TV Review: Stranger Things 4, Volume 1

I remain in awe of the massive, ever-growing fanbase for Netflix’s Stranger Things—from a sleeper hit in 2016 to emerging as one of the streamer’s finest offerings, this a horror/sci-fi success story unlike any other. The third season was my favorite so far, evolving into a campier, large-scale 80s horror extravaganza. Thanks to the worldwide … Continue reading TV Review: Stranger Things 4, Volume 1

Pit Stop: Stranger Things: The Experience New York

It's crazy to think just how big a juggernaut that Netflix's excellent horror series, Stranger Things, has become. I remember shortly after the first season debuted, when it was so new and beloved that they were yet to even produce merchandise. I ordered a custom-made Stranger Things tee online at the time and wore it … Continue reading Pit Stop: Stranger Things: The Experience New York

FrightFest Glasgow 2022: Monstrous

★★★ Christina Ricci has always made some truly fascinating choices in her filmography. I have been following her career since 1991’s The Addams Family, and Monstrous is no doubt an intriguing addition to an already-stellar career. In this unconventional horror thriller, Ricci plays a loving mother, Laura, who relocates with her 7-year-old son Cody (Santino … Continue reading FrightFest Glasgow 2022: Monstrous

TV Review: The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window

Described by Netflix as a “dark comedy thriller,” the preposterously titled, The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window is one of the most ridiculous mystery shows to emerge in quite some time. With Kristen Bell at its center (who is no stranger to mysteries considering her tenure on … Continue reading TV Review: The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window

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