“Once Upon a Crime”

Hey, guys.  Sorry for this VERY late post, I have been pretty busy lately.  I have already watched Castle Season 4 Episode 17, “Once Upon a Crime”, quite a while ago.  This episode is pretty interesting, because Writer Richard Castle solves who was the murderer just by how three victim’s bows on their dresses were tied.  The murderer this time kills two young women and dresses them as fairytale characters.  The first victim was dressed as Red Riding Hood and Snow White.  At last, to be less suspicious, she almost killed herself and dressed herself with a Sleeping Beauty costume, but Castle noticed the tying of the bow, so, Detective Beckett (Stana Katic) arrested her for murder.  I hope that you have watched it, and that you enjoyed it, and if you haven’t go online to watch it or download it and watch it!  Enjoy!



Hey, guys.  Sorry for the late post, I haven’t had access to the site these days, I have no idea why.  I have already watched Castle Season 4 Episode 16, “Linchpin”.  This episode continues to fill with excitement.  This time, Detective Kate Beckett (Stana Katic) and Writer Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion) finds out that one of their very own in the CIA betrays the country and tries to start a World War 3.  This mission is kept from lots of people, everyone in District 12, including Detective Javier Esposito (Jon Huertas), Detective Kevin Ryan (Seamus Dever), Captain Victoria Gates, also known as Iron Gates (Penny Johnson), Medical Examiner Lanie Perish (Tamala Jones), Intern Medical Examiner Alexis Castle (Molly C. Quinn), and also Richard Castle’s Mother Martha Rogers (Susan Sullivan).  This episode is highly recommended to watch, but will need to watch Castle Season 4 Episode 15, “Pandora” to understand the whole story, since the two episodes are connected.  I hope that for you all that have watched it, enjoyed it, and those who haven’t, should go download it or watch it online on www.sidereel.com.  Enjoy!


Hey, guys.  I have already watched Castle Season 4 Episode 15, “Pandora”.  This episode is still a mystery and it involves the CIA.  From the start of the episode, it shows the murderer and also how the victim died.  This time, it with a little bit of creation.  The murderer, Thomas Gage, an ex-CIA agent who went rogue, pushed down another active CIA agent (at least used-to-be before he died) down through a window, and before that, he was stabbed with a pencil in the throat, and also shot once.  With the work of Detective Kate Beckett (Stana Katic), Writer Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion), Detective Javier Esposito (Jon Huertas), and also Detective Kevin Ryan (Seamus Dever), they successfully found where Gage was through a security camera and also successfully saved the hostage that he took.  This time, Captain Victoria Gates, which is also known as Iron Gates in the 12th Precinct (Penny  Johnson), is very worried about this ruthless ex-CIA agent killer.  Gage was successfully captured, but he escaped from the holding cell.  When Gage escaped, the body of the victim disappeared under Alexis Castle (Molly C. Quinn)’s watch.  The reason that it was lost under Alexis’ watch is because she took an internship opportunity under the agreement of Martha Rogers (Susan Sullivan) and Medical Examiner Lanie Perish (Tamala Jones).  It was originally a secret, kept from Castle, but he found out when he saw Alexis at the crime scene.  Anyway, after the body disappears, Kevin and Javier brought up the precinct’s security footages, and found out that Gage was planned to be caught, he just needed access to the precinct’s computer to look up a name.  Beckett and Castle tracked down who Gage was looking for and planned a visit to the person’s house.  When Beckett and Castle got there, the woman was already dead, and so, they called out Lanie and Alexis to examine the body.  Meanwhile, when Beckett searches the house, a mysterious person had already sacked Castle, and Beckett looks at him, surprised, then the next second, there was a gun pointed at her head, which made her drop her gun.  The mysterious person sacked her too, and brought them to a CIA base where Castle reunites with a previous character, which has not been shown on screen before, the inspiration of Castle’s first book, Sofia Turner (Jennifer Beals).  Castle and Sofia spent one year together, just for him to write his first novel of Derrick Storm.  Their relationship makes Castle and Beckett get into a fight, but, they kind of make up, but that’s all I’m going to say.  The rest, you will have to find out by watching the episode!  The end of this episode doesn’t exactly have a complete ending, and the episode concludes with a “To be Continued”.  If you have already watched this episode, I hope you enjoyed it, and if you haven’t, go online right now to download and watch it, or go to www.sidereel.com to watch it!

