After months of anticipation, Luke Cage is finally dropping on Netflix this Friday.
The 2016 Emmys aired last Sunday, and for once I walked away from a winner’s list with the feeling that every award went to a deserving performer or production.
If you get too dark, you risk losing your audience; too light, and you risk losing your original point. Tig walks that tightrope better than any comic I’ve ever seen.
I’ve previously talked about the all-but-ignored demonstration taking place against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Anyone who knows me at all knows that I am a die-hard fan of Harry Potter.
The big story these last couple of weeks has, of course, been the 2016 Rio Olympics.
I’m sick of writing about Donald Trump, but he keeps doing things that require standing up and speaking out, so here I am, yet again.
I honestly wish I could be typing up a glowing review of Suicide Squad right now. Sadly, DC comics’ latest foray into their cinematic universe was anything but good.
I have been a fervent supporter of Bernie Sanders since he came into the presidential race with these big words about political revolution.
Bojack Horseman, the strange animated show from Netflix about a world where homo sapiens exist alongside anthropomorphized, walking, talking animals.