Alien: Covenant Review: Ridley Scott Steers the Beloved Series Back on Track

There are two sci-fi franchises chiefly associated with film that garner more respect than all the others: Star Wars and Alien. With their respective originals released two years apart in the ’70s,

Fargo: “The House of Special Purpose” Season 3 Episode 5 Review

Fargo needed something big to happen in “The House of Special Purpose.” Aside from one astounding episode, I don’t think there’s a viewer out there who would argue that season three isn’t at

Arrow: “Missing” Season 5 Episode 22 Review

Look, no one is pretending that Arrow did all the set up it needed to for the finale they’re going for to truly pay off. But “Missing” makes up a lot of ground. Next

The Leftovers: “It’s a Matt, Matt, Matt, Matt World” Season 3 Episode 5 Review

I remember when I fell in love with The Leftovers. It was season one, episode three, “Two Boats and a Helicopter,” where Matt Jamison took the show’s first solo perspective episode and ran

American Gods: “Head Full of Snow” Season 1 Episode 3 Review

As American Gods settles into its groove, it’s going to need to do something about Shadow Moon soon. Ricky Whittle has very little material thus far to attach us to his hero, aside from

Hounds of Love Review: Character First

So far, the 2017 indie scene will undoubtedly go down for the number of hyper-realistic, artistic horror films/thrillers that feature a simple but strongly emoted character arc. This new wave has left

Fargo: “The Narrow Escape Problem” Season 3 Episode 4 Review

Does Fargo need more special episodes like last week’s “The Law of Non-Contradiction.” We may only be four episode into season three, but there’s a bit of a sense of been there done that

Master of None Season 2 Review: Bolder, Fresher, Aziz Ansari Proves Himself a Master

Audience engagement is crucial for critical darling Master of None. This is a show where the showrunners have something to say, and the streaming service they’re on is willing to let them say

Arrow: “Honor Thy Fathers” Season 5 Episode 21 Review

It all comes down to legacy on this week’s Arrow. “Honor Thy Fathers” is mostly here to continue bringing five seasons of this show together in some meaningful manner. Arrow started with Oliver trying to

The Lovers Review: An Easy Renewal

What Azazel Jacobs’ The Lovers does best is put on display the intricacies of attraction. Tracy Letts and Debra Winger perfectly showcase the mannerisms of two people simultaneously bored by each other