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TV Review: Dominion 2.13 “Sine Deo Nihil”
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Dominion
Season 2 Episode 13: “Sine Deo Nihil”
Directed by Deran Sarafian
Written by Vaun Wilmott
Created by Vaun Wilmott
Starring Tom Wisdom, Roxanne McKee, Anthony Head, Carl Beukes, Shivani Ghai, Christopher Egan, Kim Engelbrecht
Syfy
Air Date: Thursday, October 1st, 2015, 10:00pm

So… what did you think of the finale?

Last week on Dominion, we found out exactly when the Angel War started, way in the past – Christmas 2016, and that Gabriel (Carl Beukes) started it. AND… that Noma (Kim Engelbrecht) was on Gabriel’s side at the time. This is revealed during a knock-em-down, drag-out fight between Gabriel and Michael (Tom Wisdom). Michael is getting his angelic ass kicked by darker than usual Gabriel, until he reveals their bro Lucifer is still around and in Mallory, Alabama. In the aftermath of the Amphora illusions, everyone is self-reflective and for the most part, regretful. Except William Whele (Luke Allen-Gale). He’s a crazy killing monster, that David Whele (Anthony Head) has to put down whilst sobbing. I think he had no choice. David was finally genuinely helping Claire (Roxanne McKee), when William came in, smashed everything, and opened the gate to the 8-Balls. Arika (Shivani Ghai) seems good now, but she really just wants to go home, rescuing a little Vega girl on the way. Claire and Alex (Christopher Egan) flirt in front of Noma, as their impending 8-Ball doom approaches rapidly.

Be sure to check out the Dominion “Herald Angels” music video which matches the light Christmas ditty, “Hark, The Herald Angels Sing” with the kills from season 2. That video is below.

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TV Review: Dominion 2.12 “Day Of Wrath”
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Dominion
Season 2 Episode 12: “Day Of Wrath”
Directed by Deran Sarafian
Written by Tom Harthan
Created by Vaun Wilmott
Starring Tom Wisdom, Roxanne McKee, Anthony Head, Luke Allen-Gale, Carl Beukes, Shivani Ghai, Christopher Egan
Syfy
Air Date: Thursday, September 24th, 2015, 10:00pm

Last week’s Dominion was completely bananas, and the best Dominion I have ever seen. Darkness-infused Gabriel (Carl Beukes) set the Amphora upon Vega, and everyone started hallucinating, except Alex (Christopher Egan). Just another benefit of chosen one tattoos. Everyone pretty much went batshit crazy. Claire saw her baby and a world where she and Alex and Willow (the baby) were a happy family. David (Anthony Head) had a noose around his neck when he was saved at the last minute… by an 8-Ball version of himself. 8-Ball David taunts and torments real David. Arika has a role reversal, and finds herself chained and called 8-Ball by Claire (Roxanne McKee) and Rose (remember Rose?). The picture of her mother almost haunts her, and she almost kills herself. William Whele (Luke Allen-Gale) has visions of Gabriel, Claire, and lastly Alex telling him he is not the chosen one. Late to the party (the Amphora affects angels more slowly) are Noma (Kim Engelbrecht), who thinks her wings are back, to the point where she finds the Amphora and wants to fly away with it, and Michael (Tom Wisdom), who has visions of Noma killing Alex. That made him want to kill her. When Alex finally closed the Amphora, everyone was shaken and regretful.

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TV Review: Dominion 2.2 “Mouth of the Damned”
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Dominion
Season 2 Episode 2: “Mouth of the Damned”
Directed by Deran Sarafian
Written by Todd Hartha, Katie Gruel, Jerry Shandy
Created by Vaun Wilmott
Starring Tom Wisdom, Roxanne McKee, Anthony Head, Luke Allen-Gale, Carl Beukes, Nic Bishop, Shivani Ghai, Christopher Egan
Syfy
Air Date: Thursday, July 16th, 2015, 10:00pm

Last week on Dominion, we had an action-packed episode, filled with gore, naked angel ass, and holy fire. Claire (Roxanne McKee), to David’s (Anthony Head) fury, dropped a bomb on Gabriel’s (Carl Beukes) aerie, tearing many of his minions to pieces, but failing to disintigrate the main target. It did allow Alex (Christopher Egan) and Noma (Kim Engelbrecht) to escape. And somehow, Alex’s tattoos cured an 8-Ball, and now they have a human tagalong. Michael (Tom Wisdom) happened upon a town, protected by a fire in the center, that keeps 8-balls away. They believe they speak to God. Michael is skeptical, however, fights alongside them when the fire goes out during a storm.

