Legends of Tomorrow: “Leviathan” Season 1 Episode 13 Review

Well where has this energy been hiding? “Leviathan” came out of nowhere, almost to a fault. With virtually no forward momentum on Legends of Tomorrow in weeks, the episode rushes to build some and,

Arrow: “Canary Cry” Season 4 Episode 19 Review

A lot of TV shows deal with death, some on a routine basis (looking at you, Game of Thrones), but I have to admit, ever since Tommy Merlyn died, Arrow has stood out to me

The Flash: “Back to Normal” Season 2 Episode 19 Review

The strongest thing The Flash has going for it right now is how it recycles classic superhero stories and tropes and spits them in a nice, upbeat manner that reminds us why we read

Veep: “Morning After” Season 5 Premiere Review

Veep returns under new management, but is still as sharp and funny as ever.

Game of Thrones: “The Red Woman” Season 6 Premiere Review

Here we are. The time of inequality between Game of Thrones fans is over. Those who read the books and those who haven’t finally stand on equal ground. For that, “The Red Woman” has

Beyonce “Lemonade” Review

Beyonce is back with an album that matches the high expectations – but with entirely unexpected content.

Tale of Tales Review: Visually Stirring, But Unfocused

It’s easy to forget that many fairy tales are dark in nature. Disney’s catalogue of colorful films has ensured that light is found in these children’s stories. But their origins can be

Legends of Tomorrow: “Last Refuge” Season 1 Episode 12 Review

I know these CW superhero shows don’t need to make sense, this one especially. But man I wish it tried to just a little. There are some good things about “Last Refuge,”

Broad City: “Jews on a Plane” Season 3 Finale Review

Abbi and Ilana take their hijinks to the skies in a wholly enjoyable closer to Broad City‘s third season.

The Flash: “Versus Zoom” Season 2 Episode 18 Review

Whoa. Did The Flash just tie every little subplot into the fight against Zoom? Sure, there were some significant narrative hoops and unbelievable character decisions to get there. But if you’ve been paying attention,