Back in season 9, CW had the bright idea of having a Supernatural episode being a backdoor spin-off. (“Bloodlines”) It was panned across the board for being too stereotypical supernatural teen drama and not enough Supernatural-like. Fans gave suggestions as to what would make a great alternative SPN spin-off. One of…
You were once on top of the horror scene. The world loved you. You were famous. You were relevant. And now you’re not.
For all its melodrama, Supernatural sometimes likes to remind the audience that it, at its heart, is a horror show. Written by Andrew Dabb and directed by Thomas J. Wright, this is one of those episodes.
Written by Jordan Harper and directed by Paul Edwards, this episode was not as symmetrical as last week’s but there was still plenty of noir camp to look at.
Directed by T.J. Scott, you can also rename this episode, “Damn, this show has a lot of symmetrical shots.” Because, seriously, damn, son, there are a ton.
Watching the latest episode and hear Sam and Dean name drop Gabriel and Collins as their fake agent names. Thinking, "Oh, that's cute. I don't see either one of them listening to Genesis but it's still cute."
Now before we go any further, I want to say I hope Constantine does get a second season. I like the Hellblazer comics. I like Matt Ryan as John. You can tell he is having a blast playing him. I see that there is potential to be an interesting show here.