TV Review: Servant – Season 4

As a general rule of thumb, I have pretty much learned to expect the unexpected when it comes to M. Night Shyamalan’s twisty-turny horror drama, Servant. Four seasons deep, and Servant is still flirting with the kind of mysterious, alluring qualities that many showrunners would balk at. The sheer audacity of its atmospheric tension is … Continue reading TV Review: Servant – Season 4

Film Review: The Sky is Everywhere

★★★ Following in the footsteps of similar young adult adaptations, A24 and Apple collaboration The Sky is Everywhere swings for the fences. Popping with unique visual effects, fully-realized dream sequences, and a preposterous love triangle, the movie is a decidedly mixed bag. Even with the purest of intentions, attempting to truncate the Jandy Nelson-penned source … Continue reading Film Review: The Sky is Everywhere

TV Review: Servant – Season 3

The first season of Servant was a masterfully executed curiosity unlike anything I have ever seen before. Hailing from divisive creator M. Night Shyamalan, the creepy horror drama was teeming with captivating mysteries, phenomenal acting performances, and gorgeously-photographed pretentious displays of food. Now three seasons deep, Servant continues to deliver the strange and unusual in … Continue reading TV Review: Servant – Season 3

Film Review: Finch

★★★ Finch is small-stakes post-apocalyptic sci-fi that feels accessible to any age thanks to its age-old formula layered with simplicity. Tom Hanks delivers yet another powerhouse performance (probably my favorite from him since 2012’s Cloud Atlas), this time as a simple man named Finch—a genius robot engineer stranded in a desolate post-apocalyptic world. The visual … Continue reading Film Review: Finch

Film Review: Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry

★★★★ At best, I’d call myself a casual fan of Billie Eilish’s music, so I didn’t have the biggest level of anticipation towards the new film Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry. My earliest exposure to the multiple-Grammy-winning artist was via the soundtrack of 2017’s explosive first season of Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why. I … Continue reading Film Review: Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry