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American Crime Story: “The Man Who Would Be Vogue”

Ryan Murphy’s second foray into American Crime Story, The Assassination of Gianni Versace is far more intriguing than The People vs. OJ Simpson ever was, already in its first episode. I couldn’t even bring myself to watch the OJ saga. I… Continue Reading →

Bryan Singer and the Mysterious Status of the X-Men Properties

Per Matt With the recent sexual misconduct accusations regarding Bryan Singer and the acquisition of Fox by The Walt Disney Company, the future of The X-Men properties seems cloudy, to say the least. Will the big- and small-screen properties see… Continue Reading →

ABC Should Shutter All Superhero Shows

It pains me to write this, as I’m a big fan of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. What started off as a great idea, originating from the house of Whedon and building upon previous big-screen properties has become an ongoing battle… Continue Reading →

Marvel’s Misstep: The Inhumans

Last week, Marvel Television expanded its superhero roster with the release of Marvel’s Inhumans. The series premiere aired on Friday night, which is generally regarded as TV’s wasteland, where ratings go to die. So, why did Marvel adapt this family drama, which is… Continue Reading →

American Horror Story: Cult, Send in the Clowns.

I don’t even know where to begin with this season of American Horror Story. It’s divisive, it’s already boring and unintentionally humorous. So, what is this season about? It’s about an extreme leftest who is triggered into being unable to… Continue Reading →

Snowfall n the Hood

Snowfall, created by Boyz n the Hood writer-directer John Singleton, premiered with a bang last week.

The Americans Penultimate Season Recapped

With former FBI Director James Comey testifying last Tuesday about possible Russian involvement in the 2016 U.S. election, it may seem as though the Cold War had never ended. The conflict between the USSR and the United States and other… Continue Reading →

Legion and the History of Madness

What then is this fascination which now operates through the images of madness?   – Michel Foucault, “Madness and Civilization”

Fargo: The Law of Vacant Places

Fargo, in case you didn’t know, is one of the best black comedy, crime dramas on television. This year, the crime anthology tells the story of Emmit and Ray Stussy. Emmit is a wealthy businessman and Ray, a parole officer…. Continue Reading →

Feud: Bette and Joan — Let’s Get Ready to Rumble

Maybe you aren’t a pop-culture historian and didn’t really know, but Joan Crawford and Bette Davis were archrivals for over 50 years. In case you aren’t in the know, I’ll give you a quick rundown as to why, because Feud… Continue Reading →

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