TV Review

Castle Rock Review – Stephen King Brings It All Together

Stephen King has a strange history when it comes to his work making its way to any video format. While some films are widely regarded as classics of the horror genre, others are downright goofy. The s...

9.5 Amazing

Condor Review

Condor is a TV series brave enough to ask whether or not a 40-year-old Sydney Pollack/Robert Redford classic should be ten hours longer. Much like Westworld, the answer to that question is a resoundin...

9 Amazing

Lost In Space Review – Family Sci-Fi Is As Tricky As It Was 50 Years Ago

Netflix wants to know if "family adventure" can be upgraded, especially since the genre never managed much in the first place. It looks like it can, but it's a genre that can't expand its demographic ...

8 Great

Siren Review – Freeform Dives Into Questionable Demographic Draw

You have to go into Siren with the right set of expectations, and what those are is perhaps surprising, but it's a crazy kind of fun, even if it's probably too unstable to last.

7 Good

For The People Review – Scandal Scribe Switches Gears For Young, Beautiful Lawyers

For the People is a curious Shondaland entry, and curious Shondaland entries don't generally fare well. There is something of a return to the early days of Grey's here though, but those days may be to...

7 Good

Roseanne Review – TV Revival Trend Gets Serious, Possibly Too Serious

Roseanne was always a show that seemed to teeter on the edge of getting in its own way, but you didn't care because it was hilarious. The revival throws a lot more obstacles at itself, and it isn't as...

8 Great

Deception Review – Magic Reveals Meets Semi-Dramatic Cop Show

Deception is a show that won't necessarily grab you out of the gate, but if the overall writing and characters catch up to the spectacle it'll win over fans in droves.

8 Great

Champions Review – TV – Mindy Kaling Takes Odd Turn For NBC Series

Champions is a bizarrely average sit-com, both because it establishes an interesting premise and because it's from Mindy Kaling. It has its moments, but feels designed for an audience that is simply c...

6.5 Fair

The Alienist Review – Daniel Brühl May Finally Get Recognition He Deserves

Anyone looking for a new mystery will find themselves right at home with Daniel Bruhl giving a performance that's hard to turn away from, even if the grime of old world New York leaves you wanting a s...

10 Perfect

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