Scream Queens: “Haunted House” Season 1 Episode 4 Review

Scream Queens‘ two-part Halloween special starts off with an episode that goes all over the place.

Heroes Reborn: “The Needs of Many” Season 1 Episode 4 Review

What’s going on on Heroes Reborn? Does anyone really know? If you do, do you care? Has anything even happened yet? No, not really.

Arrow: “Green Arrow” Season 4 Premiere Review

“Green Arrow” contains an event that the folks watching Arrow have been waiting for for years. Oliver puts on a slightly brighter costume and starts calling himself the Green Arrow. Unfortunately, this momentous turn

Bridge of Spies Review: Spielberg Doesn’t Take Sides

Not all Steven Spielberg films are created equal. Bridge of Spies continues the director’s prolonged shift away from the genre films that built his name to what it is today. It’s been 13 years

The Flash: “The Man Who Saved Central City” Season 2 Premiere Review

If the season two premiere is any indication of what’s to come, it’s time to get excited. The Flash returns with a more consistent tone, less expository dialogue, and better action.

Rick and Morty: “The Wedding Squanchers” Season 2 Finale Review

Rick and Morty‘s second finale went in a direction I don’t think anyone would have expected. Humor took a backseat for the second half of the episode, which instead focused on delivering

The Leftovers: “Axis Mundi” Season 2 Premiere Review

Where do you go from where The Leftovers season one left off? Mapleton was consumed by the fires of grief, and the Garveys were somehow more distant from each other than ever. But there

Homeland: “Separation Anxiety” Season 5 Premiere Review

Showtime’s CIA thriller started off its fifth season with what could’ve been the pilot for an entirely new show.

Masters of Sex Season 3 Review: Quite A Boring Revolution

Masters of Sex entered the swinging 60s with such promise…which is why season 3’s utter lack of sizzle was such a letdown.

Steve Jobs Review: The Truth Hurts

Some will call this new biopic of Apple’s legendary CEO preposterous. Some of it downright is. But what those people will miss is a true artist exercising his abilities as a storyteller