New series review: Wynonna Earp

Hi my hot cute girly geeks and boy geeks. Today I will be reviewing Wynonna Earp, or at least the couple of episodes that have been aired up until now (that’s just 4!!!).


I’m always on the look-out for new series to watch, yep, I have no life, at least not a social one (well, a partially social life). And this time I stumbled upon Wynonna Earp. Or as I call it, hopefully the female version of Supernatural, set in the Wild Wild West if Jo was still alive.

Wynonna Earp is brought to you by the syfy channel and it has that same feeling as a lot of their series. I don’t know what that is, but if you’ve been watching a lot of series you immediately can tell if it’s produced by syfy, or CW or HBO or any other network.


Originally starting out as a comic book series and riding the success of the Marvel / DC brought to our screens. It specifies as an Action/Western/Fantasy/Horror series. Yep….

According to IMDB: Based on the IDW Comic, Wynonna Earp follows Wyatt Earp’s great granddaughter as she battles demons and other creatures. With her unique abilities, and a posse of dysfunctional allies, she’s the only thing that can bring the paranormal to justice.

But like I said before, it feels like the female version of Supernatural, only the sisters don’t travel cross-country but stay in Purgatory, the town, not the gateway to Hell.

I mean, there is Wynonna herself, leather jacket wearing, drinking, swearing, bad-ass with a gun, older sister coming back to her hometown where just about everyone hates her. She lost her father (shot him) and her sister, has a nasty prophecy hanging above her head and a special gun that can kill demons! Oh and she is trying to protect her still alive sister. (Dean)


And we have Waverly, the younger sister, trying to bad-ass herself, bit of a dork, super smart, speaks Latin, does a lot of research, had an imaginary friend called Bobo, and wants nothing more than help big sis killing demons. (Sam)


Agent Dolls, bit of a mystery man, can get his hands on some really old, creepy occult objects, knows his occult stuff, trying to teach Wynonna how to kill demons and other monsters and how to shoot. Doesn’t take shit from no-one but somehow will protect the girls. (Bobby)


Doc Holliday, once a good-guy, now we don’t know yet, seems to be working for both parties, the good and the evil side, old but still good looking, there is some tension between him and Wynonna and you’re constantly wondering if she is gonna kill him or f*ck him. (Cas)

WYNONNA EARP -- "Keep the Home Fires Burning" Episode 102 -- Pictured: Tim Rozon as Doc Holliday -- (Photo by: Michelle Faye/Syfy/Wynonna Earp Productions)

And we have demons, not the black-eyed ones but these have red eyes, are stuck in Purgatory, again the town and trying to get out before Wynonna kills them with her special gun. If they are killed they get sucked back into hell, looks pretty cool.

So, we’re four episodes in and I kinda like it. It’s funny, I like strong female leads, it reminds me of Supernatural, I don’t know, it appeals to me for some reason.

Have you seen it? What are your thoughts? And no I haven’t read the comics so no spoilers!!!

Love, your own hot cute girly geek, Mendy

TV series ending and beginning, a balance and some reviewing.

Hi my hot cute girly and boy geeks of course. Today my point of view on some current TV series I’m watching and going to watch.

Most TV series are wrapping up at the moment. Either the last episode of the season has already past or we have just a couple of episodes to come, so it’s time to make up a balance and also look forward to what’s to come. Either series back from a hiatus or the starting of a new season.

imagesCAIRS3O5Arrow: I’m not a particular big comic fan, actually not at all. I’m no comic geek, although I love some of the comic adaptations out there, but those are mainly the familiar ones. I am not familiar with the Arrow comics so the story is completely new for me. And to be honest, the only reason I start watching this series is John Barrowman. And although he doesn’t have a huge role in this series, I admire his work in it. But the series itself? It’s not something I would like to own on DVD. For me personally it feels like I’m watching a crossover between Robin Hood, Cast Away and another dozen of comic adaptations about a crime filled city and a hero standing up. Although the added bonus of Alex Kingston making a guest appearance made my whovian heart very happy. This is one of those series I watch while doing something else. I get the main storyline but not everything and I’m ok with that. I like the series well enough that I’m curious about the season finale and season 2. But to recommend it? No, not really.

