JoJo Rabbit (2019) | Official Trailer 1

Few things lend themselves to comedy and coming of age dramas as Adolph Hitler–or so Taika Watiti seems to think seeing that he’s written and directed a drama+comedy=dramedy that’s centered around a little boy who when times get tough leans on an imaginary hero, the aforementioned Hitler. Though if you’re thinking Hitler is too fraught […]

The Morning Show (2019) | Trailer

Apple TV+ dropped a full trailer for their upcoming series, The Morning Show and it looks pretty remarkable. Definitely prestige television though what I wonder is if it’s enough to get people to pay for another streaming service. This is particularly relevant when you take into account that we have Netflix, the upcoming Disney+ and […]

REview – Mindhunter (2019) | Season Two

The second season of Netlflix’s Mindhunter dropped last week, and it’s pretty enjoyable. Coming in at a relatively brief nine episodes the entire season (for the most part) covers the Atlanta Child Murders, probably among the most heinous serial killer sprees in history–did I mention that the killer(s) was never caught? The first season–if I […]

The Passage: Pilot – Review

The Passage, a new series on Fox based on the novel of the same name by Justin Cronin, is well-done though problematic, if the first episode is any indicator. Saniyya Sidney, Mark Paul Gosselaar (barely recognizable from his Saved By The Bell days) and Henry Ian Cusick (who could literally play the ‘concerned scientist’ role […]

Iron Fist, Season Two – Review

I binged–a word I have every intention of continuing the use of–the second season of Marvel’s Iron Fist last week and it was…okay. It course-corrects from first season, which seemed to spend as much time with Joy and Ward Meechum (Jessica Stroup and Tom Pelphrey) as it did with Danny Rand/Iron Fist (Finn Jones). One […]

Not-So-Bright Mistake?

I just finished watching Bright on Netflix, and it was okay (review forthcoming) though a few minutes prior I noticed an email from studioADI (the guys who supposedly–a word I use because I wasn’t there, and have no idea of what went on one way or the other–did a lot of the practical effects on the […]

Colony, Ep. 1 – Review

When we first meet Will Bowman (Josh Halloway) he’s preparing breakfast–or at least attempting to–for his family, that consists of his wife Katie (Sarah Wayne Callies, most recently of The Walking Dead) and three children, before he heads out to work. Though one of his sons is missing, and Will is doing all he can […]