Written by WednesdaySPN
Category: Episode Reviews
The Winchesters TRESPASS into the sanctity of RELIGIOUS SPACES, WORKSPACES, and FAMILIES
needing spaces.Perez, playing Ketch-up, explores POWER and OLD TIMES.
WEDNESDAY’S WATCHING THURSDAY’S
SUPERNATURAL 12.04 “American Nightmare”
Writer: Davy Perez
Director: John Showalter
Airdate: November 3rd, 2016
WHAT DID I WATCH?
Welcome new writer, Davy Perez!
“Horror and Sci-Fi are the two things that brought me to the written word in the first place. It’s in my blood; I’m literally born on Halloween.” ~Davy Perez
On my wish list, for Season 12, was that scripts have some significant, smart, social, political commentary on real world concerns. Ta Da!
Forgive my verbosity but the well has been dry for sometime.
(Sorry to disappoint.)
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For Trespassers Or Saviours
High Angles For The Powerless
High Angle To Establish Location
High Angle To Exploit The Natural Setting
High Angle Shift To Take In The Whole Scene:
(UNIQUE Points Of view)
This brilliant interplay of High/ Low Angles is used as the discordant brothers struggled from behind/beside/in Baby.
Beside And Down with Magda
Behind Dean’s Back
(That is one Pie Dean doesn’t want.)
The Terrible Realism Of The Whippings.
(Shut your eyes, Nightsky!)
EYE CANDY BABY!
(With A Beautiful Transition)
Jensen Ackles as Grumpy!Dean
Jared Padalecki as Sam
FROM THE REAR VIEW
From 1.14 “Nightmare”
Season one to Season Twelve
1.04 “Phantom Traveler” 1.06 “Skin” 1.10 “Asylum” 12.04 “American Nightmare”
Ok, enough rear views!
RATING: 4 MOM MESSAGES OUT OF 5