Bones: is this considered a geeky series? I think so. We have the squints and the nerds, the brains and the heart and gruesome body parts. We are at season 8 at the bonesmoment and the finally is coming. My god, 8 seasons, it’s a lot. But I do love the whole crime of the week thing, and how they still manage to keep it entertaining. And with 8 seasons you get to see more of the background of the main characters. And I must say I love a good evil genius in a series and knowing that Pelant is coming back for the finally makes me eager to see it, although it probably will end in a major cliff-hanger for season 9.

bbtThe Big Bang Theory: I can be brief about that one, more episode please. Although it doesn’t really portray us geeks and nerd in a very good way, I do love a series where I at least understand all the geeky references. I’m sad season 6 is ending, and hoping we get a season 7.

Castle:  season 5 and 1 more episode left. Come one, although not majorly geeky, it has Nathan Fillion for crying out loud! Uber geek himself and this season castlewas filled with funny geeky references. I do love Castle and his funny and twisted brain. And while I’m on the subject. What is it with series, when we have two main characters, male and female, that eventually end up in a relationship? I mean, I do love a good romance, but it seems that every partnership needs to end up in a ship. Why is that? Don’t get me wrong, I do love good fanfiction, but that doesn’t mean I would like to see it on screen as well. I find it more interesting to watch the tension than the actual relationship. But that’s just me. Another season? Yes please!

doctor whoDoctor Who: we are in de middle of the second part of season 7. And I seriously don’t know. Where the hell is this going? There are so many rumours online at the moment about possible plot spoilers. What I do know is that the Doctor is turning dark. Do I like it? I don’t know. The whole impossible Clara thing? I don’t know. This is one of those series where you have to see the whole season to base your opinion on properly. There are too much possible spoilers, plot twists, hints, etc going on. And I am stuck to my TV every Saturday night. I can’t get enough of it! What I do know is that I hold my geeky little heart for what’s to come. Knowing Moffat, he’s gonna break it again and leave me crying on my couch, again. But that’s the life of a fangirl. Btw is it November the 23rd yet???

Fringe: is no more. We had our last episode and no more seasons to come. Which is a shame. It was a really good show. It’s too bad the series didn’t get enough episodes to properly endfringe the story and it felt too surreal and rushed. When watching the last season I really had to find the motivation to actually watch the latest episode of that week. But I’m also glad we had a proper ending with the series. How many series are in the middle of a story and just get cut off and we are left with nothing more. But out all of the seasons, the last one is my least favourite.

GoTGame of Thrones: So this series just started season 3. And it’s one of my favourite book adaptations seeing as a series. It’s hard to create movies and series from books. We all have a picture in our heads when we read a book, and seeing it on screen can be a real disappointment sometimes. Usually a book is way better then the series. But in this case it’s a tie. The casting is brilliant, the story is amazing, the scenery is epic and I’m glad winter has finally arrived.

Lost Girl: we had the final episode of season 3 and it still leaves me hungry for more. Although not one the more stronger endings of a series, I like where it’s going. Although this series Lost Girlisn’t in my top 5 of most favourite series ever, I do like it well enough for more seasons. But please, can we cut out the whole love triangle thing. And more sassy Kenzi please!

Once upon a timeOnce Upon a Time: we are near the end of season 2. When I started watching season 1 I was really excited. It sounded so promising, although it was riding the hype of fairytales adaptations going on at the moment (Grimm, beauty and the beast). And the main idea was really good, sort of a fairytale a week and fairytales coming to life in the real world. But with this second season I have the feeling they are running out of stories. For me it drags along and not coming to the point. I’m not sure I will watch a third season, I mean, the same thing happened with Grimm and I stopped watching that as well. Let’s just wait for the season’s finale before I make a final decision.

