Apple TV+ Reveals Lineup of New & Returning Series Debuting in Spring/Summer 2024

At the 2024 Winter Television Critics Association press tour today, Apple TV+ offered a glimpse at both new and returning series set to premiere throughout spring and summer 2024. The streaming platform will be expanding its slate of originals with highly anticipated new series including The New Look, The Dynasty: […]

‘May December’ Review: An Unsettling Story & Compelling Performances

Todd Haynes’ May December makes you feel uncomfortable from the moment it starts with its ominous score in the background. Haynes reunites with composer Marcelo Zarvos (Dark Waters) and actress Julianne Moore (Far from Heaven, Safe) in the new Netflix film which depicts a predatory relationship 20 years later. We […]

14 New Series To Watch in November 2023

While we are sadly departing from Spooky Season, November is slated to bring us tons of new content including the premieres of several new tv series. It can be overwhelming to figure out what’s coming out and on which channel or streaming platforms. I highlight 14 new series premiering from […]

12 New Netflix Series and Movies To Watch in October 2023

Sophie Wilde as Mia Polanco in the new Netflix series Everything Now. Photo by: NetflixAlthough Fall 2023 doesn’t officially arrive until September 23rd, it’s already feeling like autumn with new series premiering, our favorite series returning with new seasons, and horror movies hitting the theaters. But it can be overwhelming […]

Movie Review: ‘Insidious: The Red Door’ Delivers Fulfilling & Frightening Conclusion To The Lambert Family Story

Insidious: The Red Door Movie Review We were first introduced to the Lambert family and their supernatural hauntings in 2010’s Insidious followed by the 2013 sequel, Insidious: Chapter 2, both of which were directed by James Wan (Saw, The Conjuring, The Conjuring 2). Insidious centered on Josh (Patrick Wilson) and […]

Review: ‘Extraordinary’ is the Superhero Show We Didn’t Know We Needed

Think of the most ridiculous superpowers one could have and you might just find these in the new Disney+/Hulu original series Extraordinary which premiered on January 25th. At a time where pop culture is saturated with superhero related content, Extraordinary may be easy to overlook, but it should be at […]

Review: ‘White Noise:’ Noah Baumbach Highlights Fear of Death in Dark Comedy

This review contains minor spoilers.Noah Baumbach’s 12th feature film, White Noise, sees the Academy-Award nominated filmmaker branch out in new directions. Based on the 1985 novel of the same title by Don DeLillo, White Noise marks the first adaptation for Baumbach. The novel is considered by many as a definitive […]

Review: ‘Lady Chatterley’s Lover’: Emma Corrin & Jack O’Connell Synergize in Steamy New Adaptation

Adaptations. Remakes. We are far too familiar with these in the world of entertainment. It seems every week there’s an announcement of a new movie, tv series, or book adaptation or remake in the works. So when I learned in March 2021 that D. H. Lawrence’s classic 1928 novel Lady […]

Review: ‘1899’: A Multilingual & Multilayered Mystery Series from the Creators of ‘Dark’

This is a spoiler-free review of 1899 The creators of Netflix‘s hit German series Dark (2017-2020), Jantje Friese and Baran bo Odar, are back with a new mind bending mystery series. The ingredients that made Dark such a successful series are clearly apparent in 1899 (such as the music, cinematography, and writing) but the two […]

Review: ‘Mr. Harrigan’s Phone’ Chronicles our Technological Dependence in a Ghostly Fashion

This review contains minor spoilersWith Spooky Season officially here, new movies and series are being released all month long both in theaters and on streaming platforms. Netflix’s latest supernatural film to drop is Mr. Harrigan’s Phone based on Stephen King’s short story. It is directed and written by John Lee […]