‘Doctor Who’ Holiday Special, “Revolution of the Daleks”

Revolution of the Daleks is a good, but not great Holiday Special. It could have used more humor and wonder and less lazy writing. Fortunately, some top-notch performance saves the day.

‘The Masked Dancer’ Series Premiere Review: Like The Masked Singer But Worse

Watch The Masked Dancer if you still enjoy watching The Masked Singer; just don’t expect to be wowed or all that entertained.

Review & Recap: ‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2, Episode 2 “Chapter 10 – The Passenger”

Exciting and visually impressive, but somewhat unnecessary; "Chapter 10 - The Passenger" feels more like a transitional episode than one that matters.

Review: CBS’s B Positive

B Positive has potential, with a fresh premise and interesting characters.

‘Truth Seekers’ Episode 1, “The Haunting of Connelly’s Nook”: Amazon Prime Series Review

Given that this is a Nick Frost and Simon Pegg project, I expected something light. What I got had more scares and more depth. Truth Seekers is a chilling delight.

Review & Recap: ‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2, Episode 1

‘The Marshal’ gets Season 2 of The Mandalorian off to a strong start, promising more of the same Space Western questing that made the first season a success.

The Mandalorian Season 2 Reviews & Recaps

An episode-by-episode list of reviews and recaps for Season 2 of Disney+'s The Mandalorian.

‘The Haunting of Bly Manor is Exceptional: Netflix Review

The Haunting of Bly Manor is an exceptionally written series—a quiet, yet powerful story.

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.

Review: Netflix’s ‘A Perfect Crime’

A Perfect Crime may educate about the various sociopolitical forces around German reunification and the possible components of Detlev Rohwedder's murder, but its tone bounces uncomfortably between confusingly dry and gratuitously dark. The same entertainment value could probably be less frustratingly achieved through a YouTube video on the topic.
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