Revolution: Back from hiatus. I’m still not sure what to think of it. I love the idea of the series and the earth without power, how people adapted and the militia standing up. But I also revolutionhad a major Jericho feeling with this series and when comparing, give me back Jericho and cancel this one. I don’t know, the pace is to slow for me and it seems nothing is really happening, or maybe it’s happing to quick and not enough explanation. Another series for me that I don’t know if I’ll continue watching it.

sherlockSherlock: Now you are all wondering why I have this series in my list. It’s not on TV at the moment, and we are awaiting series 3. But the good news is they are filming it! I try to stay away from spoilers as much as I can. Which is strange. Give me spoilers of the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who and I can’t get enough, but spoilers of Sherlock? Get away from me as far as possible. That’s also one of the reasons I haven’t read the original series yet. I simply don’t want to know! And also a series 4? One day confirmed by Benedict Cumberbatch and the next day denied, I don’t care. And I also can’t wait! One thing is for sure, I am Sherlocked…

Supernatural: season 8, oh god yes! I love where this season is going, and some of the old characters returning. The tablets, Charlie, more Crowley. I love it all. Although I miss the SPNoriginal formula of monster of the week a bit, I do love the whole men of letters angle and I’m both anxious to see the season’s finale as to what my poor fangirl heart can cope with. Knowing the writers they are surely gonna rip it out and salt and burn it. And loving the fact that we got another season again!

TWTeen Wolf: ??? Yep, I watch it, and I love it. Normally series made by MTV suck big time. Not this one. We had two seasons and with just a couple of more weeks of waiting, season 3 will finally start, and with more episodes as well. Although season 1 was the more stronger season of the series and we are losing a lot of main characters in season 3 because the actors decided to do something else, I’m still really looking forward to it. It’s supposed to be a lot more darker then the last two seasons. We’ll just have to wait and see. I know I’ll be fangirling over the first episode with my favourite fanbabe, planning a sleepover with live stream and taking a day off of work.

The Vampire Diaries: as mentioned before, this is one of those rare series, where the TV adaptation is way better then the books. And where I am glad they don’t follow the original TVDstory. Although this last season felt a bit like a disappointment. I get a bit tired of all these love triangles, not only in this series, but in a lot of other series as well. Also, not really glad with the whole Elena being a vampire as well. We have a few more episodes to come, as well as a spin-off series with the originals as basis. Wonder how that’s gonna turn out. I don’t know, I think I’m just done with the whole whining vegetarian vampire bit. It was amazing in Interview with the vampire and original as well. But nowadays it feels like every vampire has an identity crisis. I like my monsters to be monsters, thank you very much.

the walking deadThe Walking Dead: already ended and what a shit ending. Or more accurately, what a shitty season. It had its moments. I broke down when Darryl found out his brother turned into a zombie and he had to kill him, but again with the whining and Andrea being an obnoxious b*tch. I was glad we finally got rid of Lori, only to be replaced by Andrea. And please someone slap Carl. Little deranged psycho kid! Someone needs to properly raise him. I wonder what the next series has in store for us, but please, more zombie and survival action, less bitching around.

Warehouse 13: almost back from hiatus. I wonder what the second part of this season has coming. Again, I miss a bit of artefact of the week thing. Although where the series was goingwarehouse 13 with a dark Claudia was interesting. Let’s wait and see, shall we?

zombielandZombieland: ok, I watched the first episode. It was funny. But it never reaches the level of the original movie. It sort of picked up where we left in the movie. But it’s trying too hard. I need to see more episodes to get a more accurate feel of this series, but if it doesn’t get picked up, I won’t be mourning its loss.

Wow, that’s a lot of series, and think I even forgot some as well. Are there any series you think I should watch? Or what are your thoughts on some of the series I watched. Let me know below in the comments!

Love, your own hot cute girly geek, Mendy

Ten Inch Hero, a movie review.

Hi my hot cute girly and boy geeks, another day, another movie review.


This time, ten inch hero. Now why would a geek review a romantic comedy? There is an explanation for this. Because it’s a cult film amongst Supernatural fans, due to the fact that Jensen Ackles and his wife Danneel Harris, both play lead roles in it. Without Supernatural I wouldn’t know if it existents. As always, spoilers, although I doubt you can spoiler a romantic comedy.

