Friday, March 20, 2015

That’s right; The Originals is going on a TV version of spring break, which means audiences will be forced to sit on the edges of their seats until the vampire drama returns. But we do have some juicy scoop on the upcoming installment that you can certainly sink your teeth into. According to the promo video of “Exquisite Corpse,” the terrifying witch Eva Sinclair will be wreaking havoc on New Orleans in the forthcoming installment.

In episode 16 fans learned the horrifying truth about Eva, who also happens to be wife. She is a witch that went rogue, killing and kidnapping children throughout the city with the hopes of inhaling their powers and she also happens to be the vessel that Rebekah inhabits.

In the last episode of “The Originals,” it was revealed that Eva found a way to take back control of her body, which allowed her to go on a murder spree. However, it was Rebekah who faced the wrath of an angry mob for the missing/dead kids. But according to the trailer for episode 17, that will be the least of Rebekah’s worries in the upcoming installment.

“Eva Sinclair has resumed control of her body, leaving Rebekah trapped,” Klaus relays the bad news to his siblings. Freya then chimes in that if Eva is killed before Rebekah’s soul is freed, then “Rebekah will be gone forever.” It will be a daunting task to keep Eva alive, especially because so many want the evil witch dead.

Every episode of the originals season 2 more secrets are being revealed but not only for that the trust issues also for every of the character are slowly fading. Flashback to Norway in 977 A.D.: Dahlia is cooking up some sort of gruel for Freya to eat. When Freya cries out for her Mama, Dahlia tells Freya that her Mama didn’t want her, and gave her away. We all know that is entirely false, but Dahlia’s evil, so… yeah.

Klaus invites Freya to a family brunch. These things never end well. Marcel comes to Rebekah and tells her to stay, before running out into the courtyard to confront Ms. LaRue and the gaggle of witches that are there to retaliate against Eva St.Clair (aka Rebekah’s body) for a crime she committed the previous night. Elijah appears to pacify both sides. He insists he will find who was responsible for the crimes and will make sure they pay.

Klaus sent Hayley and Jackson to the bayou for the day so that he’d be free to dine with Freya. Elijah is quick to warn him that they might actually need Freya’s help in the near future, so whatever nefarious plans he may have up his sleeve should probably stay there. Klaus seems open to getting to know his sister, but we all know Klaus never does anything without an agenda. Elijah knows this too, thank goodness.

Marcel visits Vincent and gives him the (not-so-fabulous) news that he’s been possessed for a little more than nine months. Vincent is, unsurprisingly, a little baffled by the idea, but seems to accept the reality quickly enough. Then Marcel gets down to what he really wants: information about Eva Sinclair. Vincent clams up really quickly.

Rebekah goes to Davina for help, and when Rebekah lets her in on what’s going on with this body she’s inhabiting, Davina agrees. Freya is alive, Dahlia is coming, Vincent isn’t Finn anymore and Klaus trusts no one. Just another day for The Originals in New Orleans.

Freya starts spilling the dirt on Dahlia, including that Dahlia is bound by the one-year-of-life-every-century restriction that Freya has been existing under. Dahlia wants to gather Hope’s power so that she can break the life restriction. Freya goes on to say that Dahlia taught her a new kind of magic back in Norway, which bonded them, making Dahlia unstoppable.

Jackson and Aiden are doing a little play fighting, which quickly takes a turn for the macho. Aiden warns Jackson that if the others in the pack start to sense his weaknesses, they will not hesitate to challenge him for lead of the pack.

Back at Casa de Klaus, Freya is insisting that they have never come up against a power as strong as Dahlia. She lets them know that when Dahlia learned that Esther cut off her blood line by turning her children into vampires, Dahlia wanted Freya to bear the child that would continue the bloodline and provide her with a new source of power. Freya then took a vow never to love to keep herself from subjecting a child to the same horrible past that she suffered through. Dahlia takes the last of Freya’s freedom by binding her to the once-in-a-century curse, and Freya resents her for it. When Klaus asks her why she didn’t end her own life years ago, she tells him that the curse made her impervious to harm, just like her vampire siblings. She had even that right taken from her.

