News from Josie Campbell

  • MONSTERS IN PORTLAND

    Grimm "The Kiss" Review: Forgetting Nick Burkhardt

    "The Kiss" picked up right where "Bad Teeth" left off, and began to hint at answers to the questions we've been asking since the series premiered over a year ago.

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    Grimm's Season 2 Premiere: Heeeeeere's Mommy!

    Along with Grimm’s Season 2 premiere came answers to the biggest questions from Season 1, more mythology than you can shake a Coin of Zakynthos at, and a literal boatload of human evisceration!

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    Grimm: Prepare for Season 2 with Our Season 1 Refresher

    NBC’s fairy-tale cop drama is about to return for its a second season; here's everything you need to know.

  • MONSTERS IN PORTLAND

    Grimm: Mommie Dearest

    Woman In Black,” Grimm's fantastic Season 1 finale, wove together almost every single thread that’s been left dangling since the start of the show.

  • IS IT TOO EARLY FOR A MONROE SPIN-OFF?

    Grimm: The Big Foot's Out of the Bag

    "Big Feet" was a Monroe-driven episode that deepened the show's mythology and furthered its character development. It also featured a woman shrieking, “Big Foot killed them!” so all my benchmarks for great TV were hit.

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    Grimm: The Case of the Explodey Face

    In the most on-the-nose fairy-tale-to-real-life translation Grimm has ever done, last night’s episode took on Cinderella so forcefully it’s a wonder no one was quoting Disney.

  • THE DINNER SCENE WAS AWESOME

    Grimm: Don't Fear the Reapers

    Leave It to Beavers” combined the show's mythology with its regular monster-of-the-week plot to create an enjoyable, but unbalanced, episode.

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    Grimm: The Truth Comes Out

    As if the Grimm gods had heard our prayers, Friday's episode had every element we've been aching to seemore Monroe and Rosalee, more background on the Wesens and the Grimms, more intel on how the show's world works, and more…

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    Grimm: Love Sick or Sick of Love?

    Love Sick” finally brought the Hexenbiest love potion to Nick’s attention, and we found out Renard and Adalind’s endgame for the Hank-obsession spell (spoiler alert: It’s not worth the build-up).

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    Grimm: Golden Egg on Nick's Face

    The Thing With Feathers" dealt primarily with three couples: good ol' Nick and Juliette, the chemically induced pairing of Hank and Adalind the Hexenbeast, and case-of-the-week duo Robin and Tim. Naturally, one of the new kids was an unsettling creature…

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