Blu-ray Review: Ant-Man and the Wasp - Available Tomorrow on Blu-ray and Blu-ray 4K Ultra HD

Ant-man and the WaspAnt-Man and the Wasp picks up after the events of Captain America: Civil War, with Scott Lang/Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) on house arrest after having breeched the Sokovia Accords.

Lang wakes up from what he believes to be a dream from his time in the Quantum Realm (see Ant-Man), where he sees Janet van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer) and experiences one of her memories.

It is soon revealed that Janet, husband of Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) and mother of Hope (Evangeline Lilly), who they had all thought to be lost in the Quantum Realm, is in actuality alive and contacting Scott.

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Doctor Who - The Ghost Monument - Still Going Strong

The Ghost Monument**This is a spoiler-free preview review, for my full reaction, stay tuned for the post mortem after the episode tonight**

Doctor Who – 11.02 – The Ghost Monument

Once again, out of the gate, Doctor Who starts with all systems go. The Doctor (Jodie Whittaker), Ryan (Tosin Cole), Graham (Bradley Walsh), and Yaz (Mandip Gill) quickly find themselves stranded on an unknown planet with a hostile alien environment, with the only other two lifeforms around desperate to get off and not eager to help. However, they quickly discover they must all join forces if they want to get out alive.

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Doctor Who - The Woman Who Fell to Earth - 11.01 - Recap

The Woman Who Fell to Earth**Below is a detailed recap of the episodes, including quotes and spoilers. You can also check out my recent review.**

Doctor Who - 11.01 - “The Woman Who Fell to Earth”

The episode opens with Ryan Sinclair (Tosin Cole) recording a video on YouTube about the greatest person he ever met. He continues by saying that he’s not an idiot, he is capable, even though he’s nineteen, and because of the thing he’s talked about before, he can’t yet ride a bike.

The scene switches to Grace O’Brien (Sharon D. Clarke), Ryan’s grandmother, and her husband Graham (Bradley Walsh), trying to help him learn to ride. After falling and becoming frustrated, he throws the bike over the cliff, to the disappointment of his nan. They want him to not give up. They send him to retrieve the bike and tell him to meet them on the train.

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Doctor Who - The Woman Who Fell To Earth - Jodie Whittaker Holds Her Own As The Doctor

Doctor Who - 11.01 - "The Woman  Who Fell to Earth"

*Contains spoilers for 11.01*

The Woman Who Fell to EarthBefore going into the premiere, I knew the episode would be different: new Doctor, new showrunner - a new start. I have to admit, I’d been hesitant about how the show would feel with a female Doctor. I trusted the writers, and I already knew that Jodie Whittaker is an outstanding actress by her work on Broadchurch, among other projects, but as a super fan of the show, I was still afraid of change. Don’t get me wrong, the idea to me of a female Doctor was fantastic and empowering, but could she fill the shoes of those before her?


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DVD Review: The Gifted: The Complete First Season - Out 9/25 on DVD

The GiftedThe television series, The Gifted, is set within Marvel’s X-Men universe, but in an alternate timeline where the X-Men have left. In the series, the government is trying to eradicate all mutants.

The story starts in Atlanta, Georgia, when Clarice Fong (Jamie Chung), known as Blink, a mutant with teleporting abilities, escapes from prison. After being tracked by John Proudstar/Thunderbird (Blair Redford), she is brought by his group to the mutant underground, where they run a safe haven for mutants.

Meanwhile, mutant Lorna Dane/Polaris (Emma Dumont), is captured by the anti-mutant Sentinel Services and sent to prison, where a collar is put around her neck to suppress her abilities. She is seen by district attorney Reed Strucker (Stephen Moyer), who offers her a reduced sentence if she gives up information on the underground movement. She does not.

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Killjoys - Sporemageddon - 4.10 - Post Mortem

Killjoys**Following the review is a detailed recap of the episode, including quotes. Note that there are many spoilers for episode 4.10 in both the review and recap, so please don’t read any further until you’ve watched it. You can also check out my recent spoiler-free review if you prefer**

From the get-go of the episode, Hannah John-Kamen instantly embodies the character of Aneela, as it is obvious who the boys are dealing with. I loved how they play her off to Pree (Thom Allison) as a drunk Dutch. I also liked how she continues to call John (Aaron Ashmore), Johnny Favorite, through the episode, and seems disgusted by it. Definitely not a term of endearment.

I also enjoyed the explanations that Aneela gives in the episode to help viewers finally piece together what we know about the Green. A lot I’m sure most fans had guessed, but it’s nice to get some confirmation.

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Advance Preview: Killjoys Season Finale Packs a Punch

Killjoys - 4.10 - "Sporemaggedon" Advance Preview

KilljoysKilljoys has really stepped it up recently as you could feel it start to move towards a resolution of the current storyline with the green, closing in on the final season. The stakes have continued to climb as the team has worked to keep the Lady from entering the Quad and threatening the fate of the universe. The season finale keeps the momentum moving right until the very end.

The final episode of the season picks up with Aneela (Hannah John-Kamen) having returned from the green in Dutch’s body. The episode follows her as she brings Johnny (Aaron Ashmore) and D’av (Luke Macfarlane) into the Greenspace to defeat the Lady once and for all.

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Wynonna Earp - When You Call My Name - 3.02 Review and Recap

Wynonna EarpFollowing the review is a detailed recap of the episode, including quotes. Note that there are many spoilers for episode 3.02 in both.

I was told recently in an interview by Tim Rozon, who plays Doc Holliday, that this week’s episode was one everyone would be talking about for a long time to come. Boy he was not kidding!

The main storyline through the episode was fairly dark for the show, considering a revenant (Dimitri Vantis) is running around in the woods caging up and eating humans. Stealing their voices was an interesting addition, though it’s never really clear why or how he has the power, other than he’s a revenant.

I also find his ramblings about the forest moving interesting. He sounds nuts, but the hunter that talks to Nicole (Katherine Barrell) also mentions the trails being off, so it makes me wonder if it’s something to do with Bulshar (Jean Marchand) having risen and that we may see more of this later.

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DVD Review: Counterpart: The Complete First Season - Out Now

CounterpartThe ten-episode science fiction series follows Academy Award Winner J.K. Simmons in a dual role, as Howard Silk, who has a boring desk job in a Berlin-based United Nations agency at the Office of Interchange. He works in the low-level Interface division, where he exchanges call-and-response messages with other agents behind glass. He, however, knows nothing about the purpose of his role at the agency and doesn’t ask.

He has the same routine every day, from going to the park to play Go with his friend, to going to work, to concluding with his visit to see his wife Emily (Olivia Williams) at the hospital, who has been comatose for six weeks after being struck by a car.

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Wynonna Earp: Blood Red and Going Down Post Mortem

Wynonna EarpWynonna Earp 3.01 – “Blood Red and Going Down”
 
Wynonna Earp is back! The wait is over!

The new season begins with Waverly (Dominique Provost-Chalkley) and Nicole (Katherine Barrell) outside the Pussy Willows. Waverly is worried about Wynonna and Doc since they had give away Alice, their baby.

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