Game of Thrones: “Blood of My Blood” Season 6 Episode 6 Review

The most focused episode of the season so far continues to set the pieces for bigger things to come. Season six needed to slow down for a minute and let some of

Bloodline Season 2 Review: House of Lies

Season two of Bloodline is once again all about Danny (Ben Mendelsohn). How could it not be? The now deceased member of the Rayburn family, murdered in one of last year’s final episodes by

Veep: “Thanksgiving” Season 5 Episode 5 Review

Coming off of last week’s stellar episode, Veep gives everyone something to do during a busy holiday-themed entry.

Ranking All the X-Men Movies

With X-Men: Apocalypse hitting theaters this week, marking the ninth installment of the original Marvel film franchise, we’re feeling a little nostalgic of 16 years and counting of mutant mayhem. Started in 2000 and still at

X-Men: Apocalypse Review: A Trilogy Ends With Only Partial Success

X-Men: Apocalypse is a mess. There are too many characters doing too many things, or too few in some cases, making for one of the most inconsistent, erratic superhero movies to date.

Arrow: “Schism” Season 4 Finale Review

Arrow finished one of its best seasons with a finale that truly resembled its title. The first half was spent rushing around to put pieces in place. But once there, this was every

The Flash: “The Race of His Life” Season 2 Finale Review

With those final moments, The Flash betrayed its viewers. It took an average, relatively climactic season finale and turned it into something terrible. As Legends of Tomorrow viewers learned, not to mention Barry just last season,

Game of Thrones: “The Door” Season 6 Episode 5 Review

Before “The Door,” season six ad been relatively light on tension. In place of it, some major characters had some really good things happen to them, which, I think, was necessary for

Veep: “Mother” Season 5 Episode 4 Review

A darkly comic episode of Veep is anchored by Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ fantastic performance.

The Nice Guys Review: Noir At its Funniest

The Nice Guys is all about tone. It doesn’t quite nail its characters as well as writer-director Shane Black nailed them when he wrote Lethal Weapon, but what’s there adheres to the wacky slapstick