All in all, the Battle of Whipsering Wood is not as action packed as many other battles of Westeros but the episode in itself packed a punch. It was a statement that Game of Thrones was not a series to be trifled with when it comes to delivering a multi faceted epic saga. Its marks the death of innocence and justice. Blood will be spilled, over and over until all contenders to the throne are lost. And its an uncertain battle that we are still wrestling with seven seasons after.
Because I have yet to get over the last episode of Game of Thrones (The Viper and the Mountain), I’m posting this collection of my favorite characters in the series so far. Not all of them are alive because this show has a high casualty rate, but their deaths don’t make them any less awesome.… Read More Best characters in Game of Thrones: Dead or Alive
Let me begin this by saying that I was not very impressed by the first Silent Hill movie, which I thought was well made enough but lacked the usual kick that I was expecting from a good horror. The sequel has its good points and bad. But one thing it does have going for it… Read More Silent Hill: Revelation Review
Two fairy tale reimaginings of Snow White came out this year with a couple of month intervals but I saw them both in one day, whether by chance or by fate. The two versions are as different as night and day and puts a twists to the fairy tale better associated with Disney princesses. Here’s… Read More Showdown: The two tales of Snow White
When you play the game of thrones, you either win or you die. There is no middle ground — Queen Cersei to Ned Stark There is a reason this series garnered 13 Emmy nominations. Part of it is the strong fanbase attached to the franchise but mostly, it is because the series is a well… Read More Game of Thrones Series: A Review