Synopsis according to the official site:

Four friends deal with their love lives and learn about themselves while working in a funky sandwich shop in Santa Cruz, California.

 With the poignant humor and heart of Diner, The Breakfast Club, and Mystic Pizza, here comes Ten Inch Hero much more than just a sandwich, it’s a story about finding love where you least expect it.

 Sex, love and laughs are part of the everyday life in this hip little sub shop in Santa Cruz.  

For the group of friends who work there, it’s an oasis on the complex journey through relationships, a place where they have each other to lean on as they find their way.

 Piper, an accomplished artist, comes to town in search of the child she gave up for adoption years earlier, but is surprised at what she finds.

 Tish is a knockout… and a nymphomaniac.  But when will she learn that sex is more than a weapon and find true love?

 The irreverent and horny Priestly dispenses free-wheeling comic advice to everyone, but how long can he hide his own feelings?

 Shy Jen watches life pass by, afraid to reach out, except through her e-mail romance with a mysterious stranger.  Maybe after Piper and Tish teach her a few things, she’ll be ready to meet her online lover in person.

 Trucker, a surfer child of the 60s, knows about life.  He owns the sub shop, after all.  So why does he need his young staff to help him discover the love of his life?

 The sign out front says it all: “Help Wanted: normal people need not apply.”


Official trailer:

My thoughts:

Let me just start with the fact that I adore this movie. It’s funny, crazy, insane, a bit romantic and just the right cure if you had a crappy day. Pay attention to the t-shirts Priestly (Jensen) is wearing. The banter between the characters, the innuendo and sex jokes. I love it all.

tih-behind-the-scenes-ten-inch-hero-9127812The story is about Piper; coming to Santa Cruz to find her daughter she had to give up for adoption thanks to her parents. She finds a job at this sandwich shop, which makes you wonder, cause it already seems overstaffed as it is and there aren’t that many customers. She is an amazing artist and thinks she has found her daughter. She sneaks into her ‘daughters’ life while making friends with her coworkers.

The beautiful Tish, screwing everything that moves. I love how the traditional role for a male is now given to a female. Using her awesome woman powers to naamloos3wrap guys around her little finger. And yes, that works every time. But she finally sees the light.

Jen, a shy computer geek, why do computer geeks always have to be shy? I’m a computer geek, and definitely not shy. Who has a good heart, gives sandwiches to the homeless and chats with a guy online for more than a year before they decide to meet. And it doesn’t end well the first time. But as any romantic comedy, they finally get the chance to meet in real life and face to face and all is happy in the world again.

ten-inch-heroDon’t let me start about Priestly. A crossing between punk/Goth kinda guy, again with a heart of gold. (There must be something in the water in Santa Cruz, or they spike the sandwiches.) He makes the sandwiches, has a crush on Tish, and can keep up his masculinity while wearing a skirt and buying tampons. His shirts are awesome and his remarks are snappy and right to the point.

Trucker, the owner of the shop, gives everyone his flower power wisdom and is in love with the lady across the street. But is he really a hippy? He does have theI_Ten_Inch_Hero_1690013 awesome wheels and the laid back attitude. You can just picture him smoking pot on the toilet when business is slow.

All these characters intermingle (no not like that!) and learn more about themselves throughout the movie. They grow, they grow-up and they finally become who they are meant to be. Although I’m not sure about Priestly in his neat clothes at the end. I kinda loved that punker look. So you can look at this movie in naamloos2two ways. Just a fun romantic comedy to get your mood up, or a deep soul-searching journey in the lives of a group of people who at first sight wouldn’t have anything in common.

Wow, that was deep. Either way, so you want to watch it now?

How do I get my own copy:


I really like this movie, Jensen Ackles in a lot of make-up (omg I look like a painted whore!) the fun, laughter, romantic, jokes, innuendo, etc. So I rate this movie 8 out of 10!

Until next time, love, your own hot cute girly geek.

Supernatural season 4, the road so far!!!

