The 78th Annual Golden Globes Awards are in the history books. It was a weird ceremony for a weird year, occasionally marked as much by the technical difficulties that came from using Zoom and telecommunications for awards speeches as it was by the winners. And yet, what a remarkable year for the winners it was.
It’s happening. It’s finally happening. What was once a particularly pervasive and aggressive Internet meme is now a reality. HBO Max’s list of new releases for March 2021 is highlighted by none other than the mythical Snyder cut. The entity now known as Zach Snyder’s Justice League will premiere on March 18. While it was
This article contains spoilers for High-Rise Invasion season 1. Television currently exists in a place where there’s a constant stream of new shows and it becomes incredibly easy for some series to sink and get lost at sea. This can be even more prevalent when it comes to anime since it’s sometimes quite difficult to
This article contains WandaVision spoilers. With just one episode left in the season – and technically the series – the finale of WandaVision has a lot of ground to cover. Its penultimate installment was not just a heartbreaking retrospective of just how terrible Wanda’s life has been and how much she has suffered, it gave
Lorraine Warren has seen true evil at the start of The Conjuring 2 and wants to call it quits — at least for a while — but when the Hodgson family finds itself under siege by a terrible haunting, the paranormal investigators have no choice but to help. Set in the late ’70s in the
This article contains WandaVision spoilers. The first six episodes of WandaVision were something of a Marvel Cinematic Universe rarity in that it was completely devoid of mid-credits or post-credits scenes. No teasers, no stingers, no jokes that didn’t fit in the regular story. But as the pace of WandaVision revelations picks up, so come the
This Clarice review contains spoilers. Clarice Episode 3 Clarice, episode 3, “Are You Alright?,” almost allows Agent Clarice Starling (Rebecca Breeds) to overcome the typecasting of her role in the events in the film The Silence of the Lambs. The federal cop practically changes the venue by sheer force of will, as if she could
If you’re an Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra fan, the long wait is over. Ever since Korra went off the air in 2014 there hasn’t been a new Avatar series on our screens. We’ve gotten comics and books (which have been fantastic) but a return to the screen was always hoped
This Nancy drew review contains spoilers. Nancy Drew Season 2, Episode 6 In case you were anxious that Nancy Drew’s second season would slow down now that the gang has finally defeated the Aglaeca for good, “The Riddle of the Broken Doll” is here to prove that we have nothing to worry about in that
Most early photographs look haunted. Perhaps it’s because we view these images with the knowledge that the people inside them are already ghosts. In some early photos the subject had actually already expired at the time of their capture. Photography was expensive and the first and best occasion for many families to pay for a
This article contains Superman & Lois episode 1 spoilers. We have a spoiler free review here. Superman & Lois episode 1 does it all! Callbacks to the comics that go all the way back to 1938! A visual reference to the character’s very first onscreen appearance! Random and obscure nods to comics from the ’90s!
Frank Zappa, who died in 1993, is one of the least understood artists of the 20th Century, which is ironic because he was also the most prolific. Introduced to the world as a bicycle-playing artiste concrète sitting naked on a toilet, he was a harmonic genius who experimented with sonic assault weapons and visual subversions.
This All American review contains spoilers. All American Season 3, Episode 6 The cabin. Oh, that cabin. I didn’t think I’d have to go through the same level of emotional gutting as “Coming Home”, when Corey (Chad L. Coleman) died, but that cold open really gave the Season 2 installment a run for its money.
