Star Wars Rebels: “The Last Battle” Season 3 Episode 5 Review

Nostalgia is a funny thing. Star Wars: The Clone Wars only truly ended when the Netflix season was released in early 2014. But with The Force Awakens, Rogue One, and Rebels steadfast on recreating the feel of the

Black Mirror: “Men Against Fire” Season 3 Episode 5 Review

If you’ve seen every episode of Black Mirror before “Men Against Fire,” it probably felt relatively familiar to you. It follows the very root of the series, which is telling unsettling, complex stories

Black Mirror: “San Junipero” Season 3 Episode 4 Review

For much of “San Junipero” runtime, there’s barely any science fiction. We find ourselves in the titular fictional beach town in 1987, where awkward newcomer Yorkie (Mackenzie Davis) meets an electric weekly

Black Mirror: “Shut Up and Dance” Season 3 Episode 3 Review

“Shut Up and Dance” is the first episode of season three that could take place in the present and no one would bat an eye. There are no stretches in technological advancement

Black Mirror: “Playtest” Season 3 Episode 2 Review

For what ends up being a small chamber horror, it’s a natural move for Charlie Brooker to enlist 10 Cloverfield Lane director Dan Trachtenberg for “Playtest.” The camera leans slowly with our hero as

Black Mirror: “Nosedive” Season 3 Premiere Review

It’s been almost two years since we last got new Black Mirror, inching toward four years since it was regularly airing. That’s a longer gap than most shows tend to survive. But Charlie Brooker’s

Better Things: “Duke’s Chorus” Season 1 Episode 7 Review

“Duke’s Chorus” brought forward a previously unexplored aspect of Sam’s life as a single mother. We’ve seen her navigate a few adult friendships so far, but here we see her get in

South Park: “Douche and a Danish” Season 20 Episode 5 Review

Maybe there’s a plan after all? Slowly but surely, season 20’s scattered storylines are getting pulled together. “Douche and a Danish” not only started to divulge the main point of the season,

Arrow: “A Matter of Trust” Season 5 Episode 3 Review

“A Matter of Trust” took steps in righting the ship for Arrow‘s fifth season. For the second week in a row, the show put the focus on the new recruits to Team Arrow.

Atlanta: “The Club” Season 1 Episode 8 Review

In “The Club,” Atlanta perfected itself. This episode was the most genuine marriage of the show’s comfortable sense of humor, uncomfortable setting, and surrealism. Here, these elements, all of which contribute to Atlanta‘s greatness, not