The Walking Dead Season 7 Episode 9: Rock in the Road | Reaction

We're off to a good start folks, let's hope that the momentum keeps building.

Doctor Who Season 10 Episode 8 “The Lie of the Land” Review

In this season the social commentary has been loud and clear. The Doctor is a hero and has always been humanity’s champion, but now because of a crisis of their own creation, the citizens of Earth must be brave enough to solve their own problems.

The Walking Dead Season 8 Finale

The war between Rick and Negan comes to an end in the Season 8 finale, and the team that comes out on top shouldn’t...

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This episode probably should have been titled something along the lines of “The Revolving Door," because Beerus literally goes off and kicks the snot...
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Tales of the City Episode 1 Review and Recap: “Coming Home”

Tales of the City, Episode 1 “Coming Home,” is a nostalgic introduction to the next chapter of Barbary Lane. Laura Morelli succeeds in recapturing the original magic of the show, keeping the series grounded in the San Francisco community.
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Everything Leaving Netflix in April 2019: Movies, TV & Originals

Netflix giveth and Netflix taketh away. Here’s a list of everything leaving the streaming service this April.

‘Westworld’ Season 3, Episode 7 ‘Passed Pawn’: Recap and Review

I feel like a broken record at this point in my review series: Westworld, Season Three, has proven itself to be the messiest and...
Song Exploder Review

Review: Netflix’s ‘Song Exploder’

Song Exploder offers a fascinating exploration of artists' processes in a variety of musical genres. Devoted fans will be delighted to see their artist breaking down beloved songs, while those unfamiliar with the work will find plenty of interesting content around the creation of music itself. This series is definitely worth a listen and a watch.

Deadly Class Season 1 Episode 4 Review & Recap: “Mirror People”

This is the best episode since the pilot. It is filled with excellent fight scenes, an emphasis on the strength and weakness of character in the individual members of the supporting cast, and a soundtrack that is both appropriate and prominent.

Legion Season 1 Review

Looking for an easy binge-watch before the next big thing in genre TV? Only eight episodes long, this series raises more questions than it...