The Stephen King-inspired series' second season is a mixed bag, but the 'Misery' villain continues to be the GOAT.
It’s the end of the year. It’s also the end of the decade, but we don’t have to talk about that. Let’s talk about TV instead.
The year's best episodes broke our hearts, made us laugh, and above all, surprised us.
Unorthodox dance sequences, moments of self-definition, and a smattering of murders round out our favorite TV scenes of the year.
Is the Kid evil? Or is the season's ending simply underwhelming?
"I know you still have doubts."
Even as shows like 'The Terror' and 'Castle Rock' garner strong reviews, horror television is still waiting for its breakout moment.
All this time we've been thinking that the Kid (Bill Skarsgård) is the harbinger of death in Castle Rock, but what if it's actually Henry (André Holland)? It was a death that made him leave town and a…
When we last saw Ruth (Sissy Spacek) she was looking up in fear at the Kid (Bill Skarsgård) as he enters her house while she's alone. My concerns from last week that she was on the way out just as she…