What a bittersweet and unexpected ending!
This episode somehow felt inevitable, and yet came as a total shock at the same time. All signs had pointed to Dany burning down the…
This third-last episode(!) was a recovery from the intensity of the previous episode, and a stage-setter for the next. A ton of significant things happened.…
Let's talk about this DOOZY OF AN EPISODE. It is SO EPIC that I don't know where to begin. Comparisons to the Battle of Helm's…
We come to the end of Season 7! Will everyone survive? Or will it be a bloodbath like the last season finale?? It's a super long episode. Better enjoy it, because the final season won't air till probably 2019!
WHAT AN EPISODE!!! MY GUTS ARE SO WRENCHED NOW!!! (There are way more exclamations and CAPS in this post than usual, but I think you'll agree that this episode deserves it! So forgive me for sounding over-excited, because I was while watching it.)
New plans are made, new alliances are formed, and Cersei becomes madder. All par for the course on Game of Thrones.
Stephen King's magnum opus, The Dark Tower, a long book series with a sprawling mythology and epic battle of good against evil, has finally been made into a movie. I've heard it being talked about for years as this practically unfilmable book series -- kind of like The Lord of the Rings -- that Hollywood has been trying so hard to adapt for at least the last decade, but hasn't been able to succeed until now.
I didn't know if I could get this instant reaction post out on time as I'll be away from tonight for the next few days, but luckily I managed to do it. What an exciting episode!
An epic meeting years in the waiting, a tussle of wills befitting everyone involved, and Cersei gets her revenge. There's a lot of taunting in this episode. Jaime gets slapped in the face for his kindness once again.