The Leftovers: “The Book of Kevin” Season 3 Premiere Review

Can Kevin Garvey die? That’s the question his new extended family is asking, the existence of which is probably the biggest surprise of the premiere. But The Leftovers has always succeeded in finding ways

Kendrick Lamar “DAMN.” Review

Kung Fu Kenny strikes again – with occasionally mixed but powerful results.

Feud: Bette and Joan: “Hagsploitation” Season 1 Episode 6 Review

Feud‘s latest episode proves that you’re only as good as your last success.

2017 Summer Movie Preview

It’s the time of year once more for summer blockbusters. For the next four months, aliens, super intelligent monkeys, and, of course, superheroes will take over the big screen. In what’s been

The Fate of the Furious Review: Cars, Espionage, and Family

This is the eighth Fast and the Furious movie. It features a submarine chasing the heroes on ice while they’re driving their colorful muscle cars. It also involves a cyberterrorist hacking a

Better Call Saul: “Mabel” Season 3 Premiere Review

Going into season three, the only thing that seems to be on everybody’s minds is the show’s introduction of Gus Fring, who might actually be the greatest TV villain of all time.

Girls: “Goodbye Tour” Season 6 Episode 9 Review

In a lot of way, “Goodbye Tour” would have made for a great series finale. The lack of Adam and Ray aside, Girls very smartly circumvents the difficult friendships these characters share to deliver

Homeland: “America First” Season 6 Finale Review

An insane amount was packed into “America First,” a tight hour of television that was pretty much perfectly paced. Surprisingly, for building up to the assassination attempt against Keane all season, only

Their Finest Review: Routine Feel-Good Fare That Eventually Rewards Patient Viewers

For most of its runtime, Lone Scherfig’s Their Finest plays like a harmlessly conventional feel-good story of a female screenwriter making her voice heard during World War II. Through this period, the film is

The Get Down Part 2 Review: Sex, Drugs, and Hip-Hop

“I’ll keep a light in my window, so I can ease the pain that life can bring,” Mylene sings an an energetic, life-affirming disco jam that debuts in the Part 2 opener.