Star Wars Rebels: “Ghosts of Geonosis” Season 3 Episode 11 Review

It’s strange. Just a month ago, Star Wars Rebels seemed aimless in its third season. Neither Thrawn nor Maul brought a much needed narrative punch to the series. But now, we’ve all seen Rogue One

2017 Golden Globe Predictions Part 2: Television

With 2016 (finally) coming to an end, it’s time for awards season to kick into high gear! This Sunday, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association will dole out their picks for the best

2017 Golden Globes Predictions Part 1: Movies

Happy New Year! The Golden Globes are already this weekend. Hollywood’s biggest party will dish out their always surprising picks for the best in film and television of the past year on

Homeland: “Fair Game” Season 6 Premiere Review

After two seasons abroad, Homeland has finally come home for more headline regurgitating espionage. Since Brody’s death, the show has smartly hit the reset button with each season premiere, allowing the writers to better

Paterson Review: The Comfort of Routine

Jim Jarmusch tries to find beauty in the mundane with Paterson. The film is deliberately slow, like a feature length montage of characters stuck in their routine lives before something amazing happens.

2017 Movie Preview

As 2016 wraps up with many of its best films backloaded into November and December (at least more so than in years past), we’re looking to 2017 in hopes that the upcoming

2017 TV Preview

As 2016 draws to a close, we’re looking ahead to all the shows we’re excited about for 2017. With so many shows now adhering to a 15-month or longer return time, lots

A Monster Calls Review: Stirring Visuals Enhance This Routine Sobfest

Based on the classic children’s tale, A Monster Calls is undoubtedly emotional, director J. A. Boyena’s powerful artistry and style ensure of that. But for such mature filmmaking, the story being told

Sense8: “A Christmas Special” Review: A Joyful Return for the Sci-Fi Series

Know what I realized while watching Sense8‘s bonkers Christmas special? I really miss Sense8. The two hour holiday episode is largely devoid of Christmas cheer (the first sight of decorations show up

Silence Review: Did Scorsese Just Make His Most Challenging Film?

There’s no hyperbole in stating that Martin Scorsese is one of the finest, most celebrated directors of the 20th and 21st centuries. His previous film, The Wolf of Wall Street, felt like Scorsese