With room for improvement, Powerless could be the superhero show to make living with superheroes fun again.Read More Mid-Season Pilots: NBC’s Powerless
Hidden Figures deserves to win all the Academy Awards.Read More Hidden Figures (dir. Theodore Melfi, 2016)
In addition to Starz airing the TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods starting this year in April, there’s another story penned by Gaiman — and Sir Terry Pratchett († 2015) — finally greenlit: Good Omens.Read More Neil Gaiman’s ‘Good Omens’ set for Amazon Video in 2018; Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson scores DC Black Adam solo movie
Previously on Sherlock: The Lying Detective. With the writers’ egos being bigger than their brains, the episode didn’t earn the emotional fallout the creators expected.Read More “I Know Who You Really Are.” — Sherlock: The Final Problem.
So in case you didn’t know that I’m SUPER PUMPED for the Twin Peaks revival on Showtime — consider this a PSA. Because I am. I NEED IT.Read More Twin Peaks is returning May, 21
As we’re hurtling towards the inevitably tense and mind-boggling (in either the positive or the negative sense of the word) conclusion of the series (and possibly the show), here’s a few things that I wanted to write about that I haven’t really touched on in my reviews so far.Read More A Few (Subjective) Truths about Sherlock, Series 4
Previously on Sherlock: The Six Thatchers. Modelled on Arthur Conan Doyle’s short story The Dying Detective, this episode is, in some aspects, a return to form — but it’s hella gut-wrenching, too.Read More “It Is What It Is.” — Sherlock: The Lying Detective.
Previously on Sherlock: The Abominable Bride. Let’s get one thing out of the way first. If this episode felt off, wrong, out of whack, off kilter, and very much disjointed and uncomfortable — that’s because the writers want you to feel that way.Read More “I made a vow.” — Sherlock: The Six Thatchers
Oh, I have missed this. So, so much. I found some of Moffat’s Christmas Specials a little bumpy, but I really had fun watching this. The story was well-paced enough, the nefarious plan was engaging rather than entirely foreseeable, and the script combined fun and suspense as well as a few wistful moments following on […]Read More “I’m the nanny!” — Doctor Who: The Return of Doctor Mysterio
This is the grand finale — except there’s nothing grand about it, because it’s been weeks, and I’m still sitting here, gaping at the sheer amount of fuckery that’s going on.Read More Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life — Fall
Rory is… back in Stars Hollow, in spite of her fervent denials. Feeling like a failure and unable to think her way out of that corner under her own steam, she moves back in with her mother and Luke. Summer is easily the weakest out of the four episodes, so this review will be relatively […]Read More Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life — Summer
It’s spring in Stars Hollow, London, and New York, and everyone’s gone just a little bit nutty. You know, the way Sookie used to get before figuring out she was pregnant, except no-one’s pregnant yet and Sookie’s still not back from… wherever she is up North.Read More Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life — Spring