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TV Review: Dominion 2.1 “Heirs Of Salvation”
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Dominion
Season 2 Episode 1: “Heirs of Salvation”
Directed by Deran Sarafian
Written by Vaun Wilmott, Katie Gruel, Jerry Shandy
Created by Vaun Wilmott
Starring Tom Wisdom, Roxanne McKee, Anthony Head, Luke Allen-Gale, Carl Beukes, Nic Bishop, Shivani Ghai, Christopher Egan
Syfy
Air Date: Thursday, July 9th, 2015, 10:00pm

Dominion on Syfy returned for season 2 last Thursday night, and did not short us on excitement and beheadings. Loosely based on the film Legion, Season 1 was 8 episodes, and introduced us to the battle between angels and humans. God is missing (Dogma?), and almost all of the angels led by the archangel Gabriel (Carl Beukes), want to destroy them all. He recruits lesser angels called 8-balls – angel-possessed humans, named as such for their all black eyes. They are vicious and snarl a lot with their sharp teeth. Set 25 years after God disappeared, this apocalyptic show finds humans settled in the city of Vega (short for Las Vegas). The archangel Michael (Tom Wisdom) has sided with humanity. There is also a prophecy of a “Chosen One” in the form of Alex (Christopher Egan), who is Charlie’s son from Legion. Alex has moving tattoos that give him guidance. And Claire (Roxanne McKee) is the head of Vega, and having Alex’s baby. Oh, and I think Giles, I mean David Whele (Anthony Head), is evil. Caught up?

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TV Review: The Returned 1.10 “Peter”
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The Returned
Season 1 Episode 10: “Peter”
Directed by Deran Sarafian
Written by Raelle Tucker
Starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kevin Alejandro, India Ennenga, Sandrine Holt, Mark Pellegrino, Mat Vairo, Tandi Wright, Michelle Forbes, Leah Gibson, Aaron Douglas, Dylan Kingwell, Sophie Lowe, Agnes Bruckner, Jeremy Sisto
A&E
Air Date: Monday, May 11th, 2015, 10pm

Last week on The Returned, we saw how Helen (Michelle Forbes) died. And our feelings about her insanity were justified when we saw she was in an asylum BEFORE she died.

Peter (Jeremy Sisto) confesses at the memorial that the reason the others shouldn’t ostracize Camille (India Ennenga), because he too, died and came back.

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TV Review: The Returned 1.9 “Helen”
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The Returned
Season 1 Episode 9: “Helen”
Directed by Deran Sarafian
Written by Graham Roland
Starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kevin Alejandro, India Ennenga, Sandrine Holt, Mark Pellegrino, Mat Vairo, Tandi Wright, Michelle Forbes, Leah Gibson, Aaron Douglas, Dylan Kingwell, Sophie Lowe, Agnes Bruckner, Jeremy Sisto
A&E
Air Date: Monday, May 4th, 2015, 10pm

A recap of last week’s episode of The Returned, before we start our review.

The focus was “Claire” as we got more of her backstory. After all these weeks of thinking Jack (Mark Pellegrino) was the bad spouse, we found out that Claire (Tandi Wright) and Peter (Jeremy Sisto) had been together a year before Camille’s (India Ennenga) death. Lena (Sophie Lowe) comes home and only tells Tony’s (Aaron Douglas) part in her disappearance. He confesses, and is immediately doomed. Julie (Sandrine Holt) brought Victor (Dylan Kingwell) with her to the station. Victor thinks that Tony hurt her, so he makes Tony hallucinate his mother. Tony smashes his own head against the table until he dies. The twins reconcile and Lena’s wound is healing. Rowan (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) stretches the events to make it look like Simon (Mat Vairo) was extra dangerous (maybe he was, who knows), so Tommy (Kevin Alejandro) wouldn’t get in trouble for killing him. We know that’s not going to happen anyway because…

Simon kicked himself out of his morgue drawer, resurrected!

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