Television & Film
Sidemen – A Long Road to Glory Reveals Legacies of Pinetop Perkins, Hubert Sumlin, Willie “Big Eyes” Smith (FILM REVIEW)
What if there were no Beatles, Eric Clapton or Rolling Stones? The new documentary film, Sidemen – Long Road to Glory successful answers that they may not have existed in their remembered incarnation if it ...
A helpful breakdown of what to stream while you get some much-needed downtime this holiday season
Because Ron Howard’s movie contains a comparable mix of energy, invention and surprise, The roughly two hours it takes to watch Eight Days A Week flies by fast, much like the two minutes plus performances ...
Like the season it came from, the finale of Preacher was suggestive of great things to come without actually being great itself.
After a disappointing premiere, Vice Principals shows improvement and becomes more like the show it's capable of being.
Though often flawed, Bad Moms still manages to charm with its hilarious, true to life depiction of moms.
The slow pace of season two indicates an intricate build as Mr. Robot moves forward.
It may be trite and flashy, but Nerve has a surprising depth beneath its glossy exterior.
In season one's penultimate episode, Preacher ties some loose ends and sets the stage for the finale.
Its by the numbers story is elevated by the greatness of the acting and earnestness of its emotions.