Sausage Party Review: Throw Away the Leftovers

The new comedy frat pack has proven that they’re smarter than this. Seth Rogen’s writing and acting troupe delivered a hilarious riff on Hollywood and the end of the world just a

Mr. Robot: “eps2.4_m4ster-s1ave.aes” Season 2 Episode 6 Review

With the tension on the outside world building after last week’s shocking ending, Mr. Robot continues to sideline Elliot from the heart of the action. This week he literally went to his perceived “happy

Little Men Review: The Complications of Young Friendship

Ira Sachs’ follow up to the sensational Love is Strange is a tragically grown-up film about a very young friendship. Little Men boasts a simple elegance and authenticity in its two leads’

UnREAL: “Friendly Fire” Season 2 Finale Review

An uneven finale caps off the bumpy road that has been UnREAL season 2.

Dinosaur Jr. “Give A Glimpse Of What Yer Not” Review

Dinosaur Jr. – basically a format by this point – deliver yet another great rock record.

Mr. Robot: “eps2.3_logic-b0mb.hc” Season 2 Episode 5

The clock is ticking on Mr. Robot this week. It didn’t matter which characters were on screen, the sound we associate with time literally passing by was ever-present in this week’s episode. There’s a

The Little Prince Review: A Welcome Break In Routine

As the summer 2016 movie doldrums continue, one of the better films to come out this summer, indie or otherwise, can be found on the small screen. Netflix’s The Little Prince is

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