Prince of Hell

  • Fan Video of the Week: Supernatural Reflections 13.02 "The Rising Son”


    "All the seven deadly sins are man's true nature. To be greedy. To be hateful. To have lust. Of course, you have to control them, but if you're made to feel guilty for being human, then you're going to be trapped in a never-ending sin-and-repent cycle that you can't escape from.” ― Marilyn Manson

    Here he comes. Last of the Princes of Hell. Asmodeus' character in Supernatural actually follows his real life mythology counterpart fairly well, as you will see later. That is why it was pretty easy to get an idea for this article, yet still it is little bit complex. Because he is the demon of lust, I chose that word as the theme for this article. It also connects the story to the seven deadly sins that are related to the same word as well. I collected a lot information about all three princes from real mythology and how they connect to the sins. I also found two videos that fit and they are pretty great. There is one extra video about Jack at the end of the article. It was too good to pass  up! 

  • Threads: Supernatural 13.02 "The Rising Son"

    Four Days Later

    Following on the heels of a fabulous season 13 premiere episode, “The Rising Son” was a tense, suspenseful, thoughtful second chapter in the story of Jack, the misunderstood all-powerful-being child. Once again, Alexander Calvert’s nuanced portrayal of the most powerful creature on earth housed inside a naïve, well-intentioned 3 day, 17 hours and 42 minute old teenager gave the character an emotional depth that was engaging and edgy. Throughout the episode, I held my breath along with Sam and Dean to see if Jack's father’s or mother’s genes would rule his actions at any given moment.

  • Threads: Supernatural 12.12 "Stuck in the Middle (with you)"

    The Morning After

    Well that was a unique and surprisingly creative episode! “Stuck in the Middle (with you)” kept the audience guessing from the first seconds in the diner to the last second when red eyes glared at us out of the darkness! The script, the direction, even the music, all worked together to keep us off balance. Fans were constantly trying to catch up and sort out what was happening.