Aaron Schultz is a writer and University of Missouri graduate who first became interested in sci-fi as a young child after watching movies such as “the Planet of the Apes,” and “2001: A Space Odyssey” with his Grandfather. His childhood love of journal writing turned into a passion for storytelling and blogging as an adult. He is a TV lover in general, but some of his favorite shows are The Vampire Diaries, Fringe, Falling Skies, How I Met Your Mother, and Chuck.
“Where is Peter Bishop,” is a question that fans of Fringe will no longer have to ask themselves as this week’s episode of Fringe, “Subject 9,” finally answered that question, in what was easily the strongest episode of the season so far. “Subject 9” opened up in Olivia Dunham’s apartment at 5:59am, as she was […]
This week’s episode of Fringe featured the team investigating a young boy that had somehow survived a deadly fungus that killed, and decomposed, those infected within hours. This episode took place “over-here”, and it is going to be interesting to see if the over-here/over-there episode pattern will keep going from last season, or if “our” […]
The second episode of Fringe’s fourth season, “One Night In October,” was a strong episode, that worked well as a stand-alone story without veering into formulaic “case of the week” territory. There were also nice moments that tied into the show’s overall mythology, and as a whole the episode did well at developing the reluctant […]
After what seemed like one of the longest hiatus’s I’ve ever had to endure, Fringe finally returned this past Friday night for it’s 4th season in full force. The season opener picked up where last season left off, providing just as many questions as it answered in true Fringe fashion. For those not in […]