It was a very select group of people who were satisfied with the Justice League movie which hit theaters in November 2017. As a Frankenstein’s monster of cinematic body parts, some derived from the original production helmed by director Zack Snyder and other scenes created whole cloth at the last minute by Joss Whedon during
This Attack on Titan review contains spoilers. Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 11 “We can’t believe in anyone…” On its surface, the titular “counterfeits” in this Attack on Titan episode are “Mia” and “Ben,” the aliases that Gabi and Falco build for themselves while they evade Eldian capture. However, on a deeper level, Gabi
This article contains WANDAVISION spoilers. Despite its many still-lingering questions, WandaVision has made one thing crystal clear: Wanda Maximoff is truly the most powerful Avenger. Not just the woman who destroyed an Infinity Stone and almost single-handedly defeated Thanos, she’s also managed to somehow power an entire town built on false realities and resurrect her
This article contains I Care a Lot spoilers. You can read our spoiler-free review here. How odd that in the span of a couple days it seems like everyone is debating the virtues of professional guardianships and what it means to become a legal conservator. Only a week ago, Hulu and The New York Times
This article contains I Care a Lot spoilers. J Blakeson’s I Care a Lot is one of very few films where everyone in it is a villain. In the lead role, Rosamund Pike ushers in a new amoral high mark as conservator con artist Marla Grayson. Peter Dinklage meanwhile mines the standard Hollywood heavy role
Much like the reveal of Diablo 2 Resurrection, many Blizzard fans were anticipating the eventual release of The Burning Crusade Classic as the follow-up to WoW Classic. It seemed inevitable that Blizzard would revisit the first WoW expansion following “vanilla” WoW‘s recent success. And yet, there’s something undeniably magical about the confirmation that we’re this
BlizzCon 2021, the biggest Blizzard celebration of the year, is finally here! And this is where you can keep up with all of the big announcements, gameplay footage, and trailers. The show kicks off on Friday, Feb. 19 at 5 pm ET and runs through Feb. 20. You can check out the full schedule here. Although the
This Clarice review contains spoilers. Clarice Episode 2 Clarice episode 2, “Ghosts of Highway 20,” takes the series further from The Silence of the Lambs, and deeper into federal cop procedural territory. FBI Agent Clarice Starling (Rebecca Breeds) went rogue at the end of the debut episode, “breaking the chain of command” and telling the
Last week, as part of the streaming service’s ongoing plan to bring Warner Brothers’ slate of theatrical releases to audiences at home HBO Max premiered Judas and the Black Messiah on the same day it opened in theaters. Directed by Shaka King, the incendiary historical drama centers on the rise of Fred Hampton, the charismatic
This NANCY DREW review contains spoilers. Nancy Drew Season 2, Episode 5 Like many shows, Nancy Drew’s season was cut short last year, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic that shut down production and forced the series to conclude its inaugural run five episodes before it originally meant to do so. But unlike most shows that
To many fans, it seemed like this moment would never come, but it’s finally happening: a new Nintendo Direct is set to drop today at 5 pm ET. This is the first major Direct broadcast since September 2019, so it’s not surprising that Nintendo fans have some really high expectations regarding what might be announced
This article contains WandaVision spoilers. There have been plenty of crazy “holy crap!” moments in WandaVision, but the one that truly had many doing a double-take was when Wanda Maximoff opened the door to see her previously-dead brother Pietro on the other side. Except…it wasn’t so much the Marvel Cinematic Universe version of Pietro Maximoff
This article contains spoilers for Firefly Lane. There’s something altogether predictable yet endearing about Firefly Lane, the latest in a line of Netflix shows adapted from the realm of romance and/or women’s fiction with a clear strength of star power at its center. It’s a story that spans three decades of friendship between two women
This Snowpiercer review contains spoilers. Snowpiercer Season 2 Episode 4 Two of the more curious aspects of Snowpiercer is the fact that there’s a cabaret/bar/talk therapy center called the Night Car and that the tea room has become the de-facto church for anyone on board the train who still has faith in some sort of
This article contains spoilers for WandaVision and the wider MCU It’s that time of the week where we’ve had a few days to digest the latest episode of WandaVision, so it’s time to drag out our diminishing ball of red yarn and start connecting theories about what’s really going on at the core of the
This Shameless review contains spoilers. Shameless Season 11 Episode 6 “It’s the end of an era…” Shameless widely advertised that this is the series’ final season, but this episode is the first time that it’s actually felt like the end of the show and that it’s getting ready to say goodbye. The first half of
Just when you thought slasher movies couldn’t get any lower, My Bloody Valentine dug a mineshaft. A deep pit in the caverns of taste. Date movie? My Bloody Valentine was the antidote to Hallmark cards. The main suitor didn’t wear his heart on his sleeve; he bled it out with every candy in the box.