Two and a half Samurai are better than none.
Martin Scorsese makes his final statement on the gangster characters of his youth.
The hero revealed in the third episode was a lifetime in the making and the product of the same hate that birthed Darth Vader.
The second episode doesn't just deliver a child but a deadly cub.
Warm or cold, this climactic captive will set the 'Star Wars' Universe ablaze.
Stephen King gets his Shining.
If you haven't watched the second season, don't read this. And also don't watch it. Let the ending of the first season stand.
Is there another storm coming in? Or has the final battle been fought here, in our present?
This chapter of Jesse's story ends on am ambiguous note, but what does it all mean?