Marcel brought Cami to talk to Vincent, thinking that maybe she could get the information that he needs out of him. She offers to trade him information. She’ll tell him what Finn was up to in his body if he tells her more about Eva Sinclair Rebekah is more than a little furious about the body she’s in fighting back. Elijah is eager to ask Freya for help, but Klaus thinks Freya is manipulating them. Par for the course with Klaus.

Freya is able and willing to help Rebekah, but Klaus is surly and grumpy. He doesn’t want to trust his sister, but Elijah and Rebekah are eager to let her prove her worth. While Elijah and Rebekah have a touching moment, Klaus performs one of the most Klaus-like acts in the history of his character and sneaks up behind Freya and snaps her neck.

Klaus doesn’t trust Freya because he would do exactly what she is doing if he wanted to manipulate them. Oh Klaus… sigh. Cami and Vincent continue to bond. As they discuss crazy events of the past few months, Vincent tells her to bring Marcel back so he can tell him something he needs to know about Eva Sinclair.

Klaus moves Freya’s body, and when she wakes, he is there to make sure that she knows that he doesn’t trust Elijah and Rebekah’s faith in her because they’ve continued to have faith in him, and he considers Freya to be up to his kind of antics. He wants to know what she wants. And he’s giving her one last chance.

Freya tells Klaus of the greatest horror she experienced under Dahlia’s rule of terror. Freya once broke her own vow not to love and fell for a man named Mathias. When she became pregnant with child, Mathias tried to find a way to keep their baby from Dahlia, and for that, Dahlia cursed him to death. Freya then drank a bottle of poison to kill herself and the baby, but, being invulnerable to harm (which she was then, unaware of), she later woke to find that the poison killed her child, but she will remain alive.

Klaus refuses to trust Freya. He insists she is trying to manipulate him. Freya goes on to remind Klaus that no matter how he feels about her, Dahlia is still coming, and she can and wants to help fight against her. Marcel, Rebekah, and Elijah return to see Vincent, who informs them that Eva Sinclair was/is his wife.

Klaus goes on another “I’m the only one that knows how to protect Hope” rant and Hayley listens, but she’s clearly tired of him and his ultimatums and grand declarations of distrust.

Rebekah and Marcel have a tender moment in which he reminds her that she is the strongest of her siblings, and that she will survive this. Rebekah has another flash of memory, and asks Marcel to stay with her.

We then see that Davina is amongst the young witches that Eva Sinclair has taken under a spell, as we see a pile of young bodies with markings carved into their foreheads.

Friday, March 6, 2015

Rick and the gang have found a temporary asylum at the Alexandria Safe-Zone but they are finding it hard to adjust to the lifestyle that they have now, without the threats they have been dealing with for the longest time. In episode 13 of "The Walking Dead" titled "Forget," the group struggles to assimilate into the society within the gated community.

It seems that the members of the group got used to drawing a gun or wielding a bow and arrow to kill off walkers. It feels a bit uncanny for them to sit around, shave and cut their hair, and do the things they used to do before flesh-eating creatures overran the town.

They have been looking for a safe haven, but now that they have found one, it is taking them great effort to cope with and understand the fact that they are indeed in a place of safety. Furthermore, the group ponders on living the rest of their lives slaying zombies rather than staying within the Safe-Zone, which will slash, little by little, all their deadly skills to ward killer walkers off.

"Tensions" arise as Rick's group attempts to live life the way people do inside the ASZ. In the promo for the episode, Sasha snaps and attempts to get herself out of the walled area. She retrieves her weapon in the warehouse from someone named Olivia, who offers her meat in case she feels the need to cook up a tasty meal while on the run. Fans can imagine Sasha's surprise knowing how clueless these people are of the horrors that's out there prowling.

Their hesitation to stay inside the Alexandria Safe Zone will extend to episode 14 titled "Spend" as the group finds themselves faced with more challenges in their "new home." The walking dead season 5 episode 13 will be aired on March 8.

Monday, February 23, 2015

A flashback stats the scene in the previous episode of the vampire diaries shows Liz Forbes assuring her young daughter, Caroline, that she will be all grown up and fine the time for her to die comes. Caroline wakes up at the Salvatore mansion surrounded by her friends.

