Under the Dome: Black Ice (Recap and Review)

Under the Dome: Black Ice (Recap and Review)

Under the Dome: Black Ice looks to be attempting to finish up this over-long adaptation of the Stephen King novel. The author showed his apparent support by showing up in a cameo at the beginning of season two. However, with the slow pace and almost complete deviation from the original source material King may start asking CBS to “let my people go.” With this week’s events the release of the trapped Chester’s Mill residents may not be that far off. There are, after all, only two episodes left in the season and the dome is moving.

Under the Dome: The Fall (Recap and Review) *Contains Spoilers*

Under the Dome: The Fall (Recap and Review)
*Contains Spoilers*

Under the Dome: The Fall had Pauline, Barbie and Sam along with Hunter May, Barbie’s dad’s computer expert, make it into Chester’s Mill via the red door and the lake. Kyle apparently does not make it back or at the very least is missing and things in the Mill are changing once again. Leaves on the trees are changing color and the air is turning cold. While Julia looks at the dying leaves with Rebecca, Barbie shows up and interrupts the two women.

Under the Dome: The Fall (Recap and Review) *Contains Spoilers*

Under the Dome: The Fall (Recap and Review)
*Contains Spoilers*

Under the Dome: The Fall had Pauline, Barbie and Sam along with Hunter May, Barbie’s dad’s computer expert, make it into Chester’s Mill via the red door and the lake. Kyle apparently does not make it back or at the very least is missing and things in the Mill are changing once again. Leaves on the trees are changing color and the air is turning cold. While Julia looks at the dying leaves with Rebecca, Barbie shows up and interrupts the two women.

Under the Dome: Stretching Stephen King to the Limit

Under the Dome: Stretching Stephen King to the Limit

After binge watching the Stephen King adaptation of Under the Dome in an effort to catch up to the second season, it is becoming apparent that the show’s producers are trying to stretch the horror master’s book to the absolute limit. Fans of the novel have probably stopped watching the CBS series quite some time ago as it does deviate a good bit from its source material.