When it comes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we’ve grown accustomed to a certain heightened world. Yes it’s filled with superhuman beings, dancing trees and futuristic scientific and technological advances, but everything still feels grounded in this reality. Until now. Now, things have changed. Now, things are strange.Read more "Film Review: Doctor Strange"
Sherlock’s Series 3 closer, His Last Vow, takes a U-turn in quality from its counterparts and might be the show’s low point with an unsettling future in front of it.Read more "TV Review: Sherlock – His Last Vow"
The Sign of Three breaks the episode 2 curse for Sherlock with, very likely, the best episode of the show yet.Read more "TV Review: Sherlock: Series 3 – The Sign of Three"
Sherlock kicks off its third series with a stellar entry into the series that, sort of, realigns the show going forward while getting some fantastic performances out of Martin Freeman and Benedict Cumberbatch.Read more "TV Review: Sherlock: Series 3 – The Empty Hearse"
The Hobbit returns to the big screen with The Desolation of Smaug, and while it’s on par with the first I think most people will appreciate its added momentum; even if it loses its characters at times.Read more "Dissecting The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug"
Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave is an astonishing film that will leave you in awe of both its craft and storytelling.Read more "Film Review: 12 Years a Slave"
J.J. Abrams is back for another trek into Star Trek and fans of his first entry will have little to complain about with Into Darkness.Read more "Film Review: Star Trek Into Darkness"
Day three of the Best Of lists is upon us, bringing about our thoughts on the best and worst of what TV brought us this past year. Some shows returned stronger than ever, others stumbled slightly, all the while new shows fought the ratings to deserve respectable seasons. Through it all, the one thing that […]Read more "HST…Best TV of 2012"
War Horse is a beautiful and emotional look at war and the affect it has on just about everyone and everything around it.Read more "Film Review: War Horse"
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy is the English language debut for Tomas Alfredson and the result is a marvelously acted and meticulously directed and plotted spy film that will reward those who give themselves over to the plot as it unfolds its twists and turns.Read more "Film Review: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy"