Featuring clips of Doctor Strange, Shut In, King Cobra, The Whole Truth, In a Valley of Violence, Hacksaw Ridge, Moana, and Rules Don’t Apply.
If you are unsure about the movies and TV shows coming out this week on DVD/Blu-Ray in Canada (and perhaps elsewhere), maybe my site’s reviews can help:
If you would like to read a recap of last week’s episode, click here. Remember what I said last week about things moving too slow because of all the characters. This episode approached things a little differently, focusing heavily on one story. Will this narrowing of focus make the story better since we don’t have to worry about any other characters? Read below for more.
Chapter 4 of HBO’s hit show Westworld was a breakout episode. It was a breakout episode for Dolores, Maeve, the Man in Black, and especially for Ford. A show that had turned procedural the last few episodes has now taken a new and exciting direction and it’s only a matter of time until things really start to escalate.
I don’t need to explain how big The Walking Dead is. I’ve enjoyed the show for the most part despite not reading the comics (I have 2 compendiums though). The stories may not always be there but it is exciting and I like the fact that it isn’t always about walkers as the human element plays a big part. Don’t get me wrong, I still like the occasional gruesome Walker kill as much as the next guy. Last season ended with a cliffhanger as it cut away as soon as Negan was about to swing Lucille towards one of our beloved survivors.
If you would like to read a recap of last week’s episode, click here. So we’re starting to move in the right direction and slowly moving away from the terrorist subplot. We’re starting to make some headway in both the past and the present in the hopes of connecting the two somehow. The previous episode offered plenty of twists in both regards but will they get resolved, probably not but it is definitely getting more interesting.
Since I’ve started this site, I’ve written a lot of reviews. In case you missed some of my earlier ones, I would like to share an older review of “The Big Short” which originally appeared here.
Since I’ve started this site, I’ve written a lot of reviews. In case you missed some of my earlier ones, I would like to share an older review of “Joy” which originally appeared here.
Featuring trailers of A Cure for Wellness, Arrival, Nocturnal Animals, and My Dead Boyfriend.
My wishes for The Exorcist were finally met and it’s now starting to get interesting. I was tired of the show dragging us along a seemingly pointless ride of new character introductions and plot filler, but Chapter 5 made it all worthwhile. We not only got to see some gore and paranormal creepiness, but the writers gave us a twist that will only propel the show to new (and once thought unattainable) heights.