Rick and Morty: “The Ricks Must Be Crazy” Season 2 Episode 6 Review

I love in “The Ricks Must Be Crazy” that Rick never questions whether he’s been created by a much smarter, vaguer force to start another society’s car battery. It would take a

Queen of Earth Review: Horror in the Mind

It Follows had its moments of genuine thrills, but Queen of Earth is the closest we’ve come to true horror in cinema all year.

Turbo Kid Review: The Adolescent Road Warrior

After a summer of dark, retro action movies that starkly range in quality (Mad Max: Fury Road and Terminator Genisys come to mind), Turbo Kid might be the first movie of the bunch to do away

Hannibal: “The Wrath of the Lamb” Season 3 and Series(?) Finale Review

And so ends the bloodiest, most beautiful, artistic, and underrated drama in television history. As season four looks less and less likely, Hannibal accidentally ends in the best way it possibly could. No, not

Z for Zachariah Review: A Tranquil End to the World

Now, at the very end of summer, we’ve been shown a number of post-apocalyptic futures. But none of them are as calm or tranquil as Z for Zachariah‘s, which is both a strength

Grandma Review: The Wrong Side of the Bed

On paper, Grandma is a great movie. Lily Tomlin plays a sassy, progressive grandmother to a young girl who just found out she’s pregnant and is scared. That is just a winning premise in

Masters of Sex: “Monkey Business” Season 3 Episode 7 Review

Bill Masters is the worst, and so is this entire episode.

Masters of Sex: “Two Scents” Season 3 Episode 6 Review

Masters of Sex delivers its most explosive scene of the season so far, but it still doesn’t know what to do about its Libby problem.

Rick and Morty: “Get Schwifty” Season 2 Episode 5 Review

Rick and Morty rarely puts anyone besides its titular characters and their immediate family in any sort of danger. “Get Schwifty” completely changed that, putting the entire planet at stake from giant floating

Hannibal: “The Number of the Beast is 666…” Season 3 Episode 12 Review

As Dolarhyde’s transformation takes its final steps, Hannibal comes rushing back on track. After three episodes of vague connections after the initial time jump, the “Red Dragon” arc has finally gotten to a level