Nine years have passed in the real world, but it took this long for The Walking Dead to answer a fairly basic question: What happens to zombies when winter comes around, water freezes, and snow starts falling?
Based on the 2014 movie of the same name, the FX network’s What We Do in the Shadows transfers Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi’s cult comedy to a new continent and a new medium, but remains just as dark, quirky, and hilarious....
The Kingdom kicks off its big fair and everything goes swimmingly. It’s all sunshine and smiles on a pretty uneventful episode of The Walking Dead this week… at least, as far as I can tell from my DVR recording.
With two Cicadas on the loose, The Flash has his hands full this week. You know, it occurs to me that birds eat cicadas in real life. Perhaps it’s time to bring back Hawkman and Hawkgirl!
Nine seasons in, The Walking Dead seemed to have lost most of its power to shock a long time ago. As it turns out, however, the show is still capable of surprising and even disturbing its jaded viewers.
If Barry’s plan to simply ask evil villain Cicada nicely to give up his powers seemed kind of half-baked, The Flash sort of addresses that this week. Unfortunately, the episode then doubles-down on it in a very unconvincing manner...
In contrast to its typically sluggish pace, The Walking Dead has a pretty eventful week this time out. The latest episode juggles three major storylines, and interesting things happen in at least two of them.
The CW and Syfy networks nearly converge this week as The Flash delivers a cheesy monster smackdown not far removed from something The Asylum might produce. I assume the resemblance is deliberate.
It looks like the rest of The Walking Dead this season is essentially going to be a countdown clock ticking off the time until Henry dies. Can we speed that up and make it happen in the next episode? Please?
The Walking Dead had almost three-quarters of a good episode this week, which is much better than average for recent seasons. Sadly, one idiot character has to go and ruin the whole thing.
The Walking Dead spends most of its hour this week introducing us to the new Big Bad villain for the rest of the season. I’m really left questioning whether she ultimately seems as fearsome as intended, or if the show has already ...
Between Russian Doll and the Happy Death Day sequel, Groundhog Day narratives are having quite a moment lately. Even The Flash gets in the game this week with a time-loop story that may be one of the better episodes of the season.