Special Report: Streaming Reviews

Review: 'Only Murders In The Building'  Starts Out with Promise, Grows Convoluted in Season 2

Review: 'Only Murders In The Building' Starts Out with Promise, Grows Convoluted in Season 2

TELEVISION | By Karin McKie | Jun 28, 2022

The whodunnit narrative starts as self-acknowledging and promising, but becomes convoluted under its own weight and struggles to justify conclusions from the first series.

Review: Perceptive and Empathic 'Cha Cha Real Smooth' About Real People and the Roadblocks They Navigate

Review: Perceptive and Empathic 'Cha Cha Real Smooth' About Real People and the Roadblocks They Navigate

MOVIES | By Kevin Taft | Jun 17, 2022

My favorite movie of the year, "Cha Cha Real Smooth" is a simple film full of beautiful moments.

Review: 'Spiderhead' Proves That a Good Concept Doesn't Make a Great Film

Review: 'Spiderhead' Proves That a Good Concept Doesn't Make a Great Film

MOVIES | By Derek Deskins | Jun 17, 2022

In the near future, there exists an alternative to traditional jail: A select few get the opportunity at detainment with luxuries. The cost? They must participate in a series of drug trials.

Review: Careful Thoughtful 'Hustle' a Pure Delight

Review: Careful Thoughtful 'Hustle' a Pure Delight

MOVIES | By Derek Deskins | Jun 9, 2022

Oh, the emotional roller coaster that is the life of an Adam Sandler fan.

Review: The Woman, The Myth, The Miniseries: 'Angelyne' Unveils the '80s Sensation

Review: The Woman, The Myth, The Miniseries: 'Angelyne' Unveils the '80s Sensation

TELEVISION | By JC Alvarez | May 19, 2022

Before the internet or social networking, one individual became one of the most famous people on the planet, just for a billboard! Emmy Rossum stars as "Angelyne" in the Peacock series.

Review: 'Firestarter' Never Ignites

Review: 'Firestarter' Never Ignites

MOVIES | By Megan Kearns | May 16, 2022

The latest film adaptation of Stephen King's novel about a girl with pyrokinetic powers squanders its compelling premise, suffering from bad writing, weak acting, and cheap visuals.

Review: Sofia Kappel Gives a Riveting Performance in Disturbing 'Pleasure"

Review: Sofia Kappel Gives a Riveting Performance in Disturbing 'Pleasure"

MOVIES | By Kevin Taft | May 13, 2022

While graphic and unsettling, "Pleasure" is a stunning look at workplace politics using the porn industry as its guide.

Review: 'Senior Year' a Light and Fluffy Millennial Comedy

Review: 'Senior Year' a Light and Fluffy Millennial Comedy

MOVIES | By Padraic Maroney | May 13, 2022

"Senior Year" feels like a time capsule for millennials, but is also a light and fluffy comedy that can be shared with their own kids.

Review: 'Star Trek: Strange New Worlds' Warps Back to the Franchise's Roots

Review: 'Star Trek: Strange New Worlds' Warps Back to the Franchise's Roots

TELEVISION | By Kilian Melloy | May 5, 2022

Remember Captain Pike and the Enterprise as envisioned on "Star Trek: Discovery?" Those episodes pointed the way for the newest entry in the sprawling franchise. The payoff is everything fans want.

Queer Rom-com 'Crush' Charms with Adorable Sweetness

Queer Rom-com 'Crush' Charms with Adorable Sweetness

MOVIES | By Megan Kearns | Apr 29, 2022

In Sammi Cohen's charming, adorably sweet, and joyous queer rom-com, a gay teen joins the track team to be closer to her crush, yet falls for someone else.

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