The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story: “The Man Who Would Be Vogue” Season 2 Premiere Review

The biggest question I had coming out of the premiere of the second season of American Crime Story is who this season of the show is for. “The Man Who Would Be Vogue”

Paddington 2 Review: Bursting With Warmth, This Sequel Improves on the Original

Where the first Paddington was a more simple origin story, the sequel, also written and directed by Paul King, feels like the ultimate celebration of this cuddly character, while also bringing his charm into

2018 Golden Globe Predictions Part 2 – Television

Welcome to the second part of our Golden Globes forecast where we predict who will go home with the gold in the world of TV. The Globes is one of the most

2018 Golden Globe Predictions Part 1 – Movies

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is known for bringing some surprises to the table during awards season. Their hilarious, middle-finger nomination of Christopher Plummer this year proves that this tumultuous year hasn’t

Top 10 TV Episodes of 2017

An episode of a series sometimes has more power over the show itself—or even the television landscape at large—than the season it’s within. That’s why it’s important to highlight individual achievements for

Black Mirror: “Black Museum” Season 4 Episode 6 Review

The benefit of a grab-bag episode like “Black Museum” is that if one story doesn’t work, there’s another right around the corner that might. The season finale’s very concept, as it’s initially

Black Mirror: “Metalhead” Season 4 Episode 5 Review

“Metalhead” is the rare episode of Black Mirror where Charlie Brooker’s writing takes a back seat in favor of a new director coming in to put their stamp on the series. This is a

Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool Review: Fading Stars Don’t Look Like Stars at All

Like My Week With Marilyn before it, Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool does an admirable job making you feel for an icon who’s fallen from grace—largely through a showstopping performance as said icon, this time

Black Mirror: “Hang the DJ” Season 4 Episode 4 Review

Black Mirror is hardly a show to send people to find hope, but over the years, it’s shown its romantic side on a number of occasions. “Be Right Back” and “San Junipero”

Black Mirror: “Crocodile” Season 4 Episode 3 Review

Where “Arkangel”‘s drama was loud and fussy, “Crocodile” takes a much quieter approach, but the result is ultimately the same. This is another episode of Black Mirror where the protagonist can’t help themselves but