Luke Cage’s second season inherits the problems of the first with a very slow burn, but still supplies good story and action.
Good-bye, cluster family. Thank you for giving the world a show as beautiful as Sense8, we’ll miss it dearly.
Happy Vulture Fest 2018! It’s my favorite time of year, when films, tv shows, podcasts, and pop culture collide. Vulture Festival is in its 5th year, and they’ve got their weekend down pat. Here’s a quick rundown of the five panels we saw over the weekend.
Each episode is its own little gem. Ugly Delicious is less of a David Chang extravaganza, and more of a true documentary. Think Vice; not Rachel Ray. If you like food shows (Chef’s Table, Mind of a Chef, etc), then chances are you love Ugly Delicious.
Everything Sucks! is like Stranger Things and My So-called Life had a baby and its best friend is Boy Meets World. A show capitalizing on nostalgia, it still has all the heart you want from a high school drama.
Annihilation is another astounding film from Garland and I expect it to be looked on as a masterwork for years to come. If you’re in the U.S. and you enjoy sci-fi get out and see this movie in the loudest theater near you. It’s a helluva treat.
We’re sure there are those who will find Paradox lazy, but to us, this is another excellent addition and one that will serve to aid in future entries into the franchise. Onah combines space horror and monster movies in a genre-bending thriller that keeps the audience on its toes until the very end.
Netflix’s Altered Carbon launched viewers into a brutal future over the weekend. Check out our initial thoughts & first reaction to the series while we gather our thoughts on the first season! #url#
If you’re looking for a slow burn historical suspense/drama to watch, look no further than Netflix’s Alias Grace.
American Vandal is Netflix’s satirical take on the true crime genre. The show pokes fun at its parent company’s Uber successful docu-series Making A Murderer,…