Caroline is dreaming of the time she learned how to ride a bike, and wakes up in the living room of the Salvatore mansion surrounded by all her friends. She goes to the kitchen to find Damon working on the eulogy, but he’s having trouble. He tries to bond with her, but she doesn’t want to, and that’s when he gives her some solid advice about when the worst day of her life will come, and it won’t be the funeral. In full Caroline style, she assigns everyone a job to do for the funeral. While getting ready, Stefan asks Damon for his help about what he should do with Caroline since he hasn’t been able to talk to her about the kiss. And while Caroline is out with Elena, she also asks for her help about what to do.

Caroline confronts Stefan before the funeral, but he says he wants to wait until after the day is over to talk to her about that stuff. Then Tyler shows up, drunk, to the church, but Matt doesn’t let him in. Despite all the trouble he had, Damon manages to write and give a beautiful eulogy speech. And after the speech, Caroline sings a song for her mother, where Stefan realizes just how in love with her he is. Afterwards, they hold a wake for the Sheriff at the Mystic Grill and Tyler shows up sober, where Matt tells him that he’s applying to be a deputy and wants Tyler to apply, too.

Caroline goes home to be alone, but Elena shows up to talk to her about how she’s worried for her. Elena realizes that Caroline was planning to turn off her emotional switch, and she tries to talk her out of it. Caroline says that her experience without feelings is going to be different than Elena’s, so Caroline breaks Elena’s neck to stop her from trying to stop the switch from being pulled.

Unfortunately for Stefan, he realizes too late that he wants to tell Caroline his true feelings, because when he gets to Caroline’s house, he finds Elena’s limp body and Caroline out of sight.

Jo has food poisoning and Alaric is helping her try to feel better when Kai shows up asking for Jo’s help. He’s coughing up blood and says that since he didn’t merge with HIS twin (Luke), now he’s dying, which is why Jo is sick. If he dies then so does the entire coven, including Jo and Live, so of course they try to help him.

Kai feels better when he accidentally absorbs some of Jo’s powers and realizes he needs her powers to stay alive, and then he springs another surprise on everyone: The Gemini coven is responsible for the prison worlds, YES, PLURAL, and if he dies then the worlds will collapse.

Jo does decide to give Kai her powers, which saves him, and afterwards he says congratulations and whispers something into her ear before he leaves. What was it? That Jo is pregnant! And after she tells Alaric, he proposes to her, which she says no to because she doesn’t do a pity proposal. But then Alaric pulls out a ring and tells her he was planning it all along, and she says yes!

In 1994 Bonnie gets back to the Salvatore mansion with Silas’ headstone, and she has her magic back! She plans to travel back to her time and place at 12:28 that day, but just as she gets ready to do the spell in the cave there’s a small earthquake and the day turns into night and it starts snowing.

The northern lights then appear above her and she’s transported to an entirely new place in the year 1903. She sees a house and enters it, and finds a framed picture of Stefan and Damon on the desk. But then as Jo is doing her spell to give Kai her powers, Bonnie’s surroundings keep switching from her place in 1903 to Mystic Falls in 1994.

Bonnie decides to go ahead with the spell since both the Northern Lights and the eclipse are recurring events and she only has a minute left before the eclipse is over. Just before she gets transported, she sees a woman dressed in Victorian clothing, who asks Bonnie who she is. Bonnie doesn’t get to answer before she’s whisked off like Damon was when he was brought back to present day.

During the entire episode Damon has flashbacks of him and Stefan preparing for their mother’s funeral, and a young Stefan tells Damon that their mother’s angel/ghost came to Stefan in his sleep to tell him everything will be all right. He also remembers a crying Stefan after the funeral, who tells him that he should have said something about their mother there.

Then at the end of the episode Damon goes home to find pancakes in his kitchen, and Bonnie is back! She tells him about where she ended up in 1903 and shows him the footage she accidentally caught of the woman, and he tells her that’s his mother.

Thursday, February 19, 2015

The Originals Season 2 will return with a brand new episode which picks up on the events that happened in The Originals Season 2 episode 14 titled “I Love You, Goodbye.” However, the fans are going to patiently wait because “The Originals” Season 2, episode 15 titled “They All Asked for You” is scheduled to air in March. Warning: Spoilers ahead! This feature contains major spoilers on “The Originals” Season 2, episode 15 titled “They All Asked for You.”

