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    Good Omens Season 2 Isn’t the Love Story We Asked For

    The following review contains spoilers for Good Omens Season 2 on Prime Video. Editor’s Note: This piece was written during the 2023 WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes. Without the labor of the writers and actors currently on strike, the series being covered here wouldn’t exist. After the wild success of Good Omens on Prime Video, Neil […] More

  • Jharrel Jerome and Olivia Washington as Cootie and Flora in I'm a Virgo. Screen capture off of Amazon.
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    Titanic Topics in I’m a Virgo Season 1

    Throughout its first season I’m a Virgo tackles some titanic issues: Wrestling with the nature of identity, social perceptions and how media influences them, capitalist exploitation, and the overall existential crises inherent in existence, just to name a few. The undercurrent throughout all these topics being a search for genuine human connection. Yet, it cleverly […] More

  • Lef to right: Carmen Ejogo, Jharrel Jerome, and Mike Epps as LaFrancine, Cootie, and Martisse in I'm a Virgo (2023). Screen capture off of Amazon.

    I’m a Virgo Starts Large (Episode 1 Review)

    I’m a Virgo is a series primed to satirize society in a way that is gold. Recently premiered on Amazon Prime Video, the first episode establishes a multifaceted look at so many things prevalent in the modern world nothing contemporary is spared. Yet, it also feels like a criticism that fires back across time. Furthermore, […] More

  • Mason with Nadia's hand on his shoulder as she leans against a wall in the Citadel premiere

    Citadel Premiere Recap: Who Said Tropes Can’t Be Fun?

    The following recap contains spoilers for the two-episode premiere of Citadel: S1E1, “The Human Enigma” and S1E2, “Spies Appear in Night Time” (written by Josh Appelbaum & Bryan Oh & David Weil and directed by Newton Thomas Sigel) Citadel pings the radar due to the fact that the Russo brothers are producing the series, but […] More

  • Sam Claflin (Billy Dunne), Riley Keough (Daisy Jones) standing forehead to forehead in Billy's mother's house

    Daisy Jones and The Six: Tracks 9–10 Review

    Daisy Jones and The Six Tracks 9–10 are a wild ride to the end of this rockin’ mini-series. Although, I do peeve with how Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber break their precedented structure for Tracks 9 and 10. Neither episode would be able to stand on its own without the other, and even then, […] More

  • Daisy Jones (Riley Keough), Billy Dunne (Sam Claflin), Graham Dunne (Will Harrison), Karen (Suki Waterhouse), Eddie Loving (Josh Whitehouse) and Warren (Sebastian Chacon) at a press conference in episode 8

    Daisy Jones and The Six: Tracks 7–8 Review

    Daisy Jones and The Six Tracks 7–8, FINALLY! SIMONE (Nabiyah Be!)!!!! YES! We love to see it! I am OBSESSED with how Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber have adapted Simone’s side part into a whole new world. Watching Simone shine in the New York disco scene and living her Queer life is everything! She’s […] More

  • Billy Dunne (Sam Claflin) twirling Daisy Jones (Riley Keough) during their first private writing session for the Aurora album

    Daisy Jones and The Six: Tracks 4–6 Review

    If you felt the first three episodes were lacklustre compared to the book, you’ll be pleasantly drawn in by Tracks 4–6, as the action is fast-paced while the story slows down. How so? Well, compared to the rush in Tracks 1–3 to get through the origin story of most characters before the convergence of Daisy […] More

  • Sam Claflin (Billy), Josh Whitehouse (Eddie), Will Harrison (Graham), Sebastian Chacon (Warren), Suki Waterhouse (Karen) walking and carrying they're instruments from the van to the studio

    Daisy Jones & The Six: Tracks 1–3 Review

    Prime Video’s adaptation of Daisy Jones & The Six will delight your eardrums if you’re a fan of the book no matter what critics say, but there are some things the book lovers might be confused about. I know I am. Given that Taylor Jenkins Reid wrote the novel Daisy Jones & The Six through […] More

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