Guys. Guys. It’s the last episode. I don’t know if I’m emotionally stable enough for this, but I’m going to try. For you.
We start with a bathtub filling, and Lacroix telling us that life is a gift. Cut to a weird camera angle and Lacroix continuing to speak – he’s never understood willfully giving life up, unless you have faith that there’s something beyond this. But will it be heaven, or hell? Is your faith strong enough to push you to find out prematurely?
All of this is intercut with a woman writing a suicide note and then stepping, fully clothed, into the bathtub to cut her wrists. Lacroix tells us not to do it, not to trade our futures for “an empty box”. Continue reading →
One bit of housekeeping: Even if you didn’t sign up for Reading Until Dawn Con, you can still come see me! The Saturday night book signing is open to the public! Come on down and get your books signed, meet some awesome authors, and talk at me about Canadian professionalism!
And without further ado: DIVIA DIVIA DIVIA OMG ARE YOU READY, SNOWFLAKES?! Continue reading →
Guys. I’m sorry. I know I’ve let you all down. Can I just say, in my defense, that this summer has been crazyballs? Like, completely. Jobs were lost, jobs were found, there were too many cons…just, crazy. But I’m back! And we’re almost done with the series! And I’m coming back to the books! And then we can start a new series together! IT’S VERY EXCITING AND I WANT YOU ON THIS JOURNEY WITH ME.
A woman is patching up another, and telling her the rules of the shelter she’s in. No contact with the abuser, at all, for any reason. She can do what she wants when she leaves, but while she’s at Laura Stone’s shelter, she can’t reach out to the boyfriend/husband.
The woman thanks Laura, and Laura leaves her room, only to hear another woman screaming at the other end of the house. She runs to the room, and has to unlock the door, only to find a woman dead and her daughter curled up in a corner, screaming “He killed my mother!”
Oh, I think I remember this one. We’ll see if I’m right about the killer at the end. Continue reading →
THIS IS IT. THIS IS THE ONE. We finally will put to rest the “Is Janette dead?” question once and for all. (She totally is, you guys. Just like Screed.) LET’S RECAP.
Some dadbod in boxers is watching TV in…a hotel room, I think. It sounds like cartoons. “Nancy” is in the shower, and he tells her to hurry up just before there’s a knock at the door. He opens it. A woman says, in French, “Hello, Mario.”
You know, like skee-ball and jacks and shit. Right? Vampires play, like, Uno and Cards Against Humanity? Hee. Against Humanity. That’s a good one. Let’s recap!
We open with some spectacularly shitty virtual reality. Like, the game effects in this episode are just regular footage overlaid with something that makes it look…drawn, I guess is what they’re going for? Like that weird Keanu Reeves movie that came out a while back, where they filmed the movie and then drew over it, so everything was Continue reading →
Why not “Dead of Knight”? I thought this series liked a good pun. I am disappoint.
Let’s get started!
Some caretaker is showing a couple an old Victorian. He says the workmen who were renovating took off after they saw ghosts. The dude says he’ll be redecorating, and orders the caretaker to find him some lights. The woman turns out to be his realtor, and she says that the current owner of the house specifically stipulated that the caretaker comes with it. JerkDude is all, “Like I give a shit. Where is the stupid owner, anyway?” because apparently in Canada, owners have to show houses. Why? Continue reading →
Snowflakes! I went to Denver Comic Con! IT WAS AWESOME! But I was sad not to see any of you there! Next time, you’ll have to come out and say HI, so I can bitch about Forever Knight to you in person.
Let’s get recapping!
We open in a doctor’s office. Some guy’s T-cell count is holding, and he calls his doctor a lifesaver. She says she’ll see him Thursday, and then goes off to her lab, where a creepy-looking guy is pulling rats out of their cages. She asks why he’s there, and then he drops a rat and grabs her files and runs off. She gives chase, asking why he’s stealing her work, and he throws her down a flight of stairs (by accident), but of course she’s dead and the rat’s gone. Continue reading →