Suicide Squad Review: Not Bad Enough

DC has hit a bit of a slump since the turn of the decade. In the shadow of Marvel, the comic book rival’s films have paled in comparison to the snarky infusion

UnREAL: “Espionage” Season 2 Episode 9 Review

Some shocking moments lead to an excellent reunion on season 2’s penultimate episode.

Jason Bourne Review: A Profound Disappointment

With all the duds summer 2016 has put out so far, it was hard to not count on the ever reliable Bourne franchise to save the day. Director Paul Greengrass, helmer of

Mr. Robot: “eps2.2_init1.asec” Season 2 Episode 4 Review

Mr. Robot is rather arrogantly spinning its wheels. After the double premiere, the last two episodes suffered from being overlong, with this one in particular struggling to keep things interesting. If you’re watching

UnREAL: “Fugitive” Season 2 Episode 8 Review

After last week’s controversial episode, UnREAL does some solid course correction…at the expense of its authenticity.

Don’t Think Twice Review: Harsh Truths About Trying to Make It

Films get made about artists all the time, but rarely the aspiring artists who eventually get to an age where they have to pack up and try something new. Don’t Think Twice

Batman: The Killing Joke Review: An Uncomfortable Adaptation of the Controversial Classic

With the wide breadth of iconic characters all with differing but nevertheless huge personalities, Batman stories can really take any shape and form. Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight was celebrated for its

Looking: The Movie Review: Looking For Meaning in the Face of Cancellation

Friends went on probably a season and a half too long. By the time Rachel showed up at Ross’ door and said, “I got off the plane,” most of the audience had

BoJack Horseman Season 3 Review: The Continued Woes of an Anthropomorphic Hollywood

There was a brief empty space in the television landscape for the exploration of existential dread and depression after Mad Men ended in the spring of 2015. That very summer, BoJack Horseman’s

Star Trek Beyond Review: Less Bold, More Fun

At this point in 2016’s dull summer blockbuster lineup, you might be wishing for a film to boldly take you where no one has gone before. For those, the third Star Trek