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Review: ‘Chernobyl’ Highlights The Humanity Found In Tragedy

Craig Mazin’s Chernobyl intertwines a series of fascinating human-centric narratives as a way of emphasizing the pure devastation which resulted from the explosion and subsequent fire that engulfed nuclear reactor four. While recounting the actual events surrounding this catastrophic moment aren’t challenging…

Review: ‘Game Of Thrones’ Season Eight Episode Three Was A Nightmare

Game Of Thrones third episode is upon as is “The Battle Of Winterfell.” In what has widely been reported as the largest filmed battle in both cinematic and television history, certainly seems as if this final season may hinge on…

Review: Game Of Thrones Season 8 Ep 2 The Winds Of War Have Picked Up

If the first episode of the eighth and final season of Game Of Thrones was a set up for this season then last nights calm before the storm was a prelude to heartbreak, Sunday’s episode was one of the best written of…

Review: ‘Game Of Thrones’ S8 Episode 1 Laid The Groundwork

After 595 long grueling days, Game Of Thrones laid the groundwork for what promises to be a fantastic final season. The anticipation and promotion for this final season have reached epic heights as the show which began as a fantasy-centric show is…

Review: ‘O.G.’ Sheds Light On The Issues Afflicting Our Prison System

Madeleine Sackler’s O.G. is a film that most will have trouble connecting with but that is exactly why everyone should make an effort to see it. Sackler’s film takes a deep look into the intricate workings of prison culture through the perspective…

Review: ‘Leaving Neverland’ Is A Gut Punch To Jackson Fans

Dan Reed’s documentary Leaving Neverland will be a gut punch to audiences around the globe when it premieres on HBO Sunday night. Reed takes a meticulous approach as he peels back the layers of suspicious behavior to shed light on a truth…

Review: ‘True Detective’ Season Three Starts Strong

The best thing which True Detective did this season was returning to its roots. While the caliber of acting in the second season was strong, the departure from weaving in multiple timelines while sticking with a slightly macabre tone left that season…