While I’d love to hold out that hope, Firefly: Still Flying doesn’t really do anything to assure me that the publication is anything more than an oddly timed fan tease.
Yesterday’s mid-season finale could prove to be a make or break moment for the remaining fans that have hung in there for Caprica.
It’s a brief quiet moment before the next two episodes, what I expect shall be a far noisier wrap-up to the first half of Caprica’s season.
No, I didn’t give up after my misgivings with “Gravedancing.”
“Gravedancing” squanders the dramatic potential set up by the last episode’s conclusion.
Battlestar Galactica and Caprica’s creative force Ronald D. Moore takes the directing reins with this episode, and one can feel the dynamic really begining to jell.
Last week’s Caprica pilot has been available to watch in one form or another for over a year, so its TV premiere felt a bit anticlimactic.
Caprica’s pilot is ambitious, a bit overflowing with plot threads that beg for resolution
With the recent demise of the much beloved Battlestar Galactica, this avid TV watcher found himself mourning the loss of its wonderful characters in a way he seldom has before.