The Digital Divide (Series Review: “Upload”)

Think ‘The Good Place’ meets ‘Defending Your Life’ with a ‘Heaven Can Wait’ chaser, and you’ve got ‘Upload’. Snuggle up with your Avatar and enjoy the virtual ride. Continue Reading →


The Shackles of Faith (Series Review: “Unorthodox”)

The best-selling memoir of a young woman’s escape from her Hasidic Brooklyn community is loosely adapted for the small screen. The result: an unapologetic and scathing indictment of the culture. Continue Reading →


Catching Evil (Series Review: “The Outsider”)

A more poignant darkness prevails in this disturbing series, adapted from a novel by the master himself, Stephen King Continue Reading →


Too Soon? (Series Review: “Medical Police”)

Two American docs are swept up in a deadly international game of viral espionage in which they discover their true talents at crime-solving. . . a hilarious spoof that’s anything but politically correct and instantly infectious. Continue Reading →


Connecting the Dots (Series Review: “Unbelievable”)

A true crime series about a string of home invasion rapes, the fringe-class victim who no one believes, and the two detectives who just won’t give up until they’ve brought a monster to justice. Continue Reading →


Is He or Isn’t He?(Series Review: “Messiah”)

In modern day Syria, a complete unknown captures the attention of several hundred desperate souls. Seemingly overnight, he crosses an ocean and becomes a global sensation. Is he Christ returned. . . or something much darker? Continue Reading →


End of Days, Maybe (Series Review: “Good Omens”)

An irreverent send-up of the Armageddon Bible story, with The Omen and Rosemary’s Baby movie homages placed firmly tongue in cheek. Scathingly funny and ingenious. Continue Reading →