Better Call Saul has always lacked the explosive forward momentum of its predecessor, but what it lacks in shootouts and cool robots and catchphrases, it makes up for in some of the best and most thoroughly devastating writing and pacing on TV. Season Three is the best yet.
The world of CARS is still utter lunacy, but there’s something satisfying about this unwanted third installment.
In an already banner year for horror It Comes at Night is another ace, an exercise in restraint and mental terror. Continue reading ‘IT COMES AT NIGHT’ Excels At Psychological Horror
You have a lot of choices for how to spend your weekend. To save some time, here are fun-sized reviews of some fair-to-middling Netflix original movies.
Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot haven’t just delivered a great superhero film, but a great film, period — and not a moment too soon.
By embracing the episodic format and creator Aziz Ansari’s puckish spirit, the ambitious Master of None is even better in its second season.
There’s a million ways out of this freezer.
The new adventure with Star Lord and the gang gets the job done, providing steady laughs and a deeper emotional core.
Sloppy writing hamstrings an all-star cast, reducing a mid-tier Black Mirror episode to a lower-tier Black Mirror episode.
I’ve talked at length about so-called “Walking Simulators” before, so I won’t waste your time in defending what is, by any estimation, one of the oldest and most storied tenets of design in the history of video games.