Search Party: “Murder!” / “Conspiracy” Season 2 Episodes 1 and 2 Review

A darker tonal shift makes for some promising new storylines for Search Party‘s second season.

Morrissey “Low In High School” Review

Though wavering, Morrissey’s eleventh is a surprisingly bombastic trip.

Justice League Review: Good News and Bad News

Whether he understands it, or knows how to communicate it, or not, Zach Snyder is fascinated by the philosophy surrounding superheroes. That’s why he made Watchmen. That’s why he made Batman v.

South Park: “Moss Piglets” Season 21 Episode 8 Review

What do Heidi gaining weight, a special ed. science fair, and declining viewership of the NFL have to do with each other? The answer can be found in a pair of South Park episodes

American Horror Story: Cult: “Great Again” Season Finale Review

Cult ends its run in the most on-the-nose way possible…but it totally works.

American Horror Story: Cult: “Charles (Manson) in Charge” Season 7 Episode 10 Review

Cult‘s penultimate episode kills off some major players…as well as a plotline that turned out to be nothing more than a distraction.

I, Tonya Review: Taking Back the Truth

What’s left to be said about Tonya Harding that hasn’t been said already? A lot actually, when society advances a couple decades and you re-direct the point of view. In terms of

Star Wars Rebels: “Rebel Assault” Season 4 Episode 7 Review

If this mid-season finale proves anything, it’s that the Rebellion’s eyes in these early stages are far bigger than its stomach, and that also may have been true for Star Wars Rebels

Thelma Review: Blue is an ‘Unbreakable’ Color

The simplest way to describe Thelma is as taking a traditional superhero origin story and a restrained LGBTQ romance and smashing them together and giving the result and arthouse spin. But Norwegian director Joachim

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Review: Frances McDormand Leads a Small-Town Tale About More Than Revenge

The sequence of events in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri almost make it feel like a true story. One could say, the story is so ridiculous that it must be true. But