Legion: “Chapter 7” Review

Legion is deceptively simple. Like all superhero shows, it has a villain, and a team of good guys fighting to take him out. Subplots include a wife looking for her missing husband and

Arrow: “Kapiushon” Season 5 Episode 17 Review

Whoa. Did Arrow just have a major comeback? “Kapiushon” was excellent in so many ways, that its small faults can easily be forgiven. It’s only the second truly great episode of the season, after

Feud: Bette and Joan: “Mommie Dearest” Season 1 Episode 3 Review

A stirring, and often quite funny, Feud shows just how much Bette and Joan had in common… even as they continued to butt heads.

Big Little Lies: “Once Bitten” Episode 5 Review

Nicole Kidman is a revelation in Big Little Lies‘ best episode yet.

Girls: “Full Disclosure” Season 6 Episode 6 Review

The best moment in “Full Disclosure” comes during the credits. Through Adam’s film, we see a version of how Hannah and Adam met for the first time. It’s a scene written so

Homeland: “Sock Puppets” Season 6 Episode 9 Review

Has anyone watching Homeland ever had true affection for Dar Adal? There’s a scene at the end of season four where he, Carrie, Saul, and Quinn are sitting in a backyard shooting the

The Devil’s Candy Review: A Somehow Boring Mash-Up

For an occult horror film specifically made for metalheads, The Devil’s Candy sure is boring. That’s mostly because director Sean Byrne doesn’t fully embrace the culture of either, nor the connections between the two

Star Wars Rebels: “Twin Suns” Season 3 Episode 18 Review

I’m conflicted. On one hand, “Twin Suns” is a beautifully made episode that wraps up a long running subplot of this saga in an emotional way. On the other hand, why did

Legion: “Chapter 6” Review

Every superhero needs a supervillain. The way Legion frequently and lovingly plays in the X-Men universe hadn’t really given way for a true antagonistic force to deliver itself until last week, when Lenny was

Beauty and the Beast Review: It Was Corporate Greed Killed the Beast

On top of Marvel and Star Wars, Disney’s least inventive way of taking all our money is remaking their own animated classics into live-action films that are marketed as both nostalgia and