Sunday I had the singular experience of trying to simultaneously watch the new episode and explain the back story of Game of Thrones. I don’t feel like I did either activity the kind of justice it deserves, summing up the nature of what is modern television’s greatest fantasy epic as 1500s Europe meets Harry Potter meets Dallas… with dragons. 261 more words
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All year I’ve been experimenting posts on this blog and today, I’m wanted to try out TV recaps. I actually read TV recaps all the time on both… 426 more words
A review of “Sons of the Harpy,” the fourth episode of the fifth season of “Game of Thrones”
by Miodrag Zarković
Rest assured, dear reader, this review will eventually deal with the dualistic nature of TV Littlefinger: part human, part Wikipedia. 3,060 more words
Now that was a fucking episode.
Last week, the more-than-solid “High Sparrow” left me a bit cold, despite great scenes back-to-back throughout the hour. I gave several reasons why, and one of them was the imbalance of slower, introspective, setup moments with exciting, eventful sequences. 1,375 more words
The most recent episode of HBO’s Game of Thrones “Sons of the Harpy” weaves the importance of family into its multiverse of plots. Brotherhood and the truths of brothers is a main theme in this important episode saturated with history. 975 more words