A sprawling anthology of 18 animated shorts that run at an average of just 12 minutes, lashed together by a prominent David Fincher producing credit, this pic’n’mix show is short, … Continue Reading Review : Love, Death and Robots
There’s no one explanation for how Game of Thrones became a culture-spanning phenomenon. Slipping into the microscopic gap between the Golden Age of Television and the binge-watch era, HBO’s fantasy epic earned an … Continue Reading How Game of Thrones caved-in to the Norms of Television
Continuing in the series of Pixar’s Masterclass, this time we’re looking at a movie that dares to explore existential crises, a movie that’s aimed at the whole family, and as … Continue Reading Pixar’s Masterclass : Inside Out
It’s a cautionary tale about the invasive, corrupting nature of a society that believes it has the right to watch everything. And as we all know, it’s a point that … Continue Reading Movie Review : The Truman Show
The “Free Churro” episode in the middle of the 5th season takes Bojack Horseman up a notch than the earlier concept episodes and is just about the best thing this show has ever made.
Whenever we see Redditors sweating out elaborate theories about our favorite TV shows now-a-days, it’s because of Lost. Whenever we see deep-dive online recaps, it’s because of Lost. Networks preferring … Continue Reading Lost – The Show That Changed TV Forever
A major problem with some of the popular works in the horror genre has been its over-reliance on the supernatural stuff. Relying only upon suspense and jump scares to illicit … Continue Reading The Haunting of Hill House : Horror Done Right
George Miller has revived his Mad Max punk-western franchise as a bizarre convoy chase action-thriller in the post-apocalyptic desert. There are what seem to be dozens of huge rigs and … Continue Reading Movie Review : Mad Max – Fury Road