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Andrew Buckley
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Husband, Father, Writer, and singular resident of planetkibi.com
Husband, Father, Writer, and singular resident of planetkibi.com

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Mass murder, strippers, and teenage sex. No it’s not a violent R-Rated action movie, it’s Riverdale on the CW! The Black Hood mystery doesn’t progress all that much this week, but we do get sent on a fun red herring goose chase after the Riverdale Reaper and the whole thing ends in tears.

http://www.andrewbuckleyauthor.com/blogocity/riverdale-s2-e8-house-of-the-devil-recap-review

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In the vein of George A. Romero’s TV show and movie of the same name, this week’s episode of Riverdale used interlocking and overlapping vignettes to progress the story in an artistic and creepy way. Let’s break it down and cut it up like a dead deer sitting in a tarp in the back of a pickup truck . . . (too dark?)

http://www.andrewbuckleyauthor.com/blogocity/riverdale-s2-e7-tales-from-the-darkside-recap-review

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Everyone in Riverdale wears a mask according to Jughead’s dark and ominous narration in this week’s new episode titled ‘Death Proof’. And he’s not wrong. From black ski masks, to rubber serpent masks, to the wolf masks from last season, to this season’s red circle head gear, there are truly a lot of masks in this town. Oh wait, he was using the mask statement as a metaphor . . . ? Okay fine, it’s less interesting, but let’s talk about that . . .

Read the full review: http://www.andrewbuckleyauthor.com/blogocity/riverdale-s2-e6-death-proof-recap-review

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​Let’s turn the teen angst level up a notch! Because let’s face it, Riverdale is normally so tame and bland . . . This week we had violence, date rape, drugs, psychological torture, and Hot Dog. Oh, and I have a theory as to who the Black Hood is . . . let’s get to it.

http://www.andrewbuckleyauthor.com/blogocity/riverdale-s2-e5-when-a-stranger-calls-recap-review

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This week’s episode of Riverdale proved one important thing: Even when the story is centered around Archie, he’s still not very interesting. Riverdale is devolving into a state of chaos and I’m starting to miss the days when the biggest drama was caused by Veronica and Archie making out in a closet. Remember those days? No, me either. Read my full recap and review . . . http://www.andrewbuckleyauthor.com/blogocity/riverdale-s2-e4-the-town-that-dreaded-sundown-recap-review

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The title of this week’s episode of Riverdale represents more of a cautionary tale for its cast of characters; a fairy tale-esque warning to those who dare step into the darkened woods whether it be literal or figurative. With that in mind, let’s take a look at what Archie and the gang got up to this week . . . Click through for the full review and recap.

http://www.andrewbuckleyauthor.com/blogocity/riverdale-s2-e3-the-watcher-in-the-woods-recap-review

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If I Knew Then What I Know Now About Writing . . . and some stuff about my career as a pirate. . . . https://the-avidreader.blogspot.ca/2017/10/12-blog-tour-giveaway-the-perils-of-growing-up-werewolf-by-andrew-buckley-CXC.html?zx=af512dcd2c8b70e9
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I guess we can let any delusions of a potentially light-hearted season 2 burn up in the flames of Thornhill. Or drown in the Sweet Valley River . . . whatever your preferred metaphor, things are continuing down a dark road in the town of #Riverdale. READ THE FULL RECAP & REVIEW . . .

http://www.andrewbuckleyauthor.com/blogocity/riverdale-review-s2-e2-nighthawks-recap-review
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