Kyrie Scarce

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  • Hmm. When we last saw Liv, things had taken a turn for the depressing (if not yet apocalyptically dire). Ravi had just discovered his current zombie cure was only a temporary fix. Liv broke up with Major, believing their needs were too incompatible for a relationship. And, perhaps most distressingly, Clive ended his partnership with […]

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  • Flashback to 2011, when the CW — presumably inspired by the success of The Vampire Diaries’ first season and a half — orders another adaptation of an L.J. Smith teen fantasy series centered on supernatural events in a small town populated by angsty high schoolers and suspicious adults. This time, the protagonists are witches, out to investigate the legacy […]

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  • Friends, I cannot contain my excitement any longer: I have to talk about the Engelsfors Trilogy. “But, Kyrie,” you might say. “You haven’t even finished the third book, right?” Oh, like that’s going to stop me. Here is the initial premise of the first book, The Circle (or Cirkeln, in the series’ original Swedish version): after […]

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  • Every so often, iZombie takes a break from being emotionally distressing and plot-important to do an episode that’s just pure unleaded fun. Which seems weird to say, since the show is always lighthearted and entertaining, but it’s usually combined with heaping doses of suspense and drama. “Abra Cadaver” was straight-up joyful with only enough limited pathos […]

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  • With six episodes down for the current entry of Liv Moore’s increasingly complicated undead personal life, we’re nearly halfway through the season already. (I know, right? Wild!) There’s been a lot to keep up with — Liv and Major coming back together, the return of Peyton and her joyfully increasing plot importance, Blaine’s personal agenda, […]

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  • It’s not news: I’m a total Karma Ashcroft/Katie Stevens fan. I try not to focus on that in my posts at the expense of other great characters and the talented performers behind them on this show, because everyone’s nuanced and compelling and I love talking about all of them! But our most recent episode, “The […]

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