Gotham Season 4 Episode 4: ‘The Demon’s Head’ Review

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If you are unaware, Ben McKenzie’s wrote this episode. It was his first time and I have to say, he actually did a fairly decent job. He directed the sixteenth episode of season three which was pretty phenomenal so I had some faith he would do a pretty fantastic job this time around and he absolutely did.

Although, saying that, going back through this episode in order to review it I find myself even more irritated that Alex was killed off in the same episode that he was introduced. Just like Myrtle Jenkins, I couldn’t see Alex being a long-term character but I wish he had been in it a little longer than he was. His main purpose was to be killed off so that Bruce would be spurred on by anger.

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Gotham Season 4 Episode 3: ‘They Who Hide Behind Masks’ Review

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I would say that this is one of the best episodes of the season and of the show so far. The only thing I really didn’t like was the weird opening with Ra’s. It just felt a little cheesy and although I am interested in the character and what the show will do with him, I didn’t really care for the opening of the episode, however, once you get past that, the rest is pretty phenomenal.

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Gotham Season 4 Episode 2: ‘The Fear Reaper’ Review

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Jonathan Crane continued to impress me this week! As a Scarecrow fan, that was never going to be too hard for me, but they really have done a stand-up job of it. The show did a fantastic job with Jervis Tetch in season 3 and although it’s only been two episodes it seems like they might do an equally good job with Jonathan Crane this season.

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Gotham Season 4 Episode 1: ‘Pax Penguina’ Review

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Gotham is finally back for its fourth season and it’s off to a pretty good start. Although this show is by no means perfect it manages to deliver most weeks. This episode was primarily good with very little complaints to go along with it.

One of the greatest things is that we finally get to see Jonathan Crane again and not only that but we also get to see him become the Scarecrow. We haven’t seen him since season 1 episodes 14 and 15.

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Train To Busan (2016) | Movie Review [Spoiler Free]

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Train to Busan follows a group of passengers on a train from Seoul to Busan during a zombie outbreak. Considering it’s almost 2 hours in length and takes place primarily on the train, it never gets boring. Just when you think the current dilemma is over with and things will be smooth sailing from then on out, something else happens, but it’s never too much.

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