TV Review: The Consultant

Tony Gasballop, creator of Apple TV’s sadistic Servant, prepares a fresh, disturbing course of suspense and dark comedy in Amazon Prime’s new series, The Consultant. An ensemble cast anchored by Academy Award-winning Austrian-German actor Christoph Waltz combine to make this a “workplace comedy” unlike any other. Similar to Servant, whatever direction one imagines The Consultant … Continue reading TV Review: The Consultant

TV Review: You – Season 4, Part 1

During its unexpected journey in the transition from being an overlooked Lifetime gem to an unexpected Netflix smash hit, creepy romance/thriller You evolved beyond its Dexter counterpart and into something truly special. Season three ended in a sort of reset, appearing to promise that Joe (Penn Badgley) would be stalking librarian Marienne (Tati Gabrielle) and … Continue reading TV Review: You – Season 4, Part 1

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

TV Review: Emily in Paris – Season 3

After a lengthy hiatus typical of the Netflix model, Emily in Paris is back for a vibrant, super fun third season! Honestly, I felt a bit of a sophomore slump with their previous effort. 2020’s debut season however was one of my favorite comfort-watching experiences. I am so thrilled to report that this time around, … Continue reading TV Review: Emily in Paris – Season 3

TV Review: Queer For Fear: The History of Queer Horror

Having seen only the first two episodes of Shudder’s excellent queer horror doc, aptly titled Queer for Fear: The History of Queer Horror, I can safely say that I am obsessed with the direction and interviews from gay creative (and absolute legend) Bryan Fuller. We dive all the way back to the literary origins, laser-focused … Continue reading TV Review: Queer For Fear: The History of Queer Horror