HBO's cathartic original comedy is a strong reminder that the answers we crave are sometimes right before us.
Mrs. Davis Review: Joyfully Careening from the Straightforward Road
Conjured by two veteran television creators, the new series is one of the most unique viewing experiences you’ll have all year.
How Shelved is a Librarian Love Letter to TV’s Best Sitcoms
CTVs 'Shelved' pulls from many popular workplace sitcoms, but translates them to its unique new setting: the public library.
White House Plumbers Review: Funny Yet Tedious Political Satire Doesn’t Fulfill Its Potential
Although witty and well-acted, HBO's latest miniseries is otherwise underwhelming.
Fatal Attraction Series Review: A Watered-Down Reimagining
Paramount's modern spin on Fatal Attraction is a thoroughly misguided attempt at recharacterising the story through the lens of mental illness.
Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 2 Review
The second season of 'Star Wars: The Bad Batch' is stronger than the first, benefiting from the first season’s destabilizing consequences.
Quasi Review: A Harmless Silly Satire
The Broken Lizard team returns Quasi, a goofy take on The Hunchback of Notre Dame that's perfectly mediocre turn-your-brain-off rainy day entertainment.
Evil Dead Rise Review: Deadite Family Matters
The Evil Dead Rise, the latest iteration of Sam Raimi's franchise, goes light on the series' black humour and heavy on the blood and gore.
The Mandalorian Season 3 Review: The MCU-fication of Star Wars
The series has become too committed to building a larger mythology, sacrificing its own characters to do so.
Star Trek: Picard Season 3 Review: A Fun, Final Adventure
There's no denying the emotion that fans will feel with the crew back on the bridge one last time.
Joyland Review: Joyous, Groundbreaking Cinema
Pakistani filmmaker Saim Sadiq's Oscar-shortlisted Joyland is a landmark for queer storytelling that gives its transgender lead a full life and agency.
Beau Is Afraid Review: Ari Aster’s Most Disturbing Film Yet
Beau Is Afraid is Ari Aster's most unhinged film yet, and potentially his most divisive.
Totally Completely Fine Review: A New Dark Comedy, Emphasis On The Dark
While uneven at times, the new series successfully continues a common theme of 2023 TV - mental health awareness.
Dead Ringers Review: Rachel Weisz Stuns, It’s Everything Else That Doesn’t
What could’ve been a successful reinvention feels shallow and misdirected.
Slip Review: Zoe Lister-Jones’ Rom-Com Multiverse is a Liberating Watch
Zoe Lister-Jones' seven-part series Slip explores the universe-bending and life-changing powers of orgasms in this touching, funny, and heartfelt dramedy.