‘Never Have I Ever’ 3×01 Review: “… been slut shamed”

high school is a bitch & people are always going to have something to say. you have to make the choice of listening to them or not.

‘The Sandman’ 1×08 Review: “Playing House”

As expected, the plot lines that were introduced in the previous episode start getting a payoff in this one. Rose’s search for her brother takes one step forward and two steps back. Jed moves out of the proverbial frying pan…

‘What We Do in the Shadows’ 4×06 Review: “The Wedding”

It’s time for a vampire wedding in What We Do in the Shadows 4×06. In true WWDITS style, it’s a complete mess.

’13: The Musical’ Interview: Meet Your New Fave Eli Golden

We interviewed Eli Golden, star of Netflix’s 13: The Musical, about everything from the movie’s message, to musical collaboration, and more.

Movie Review: ‘Gabriel’s Rapture: Part Three’: An Emotional Conclusion

Gabriel’s Rapture: Part Three is the long-awaited conclusion in the Gabriel’s Rapture trilogy, and it was worth the wait.

‘What We Do in the Shadows’ 4×05 Review: “Private School”

What We Do in the Shadows 4×05 takes all sorts of turns just to get Colin into private school. Can these vampires pretend to be human?

‘Paper Girls’ Roundtable Interview: Adina Porter

Adina Porter, of Prime Video’s “Paper Girls,” discusses her character of Prioress and portraying characters outside of her comfort zone.

‘The Sandman’ 1×07 Review: “The Doll’s House”

With the first arc of the season concluded, the series takes an episode to do a little ground building, set up the major plots for the back half. Which isn’t to imply that the episode is anything less than excellent.…

’13: The Musical’ Interview: JD McCrary On All Things Brett

Watch our exclusive interview with JD McCrary, one of the talented young stars of Netflix’s adaptation of 13: The Musical, here.

‘Triangle of Sadness’ Debuts Official Trailer & Takes Down the Wealthy a Notch

‘Triangle of Sadness’ debuted a wild official trailer that really set the world of the wealthy ablaze. Or drowned it, actually.

SDCC 2022: Vampire Academy’s Julie Plec and Marguerite MacIntyre

The minds behind Peacock’s Vampire Academy, Julie Plec and Marguerite MacIntyre, discuss making the show special.

‘High School Musical: The Musical: The Series’ 3×03 Review: “The Woman in the Woods”

The Wildcats celebrate Halloween early as they face their fears and the spirit of Susan Fine on HSMTMTS 3×03, “The Woman in the Woods.” Keep reading for our review!

‘The Sandman’ 1×06 Review: “The Sounds of Her Wings”

Would you want to live forever? On the surface, it seems like a simple enough question. Most of us fear death on some level, after all. But would you really want to live forever? And is death as terrible as…

Netflix Releases First Look At Season 5 Of ‘Cobra Kai’

Netflix released a lot of pics from #CobraKai today and we’re so excited for the 5th season! See them here!

Book Review: ‘The Trouble With Hating You’ by Sajni Patel

The Trouble With Hating You by Sajni Patel delivers a rom-com that challenges the stigmas surrounding the South-Asian culture.

Netflix’s ‘Do Revenge’ Debuts Official Trailer & We’re Here for It

Camila Mendes and Maya Hawke star in the official trailer for Netflix’s ‘Do Revenge’ where they exact their own brand of revenge.

‘Paper Girls’ Roundtable Interview: Camryn Jones and Sofia Rosinsky

Sofia Rosinsky and Camryn Jones, two of the stars in Prime Video’s ‘Paper Girls’ series discuss the show’s diversity and how they bonded.

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 4×09 Review: “Wild, Wild West”

I think we all pretty much knew at some point in this season of Roswell, New Mexico we’d have a Liz episode. That’s exactly who Roswell, New Mexico 4×09 “Wild, Wild West” was about. It was also an episode where…

‘The Sandman’ 1×05 Review: “24/7”

Thus far, The Sandman has primarily been a fantasy show. It veers into the realm of suspense in its fifth episode, however. We finally get to delve a little more into the character and psyche of John (David Thewlis) while…

‘Paper Girls’ Roundtable Interview: Christopher C. Rogers

‘Paper Girls’ showrunner Christopher C. Rogers discusses his history with the Prime Video series’ source material.

‘Thirteen Lives’ Review: Real and Rousing

Real-life stories don’t get more tense than ‘Thirteen Lives.’ Or more uplifting. And director Ron Howard delivers it all.