Last week’s episode of ‘Westworld’ felt like a real turning point where some of the show’s storylines finally kicked into gear. The latest entry builds on that by dropping one hell of a bombshell plot twist at the end.
The half-hour limit really hampers this week’s episode of ‘Ash vs. Evil Dead’, which ends on a cliffhanger it really can’t justify.
In addition to fighting off the usual Evil Dead, Ash Williams gets a real blast from the past this week when he’s reunited with someone he hasn’t seen since 1981.
The last couple episodes of ‘Westworld’ have made an interesting shift away from Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood), who was the main focus of the early parts of the season, and toward Maeve (Thandie Newton). I wonder if this was planned ...
Even for a half-hour show, the latest episode of ‘Ash vs. Evil Dead’ feels short. Either that’s because it moves so quickly or because, frankly, there’s not much to it.
As if ‘Westworld’ didn’t already have enough other unanswered questions and mysteries, this week I’m left wondering just how large this theme park is. We’ve already seen a massive construction project so far away that none of the ...
I decided that I wasn’t going to complain about the timeline confusion on ‘Westworld’ anymore (at least for now). However, the latest episode really confounds me.
‘Ash vs. Evil Dead’ may be just as gory as a certain zombie horror show that returned to the air this week, but at least it’s still fun about it. Watching the two back-to-back on Sunday, I almost can’t believe I was sickened at se...
‘Ash vs. Evil Dead’ strikes a better balance between gore and slapstick this week than the season’s first couple of episodes. Somehow, it does this despite having a very goofy plot.
Three episodes in, ‘Westworld’ is slowly doling out answers (or at least clues) to some of its little mysteries, but I’m still troubled by a big one that I don’t think the writers have any plans to ever address.
The second episode of ‘Westworld’ clarifies a couple of things I found confusing in the premiere. At least, it seems to. With a show like this, it’s far too early to know what to trust just yet.
Goofy slapstick humor is of course a prime ingredient of the ‘Evil Dead’ franchise, but does this week’s episode of ‘Ash vs. Evil Dead’ push it to too much of an extreme?