Hi hot cute girly geeks and boys of mine. Here is a review about Supernatural season 4, and wow, it is a very good one, we’re gonna meet a lot of interesting… people, and… spoilers.

We left season 3 with Dean going to hell. Oh no, not Dean, not death, can’t process this, too much pain.. But wait there is someone or something coming and its Castiel, or Cas as we like to call him.

Castiel is played by the oh so hot Misha Collins. Who is a nut job in real life, but I love him anyway. I’m also a proud Misha minion and not afraid to say it. He goofs around a lot on the internet and got his minions to break a Guinness book world record by letting us compete in the greatest international scavenger hunt the world has ever seen, also known as Gishwhes. And he also does great charity works for Random acts by building homes for Haiti, after the big earthquake.

So Dean wakes up in a coffin after 4 months in hell, and drags himself out of it. Not knowing what happened he finds Bobby and gets reunited with Sam, after some tests to find out Dean isn’t a monster of some sorts. They decide to get some help from Pamela a psychic, because Dean is being followed by an entity. They find out a name, Castiel and Pamela is being a little to nosey and get’s her eyes burned out. Meanwhile Sam hooked up with Ruby again, now being played by Gen (his wife, although not at the time, duh) and he is drinking demon blood again, getting so powerful he can exorcise demons without killing the host  bodies. (oh boy, that’s not good). Dean and Bobby try to summon the thing Castiel and find out he’s actually an angel, wearing a trench coat.

It also appears that a lot of events happing this season are being connected with the 66 seals on Lucifer’s cage. And these seals are breaking fast. It’s Lilith’s big plan, breaking the seals and freeing Lucifer from his cage in Hell so he can rule the earth and mankind, after what’s left of it after the apocalypse.

Dean get’s send back to the past, where he meets a young Mary Campbell, his mom, and her parents. And a young John Winchester, his dad. Funny fact, he convinces his dad to buy the Chevy impala, baby, instead of a nice save family van (thank God for that). He learns that his mom and granddad are hunters and that Mary made a deal with Azazel.

An awesome episode is the 6th one, Yellow Fever, where people are being infected with fear. Seeing the super masculine Dean scream like a little girl is priceless. Also, after this episode, there is a funny video of Jensen doing the eye of the tiger, here’s a YouTube link: I swear, I can never listen to this song again with a straight face.

We also meet another demon in this season, Alastair, and he is the demon who tortured Dean in Hell. He tries to break another couple of seals in order to help free Lucifer and is eventually captured by Castiel and Uriel, another angel. They ask Dean to torture him in order to get some information. He doesn’t break and escapes. And the boys find out that Uriel is behind this and the killing of Angels. Sam eventually kills Alastair with his power, but the boys find out that Dean is responsible for breaking the first seal back in Hell. He was being tortured every day and given a choice. The torture stops, if he tortures other souls. Apparently one month on earth feels like 10 years in hell and Dean gave in after 40 years, just before he is rescued, and can you blame him?

Another fun episode is number 18, the monster at the end of this book, where Sam and Dean find out there are books called Supernatural and are about them and their adventures in monster hunting. They find the author who writes these and it turns out he is a prophet, getting visions about the boys lives and what happens next.

Finally Bobby and Dean decide to have a demon intervention with Sam and lock him in Bobby’s basement to get him to detox from the demon blood. Which leaves Sam and Dean in a great fight and they decide to go their separate ways.

The apocalypse is coming and almost all the seals are broken. Sam goes back to Ruby and fills himself with demon blood, in order to be strong enough to kill Lilith and stop the apocalypse and Lucifer rising. Dean is being kidnapped by angels, because, apparently, the apocalypse can’t be stopped and he is suppose to be Michaels vessel, the archangel and destined to kill Lucifer. Sam on the other hand is the perfect vessel for Lucifer. With the help of Castiel, Dean escapes. Dean also learns that by killing Lilith the final seal will be broken and he tries to stop Sam in time, but Ruby interferes. Sam kills Lilith and Ruby reveals she has been a double agent all along, helping Lilith and guiding Sam to the final blow. Dean kills Ruby, but it’s too late, the seals are broken and Lucifer is coming out of his cage.

