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Preacher episode 9 review: Finish The Song

26 July 2016 1:20 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Ron Hogan Jul 26, 2016

Preacher continues to have a way with violent surprises as it delves deeper into the Saint of Killers storyline...

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1.9 Finish The Song

The Saint of Killers hasn't been featured very much in the first season of Preacher. He's been hinted at, he's been briefly featured in little segments, and we've seen the incident that pushes him down the path towards becoming a supernatural monster. Now, he's finally being moved from his particular slice of the cruel world to the main storyline, courtesy of two of the least-likely characters in the Preacher rogue's gallery.

This is a show that thrives on surprise, and this week's episode had two of the biggest shock moments of the entire first season. One of these involves the very same Saint, or the Cowboy, or whatever they end up calling him. We open with his vengeance; he killed 77 men at the Battle of Gettysburg, »

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Preacher episode 5 review: South Will Rise Again

27 June 2016 12:42 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »




Jesse tries to do good with his powers but everything comes out slightly twisted in the latest episode of Preacher...

This review contains spoilers.

1.5 South Will Rise Again

Jesse Custer is in over his head. He's meddling with things he cannot possibly understand, consorting with forces beyond his sphere of influence, and he's attracting the ire of forces significantly more powerful than Odin Quincannon. However, as he should, he's riding high. He's using the Voice more often, attracting a lot of attention in the process. It goes far beyond telling a paedophile to forget about the objects of his lust; he's meddling with the very structure of the town by bringing Odin Quincannon to church and telling him in no uncertain terms to serve God.

Of course, as Jesse will undoubtedly learn, his powers aren't quite as easy to control as he might assume. After all, he »

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‘Flight 7500′ Review

14 April 2016 6:20 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Stars: Ryan KwantenAmy SmartJerry FerraraScout Taylor-ComptonChristian Serratos, Leslie Bibb | Written by Craig Rosenberg | Directed by Takashi Shimizu

Whenever a movie sits on the shelf for more than a couple years before being released, it’s hard not to wonder if the reason is because it turned out poorly. But when you look through the history books, or run a quick Google search, you’ll realize that many exceptional horror movies have languished in pre-release hell over the years. Films like You’re Next, The Cabin in the Woods, and Trick ‘r Treat took their sweet time entering our lives, and the same can certainly be said about Flight 7500 (formerly 7500).

But was this one worth the wait?

Written by Craig Rosenberg and directed by Takashi Shimizu (The Grudge), and originally set for release way back in 2012, Flight 7500 centers on the passengers of a doomed flight from Los Angeles to Tokyo. »

- John Squires

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