I, uh, I think I solved Riverdale Season 2 already, folks. Photographic evidence inside. Spoilers likely. You’ve been warned.
If you’ve read my review of Riverdale’s third episode, Body Double, you likely noted that I wasn’t the biggest fan of it. Well, Episode 4, The Last Picture Show, has righted the ship and looks to be steering it into clearer water. Well, clearer for us, the viewers. The events of this episode look to […]
Last week’s Riverdale ended with two strong revelations: Cheryl Blossom is guilty and that Jason Blossom didn’t die on the 4th of July as previously thought but rather a week later. Riverdale’s first two episodes were a freight train, and while episode 3, Body Double is a very enjoyable slice of television it veers too […]
Following a slick, stylish and deceptively heartfelt series premiere, Riverdale has knocked it out of the park with the second episode, A Touch of Evil. Deftly continuing to build on the mythology of Riverdale and the mystery at hand, the second episode smartly shifts some of the focus away from grief and sexy, sexy danger […]
“Are you real?” “Well, if you can’t tell, does it matter?” HBO did the world a kindness and granted early entry to Westworld episode 2 on Friday, a full two days early, likely out of fear of having their new fall sci-fi show have to go head to head with the horrorshow that was the second […]
That question, the question you’re not supposed to ask. I’m getting an answer you’re not supposed to know. Would you like to know the question? Humanity is a sticky wicket. What makes a human being human? Is it sentience? Free will? Who decides? The nature of free will and the nature of humanity has served as […]
Way back in May of 2012, reports started coming through that MTV was in the early stages of developing a TV series based on Wes Craven’s seminal Scream and I was livid. Scream was and is one of my favorite horror properties, and I think it’s more than fair to say that Wes Craven and the […]