Valorie Curry

Monday Night TV (3 Feb 2014) | TV Reviews


By: Cynthia A. Genre: Science-fiction, Crime drama Starring: Karl Urban, Michael Ealy, Minka Kelly, Mackenzie Crook, Michael Irby & Lili Taylor “Unbound”:  Guest starring the wonderful and talented, Gina Carano as   the killer bot XRN, Danika, and John Laroquette as Nigel, the creators of the DRN’s and the XRN.  Would just like to point out, Gina Carano in that corset and tights, yeah, the makings of the perfect warrior princess right there.  Wonder Woman, if you’re catching my drift Hollywood. Gina Carano []

Monday Night TV (27 Jan 2014) | TV Reviews


By: Cynthia A. Genre: Drama, Thriller, Psychological Thriller Starring: Kevin Bacon, James Purefoy, Shawn Ashmore, Valorie Curry, Jessica Stroup, Connie Nielson, Tiffany Boone, Camille De Pazzis & Sam Underwood “For Joe”:  Last night marked the second episode of the second season of this show.  Quick recap. Last night, the twins Jake and Max (Sam Underwood) are still out there creating scenes of murder, scenes from the novel written by Joe Carroll.  Not only that, they revealed themselves to Ryan (Kevin Bacon), calling []

Monday Night TV (29 Apr 2013)


Starring: Kevin Bacon, Natalie Zea, Annie Parisse, Shawn Ashmore, Valorie Curry, Nico Tortorella, Adan Canto, Kyle Catlett & James Purefoy In this episode (starting to think I should do spoiler free synopsis’s), Claire has been taken to a lighthouse by Joe and Ryan is trying desperately to get to her, following the breadcrumbs the the final “epic” show down between the two characters. The moment when Joe (James Purefoy) took possession of his kills was truly a powerful moment in the show.  It showed the intensity of his character as well as the insanity []

Monday Night TV (8 Apr 2013)


Starring: Kevin Bacon, Natalie Zea, Annie Parisse, Shawn Ashmore, Valorie Curry, Nico Tortorella, Adan Canto, Kyle Catlett & James Purefoy As of this moment, the best part of this show is Jake (Nico Tortorella).  The progression from this sweet boy to this cold blooded killer highlights just how possible it is for anyone to becoming a killer because once that part of the brain is affected, there are just so many ways it could go and often times than naught, a dark path is walked. []