Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Ep 81: Paranormal TV November 2 - 8, 2011


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On this weeks episode of Hexed Suzie and Shannon catch up with 2 episodes of Lost Girl plus chat all recent episodes of Secret Circle, Vampire Diaries, Fringe & Supernatural. We also check in on some new shows and film chat about Paranormal Activity 3, The Three Musketeers and check in before Suzie heads out to Hal-Con!

Everything is new again this week so we'll be back chatting about all the paranormal TV goodness next week and chat about Suzie's trip to Hal-Con! Then we'll be hitting the sliding scale of different hiatuses so keep checking you TV guide for what's on, what's new, and what we will wait for upon it's return (see list below).

Show Notes

0:00 - 0:45: Intro
0:45 - 21:00: News
21:00 - 33:08: Quick check in on: Once Upon a Time, Grimm, Walking Dead, Bedlam, American Horror Story
33:08 -52:06: Lost Girl S2 Ep 6 & 7 It's Better to Burn Out Than Fae Away and Fae Gone Wild
52:06 - 1:08:40: Secret Circle S1 Ep 8 Beneath
1:08:40 - 1:26:50: Vampire Diaries S3 Ep 8 Ordinary People
1:26:50 - 1:48:00: Supernatural S7 Ep 6 Slash Fiction
1:48:00 - 2:05:00: Fringe S4 Ep5 Novation
2:05:00 - 2:07:30: Outro

  • Secret Circle & Vampire Diaries are new November 10, 2011 and then on hiatus until Jan 5 2012
  • Supernatural is new until Friday Dec 2 (but we talk about a week after)
  • Fringe is new until Nov 18, 2011 is last and then on hiaturs until Jan 13 2012
  • Lost Girl is all the way up to Dec 18, 2011

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Anonymous said...

Hi Ladies,

As ever thanks for your response to my previous comment. I forget that Canada is different again to the UK when it comes to films. I assume that if something has made it to the UK it has made it everywhere outside the US as there is usually a +2 month delay when it comes to films.

Just saw the trailer to Snow White and the Huntsman.

After recently seeing a few fantasy/fairytale type films and finding them dissapointing I was beginning to think I was too old for that type of thing (I still watch and enjoy the original Sinbad films and Clash of the Titans from the 70s & 80s) but this actually looks as if it mixes the original dark fairytale aspect with a modern element.

I will keep an eye out for it when it gets here sometime in 2012.

American Horror Story:

I heard you mention American Horror Story in your podcast and wanted to say a little of what I think about the show. I have seen several episodes of this and it is in turns interesting, disturbing and has some predictable elements. I can not stand the main male character played by Dylan McDermott as I find him weak and also (more annoyingly) incompetent. I also don't have much sympathy for the wife (played by the lovely Connie Britton) as I don't understand female characters who do not have jobs and who's children are older than 10 (I am thinking of the mother in Modern Family). Vivien does nothing, the only things I see defining her is that she eats healthily and she has had a miscarriage. What does she do all day???? I realise that this is not that important on a show where there is evil, violent death and the supernatural, but it just bugs me.

I hope you like it when you get to see it as it has the supernatural elements that I know you ladies love.

The UK Listener

Suzie Ridler said...

Hi UK Listener! Sorry for the delayed response, life is insane lately.

That's OK, our situation is different and mine is even different from Shannon even though she lives in the same country. Toronto gets a ton of movies but not so much in Nova Scotia.

Interesting perspective on American Horror Story! We also prefer our female characters to be strong, active and out there tackling the supernatural or hanging out with it. Sadly the sexism upset me so much I just could not watch it. They finally made a paranormal show that even I won't watch!