Twin Peaks: The Return Parts 3 and 4 Review

Sensory assault is committed throughout. In one frantic segment an eyeless voiceless woman attempts to guide the Good Coop while insane sounds and fractured colors create confusion and unease and it’s awesome.

Grimm Season 6 Episode 7 “Blind Love” | Review

This episode makes some attempt to move the seasonal arc along, but for the most part, it is played for laughs. We are introduced to...

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...

Ash vs. Evil Dead: Season 3, Episode 5 “Baby Proof” Review

Title: Ash vs. Evil Dead Season: 3 Episode: 5 – Baby Proof Network: Starz Air Time: 9:00 Air Date: March 25, 2018 Summary: “Ruby's house of horrors reveals her master...

The X-Files Season 11 Episode 3 “Plus One” Review

The X-Files | Season 11 | Episode 3, “Plus One” | Network: Fox Air Date: January 17, 2018 Summary: “A spate of deaths in which...

ARCHER Season 8 Episode 6 “WAXING GIBBOUS” Review

Waxing Gibbous feels like the exact pinpoint on the map as to when all of the rising action building paramount throughout the course of Archer Dreamland finally feels like the tension has reached the very moment where everything being held carefully together by a thread finally explodes in the worst and bloodiest way possible.
Dragon Ball Super Episode 8 Review

Dragon Ball Super Episode 8 Review

If there are two things that I would pay money to watch decide the fate of the world, one would be the best game of all time, Rock Paper Scissors, and the other would be a perverted, shape-shifting pig.

DOCTOR WHO Season 10 Episode 6 “Extremis” Review

Nardole has his own agenda. Missy cannot be trusted. Bill finds the Doctor a bit of an inconvenience, but willingly teams with him when something interesting is happening. And yet, that is just what things appear to be.

AMERICAN GODS Season 1 Episode 1 “The Bone Orchard” Review

American Gods is shocking and disconcerting and so very intricate and compelling. It may even be one of those cases where it exceeds the source material in every way. This is a must see for anyone interested in the suspenseful and chilling whether you are familiar with the material or not.

CLASS Season 1 Episode 4 “Co-owner of a Lonely Heart” Review

The episode felt entirely rushed yet still had me wanting more. The level of character development has increased respectably and the acting has improved. I’m in for the duration, but it is starting to look like we may run out of time before the larger story settles and starts to make sense.