dark        

 
 

#series

FRONT PAGE


 photo

Netflix's adaptation of Locke and Key gets a premiere date

Welcome to Keyhouse. If you are unfamiliar with the property then let me help you with that. This house is home to the Locke family, who have lived here for centuries. It holds many secrets within its grounds. Be wary and keep your eyes and...

 
 
 
 
 photo

Review: Carmen Sandiego (Season Two)

Earlier this year, Netflix released Carmen Sandiego on the world, a rebooted tale focusing on the origins of the iconic criminal. The story this time attempted to recast the villainous figure as a misunderstood hero. It was a pretty clich&e...

 
 
 
 photo

Review: Preacher (Season 4)

After four years of boundary-pushing entertainment, Preacher has finally reached its end. As one of the forerunners for AMC's "cutting edge" label of programming, Preacher prided itself on how it didn't play by conventions. If it was a soci...

 
 
 
 photo

Masters of Doom series finds it John Carmack and John Romero

A few months back, USA Networks announced it had ordered a run of episodes based on the biographical novel Masters of Doom. A book chronicling the development of 1993 mega-hit Doom and the fallout behind the scenes at id Software, we didn't...

 
 
 
 photo

HBO Max lands a two-season revival of The Boondocks

Looks like actor John Witherspoon was right after all. WarnerMedia has announced that Aaron McGruder's legendary comedy series The Boondocks will be getting a two-season revival for HBO Max. The group has ordered two full seasons for a reim...

 
 
 photo

Dating app Tinder to reportedly get a streaming series

According to a report from Variety, dating app Tinder is set to launch a "choose-your-own-adventure" styled streaming series next month. The series will be set before an impending apocalypse and will pose the question "Who would you spend y...

 
 
 photo

Latest Watchmen trailer shows a world in ruin

Not even mere minutes after our editorial on Joker and Watchmen goes live does HBO upload a new trailer for its Watchmen series. Giving us a quick glimpse at the cult of Rorschach, it seems as if these domestic terrorists believe they trul...

 
 
 
 
 photo

WandaVision adds to Marvel's Disney+ slate of shows

Disney has to be feeling pretty good about their upcoming streaming service after Marvel's bash of news at San Diego Comic Con. Joining other series like The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, WandaVision sounds as if it will continue toe stori...

 
 
 
 
 photo

HBO renews Euphoria for a second season

HBO has renewed the Zendaya led series Euphoria for season two. The show, which chronicles the struggles of a drug addict fresh off of rehab, debuted last month and is off to an excellent start. Not content to let this series go by the ways...

 
 
 
 photo

Star Trek: Discovery producer teases the return of Spock

Star Trek: Discovery producer Alex Kurtzman has teased the possible return of fan-favorite character Spock to the cast. Speaking to Deadline for its "Crew Call" podcast, Kurtzman said, "I would be remiss in saying you're going to see Spock ...

 
 
 photo

Richard Curtis teases Blackadder reunion special

The possibility of a Blackadder revival has been on the table for a while, but this week Richard Curtis has revived speculation by mentioning a ‘gorgeous’ reunion between frontmen Rowan Atkinson and Tony Robinson. We should al...

 
 
 photo

Harvey Birdman spin-off Birdgirl coming to Adult Swim

Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law may be the best show that Adult Swim has ever put out. It was witty, sharp, and ruined every memory I had of Hannah-Barbera cartoons from my youth. It was nearly perfect. While the one-off special from late l...

 
 
 
 
 
 photo

Russian Doll is well worth your time

Russian Doll presents a tricky proposition for review. The series is loaded with themes, symbolism and constant mind games, but a lot of the enjoyment hinges on the mystery of it all. Even explaining simple details from the second or third ...

 
 
 photo

Psych: The Movie 2 is back on track

After numerous delays and setbacks, USA Networks has officially signed off on Psych: The Movie 2. The two-hour TV special will begin production in Vancouver next month, reports TVLine. Both James Roday and Dule Hill will reprise their roles...

 
 
 photo

Review: Les Miserables, Episode Two

Welcome back! After last week’s pilot, I’m really glad to say that the BBC adaptation of Les Misérables is soaring. Thanks to the enduring patience of Flixist’s US writers, who have given me free reign to cover wh...

 
 
 
 
 photo

HBO provides its first look at the upcoming Watchmen series

There's no denying the greatness of Alan Moore's Watchmen. The 1987 story took a dark look at the superhero realm, filled it with riotous prerogatives and semi-retired heroes forced into a choice of underground vigilante or common civilian ...

 
 
 
 photo

I didn't see Daredevil Season 3 coming so quickly

All of the new seasons of Netflix's Marvel shows have just crept up on me from out of nowhere. I had no idea Luke Cage (Season Two) even aired and now we're already talking about Iron Fist (Season Two) and how it has improved on the first s...

 
 
 photo

Review: Orange is the New Black - Season Six

For the past few years, I’ve grown tired of how Netflix has been conducting its shows. While it is nice to have an entire season available at once, the writing that goes into Netflix’s original series tends to be so sloppy that ...

 
 
 
 photo

Locke and Key reportedly coming to Netflix

Locke and Key is one of the darlings of the comic horror scene, for as long as I have been into comics people have always suggested that I read it because it's so well written. Unfortunately, I am poor and can't afford every book and my lib...

 
 
 photo

Review: Roseanne: Season 10

Revivals of a classic TV show isn’t exactly a new thing, but the concept has been kicked into overdrive lately. I can’t imagine anyone was clamoring for a Hawaii Five-0 or Knight Rider reboot, but here we are with both existing....

 
 
 photo

Review: The End of the F**cking World

An adaptation of the 2013 graphic novel by Charles Forsman, The End of the F**king World is an early 2018 drop for Netflix aimed to cash in on the troubled teen variety of television series' success. Maybe it's done in a slightly diffe...

 
 
 
 




Got news?  [email protected]

                 

Reviews   filter by...

Dark Waters"The Incredible Hulk vs Systemic Pollution"

 

Daniel Isn't Real"Daniel is real good"

 

Runaways (Season 3)"Not much running in this one"

 

Red Handed"Snake dancin' and kidnappin'"

 

Queen & Slim"Ride or die"

 

The Good Liar"Liar, liar"

 

White Snake"This one won't fit in your boot!"

 

21 Bridges"We've crossed this one before"

 

Varda by Agnes"A life's work, a final chat"

 

Away"Shhh..."

 

Harley Quinn (Season 1)"No subheading I think of will be as funny as this show"

 

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood"A perfectly pleasant neighbor"

 

The Dwelling"The bed that doesn't eat"

 

Frozen 2"Thawing"

 

Ford v Ferrari"Car Wars"

 

10 Minutes Gone"Regrettably forgettable"

 

Recap: The Mandalorian (Season 1, Episode 1)"Star Wars, but with more shooting"

 

The Shed"It's actually about the vampire inside the shed"

 

Lady and the Tramp"Wait, this isn't a cash grab?"

 

Midway"戦争はつまらない"

 
 
 
 
NEXT