Ink Master s6/e9 review – 8/18/15

As the competition continues true colors are revealed.  This week featured underhanded schemes and motives to strategically eliminate the competition on this episode of ‘Ink Master’, Composed and Exposed which aired Tuesday, August 18, 2015. The plotting progressed as the remaining artists formed new alliances. Only 11 artists were left

Victor Farinelli: Ink Master Review (Finale)

By Victor Farinelli  Well, the end is finally here. In the two-episode finale of this season of Ink Master, I have been left wondering the meaning of life. Well no, not really, but it has a good ring to it. Our contestants are finally whittled down to the last four.

Victor Farinelli: Ink Master Review (Episode 9)

By Victor Farinelli  This week's episode opens with Sarah bitching about the judges not giving her a good honest critic. I call bullshit. The judges have actually done a pretty good job of telling this motley crew what they did wrong and what they need to improve on. I have been

Victor Farinelli: Ink Master Review (Episode 8)

By Victor Farinelli  Ink Master is a train wreck and Sarah Miller is the engineer. As I said in my last post, she needs serious mood stabilizing medication. She is a shitstorm of manic depression. This episode is not different. This episode was the black and gray challenge, and the special guest

Victor Farinelli: Ink Master Review (Episode 6)

By Victor Farinelli  Let’s celebrate the land of the free, home of the brave with GUNS! Sorta like banjos, only different. Episode VI was “all about attention to detail,” Dave Navarro emphasized. For the flash challenge, the contestants had to carve an image into the stock of a gun. Guns owned

Victor Farinelli: Ink Master Review (Episode 5)

By Victor Farinelli  Before I get started on the recap, I want to rattle some cages. There is some gab on the inter-webs about the contestants on Ink Master “stealing” tattoos from other artists. Don’t know if it is true or not, but some interesting tidbit came to my awareness that

Victor Farinelli: Ink Master Review (Episode 4)

By Victor Farinelli  “Tattoo Her What?!” or “I am a Tattoo Artist That Leads a Sheltered Life.” So the big hub-bub about this episode is that a gal wanted to get a phoenix coming out of her tunnel of love. It seems that all the artists thought this was over the

Victor Farinelli: Ink Master Review (Episode 3)

By Victor Farinelli  This week’s episode is titled “80-Year-Old Virgin” or “I Have No Respect for Traditional Tattoos.” You don’t have to be part of the skinhead retirement program to have respect for traditional tattoos. The masonic temple that is Western tattooing is built on its foundation. It is our history. I

Victor Farinelli: Ink Master Review (Episodes 1 & 2)

By Victor Farinelli  Let the madness begin! The second season of Ink Masters is upon us. Spike TV aired two episodes this last week for our viewing pleasure. Episode One: Tattooing the Dead Let’s start off with the season premiere titled “Tattooing the Dead” or “How bad can I fuck up a snake

Victor Farinelli: ‘Ink Master’ Prologue

By Victor Farinelli On Tuesday October 9th, Ink Masters Season 2 begins. I am not here to say anything pro or con about this show or shows about tattooing in general. I am just a sucker for “reality” TV. I used to watch wrestling when I was a kid. That’s real,

Ink Master Season 2 Sneak Peak

Courtesy of Spike TV: Spike has more skin in the game going into season two of its highest-rated original series Ink Master, which returns Tuesday, October 9 at 10 PM, ET/PT, with back-to-back one-hour episodes. This season the ante is raised, now with 16 top tattoo artists from around the