What happens next, you have to see for yourself in season 5 of Supernatural.

I hope you enjoyed my review, I rate it 9 out of 10.


Love, your hot cute girly geek, Mendy.

Supernatural season 3, the road so far!!!

Hi hot cute girly (and boy) geeks of mine. Long due was a review about season 3 of Supernatural, with spoilers of course.

The previous season ended with opening a gateway to Hell. A lot of demons escaped and this season is about hunting down a lot of them. Unfortunately, this is a short season, only 16 episodes, due to the writhers strike back in 2007-2008. But 16 is better than none.

The boys have only a year left, till Deans pact with the crossroads demon ends and his soul ends up in hell, also they have to put back as many demons, which escaped hells gate, as they can. And in the first episode, when the boys fight the seven sins, in the form of devils, they get help by a demon, named Ruby.

Ruby is played by Katie Cassidy in this season. Because she is a demon, the producers of Supernatural can cast different girls to play Ruby and she will eventually be played by Genevieve Padalecki.  Gen is now married in real life with Jared Padalecki (on February 27th 2010) and they have a son together, Thomas Colton Padalecki, born march 19th this year, they affectionately refer to him as their demon baby.

But as I was saying, blond demon Ruby, turns out to be a big help for the Winchester boys. She has a knife which kills demons instantly, unfortunately also kills their human meat sacks. And throughout the season she pops in to help the boys.

Dean is living carefree at the moment. He knows he can’t weasel his way out of the deal so his does everything to live his life to the fullest. Drinking more, eating more bacon burgers and sleeping around more. Sam is bugged by his brother’s attitude and is still trying to find a way out of the deal. Dean decides he want to pay Lisa a visit. Lisa is a former ex-girlfriend of his, which he has not seen in about 9 years. When he arrives at her door, a party is going on. Lisa’s son Ben is having his birthday and is turning 8. And scary as it is, it’s a mini-Dean. Dean figures this out also and does the math. But Lisa explains Ben isn’t his son. Although this being said. I still wonder. Maybe Lisa is lying, but we will never find out. I still believe, till this day that Ben is his son, but Lisa lied to him.

In this season we also get to meet Bela Talbot, being played by Lauren Cohen, and we also know her from the Vampire Diaries as Rose and from the Walking Dead as farmer’s daughter Maggie. She plays a sort of supernatural antiquities hunter and being a big pain in the ass for the boys. She really kicks ass in this role!

Because Deans time is still running out, he starts teaching Sam how to fix baby, his Chevy Impala, and we also get a Christmas episode with a lot of flashbacks in Sam and Deans past, so we learn a great deal more about the boys and how they come to be the way they are.

And then there is my least favorite episode. The Mystery spot. Although it’s a lot of fun, its Supernatural’s Groundhog Day. I find the way they kill of Dean in various ways very funny, but how I hate the song Heat of the moment by Asia because of this episode. It turns out that the trickster is behind all this. Making Sam re-live Dean’s death a hundred times, just so the boys learn a lesson. They are each others Achilles heel.

Episode 12 Jus in Bello is an important one. The boys show off their anti-possessing tattoos (the one I’m getting in June, me is a very happy fan girl) and they try to get the colt back from Bela. But Bella sold it and she tipped of the FBI for the boys, they are wanted for numerous crimes. Ruby also steps in and reveals Lilith is after the Winchesters also. Lilith being the big bad leader in hell at this time and she is going to play a major role the next season.

In the 15th episode, they investigate a case where a doctor seems to have the eternal life. Sam thinks this is the way for Dean to get out of his deal, but in order to do so, they have to kill innocent people and Dean doesn’t want this. Dean finds out where Bela is, with the help from Bobby and learns that Bela made a deal with Lilith 10 years ago. She let the demon murder her parents, because she was abused by her father and her mother didn’t do anything about it. Bela tried to get out of the deal in return for the colt, she didn’t sell it after all, but it wasn’t enough and this episode ends with Bela hearing the howling of the Hellhounds in order to collect her soul.

