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Preacher S02E04: Viktor

This episode, Preacher confirms the saying we’re all familiar with; Hell is other people. For Eugene a.k.a Arseface (Ian Colletti), one of those other people in Hell is unfortunately Adolf Hitler (Noah Taylor) himself. After the cell block in Hell unexpectedly open, Eugene defends an old woman prisoner being bullied by a younger man. Hitler manages diffuse […]

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Preacher S02E01: On The Road

Side Note: A recap for the second episode of Preacher season 2 that aired on the 26th will be coming later this week. Hello, Preacher fans! Welcome back to the congregation! Reflecting back, the first season of Preacher had a lot to live up to. Being based off a great beloved comic, fans were very skeptical about how it could […]

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“Preacher” S01E10: Call And Response

We’ve reached the end folks. Well, the end for now anyway. After ten episodes, Preacher Season 1 has completed its run. The series started on tough terrain, with meandering based around far lesser versions of the characters we have now. Then, we slowly but surely got a closer thematic adaptation of the source material. Still, Preacher had a lot […]

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“Preacher” S01E05: The South Will Rise Again

Last week, I begged Preacher to actually do something. After a few solid episodes of zilch happening of interest, “The South Will Rise Again” starts with quite a bang. We return to the Old West setting with our mysterious Cowboy, who rides into Ratwater searching for medicine to help his ailing daughter. The Cowboy witnesses the type of […]

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“Preacher” S01E02: See

The second chapter in the televised Preacher adaptation starts off on a rather confident note, one I was worried they wouldn’t really get to on the series as it was one of the more bizarre aspects of the comics. It’s 1881 and a stoic cowboy wanders from his house, wife and ailing daughter to the lonesome trail in search of […]

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“Preacher” S01E01: Pilot

Preacher, one of the most celebrated comic book series of the late 20th/early 21st century, is hard to adapt. For years, there have been feeble attempts to capture the 66 issue series (not including one shots or a Saint of All Killers mini-seires) by acclaimed author Garth Ennis, from the likes of a film produced […]