After a week of Fantastic Fest, server issues and a computer crash, this one didn’t quite make it out of the gate on time. I knew something huge was planned for Episode Three of Sons of Anarchy Season Five, but I couldn’t anticipate what actually went down. Or, well, I
For as hectic as the action in Breaking Bad gets, it’s always been a show that’s been a slow burn. It takes its time setting up the pieces on the board, allowing situations to develop — seemingly in real time — before things begin to go haywire. Even early on in this
Walt has been playing gangster for the better part of a year now. He talks a great game. He’s killed a kingpin and put an innocent child’s life in danger and even shot a man in the head at close range to save Jesse. He thinks his shit doesn’t stink
Sons of Anarchy is hands down one of my favorite shows on television. I am on pins and needles waiting for Season Five to start and to immerse myself in the club once again. In the meantime I’ve been watching creator Kurt Sutter‘s twitter and blog and a very fun,
“Just because you shot Jesse James, don’t make you Jesse James.” — Mike Walt figured that with Gus out of the picture, he’d be free to reign over Albuquerque as the new drug lord no questions asked. But, of course, in the Breaking Bad universe, nothing is so cut and dry.
BREAKING BAD is the most important show on television today, as well as the best show in its current generation. These are bold words, but the show is good enough to merit them. Furthermore, as it approaches its fifth season premiere this Sunday on AMC, it deserves attention that only
Recently I, along with fellow writers, had the opportunity to speak with Kurt Sutter, creator of Sons of Anarchy (SOA). I am a huge fan of SOA for the intricate story lines and the amazing depth of the characters. Kurt Sutter is something of an idol for me, writing not