Heaven’s Gate: The Cult of Cults can be a little long at times, but it tells a truly compelling and tragic story.
Dragon’s Dogma is an entertaining and interesting take on the fantasy genre even if it has its own share of issues.
A review of Monsterland: Season 1, a new Hulu anthology “horror” series that’s inconsistent but also includes some very good episodes.
Code 404 doesn’t fully utilize its quirky premise, but is still an enjoyable crime drama for those that want something a little different.
Departure is a solid and sometimes exciting mystery thriller filled with twists and turns that at times feels longer than it needed to be.
Noughts + Crosses is an interesting and timely show that is enjoyable despite being kind of grim and relying too much on its young adult novel roots.
Wizards: Tales of Arcadia is another enjoyable series continuing the tradition of the franchise even if it doesn’t quite reach the level of its predecessor series.
You wouldn’t think that anime and a con artist show would work so well together, but Great Pretender does a great job combining them to create a genuinely fun and surprisingly deep show that I had a blast watching.
The Great Heist tells a compelling story about a real life heist that fans of the genre should enjoy even if it doesn’t reach quite the heights of some of the more blockbuster heist series.
A review of the first season of BBC One/HBO Max original series Ghosts, a quirky comedy about a group of ghosts.