‘So Help Me Todd’ 1×12 Review: “Psilo-Sibling”

All families are complicated, but So Help Me Todd 1×12 “Psilo-Sibling” makes it clear the Wrights are more complicated than most. Still, we all have some sort of family-induced baggage. It can be hard to separate who your siblings are…

‘Quantum Leap’ 1×11 Review: “Leap, Die, Repeat”

Some episodes of television just make you want to scream in a combination of excitement, appreciation, and mystery-induced frustration. Quantum Leap 1×11 “Leap, Die, Repeat” was exactly that kind of episode. In fact, if you’ll excuse me for a moment……

‘Teen Wolf: The Movie’ Review: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly

One word that fully encompasses Teen Wolf: The Movie: underwhelming. Read our review of the good, the bad, and the ugly from the film.

‘Wolf Pack’ Spoiler-Free Review: Come for Sarah Michelle Gellar, Stay for the Werewolves

Wolf Pack is more than Sarah Michelle Gellar’s come back to the supernatural. Read on for our review of the Paramount+ series.

‘Fire Country’ 1×11 Review: ‘Mama Bear’

Well, well, we got our ship moment in this weeks #FireCountry and then it was all destroyed cause Bode fucked up. UGH!

‘Fire Country’ 1×10 Review: ‘Get Your Hopes Up’

#FireCountry keeps outdoing itself week after week. This week being all about redemption and the search for it, we were here for it.

‘Quantum Leap’ 1×10 Review: “Paging Dr. Song”

Quantum Leap was my favorite new show of 2022. My favorite Christmas gift was a really good bottle of mulled wine. I brought the two together when watching Quantum Leap 1×10 “Paging Dr. Song” because – as the episode reminds…

‘Fire Country’ 1×09 Review: ‘No Good Deed’

Well, all we know after this episode is that we will protect Bode and Gabriela at all costs. AT ALL COSTS!

‘Quantum Leap’ 1×09 Review: “Fellow Travelers”

Everyone has those shows that they just look forward to every week because they make them happy. Quantum Leap 1×09 “Fellow Travelers” reminded me why this show is mine. It didn’t hurt that it called forth a common trope of…

‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’ Spoiler-Free Review: Hercule Poirot Meets KFC

Rian Johnson‘s 2019 film, Knives Out, was a surprise hit that led to a two-picture deal with Netflix to continue to series. Which leads us to Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery. It stars Daniel Craig as Benoit Blanc –…

Lifetime’s “It’s A Wonderful Lifetime” Review: ‘Wrapped Up In Love’

After all the movies about gingerbread, reconnecting with your roots, and even dancing, Lifetime’s Wrapped Up in Love – part of It’s a Wonderful Lifetime – has one final reminder not to lose sight of what’s important this holiday season.…

Lifetime’s “It’s A Wonderful Lifetime” Review: ‘The Holiday Dating Guide’

Are there rules to falling in love? According to a seemingly endless number of books, some people certainly think so. Truth be told, there’s something comforting in the thought. If you follow a simple series of rules, you can find…

Lifetime’s “It’s A Wonderful Lifetime” Review: ‘A Christmas To Treasure’

The holidays are a nostalgic time. So it’s no surprise that so many Christmas movies center around the idea of reconnecting with your roots and embracing your past. In fact, A Country Christmas Harmony, another film in this year’s slate…

Lifetime’s “It’s A Wonderful Lifetime” Review: ‘Record Breaking Christmas’

How far would you go to save a place you really love? In Record Breaking Christmas, part of the It’s a Wonderful Lifetime film collection this year, a small town has to answer that very question. Like so many small…

Lifetime’s “It’s A Wonderful Lifetime” Review: ‘Scentsational Christmas’

They say the sense of smell is the most closely tied to memory, and candles are festive, so it should come as no surprise that Lifetime’s It’s a Wonderful Lifetime made a movie about both with Scentsational Christmas. Also, with…

‘The Fabelmans’ Review: One of the Year’s Best

Steven Spielberg is a director who is matched by few others in terms of commercial and critical reception. If any filmmaker has built up collateral for interest in a dramatization of his life, it’s him. That’s what The Fabelmans is…

‘So Help Me Todd’ 1×09 Review: “Swipe Wright”

The best things in life are often unexpected. At least, that’s what So Help Me Todd 1×09 “Swipe Wright” would suggest. Of course, catastrophes are often unexpected, as well. Even when you should totally be able to see them coming,…

‘The Holiday Sitter’ Review: The Cheesy Holiday Movie the LGBTQ+ Community Needs

Hallmark’s ‘The Holiday Sitter’ is the cheesy holiday movie that the LGBTQ movie needs. And we need to talk about the why in our review.

‘Spy x Family’ 1×23 Review: “The Unwavering Path”

Spy x Family 1×23 takes us back to the tennis match from the last episode. All the doubts I had about Twilight and Nightfall losing were put at ease. Fortunately, Nightfall exceeds expectations in this episode because she attempts to…

‘Violent Night’ Review: A New Christmas Classic Has Been Born

A new Christmas classic has been born in the form of Violent Night, starring David Harbour. Read our review.

‘Stargirl’ 3×13 Review: “Frenemies – Chapter Thirteen: The Reckoning”

Stargirl 3×13, “Frenemies – Chapter Thirteen: The Reckoning,” is a whirlwind series finale that embodies the season’s greatest strengths and weaknesses.