Supernatural Season 10

  • WFB Deja Vu Review: Supernatural 10.12 "About A Boy"

    We are half way through season 10's reruns! Does that mean we're half way through Hellatus??

    Alice, Nightsky and Robin take a second look at "About A Boy", viewing it through the lens of hindsight, knowing what is to come for Sam, Dean and the Mark of Cain...
  • The WFB Supernatural Season Ten Editor's Choice Awards, Part One

    Supernatural fans, you had your chance to be heard, now it's my turn! What sort of award categories did this highly opinionated redhead come up with this year? As usual, an entertaining mix of the good, bad, and completely shallow! Here is part one of the WFB Editor's Choice Awards for Season Ten in no particular order: 

  • WFB Deja Vu Review: Supernatural 10.11 "There's No Place Like Home"

    Have you ever heard the saying “Hindsight is 20/20”? It means that we are all wiser about the past once we know the future. Last year the WFB writing staff tested this theory with a new review series called "DejaVu Reviews". We would like to share a few more of these "looking back" insights with you for season 10, starting with "There's No Place Like Home"!
  • RearView Review: Supernatural 10.12 "About A Boy"

    BELIEVE

    If you BELIEVE in yourself, anything is possible, especially a second chance.
    If you BELIEVE in yourself, you can live your life fully and not hide from temptation.

  • Fan Video of the Week: Supernatural Reflections "There's No Place Like Home"

    "A heart is not judged by how much you love; but by how much you are loved by others" L. Frank Baum, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

    Well, this weeks video was a pickle. I am glad that Nightsky did her weekly re-watch because CW is not showing reruns and who knows what episode we will get next. Until then I will follow WFB re-watch with my weekly fan video articles. So, in this episode we got Charlie back but not like she was before. Her time in OZ had been full of battle and she had been split to two, her good side and her bad side. During the run of Supernatural she hasn't been the only one that has done that.
  • RearView Review: Supernatural 10.11 "There's No Place Like Home"

    THEME

    If a man beats a woman horrifically, she'll forgive him if he was "under the influence"
    and if she
    was behaving badly.

  • Fan Video of the Week: Supernatural Reflections "The Hunter Games"

    "Real inner strength is virtue of those who have armed themselves with power of courage, fighting spirit and self promise not to give up." Anil Kumar Sinha

    This week I can return back to basics with the article and I found a fan video where they used a song from the episode. It is very fitting if you look at the lives of our heroes. It has been a very long and black road and there is no end in sight. After these ten years the brothers don't seem to want it in any other way. In a weird way Impala is their real home. It is not the bunker really because like Jensen said the boys don't have emotional home and center at the moment. After Bobby died they didn't really get one back. Who knows if they ever will.
  • RearView Review: Supernatural 10.10 "The Hunter Games"

    THEME

    If you can’t trust your family, who can you trust?
    There's a little monster in all of us.

  • Fan Video of the Week: Supernatural Reflections "The Things We Left Behind"


    "Dean: Team Free Will. One ex-blood junkie, one dropout with 6 bucks to his name, and Mr. Comatose over there. Awesome."
    5.13 The Song Remains the Same

    New week and again new tricks. This video hunt of the week started like any other, trying to find the idea and inspiration. Last week I already used the women of Supernatural theme so I needed to think something else. I checked if the episode had a song I could search for and use and even that idea was a dead end. The episode had the scene and story about John Winchester but a nice video for that was already covered by Wednesday on her review article that you can find here: RearView Review: Supernatural 10.09
  • Supernatural Trivia - 10.10 The Hunter Games



    This week's rerun we have the aftermath from Dean's MOC induced massacre and the return of Metatron. Are you ready to have some fun and play Trivia.
    Be honest with yourself! Rewatching the episode to look for the answers is definitely allowed.

    Give yourself one point for every right answer (We'll let you decide for yourself if and when you deserve partial credit for half-right answers!) Perfect Score this week is 16. Let us know how you did!

  • Nate Winchester's Supernatural Remix: 10.07 - 10.09

    Time to catch up!
  • RearView Review: Supernatural 10.09, "The Things We Left Behind"

    THEME

    Things we leave BEHINDsometimes catch up to us no matter how manyWALLS
    we
    build to keep from feeling the consequences, guilt, remorse, and pain.
    To be left BEHIND, or to feel the abandonment of parents, leaves irreparable scars.
    True family is there when we NEED them and without ulterior motives.

  • RearView Review: Supernatural 10.08 "Hibbing 911"

    THEME

    This world has its share of bullies who suck the life out of you. What happens when you discover there’s a whole new world of bloodsucking monsters? Well, if a sister with a machete and a couple of brothers have your back, you realize you had the “power all along, my dear.”
  • RearView Review: Supernatural 10.07 "Girls, Girls, Girls"



    What do enslaved prostitutes have to do with Supernatural?
    Their powerlessness and inability to consent have distinct parallels with characters
    whose bodies are possessed and controlled by "monsters".
    Robert Berens unites the realistic horrors of the sex slave industry with the Season’s themes:
    Monster/Human Condition, Facing Death, and the impact of Family/ Loved Ones.


  • Fan Video of the Week: Supernatural Reflections "Ask Jeeves”

    Welcome to Monster Mash!

    You could call this “a Monster of the Week tribute” because of the video but also because of the start of the episode. The “Then” recap at the beginning made us remember different kinds of monsters through the years at the same time it was hiding the real monster culprit among them. "Ask Jeeves" was not that much “find the murderer” than “find the monster” episode. But I am not sure these monsters would want to play clue with the viewer. They might have something else in their minds!
  • The WFB Supernatural Season Ten Fan Choice Awards - The Results!

    You voted, you told us how you felt, and now after plenty of science (fine, just a clever app), we have results!  Announcing, the WFB Supernatural Season Ten Fan Choice Award results!  Did your favorites win, place, or show? Time of find out. 
  • Supernatural Trivia 10.06 - "Ask Jeeves"

    This week's rerun is a light humour tribute to the game of Clue. So add to the fun and play some Trivia.
    Be honest with yourself! Rewatching the episode to look for the answers is definitely allowed.

    Give yourself one point for every right answer (We'll let you decide for yourself if and when you deserve partial credit for half-right answers!) Perfect Score this week is 16. Let us know how you did!

     

  • Fan Video of the Week: Supernatural Reflections "Fan Fiction"


    This will be again special fan video of the week article that will have two videos presented. It is really fitting because this is the episode they celebrated the 200th episode of Supernatural. I really liked Fan Fiction as an episode because they again took a risk and decided to treat us with something new. Something they hadn't done yet.
  • RearView Review: Supernatural 10.06 "Ask Jeeves"

    THEME
    A Double ‘whodunit’!  One murderer gets away with it.
    It’s difficult to keep track of the clues with all the false leads and humour.
    There’s a big clue in the “Road So Far” segment but many distracting ones.
    Did you miss something? 
    Watch again. Play along. REVIEW with me. Do you have a CLUE?

  • RearView Review: Supernatural 10.05 "Fan Fiction"

    “Will BROTHERLY love triumph over the DARK POWERS of EVIL?”
    “*Meta Fiction is when a TV show comments on its own fiction and/or other pieces of fiction” 
    “*A Straw Fan is a plot of a thinly veiled attack on fans and their complaints about the work.”