Little Fires Everywhere borders on being binge worthy; it’s a shame Hulu didn’t release all the episodes of the series at once.
This new series will offer ideas for movies and series that have stories or themes at least marginally related to the pandemic we’re all living through.
Luna Nera is mainly produced and written by women and proffers a satisfyingly feminist, woman-centric aesthetic — as witch narratives seem to do more and more these days.
Netflix’s newest comedy is a hilarious — though pointed –look at one of America’s biggest problems.
Both shows feature characters that are forced to grow up and deal with real-world hardships (including…death) too young.
HBO’s McMillions is a fun and light documentary, but it doesn’t deliver more than the momentary satisfactions of fast food.
Where will the coven go from here? Its pivot away from patriarchy echoes the growing resistance of women the world over — and that is a powerful message indeed.
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.