Tag Archives: Supernatural Reviews
Supernatural’s season finale is so inane, illogical, and boring that it’s painful to watch. This show is dead.
Snappy dialogue, graphic violence, and stupid decisions abound on Supernatural but has it lost its heart?
I’ll keep this short because I’ve about hit my limit with Supernatural. While the series has a standard pattern of character deaths and is good at twisting modern mythologies in interesting ways, the one-two punch of weirdly reinterpreting classic literature with brutally killing the best character they had is too much.
Where has this stuff been all season, Supernatural? Seriously. Even the other episodes with Claire Novak have been hit or miss, but this one is a definite hit. It not only pokes at Judeo-Christian mythology, it addresses some long-standing consequences of the boys’ actions in a careful and contemplative way.
Supernatural weaves together a great horror story and an arc-relevant sub-plot. It’s just like old times!
Can Charlie just stay on Supernatural forever, please?
Supernatural’s disparate plot threads all meet and at least we’re moving forward now.
A nifty twist on a standard ghost story renders Supernatural actually watchable this week.
Supernatural unleashes an episode so plotless and boring that I’m completely apathetic about it.
Was this episode of Supernatural fantastic or terrible? Only the rest of the season will tell.
Supernatural tries a hip modern tech story and misses the mark completely.
A dumb plot gimmick actually turns into a decent episode on this week’s Supernatural.
Supernatural proves yet again that it does best when it delves into its own past. And Felicia Day always helps.
Supernatural’s formula just got boring. But at least Dean is still cool.
“Supernatural’s” winter finale gets the boys back together and reaches deep in its mythology to return to form.
Putting Jody Mills front-and-center takes a standard Monster of the Week ep up a notch on “Supernatural.”
Supernatural has too many plot-irons in the fire, but season 10 might finally be finding direction.
Supernatural’s lost its spark and needs to find a season plot fast before it becomes run-of-the-mill.
Supernatural’s 200th episode comes face-to-face with its fandom image and finally accepts it.
Supernatural’s 199th episode is the filler before the party they have planned next time.
This week’s “Supernatural” deliciously deconstructs itself before returning to the status quo.
Demonized Dean Winchester continues to entertain as “Supernatural” spends another week on season set-up.