Tag: Vampires

I WISH FOR..RUH ROH

What an end to this fantastic season of Being Human!  While I thought the episode had some weird pacing issues, I still had many moments of stunned silence and shock while watching.  They finished up story lines in satisfying manners,…

I WISH FOR PERFECTION

This week was the season finale of Being Human. Oh wait, no. There’s one more episode. But this week sure did FEEL like a season finale!  Many of the themes and conversations from the season came back around and completed…

I WISH FOR QUESTIONS

Being Human seems to be wrapping up for the season, and this week we touched bases with each of our four monsters for emotional scenes and last minute,” here comes the storm” preparations. Which leaves us with lots of questions…

I WISH FOR A TOP TEN LIST!

This weeks episode of Being Human was a heavy one, bringing down a ton of emotional bricks. The writing team brought raw passion to the screen, made possible by strong, dramatic performances. Honestly, so many amazing things happened this week that I wrote a top then list for 3.10.

I WISH FOR WORKING PARENTS

Episode 4 of Being Human, I’m so Lonesome I Could Die, achieves the title of my favorite episode of the season so far. Things are getting PERSONAL! We now know that Aidan sleeps in the basement, understandable given that he…

Getting Caught Up On Being Human season 2!

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is a special guest post by the BEING HUMAN Fans themselves, Dana & Kristi Hahn, just in time to get you caught up on the goings on of Syfy’s Being Human season 2! Check back as…

THIRTEEN YEARS LATER by Jasper Kent

In 1825, Thirteen years after the events of “TWELVE”, Aleksei Ivannovich Danilov has continued to serve his Tsar as one of his top spies. Since his dealings with the Oprichniki he has kept an eye out for more voordalak (vampires)…

TWELVE by Jasper Kent

EDITOR NOTE: The following was originally published on PopCultureZoo.com for Peter’s “Under the Radar” segment. It is being republished her as Peter plans to also share his review for the sequel book, “Thirteen Years Later.”   In 1812, Napoleon and…