A perfect vehicle for Will Forte’s idiosyncratic charm, The Last Man on Earth is the kind of gonzo comedy network television desperately needs.
Syfy roars back to relevance with this loopy, goofy, altogether entertaining brain-twister.
It’s the second half of our predictions roundtable: Music, Cinematography, Effects, and more.
The most dangerous threat is the one that you don’t see coming. It’s the one that you can’t prepare for.
It’s the first half of our annual predictions and gripes roundtable, leading off with the closest race of all.
With only one hour to go, it’s time to start saying goodbye.
The Last Five Years is a safe, shallow, and underdeveloped adaptation of a small-minded and problematic musical.
The Wachowskis remain a creative duo to be reckoned with, but their latest is a haphazard, tone deaf space opera of absurdly gargantuan proportions.
For a film based on a book, based on a fanfiction, based on a film, based on a book that was based on a dream, Fifty Shades of Grey somehow manages to toe the line of originality.
The early frontrunner for best episode of the season showcases the sexy, intimate side to home dentistry.