Ron Hogan

The Following season 3 episode 8 review: Flesh And Blood

Ron Hogan Review Apr 15, 2015

After a couple of middling episodes, Flesh And Blood feels like a return to grisly, gory form for The Following...

Game Of Thrones season 5 episode 1 review: The Wars To Come

Ron Hogan Review Apr 13, 2015

The big players of Westeros are scrambling for position in a vacuum of power. Here's our review of Game Of Thrones' season 5 opener...

The Following season 3 episode 7 review: The Hunt

Ron Hogan Review Apr 8, 2015

If we wanted a sensible police drama, we wouldn't be watching The Following. Where has all the craziness gone, asks Ron?

The Following season 3 episode 6 review: Reunion

Ron Hogan Review Apr 1, 2015

Has The Following's gamble on sidelining Joe and Mark while introducing new players in its third season paid off? To some extent...

The Walking Dead season 5 episode 16 review: Conquer

Ron Hogan Review Mar 30, 2015

The Walking Dead shows no signs of rot as it signs off its 5th season with a phenomenally well written, well-directed movie-length finale...

The Following season 3 episodes 4 & 5 review: Home & A Hostile Witness

Ron Hogan Review Mar 25, 2015

The Following gets a double dose this week, as Fox put two characteristically nasty episodes back-to-back...

The Walking Dead season 5 episode 15 review: Try

Ron Hogan Review Mar 24, 2015

The Walking Dead season 5 is hitting on all cylinders: surprising deaths, action, high-quality gore, and great drama...

The Following season 3 episode 3: Exposed

Ron Hogan Review Mar 18, 2015

As gruesome and fun as the rest of The Following's killers are, season three is sorely lacking one Mr Joe Carroll...

The Walking Dead season 5 episode 14 review: Spend

Ron Hogan Review Mar 17, 2015

Rick's gang might have come to civilisation of a sort but that doesn't stop The Walking Dead from being as horrific as ever...

The Following season 3 episode 2 review: Boxed In

Ron Hogan Review Mar 11, 2015

Sometimes, we can't quite believe The Following is able to get away with its brutal, deeply unpleasant, and gory murders...

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