As an introduction to the progress of colonization and the horrors that white people have inflicted on BIPOC, Exterminate All the Brutes achieves its admirable mission.
This series taps into the inevitable horror we would all feel if we learned that we had once loved a monster — or that the monster we fear might be inside of us.
The truth is, Q: Into the Storm is shockingly dull.
Despite its intriguing sci-fi premise, The One is content to entertain so, though its plots meander, it’s a good watch for those aching for a bit of escapism and intrigue.
Considering the show’s uneven writing, there’s no certainty that Genera+ion will last longer than a viral TikTok video.
If I’m being too harsh on Trans in Trumpland it’s because we cannot afford to fall back into the liberal complacency of the Obama years.
Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell does a solid job of introducing someone new to Biggie’s work and establishing his enormous influence on hip hop.
The Investigation is a slow-burning thriller that fuses the gravity of a documentary with the darkness of a complex murder mystery.
Despite its inevitable darkness, It’s a Sin never loses sight of the joys of existence.
Unlike other pretentious and/or earnest travel shows, Men in Kilts is downright jolly.