DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – Season 4 Episode 4

“Wet Hot American Bummer” DC’s Legends of Tomorrow heads to the 90s for a summer camp adventure to solve the mystery of disappearing kids that spawned a franchise of schlocky horror movies. There’s a reason I prioritise this show over any other show I have to review that day. That reason is the sheer entertainment…

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – Season 4 Episode 3

“Dancing Queen” DC’s Legends of Tomorrow has Ray embrace his inner punk as John considers the implications of time travel. The idea of putting a straight shooter like Ray in a situation where he has to deal with a group of anarchists is on paper a really good idea as it’s a complete departure from…

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – Season 4 Episode 2

“Witch Hunt” DC’s Legends of Tomorrow takes the team to Salem in 1642 to track down a magical threat This season promises to be as much of a riot as the previous season with magical threats both dangerous and ridiculous challenging the team in hilariously predictable ways. Juggling tone is something this show does particularly…

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – Season 4 Episode 1

“The Virgin Gary” DC’s Legends of Tomorrow returns for a fourth season with a smaller team and a further shift towards magic based threats. It’s more than safe to say that pretty much anything goes on this show at this point. Last season ended with a giant Furby knock-off fighting a winged Demon and it…

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – Season 3 Episode 6

“Helen Hunt” DC’s Legends of Tomorrow heads back to 1930s Hollywood as the team track down an anachronism in the form of Helen of Troy herself. Probably the best known historical fact about Helen of Troy is that she was considered unimaginably beautiful. The phrase “the face that launched a thousand ships” comes up a…

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – Season 3 Episode 5

“Return of the Mack” DC’s Legends of Tomorrow starts to build the main threat of the season when the team find themselves in the midst of a Vampire hunt. The opening of this episode suggested that it might be another fun romp. The foggy London backdrop, riffs on Sherlock Holmes and the intrigue caused by…

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – Season 3 Episode 4

“Phone Home” DC’s Legends of Tomorrow heavily references E.T. when the team embark on a mission to save Ray Palmer from being killed in 1988. When watching this show you have two choices. You can either go with what it has to offer or live in frustration with the silliness that peppers every episode. I…

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – Season 3 Episode 3

“Zari” DC’s Legends of Tomorrow brings a new recruit to the team and shows a bleak possible future banning religion and Metahumans. Warped alternate futures are the bread and butter of time travel stories because they’re an easy concept to capture the imagination of the viewer. The hard part is making them engaging enough to…