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Die Another Day (Series Review: “Russian Doll”)

Gallows humor goes down neat like a shot of tequila with a cocaine chaser in this ultra black comedy about a foul-mouthed, hard drinking woman who keeps on dying in horrifying ways. Could it be her own Karma that’s causing this existential nightmare? Continue Reading →


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Suddenly BFFs (Series Review: “Dead to Me”)

A darkly comic story about two women whose friendship intersects around the sudden death of one woman’s husband, and the guilty conscience which sets a bizarre series of events in motion. It’s a love story, actually. Continue Reading →


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Ponderosa Mafia (Series Review: “Yellowstone”)

Kevin Costner smolders as the conflicted magnate of the largest cattle ranch in the U.S., whose family code more reflects The Godfather than Bonanza. Is he Ben Cartwright or Don Corleone on horseback? Continue Reading →


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Before He Kills Again (Series Review: “The Alienist”)

A disturbing investigation into a series of gruesome murders in turn of the century New York City, introducing controversial new methods in criminal forensics. Based on the spectacular 1994 novel that read more like historical fiction, The Alienist illustrates a brutal world of poverty and privilege on the precipice of social and political change. Continue Reading →


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Second Acts (Series Review: “The Kominsky Method”)

Instantly addictive, The Kominsky Method proves that some talents just get better with age. Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin charm in this new series about an acting teacher and his agent. Continue Reading →


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When Bloodlines Blur (Series Review: “The Romanoffs”)

A mostly effervescent anthology series that poses the archetypal question, ‘what if there was a sole survivor in the Romanov massacre?’ If the answer is YES, what would the Russian royal bloodline’s transmogrification look like in a modern-day setting? Continue Reading →


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This Ain’t No Petticoat Junction (Series Review: “Godless”)

A captivating period Western that promises a bewitching blend of brutality and beauty, with dry banter that soars into the poetic and a musical score that stirs the soul, Godless weaves a mythic spell. Continue Reading →