TV

A Pacifist Is Forced Into Violence in ‘Terror on the Beach’

Our latest dip into 70s TV terrors sees a family harassed by hippies at the beach and pushed to the… Read More

‘Batman: The Brave and The Bold’ Lived In The Light and The Dark

'Batman: The Animated Series' will probably always remain the top Caped Crusader cartoon, but don't let your love of one… Read More

‘Dark’ Season 3 Pulls Off The Unthinkable: A Satisfying Ending

The forever-convoluted time travel drama leaves you understanding (more or less) what actually happened. Read More

The Twilight Zone’s Second Attempt is a Mixed Bag

The second season of the Jordan Peele-produced reboot has even higher highs and lower lows than the first. Read More

More Cartoon Recaps and Fewer “Live-Action” Remakes, Please

Why watch a redundant photorealistic remake when you can watch a charmingly irreverent recap video that's under five minutes? Read More

‘Snowpiercer’ Explained: ‘The Universe Is Indifferent’ Plants the Seeds for a Revolution

Melanie will do anything to protect her regime, and that might be her downfall. Then again, her unsympathetic streak could… Read More

‘The Ghost of Flight 401’ Never Takes Off

"A true story that grounded an airline." Read More

‘I’ll Be Gone in the Dark’ Honors Michelle McNamara’s Memory and Work

Liz Garbus' docuseries showcases what Michelle McNamara achieved while she was alive and the impact she's had since her death. Read More

Deep Within Disney+ Lurk Historically Significant ‘Toons

We dig beyond 'The Mandalorian' and Jeff Goldblum to uncover the streaming services' most magnificent gems. Read More

‘Adventure Time: Distant Lands’ Lets One of Its Finest Characters Shine

The structure of the episode is obvious at times, but BMO remains uniquely delightful. Read More