Alfonso Caurón’s latest achievement is brimming with virtuosic qualities, but it might be too beautiful for its own good.
Matt Damon hosts the Christmas episode of SNL as the show airs its final episode of the year!
Three of the four shows airs their mid-season finale as part of the epic three-part crossover!
Jason Momoa hosts a successful episode of SNL ahead of his upcoming hit Aquaman
The end comes for the Baudelaire children. It has some issues, but closes out strong.
A fun, if a little familiar, holiday special for Sabrina fans.
Magical girls saving their world.
Claire Foy, star of The Crown, First Man and The Girl in the Spider’s Web hosts, along with Anderson .Paak in promotion of his new album Oxnard
Keeping you up to date with the latest in the Arrowverse!
Timo Tjahjanto’s relentless action gorefest contains some wild fight scenes, but is burdened by a bloated running time.
Timo Tjahjanto’s new horror film is somewhat tired in concept, but buoyed by some thrilling camerawork.
Kurt Russell’s straight-talking Santa highlights Netflix’s new Christmas tale
Steve Carell hosted Saturday Night Live this week in promotion of his lead role in Beautiful Boy
MST3K returns with The Gauntlet, a marathon-style nightmare for our heroes to suffer through for our benefit.
Saturday Night Live was back this week with Liev Schreiber hosting and Lil Wayne performing musical duties. An odd pairing to say the least, but SNL never really strives to give their host-to-music combo any […]
Supergirl This was really good! In what was the best episode of Supergirl in as long as I can remember, legitimate stakes were set out for the fourth season. We got to see the origin […]
Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin star in this pleasant and fun look at getting older.
The new start for the Netflix series brings standout performances from Diego Luna and Michael Pena, and a tense look at the search for respect.
A strong return in its final season, Robin Wright dominates the show as she rightfully claims her place.
A return to the scene finds new life, but with less to talk about, Part Two can feel a little slow.
A great new series from Netflix, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is a fun season of television with a great lead performance in Kiernan Shipka.
Welsh director Gareth Evans made a name for himself with the bone-crunching Indonesian action movies The Raid and The Raid 2, introducing the world to the Silat martial arts style and reinvigorating the genre in […]
An exceptional return, Daredevil is back with its best season yet.
Author’s note: This article CONTAINS SPOILERS for the episode of discussion and all episodes of the series that have preceded it. Here we arrive at the season finale of the fourth season of Better Call […]
I just want a quiet house. I thought that if you could hear the voices, you’d be able to stop them. It’s that time of year when a multitude of horror films come out during […]
Author’s note: This article CONTAINS SPOILERS for the episode of discussion and all episodes of the series that have preceded it. Episode 9 of the fourth season of Better Call Saul sees all the main […]
After two intimately-scaled, white-knuckled Americana thrillers (Blue Ruin and Green Room), director Jeremy Saulnier decides to stretch his abilities as a storyteller by unwinding his tightly threaded grotesqueries, opting instead for a sprawling and, comparatively, […]
Light spoilers for the entire series, followed by a spoiler section with a little more detail on some particulars. Netflix is now putting out an absurd amount of content at an unfathomable rate. Every single […]
Big Mouth returns with more hardships and complicated feelings. It’s still a hell of a show.
Netflix and Mike Flanagan bring us a fantastic new version of the classic tale.
A masterful limited series with gorgeous direction and impeccable performances from Jonah Hill and Emma Stone.
Like our love lives, our relationships with television can be marked with Facebook-like status updates. Falling in love, falling out of love, taking a break, unconditional love til the day we die; these are all […]
We all grow up, we all go through changes, and we all feel really awkward about it. There’s a lot we can’t say to someone else, even though they’re going through the exact same thing […]
Author’s note: Five of the ten episodes were provided for review. The full season arrives on September 21st. Netflix is going classic with its new series, The Good Cop, premiering September 21st. The comedy/drama, from […]
Author’s note: This article CONTAINS SPOILERS for the episode of discussion and all episodes of the series that have preceded it. After a slightly slow start to the season, Better Call Saul is back fiercer […]
*only minor spoilers ahead* The year Stranger Things was unleashed onto Netflix’s catalog many weird things happened: Winona Ryder and Christmas lights, monsters pushing their way through wallpaper and fake cadavers stuffed like toys. Among […]
Author’s note: the first three episodes were provided for review. Netflix’s The Dragon Prince, its first season arriving September 14th, feels like a blast from the past. It has the trappings of a scrappy, fun […]
Author’s note: This article CONTAINS SPOILERS for the episode of discussion and all episodes of the series that have preceded it. With another episode of Better Call Saul, we are drawn further into the push […]
Shirkers has been with Sandi Tan for over twenty years. Well, let’s take a step back—that’s not entirely true. For many years it was held captive from its creator. This is the story about an […]
Modern young adult life is filled with all kinds of puzzles to figure out. Social media, your sexuality, finals, identity politics, relationships, social issues, and much much more. I haven’t seen something articulate the gossipy […]
With GLOW, Netflix lucked into the perfect sitcom formula. Following the Women’s Liberation Movement in the ‘70s, GLOW (Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling) was a kitschy women-driven alternative to the steroid and testosterone driven male-dominated leagues. […]
The second season of Ozark, premiering on August 31st on Netflix, is a season of risk versus reward. The risk is at an all-time high, and the reward is far greater… provided the risk doesn’t […]
Sometimes, what goes on underneath the surface is scarier than what we see. Mindhunter, the latest Netflix creation from thriller extraordinaire David Fincher, follows FBI agents Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff) and Bill Tench (Holt McCallany) […]
Author’s note: There are mentions of basic plot for the first three episodes, but the review does not go into any true spoilers. Netflix’s Disenchantment, created by Matt Groening, is an animated comedy about Princess […]
May as well continue tracking the Godzilla films I watch. I am going to start by saying I’m not a big anime fan. Traditional cartoon animation is what I grew up on and is what […]
Like Father is a worthwhile but ultimately average Netflix Original that surpasses expectations with its down the middle family drama and endearing performances from Kelsey Grammer and Kristen Bell. When workaholic Rachel (Bell) is left […]
Another day, another Netflix Original movie. It might be hard to remember, but there was a time—right after the first season of Orange Is The New Black was released—when you heard of a Netflix Original you off […]
The premise of TAU is a simple one. We open with urban nightlife and meet a mysterious young woman living a life of crime. Saving up her money in order to progress in life. After, […]
Merry Christmas Eve, bitch!
I sat down for supper last night and saw on Discord that it was viewing party night so I thought, what the hell. I had never heard of this previously and went in completely blind. […]
Anon sets out to prove itself amongst the Netflix original films.
From the director of Train to Busan
Everything Sucks! is a Netflix Original coming of age story set in real life Boring, Oregon in 1996. After members of the audio/visual club destroy the drama club equipment, they are forced into making a […]
I often wondered what Angelina Jolie was up to, but little did I know she was working on a biopic that would send chills down my spine. First They Killed My Father is a historical biopic […]
The End of the F***ing World is Netflix’s first talked-about series other than Devilman: Crybaby to grace the month of January. If you have watched the trailer you would know this show has a crazy […]
2018 comes out blasting with Masaaki’s Devilman Crybaby. The most ultra-violent, sexual, and demonic thing to ever touch Netflix. Devilman Crybaby is also the first of Netflix’s new anime push. Which is pretty insane given […]