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Alphas: God’s Eye or (Never) Close Your Eyes!

The world is ending… First, how about we all just take a breath and try to grasp the last few minutes of the season finale of Syfy’s Alphas. Did anyone else gasp with horror, freeze in place, and remain that way through the end credits and the first three minutes of the next show to follow? Well, I did. But I am also suffering from Alcatraz Syndrome, (for anyone who …Read the Rest

Alphas: Need To Know is the Breaking Point!

Everyone has a breaking point… Throughout much of season one, we explored the newness of Alphas.  We studied their connections to each other, their abilities, their coming together and becoming of what they are: a group of people who have made the choice to find more like them and protect them, help them, and occasionally tame them.  They clashed, sometimes painfully so, and latched on to each other as they …Read the Rest

Alphas: “Falling” Kat’s Past – To Lose My Life or Drugs Are Not The Way To Be Alpha or Human!

Hey Alphas! The “Falling” music score selected by Trevor Morris is hauntingly correct for the episode eloquently directed by series supervising producer Nick Copus. Featuring music from the popular band White Lies, “To Lose My Life” (2008) is heard in a nightclub rave. The song is perfect staging for Kat’s (Erin Way) undercover “Falling” mission! In fact it is one of this reviewers, and many thousands of Alphas fans, favorite …Read the Rest

Alphas – “Gods and Monsters” – “We Are the Borg…”

Hello Alphas fans! Red alert… “We are the Borg. Lower your shields and surrender your ships. We will add your biological and technological distinctiveness to our own. Your culture will adapt to service us. Resistance is futile.” -Star Trek: First Contact The Borg of Star Trek are considered to be one of the greatest enemies of the Federation. They are able to assimilate – essentially brainwash – organic life forms …Read the Rest

Alphas: “Alphaville” or Hiding From What You Are May Not Be the Answer!

Welcome back Alphas! Doctor Rosen (David Strathairn) certainly has his hands full with the likes of murderous yet motivated Alphas antagonist Stanton Parish (John Pyper-Ferguson) and his apparent minion Dani Rosen (Kathleen Munroe), Doctor Rosens’ misguided daughter! As the video special featuring Matt Hastings (below courtesy of Syfy) indicates there is always a “downside” when it comes to life and special abilities, Alphas notwithstanding! We should all consider if Rosen’s …Read the Rest

Alphas: “When Push Comes to Shove” Field Trip!

Welcome back Alphas fans! I am off to a fun Creation Entertainment event, the 2012 Stargate convention in Chicago Illinois! So see you in two weeks for my next Alphas review after my convention experiences! Regarding this week’s outstanding episode of Alphas written by Adam Levy, I hope all of you got your parental consent forms signed because it is time to go to rehab… “When push comes to shove” …Read the Rest

Alphas: “Alpha Dogs” – or “The First Rule of Fight Club…”

Hi Alphas! Remember the first rule of Fight Club… The name of the game is conflict in this week’s Alphas from Syfy. Over the course of an hour, we bear witness to possible mind control, two attempts to grow up, a whole lot of fighting, and the potential results of careful study. Who said being an Alpha was easy? Alphas Dogs: Following up on a dead Alpha, Doctor Lee Rosen …Read the Rest

Alphas: “The Quick and the Dead” or “Why When the Doctors Is Away I Self Pleasure Everyday!”

Welcome back Alphas fans, All in all, our grade for Alphas is a solid “A Plus” and what follows in our analysis here on why we believe that is so! Subsequent to eight months of imprisonment, and after Doctor Lee Rosen (David Strathairn) unexpectedly announced to the world the existence of Alphas, the government classified him as a “psychologically unstable” as an excuse to keep him captive subsequent to his …Read the Rest

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