And the last episode of this season. Dean has 30 hours left before the hellhounds collect their bounty and the boys try to track down Lilith. Hoping they can kill her so the deal is off. It turns out Lilith is eventually in Ruby’s body. She tries to kill Sam, but somehow, her powers don’t affect him and the boys are out of time. Dean is being killed off by hellhounds and the season ends with Dean in hell, strung up by chains and meat hooks. How is he going to escape this one???

Although the season is a short one I absoluty love it. I love Dean’s kid Ben, even if he isn’t his kid, or is he? Dean going on a, I only have a year to live, rampage. Doing everything he wishes. The first sign of the tattoo. Ruby playing the sort of good demon.  Can demons even be good? And Bela’s superb roll. The ending was gruesome, with Dean hanging in hell, covert in blood, screaming for his brother.

It gives a great inside in the boys and lays a superb path for the next season with Lilith as the big bad evil bitch from hell.

So it’s another must see season and please do so, let me know what you think about it.

Rating 9 out of 10 again.

Love, your hot cute girly geek!

Supernatural season 2, the road so far!!!

Hi hot, cute, girly (and boy) geeks of mine.

Like I said in my previous post about Supernatural, I’m a big fan. I’m currently re-watching all episodes so I can blog about it. And of course because I love to re-watch all the episodes again.  And I’m down to season 4 at the moment, but I owed you a blog about season 2.

The first season ended where Sam, Dean and John where in a huge car crash. They are rushed to the hospital and Dean is in a coma. It is his time to die and his reaper is following him to let go of life and die. But Sam finds out he is still around and eventually John decides to offer his life for Deans in a deal with the yellow eyed demon.

So they are now even more determent to hunt the demon down. They get help from Ellen, Jo and Ash and we see the first of Bobby. Bobby is also a hunter and kept an eye out for the boys when they grew up. He keeps them under his wing and helps Dean and Sam solving cases as a kind of bad ass supernatural librarian who can kill demons and other supernatural creepy things. I love Bobby. He’s like the cool uncle you never had, but wish you did.

Taking a small detour we also run into some vampires, and there is one vampire I like a lot. Lenore played by Amber Benson, also known as Tara from Buffy the Vampire Slayer. And I love her in this role.

Finally they find out that the yellow eyed demon, who has a name by now: Azazel has more murders on his name. He corrupted more children with demon blood, like Sam, and like Sam they also have some kind of supernatural ability. Throughout the season we meet more of these kids.

We also get to meet the trickster. And the reason I mention him, is because we are going to see more of him in the other seasons. A trickster is a demi-god who can manipulate reality and has as soft spot for sweets, what turns out to be a giveaway in another episode in another season.

In the last two episodes, things get disturbing. Azazel kidnaps Sam and takes him and the other “special” children to an abandoned town. When Dean finds out Sam is missing he goes to the roadhouse for help, only to find it burned down to the ground with Ash his body in it. But no sign of Ellen and Jo. Then he turns to Bobby for help. And Dean gets a vision on where to find Sam.

Sam got one of the other kids to project this vision to Dean in order to help them. One by one, the kids get slaughtered and Sam finds out why. Azazel visits him in a dream and tells him he needs a leader for his army of demons. And the remaining kid gets to lead the army. Of course we all thought Sam would win, but he gets killed in the end.

But with one more episode remaining, Dean strikes a deal with a crossroad demon for Sam to get back from the dead. Normally, a deal with a crossroads demon will cost you your soul and you get 10 years more of living, but not Dean, he gets 1 year total. He takes the deal and Sam is back with the living. They hunt down the remaining kid and team up with Bobby and Ellen, who apparently survived the fire of the roadhouse.

Before Ash died he found out that Samuel Colt build a giant demon trap in Wyoming, using railway lines. And in the middle of it, it’s a gateway to Hell. The surviving kid, Jake, uses the colt to open the gateway, releasing hundred of demons, and big surprise John Winchester. John helps Sam and Dean into defeating Azazel and shutting the gateway to Hell. John’s spirit moves on and the Winchester boys are ready for another season of hunting, getting the escaped demons back to Hell

Oh how I loved this second season, Sam dying, Dean dying, both getting back, vampires, demons, guns and Bobby. This one is a classic.

