, rather than someone like Missy: he is a good man, whether he accepts the fact or not.

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Doctor Who - The Magician's Apprentice - 9.01 Post Mortem

Doctor WhoFollowing the review is a very detailed recap of the episode, including quotes (I think I went a bit overboard!).

From the beginning of "The Magician's Apprentice" they hit the ground running. The opening scene with the hand mines is creepy and the moment of revealing the boy as Davros is shocking. At the start we are also introduced to Colony Sarff. The makeup design and later reveal of his transformation was also a great affect. I also loved the fact that Colony Sarff visited places and characters that viewers have seen in the new Doctor Who series.

However, probably my favorite moment from the episode was The Doctor's grand entrance. The image of Peter Capaldi as a rock god really worked and showed a different side of his personality.

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DVD Review: Haven: Season 5, Volume 1 - Out Now on Blu-ray & DVD

Haven: Season 5, Volume 1The fifth season of Haven picks up where it last left off: the portal has been closed, taking William (Colin Ferguson) with it. Audrey (Emily Rose) has been taken over by Mara, the original version of her, who is hell-bent on giving out new troubles and wreaking all kinds of havoc on the town.

Meanwhile, Duke (Eric Balfour) is dying after Mara re-activated the Cocker curse. He can still remove the troubles from a family line if he kills the troubled once again, but now, he also carries around all the troubles he and his family took from others. It only intensifies when they are unleashed on the town, creating bigger troubles than ever.

Nathan (Lucas Bryant) and the group struggle to accept their loss of Audrey, including all that entails dealing with helping the troubled, while still hoping to find a way to bring her back.

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Advance Review: Dark Matter Season One Finale - Trust No One

Dark MatterI have loved Dark Matter throughout the whole season, and the two-hour season finale upped the stakes even more.

The first episode centers on a research facility that is much more than it first seems, and it will greatly affect one of the crew.

In the second hour, bonds are tested as secrets are revealed. The group struggles to know who they can trust when they are badly betrayed.

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DVD Review: The Walking Dead: The Complete Fifth Season - Out Now on Blu-ray, DVD, & Digital HD

The Walking DeadSeason five of The Walking Dead follows Rick (Andrew Lincoln)'s group as they continue to fight for survival. The series picks up where last season left off: Beth (Emily Kinney) has been kidnapped, and the rest of the group, except Carol (Melissa McBride), Tyreese (Chad L. Coleman), and baby Judith, has been locked in the boxcar at Terminus, where they soon learn that Terminus is no sanctuary, but made up of murderous cannibals. Carol may be their only hope.

The first part of the season also introduces the character of Father Gabriel (Seth Gabriel) who joins the group on their journey.

The next part of the story focuses on Beth's rescue, during which the group splits as Glenn (Steven Yeun) and Maggie (Lauren Cohan) agree to follow Abraham (Michael Cudlitz), Eugene (Josh McDermitt), and Rosita (Christian Serratos) to D.C.

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Advance Review: Killjoys - The Explosive Season Finale Will Leave You Wanting More

KilljoysTonight Syfy airs it's season one finale of Killjoys. The series follows three bounty hunters, John (Aaron Ashmore), D'Avin (Luke Macfarlane), and Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen), across the Quad as they track down warrants. Killjoys are nonpartisan and hold allegiance to no government, only the company.

All season the Quad has been on the verge of war and there are those that are part of the resistance against the company. Tonight things come to a head when some deaths on Leith cause a chain of events that may greatly affect Westerley and force the killjoys to finally have to choose a side. Could this be what Khlyen (Rob Stewart) meant was coming?

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DVD Review: True Story - Out Now

True StoryTrue Story is a psychological thriller based on the real-life memoir of the same name by Michael Finkel. Jonah Hill stars at the lead character. A journalist for The New York Times, his career is as good as over when he embellishes and partly fabricates a story that's printed as the cover piece. After losing his job, no one will hire him.

Back at home with his wife Jill (Felicity Jones), Finkel gets an unexpected call from a reporter, asking for his opinion on a man, Christian Longo (James Franco), who murdered his family, and when arrested claimed to be Finkel. Unaware of what has transpired, Finkel is intrigued and sets up a meeting with Longo in prison.

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Advance Review: Defiance 3.09 Ostinato in White

DefianceTonight on Defiance, Nolan (Grant Bowler) and Irisa (Stephanie Leonidas) hunt for who or what is responsible for a gruesome murder, of which the victim may have surprising connections to another character. Meanwhile Stahma (Jaime Murray) returns unwelcome to town while T'evgin (Conrad Coates) deals with problems in his own family.

Tonight's episode has quite a somber tone to it. I found myself tearing up at not only Nolan's speech to the grieving families, but also to Stahma being upset over Alak (Jesse Rath). The actors did a fantastic job tonight with pulling on your heart strings.

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Advance Review: Dark Matter 1.08 - Welcome to Clone Club

Dark MatterThis week's episode of Dark Matter mostly focuses on Six (Roger Cross). Recently Six found out about his past from seeing Five's dream/vision. He was part of the rebel group, the Procyon Insurrection, who stole a destroyer ship from the Galactic Authority, and the leader of his crew, the General (Andrew Jackson), unbeknownst to him, planted a bomb that blew up the shuttle they left behind at takeoff, killing thousands at the space station.


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DVD Review: Witches of East End: The Complete Season 2

Witches of East EndThe television series Witches of East End is loosely based on the book of the same name by Melissa de la Cruz. The series follows a family of witches, the Beauchamps. The family is led by the powerful witch Joanna (Julia Ormond) who is mother of adult children, two girls, Freya (Jenna Dewan Tatum) and Ingrid (Rachel Boston), and a boy, Frederick (Christian Cooke). They also live with Joanna's sister, Wendy (Madchen Amick).

The family was originally royalty from Asgard, but after a war, the women were banished by Joanna's father, King Nikolaus (Steven Berkoff). They escaped through a portal that led them to earth.

The second season picks up from the cliffhanger from season one. The portal has been opened and someone came through. Joanna is still dying from Argentium poison given to her by Penelope (Virginia Madsen). Freya had broken off her engagement with Dash (Eric Winter) (Penelope's son), realizing she was truly in love with his brother, Killian (Daniel DiTomasso), who she thinks left town before she could tell him. In reality, Dash was angry and hit him with his newly acquired powers, and thought he killed him.

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