This BBC/Netflix production is an audacious rekindling of the undying appeal of literature’s most famous vampire.
The Report reminds us that elections can have consequences — after the Republicans take control of the Senate during the Obama era, the Senators who are asking the tough questions are either out of office or in the minority.
We are seeing some very fine horror these days. You can’t throw a (fire) stick without having it land in some rotting corpse, a spooky cave, or in a serial killer’s cup of coffee.
Following the stories of these unique, gifted, and sadly overlooked individuals can be as gripping as the music they made together.
Marianne is one of the slickest horror series I’ve seen on Netflix.
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If Castle Rock is intended to be a commentary on Trump’s not-so-great America, well, what better genre than horror to spread the angst?
Like Breaking Bad, El Camino subtly suggests that justice is a relative concept.
The highly entertaining gala celebrated the five decade long partnership between TV’s Sesame Street and Harvard University.
The documentary sees The Family as really just a huge, secretive, and well-funded lobbying firm: separating church and state is for losers.