The Passage‘s pilot felt like a medical drama disguised as a thriller with horror elements. Sure, there’s a 10-year-old girl — Saniyya Sidney’s epic performance as Amy Bellafonte — chosen as humanity’s only hope to fight an oncoming global pandemic at the… Continue Reading →
The exact moment when Mars switched from science fact/docuseries with dashes of futuristic science fiction to inevitable horror in outer space is when I fully realized this National Geographic series could get a bigger audience and should get the green light for… Continue Reading →
“No matter where we go, it’s the same story… just different people.”
The neighbors are restless.
After two episodes, society is starting to fall and it’s finally starting to look like the Zombie Apocalypse has actually arrived.
According to the pilot episode’s description: “A dysfunctional blended family is forced together when they realize the onset of the undead apocalypse is upon them.” Unfortunately, the series-premiere episode clearly does NOT put the fun in dysfunctional. Whether that means… Continue Reading →