The easiest death sentence for a movie is to label it as average. I've been able to apply this philosophy many different ways to many different movies and sadly the new iteration of Tomb Raider is easily the most average movie I've seen this year. It almost pains me to write that. I... Continue Reading →
Red Sparrow was surprisingly good but not for the reasons I expected after seeing the trailer. This is an early warning that the trailer can be deceiving at times as to how much literal action takes place in this two-plus hour movie, however, what it lacks in punches, kicks, etc. it more than... Continue Reading →
Every category. Every nominee. Special guest Kevin Levine and Chris make sure not to leave anything left for debate when selecting who they think will win this coming Sunday.
In what has to be one of the Critics favorite episodes of this season so far, Spike takes center stage as we finally see just how he was able to kill two Slayers. We also get to witness just how he came to be known as William the Bloody and let's just say... Continue Reading →
Based on the novel by Jeff VanderMeer, I can best describe Annihilation as the equivalent of watching The Island of Dr. Moreau, falling asleep and dreaming about what the sequel would look like while heavily medicated on prescription drugs.
Tara takes a step forward as a character on BtVS and both Devin and Chris have some hot takes on just how ridiculous the show's writers/directors/etc have mishandled her character. Tara's family comes into Sunnydale in an effort to take her back to their home for fear that an evil presence inside her will... Continue Reading →
You know when you see a comedy and it's not as funny because all of the funny moments were shown in the trailer? I was worried this would be the case with Game Night as I thought the trailer was hilarious, but much to my surprise the trailer barely scratches the surface to... Continue Reading →
In this episode, Buffy is searching for a mystical solution for her mom's illness and gets more than she anticipated as she's told Dawn's origin. Devin and Chris discuss the show's decision to withhold Dawn's story until the fifth episode instead of coming out at the beginning of the season and whether or not it... Continue Reading →
I've purposely waited to write a review of Black Panther until after its opening weekend because honestly, I needed time to sit with my thoughts on the film. I'm elated for the success that it has experienced and one thing is not up for debate: it has earned it. However, being the Marvel and... Continue Reading →