While buying robots makes almost all of your daily chores easier, can you imagine if the company behind them installed some special features to kill you?
The Promised Neverland: Season 2 is a proverbial sophomore slump compared to season 1 as it presents no credible threats or reasons to get invested.
In this 30-minute horror story, a young man is caught in the loop of a cop killing him in a multitude of ways.
Shadows House begins with establishing its core relationship, featuring two strikingly different opposites.
Redo of Healer is your classic, starts off violent and shocking, but as you become adjusted to the sex and violence, you realize there isn’t much there.
While, like most M. Night Shymalan productions, you have to wait till the end for things to get good, Servant season 2 will make you interested in a 3rd season.
It’s A Sin does deserve points for slightly altering the narrative regarding the AIDS pandemic’s early years, but eventually, it’ll feel like more of the same.
Like nearly every well-crafted film about Black oppression in America, Judas and the Messiah will enrage you, tire you out, and make you hope J. Edgar Hoover and his enablers, rot in hell.