Wednesday, January 29 2014
The IFC Series Bullet in the Face is nothing if not intentionally surreal, but does "surreal" always work?
Thursday, January 23 2014
Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special: The Day of the Doctor leans towards the lighter side of the Whoniverse.
Wednesday, January 15 2014
The Showtime comedy continues to surprise during its third season, demonstrating why its British counterpart lasted as long as it did.
Monday, January 13 2014
Frankenstein: The Real Story separates Frankenfacts from fiction while exploring the 19th century influences on Mary Shelley’s writing.
Friday, January 10 2014
Even though the audio is the real star, Listening is an Act of Love: A StoryCorps Special is a touching animated film that anyone who has ever heard a good story should witness.
Tuesday, January 7 2014
Released for the first time on DVD, the BBC's 1970 drama is a disturbing film concerning the grim underbelly of sinister rural rituals, and those that adhere to them.
Thursday, December 26 2013
If you are patient you will be rewarded with intellectual stimulation, and a tone of general strangeness that will creep insidiously under your skin.
Monday, December 16 2013
Programs like BBC Two’s The Fall should be commended for doing everything “wrong” in terms of pleasing the demands of commercial television.
Wednesday, December 11 2013
Despite containing any number of intriguing moments, A History From Behind the Lens fails to provide a coherent overview of the art form.
Monday, December 9 2013
Is there really a causal link between Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s fictional character and modern-day crime investigation techniques?
Monday, December 2 2013
WWII in HD is required viewing for its high-minded ideals and its near-flawless execution. It makes other films on the subject matter pale in comparison.
Tuesday, November 26 2013
Like Jimmy Darmody, his Boardwalk Empire counterpart, Tommy Shelby has grown up to find all Gods dead and all faiths in man shaken -- but not quite all wars fought.
Monday, November 25 2013
Six of the very best episodes and a treasure trove of extras make this boxed set worthy of commemorating the 25th anniversary of one of the funniest shows ever made.
Tuesday, November 19 2013
Treme is the most kaleidoscopic show being produced these days. Its artistry in the arc of the episodes demonstrates gorgeous design throughout the season.
Thursday, November 14 2013
Saved by the Bell ended in 1993, but now 20 years later, the teen sitcom is as charming as ever.
Wednesday, November 13 2013
For some, Robotech was (and is) a multi-generational Japanese animated space opera on par with the ambitious TV sagas like Star Trek, Babylon 5 and Battlestar Galactica.
Monday, November 11 2013
The last episode of Dexter tries to remind us of not only where the monsters come from, but also what can become of them and the people they try to love.
Wednesday, November 6 2013
At its dark core, Mad Men is an epic poem to rapacious capitalism.
For all its occasional predictability and melodrama, when Under the Dome is good, it's very good. When it falls flat, it's still good enough to stay tuned for the next installment.
Tuesday, November 5 2013
Perhaps more than any other sitcom, Boy Meets World totally captures what it feels like to grow up.