Oh and in other good news, I am busy making plans to getting my Supernatural tattoo. I contacted a tattoo shop in Paris, where I’m going next month, to find out how much it’s going to cost me and everything. I keep you updated.

To wrap things up. I rate the season a 9 out of 10, again, and urge you to go watch it, if you aren’t already a Supernatural addict.

Love, your hot cute girly geek.

Supernatural season 1, the road so far.

Hi hot, cute girly (and boy) geeks of mine. As promised a review of Supernatural season 1.

As you all might, or might not now, I’m a huge Supernatural fan. When I first stumbled on the series I was zapping trough my TV channels because I couldn’t sleep. Supernatural was playing, season episode 4. And I trough it was scary. So I zapped right past it. But then I was still curious, and zapped back. I watched the episode further and I thought it was something I would like. The next day I turned on my computer and downloaded the first season. And it was epic! I loved the Winchesters, the demon hunting, the fun jokes in between. I downloaded the remaining seasons and I was hooked.

Now I follow the actors on twitter, I participated in Gishwhes, look up stuff on superwiki, , can’t even think straight when I hear the Eye of the Tiger playing on the radio, did an epic happy dance when Supernatural got renewed for season 8, and even thinking about getting a supernatural tattoo as my next one.  So yeah, I’m addicted to Supernatural and proud of it!

Without further ado, here is my review of Supernatural season 1. Oh and spoiler alert!

What I loved about the first season is that the episodes are about a lot of urban legends. You know the stories and they are great. Supernatural just gives its own twist about it. We start of in 1983 (omg the year I was born in) where Sam and Dean’s mother is getting killed by a yellow eyed demon.  And we skip a few years. Turns out Sam and Dean where being dragged through the country by their father, hunting demons and monsters and hunting this yellow eyed demon. Sam took a break from hunting and went back to school, dating and having a life actually, while Dean keeps hunting with their dad, John Winchester. Dean finally finds Sam, because their dad is missing on a “hunting” trip. And Sam being a good son helps Dean hunting their dad.

They  don’t find their dad, but a trail leads them back at Lawrence Kansas where Sam witness his girlfriend being killed exactly the same way his mother died. So he decides to take a year off of school and help Dean further in their mission to find their dad and killing monsters along the way.

They finally find their dad and team up in order to find the yellow eyed demon. It turns out that Sam has some psychic abilities in the form of visions. But Sam and Dean decide to tell no-one, because the other hunters might think Sam is a monster and hunt him.

We also get to meet Jo and Ellen in this first season. Ellen was married to a hunter and Jo being her daughter, they run the roadhouse bar, a hideout for other hunters and Ash. A redneck kinda super IT guy. All three of them decide to help the brothers in their quest for answers.

They also find out that the only thing to kill the yellow-eyed demon is a colt, made by Samuel Colt, a hunter in his times. And they now have it.

The season ends with Sam, Dean and John being in the car and having a crazy accident, where they get hit by a truck, while the truck driver is possessed by a demon.

I don’t know if this is a good recap of the first season. But for those who don’t watch Supernatural yet, I hope this makes you curious enough to go watch it!

If you watched the other seasons like me and are rewatching them again, you’ll notice that some things being said in the first couple of seasons are being used in the other season, like unicorns farting rainbows. Oh god, I cracked up, when Dean said this.

Another thing I am crazy about is all the 80’s rock music Deans listens to. I love 80’s rock music. The series is not all demon hunting and scary things. It’s actually funny too. Dean with his smartass remarks and the bitchfighting between Sam and Dean while driving their car. Oh and their car, the 1967 Chevy Impala, also knows as baby. There is a whole subcultural fanbase about baby going on, on twitter.

So, I rate this series with a 9 out of 10, and urge you all to go see it. Buy the DVD’s download it, watch it on TV, I don’t care, just watch it.

Love, your hot, cute, girly geek.