Recent Posts

‘Disenchantment’ Review: On Matt Groening and Animated Comedy (Part 1)

Despite all the mixed love and hate, Disenchantment is worth giving a shot.

Read More »

Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan Interview with Abbie Cornish, Carlton Cuse, and Graham Roland

Jack Ryan

Amazon’s Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan is set to premiere on August 31 with John Krasinski (The Quiet Place, The Office) set …

Read More »

‘Happy Time Murders’ review – Rated M for Muppets

The ‘Happy Time Murders’ is a movie that abuses our childhood sensibilities – playing off memories about puppets and nostalgia. …

Read More »

‘Better Call Saul’ Season 4 Review: ‘Breathe’ and ‘Something Beautiful’.

The Following are recaps and reviews of ‘Better Call Saul Season 4: Episodes 2 and 3’. Warning, there will be …

Read More »

‘Christopher Robin’ – On Nostalgia and Growing Older

Christopher Robin, directed by Marc Forester of Finding Neverland and World War Z fame, is a movie worth seeing but not necessarily remembering.

Read More »

A Space Heist With A Twist on ‘Killjoys’

In this week’s episode of Killjoys, a new normal is established where Team Awesome Force must figure out what’s going …

Read More »

‘Better Call Saul’ Season 4 Premiere: After the Fire

Breaking Bad was AMC’s most critically acclaimed show and one of the most well-received  TV series of all time. It …

Read More »

Zeph Solves All The Problems on ‘Killjoys’

On this week’s episode of Killjoys, Delle Seyah’s delivery is not an easy one, Dutch wakes up from her coma, …

Read More »

‘State of Decay 2’ Review: When a Video Game Becomes Its Own Worst Enemy

State of Decay 2

State of Decay 2 wants you to believe there's a compelling narrative to be told. It wants you to feel that you'll be playing this game for in-game years to come. You won't.

Read More »

‘Outpost Zero’ – Early Early Early Early Access Review

Outpost Zero

Outpost Zero, developed by Symmetric Games, is one of the newest entries into the survival genre and it's very Early Early Early Early Access.

Read More »

‘The Spy Who Dumped Me’ Review – Misses the Mark But Makes a Point

The Spy Who Dumped Me

The Spy Who Dumped Me hits all the right beats for a high concept spy comedy.  The issue is that the story is just that: too formulaic.

Read More »

‘Killjoys’ Review: One Hells of a Road Trip


On Killjoys tonight, Johnny and D’avin go on an epic road trip in search of more plasma on the Debtor’s …

Read More »