True Blood’s sixth season manages to clear the incredibly low bar set by its previous three seasons, but I still wouldn’t call it ‘good’ television.
In a mere twenty minutes So Dark manages to sell me on the idea of urban fantasy as serious drama.
2010’s Stake Land is a primer on avoiding cliches when creating a post-apocalyptic movie with supernatural themes.
Despite every cinematic indication otherwise, The Dead Undead is not porn. It’s just really really bad.
It’s a spoiler filled look at the highs and (mostly) lows of True Blood’s fifth season.
If David Crane and Jeffery Klarik of Showtime/BBC’s Episodes wrote a book with Ann-Marie MacDonald, it would probably look a lot like J.M. Frey’s new novel.
Summary Judgement: Feed is much more a clever and disquieting horror story than it is a typical piece of vamp-fic.
Summary Judgement: Whereas fans of vampires and/or urban fantasy will quite likely enjoy this story, as a self-confessed sci-fi junkie it isn’t quite my cup of tea.
Summary Judgement: A well-written story that is effective in bucking the conventions that orbit contemporary vampire fiction.