“Pandora” Trailer

Hey, guys.  I know it’s a little bit late, but I had problems trying to get on the site to post these days.  Even though the episode has already aired, I would still like to give you guys the trailer, so, here is it, Castle Season 4 Episode 15, “Pandora” (1).  I will post another post after I watch it for a summary of  the episode.



Credits this time goes to Caskett27!

“The Blue Butterfly”

Hey, guys. I have already watched Castle Season 4 Episode 14, “The Blue Butterfly”. This episode was really entertaining than most of the others. As I said on my previous posts, this episode relates back to a murder back in 1947. This episode is about a man named Stan Banks, searching for a piece of jewelry, which was a necklace, the name is of course the name of the episode, The Blue Butterfly. The writer, Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion) imagines himself as a private investigator in the case, Detective Kate Beckett (Stana Katic) as Vera Mulqueen, Detective Kevin Ryan (Seamus Dever) and Detective Javier Esposito (Jon Huertas) as the mobster’s men, Alexis Castle (Molly C. Quinn) as Sally Mulqueen, and finally, Castle’s mother as his assistant throughout his imagination of the 1947’s crime. According to the episode, this necklace was cursed and was owned by an old mob called Tom Dempsey, that controlled Vera Mulqueen, his old girlfriend around. Soon, the Tom’s daughter, Sally, but she tells Joe that she is Vera’s sister, went out to find a private investigator named Joe Flynn to search for where Vera is. Joe headed down to the Pennybaker Club to look for clues of where Vera might be. The bartender of the club told him who Vera was and Joe fell in love with her. As soon as Tom oversaw Joe looking at Vera, he had his guys warn him about the consequences. Joe and Vera did some sneaking around since they were so in love. One day, while Tom and his men were listening to a game, Vera sneaked out to meet with Joe. Meanwhile Sally and her husband appears and points a gun at both of them, just to get the Blue Butterfly off Vera’s neck, instead, they fought, and Sally and her husband were accidentally killed. Joe and Vera was looking forward to run anyway together, and when Sally and her husband were dead, they thought of an idea. Joe and Vera moved their bodies into the nearest car, and poured gasoline all over the car, then set the car on fire to fake their deaths. Joe wrapped the Blue Butterfly with a napkin and hide it inside a wall right outside the club and they ran away. Tom died a few month later because of a heart attack. His grandson was found by the NYPD, searching Stan’s apartment. The rest, I will not talk about, it is for you to find out on your own. If you have already watched this Castle episode, I do hope that you enjoyed it, and if you haven’t, go online right now to download it or go to www.sidereel.comto watch it, and I hope you enjoy it! Peace out!

“The Blue Butterfly” Air

Hey, guys.  I know that Castle Season 4 Episode 14, “The Blue Butterfly” has aired.  I have not watched it myself yet, but, as soon as I do, and that I finish it, I will post a review right here on www.castlegenius.wordpress.com, so, I hope you guys can subscribe to this website, because I will have more and more Castle updates!  In addition, it is already mentioned that this episode is about a modern day murder and another murder that is traced way back to 1947.  Detective Kate Beckett (Stana Katic), Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion), Detective Javier Esposito (Jon Huertas), and Detective Kevin Ryan (Seamus Dever), all go back to revisit the case that happened in 1947.  Caskett appears again in this episode, so, it’s going to be an exciting one

“An Embarrassment of Bitches” Review

Hey, guys.  I have already watched Castle Season 4 Episode 13, “An Embarrassment of Bitches”.  This episode was kind of funny, it was about a dog show’s judge getting murdered.  The interesting thing is that someone installed a camera on a celebrity’s dog’s collar.  I don’t have a lot to say about this episode, it’s just that Caskett happened again when they both wanted to take care of the dog show’s judge’s dog, Royal.  It was really entertaining at one point where Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Detective Kate Beckett (Stana Katic) gets chased by dogs in a warehouse.  I hope you all have watched this episode, and if not, go online right now to www.sidereel.com to watch it!  I hope to those that watched it already, that you guys enjoyed it, and those who haven’t watched it, will enjoy it!  Peace out!