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The One Where We Had A "Face Off"

When I first read the synopsis of True Blood Episode 7.05 “Lost Cause” – I was thinking…yep, that’s probably what it’s going to be…a “lost cause” 2,043 more words

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'True Blood' Got Exactly What It Wanted In A Response From Ted Cruz

The final act of this week’s episode of True Blood, “Lost Cause,” was begging for attention. In hot pursuit of Sarah Newlin, the goody-two-shoes Christian gal who teamed up with the fictional governor of Louisiana and a pharmaceutical company to launch a plague against the world’s vampire population, the diseased Eric Northman and his prodigy, Pam De Beaufort, found themselves at a Republican fundraiser *clap, clap, clap* deep in the heart of Texas. 431 more words

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What Maisie Knew (2012) Film Review by Gareth Rhodes

What Maisie Knew (2012) Directed by Scott McGehee and David Siegel. With Onata Aprile, Julianne Moore, Steve Coogan, Alexander Skarsgard, Joanna Vanderham.

Adapted and updated from the Henry James novel of the same name, What Maise Knew is a story told from the perspective of a six-year-old girl, who as a result of her parent’s divorce, is forced to live an unstable life. 292 more words

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tv review - HBO's True Blood, episode 7.5

It’s too easy to make jokes about an episode with a title like ‘Lost Cause’, but you’d be forgiven for doing so when the quality is this abysmal. 608 more words

Reviews

Male Objectification Monday: Bill Skarsgard

Roman Godfrey is such a creep. It makes me think that Bill Skarsgard might be a creep. I don’t even care though. That face, those eyes, that style… well, that’s still a character. 172 more words

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TRUE BLOOD, S7E5: Bring on the drama

By David Oliver

Overall, this episode was a carefully thought-out, character-driven chapter of “True Blood” that will really make me miss these characters more than I thought I would. 802 more words

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True Blood season 7; the series so far

The final season of what, at times, has felt like an over-long, drawn-out television series has arrived. I often defend True Blood, classing it as one of my favourite T.V shows, but what started as a quite compelling show, with thrilling and original story lines came crashing down in season six with a just too out there plot line. 622 more words