According to a Carter Matt report, the fans will be seeing the entire cast of the CW TV series return in March due to another airing break or hiatus. The report further noted down that the upcoming episode will pick up on the storylines that happened in “The Originals” Season 2, episode 14 titled “I Love You, Goodbye” such as the Hayley-Jackson wedding, Finn still alive because of Freya and the threat of aunt Dahlia’s (Kristin Erickson) return because of the “First Born” curse on the Mikaelson family.

A promo video has been released to tease the fans of what to expect in the brand new episode of the CW TV series. The promo video begins with Original hybrid Klaus Mikaelson (Joseph Morgan) declaring that the time has come to use the werewolf army.

A scene in the promo video shows the werewolves training at the Mikaelson compound. Klaus further adds that the werewolves need a different leadership.

However, Hayley tells Klaus that she will not let the Original hybrid use the werewolf army to settle old scores. Klaus responds that if the werewolves are not going to fight on his side, they will not remain alive to fight at all.

Elsewhere in the promo video, Finn tells Freya that he needs magic now that he is healed. “The Originals” Season 2, episode 15 titled “They All Asked for You” is scheduled to air on Monday night, March 9, at 8 p.m. ET on the CW Network.

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 10 saw our group in the worst shape they’ve ever been in. After losing Beth Greene and then saying goodbye to Tyreese the midseason premiere Season 5 Episode 9: “What Happened and What’s Going On” everyone seemed defeated as they struggled to find food, water, and/or shelter. Though the introduction of an astonishingly clean Aaron in the final moments of the hour seemed promising we know better than to trust a newbie right off the bat.

The promo for Episode 11 “The Distance” begins with Aaron being frisked by a very wary Rick and co. Rick even looks through Aaron’s things and finds what we think are photos of the prison. If that’s the case Aaron has been tailing our crew for quite some time. Maybe he’s even part of the group who etched those “Xs” into various trees…

You can trust me,” Aaron swears.

Rick shoots back: “We don’t know you,” which is totally fair given everything his family has been through. Within the promo we see shots of some members of the group walking on the road, others running through the woods, and Abraham Ford peering into a new locale, gun in hand.

Near the end of the promo we see Glenn Rhee plow through a horde of walkers as he’s behind the wheel of a car. At least we think that’s him driving. “This is a trap,” he says. Rick seemingly agrees stating, “This is insane”. “We need eyes in every direction,” Rick adds. “We might not know how or when,” but they’re coming for us.” What do you think of Aaron? Is he can be trusted? The Walking Dead Season 5 airs Sunday nights at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.

Friday, February 13, 2015

The Vampire Diaries episode 14 and it was all sorts of intense, Jeremy leaves town, but is he really off to college? Caroline’s mom Liz loses her cancer battle while Caroline and Stefan confront their feelings for one another.

On tonight’s episode as per the CW synopsis,“It’s Jeremy’s last day in Mystic Falls and Elena puts on a brave face as they reminisce about their past. Stefan and Caroline find themselves growing closer as they prepare Caroline’s family cabin for her mother to live out her final days. While packing up her office, Sheriff Forbes turns to Damon for help solving one of her remaining open cases involving Elena’s parents. Elsewhere, when a violent confrontation with Enzo leaves Jeremy wondering whether he should leave or not, Matt finds his own life on the line after Enzo lures him and Sarah Salvatore into his dangerous plan. Lastly, Caroline rushes to the hospital after learning her mother has taken a turn for the worse.” More happened, if you missed the episode you can see a full and detailed recap, right here for you.

Official CW synopsis for the episode 15: After assigning tasks to each of her friends, Caroline attempts to deal with her current situation as reality begins to set in around her. While spending the day with Caroline, Elena grows concerned when she starts noticing a strange change in her behavior. Meanwhile, Alaric becomes wary when Kai, who has begun experiencing unexpected consequences from the merge, turns to Jo, desperate for her help. Elsewhere, while Bonnie finds herself in an unfamiliar situation, Matt and Tyler contemplate a major life change. And when Damon offers Caroline advice on how to cope with everything.

Thing going on around her, it forces him to revisit painful memories involving his own mother. The Vampire Diaries Season 6, Episode 15 “Let Her Go” airs on the CW on February 19, 2015. Check out the preview video of The Vampire Diaries Season 6 Episode 15.