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Stranger Things: Review

Article by: Anthony Florez   Minor spoilers involving tone and some general stuff...   I saw an article the other day that referenced Stranger Things, with the question 'Has homage become a genre of its own?' and it made me hesitate. Then I got defensive because, as will soon become apparent, I am madly in


Article by: James Kidd   Praise the Lord, Preacher fans! Whether you are a fan of the comic book series or of AMC’s television adaptation, the show has finally gotten into its twisted grove, throwing Jessie, Tulip, Cassidy, and the other denizens of Salvation, Texas headfirst into the darkly humorous and twisted

Game of Thrones, Season Six Finale: The Winds Of Winter

Article by: Anthony Florez   Spoilers ahead. Spoilers ahead. Spoilers ahead.       How beautiful was the opening King's Landing sequence in Game of Thrones season finale, The Winds of Winter? And I'm not talking about just the typically great cinematography, but the music, that piano arrangement that delicately built layer after layer of tension

Game of Thrones, Episode 9: Battle of the Bastards

Article by: Anthony Florez   First, a quick word on HBO Now going down right as Battle of the Bastards became available to stream: haha! That's not a word as much as an onomatopoeia and I only feel comfortable laughing because I was on the losing end of this unfortunate server failure BUT I

Game of Thrones, Episode 8: No One

Article by: Anthony Florez   Spoilers ahead! Spoilers ahead! Spoilers ahead!     I got a little caught up in the fan theories about Arya getting stabbed and the one that made the most sense had to do with what hand she was using during that whole idiotic traipse through Braavos. She's always been left-handed,

Game of Thrones: Episode Six and Seven

Article by: Anthony Florez   Spoilers ahead. Spoilers ahead. Spoilers ahead.       Damn it, Tommen. You knucklehead. Somehow the King's Landing plot has gotten even more irritating, right when it had all the potential to start going somewhere. My favorite description of the High Sparrow, as he revealed some of his origins to Margaery last

Game of Thrones, Episode 5: The Door

Article by: Anthony Florez   Spoilers ahead! Spoilers ahead! Spoilers ahead!     The Door is, in my opinion, the first great episode of season six. With the Kingsmoot hastily completed the Ironborn's role in the greater game is finally established. Jon and Sansa are setting out to liberate the north, without the aid of

ON TV: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season 1 Review

Article by: Josh Bradley   The season one finale for the CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend aired just under a month ago, and yet I haven’t been able to get the first season out of my head. Despite very positive critical reviews (and a complete shock Golden Globe win for the lead and co-showrunner,

Game of Thrones, Episode 4: Book of the Stranger

Article and Photos by: Anthony Florez   Spoilers ahead. Spoilers ahead. Spoilers ahead.     Me last week: "Daenerys, stop taking shit from people." And my reaction at the end of Sunday's episode. It was nice to see her backing up all that trash talk with some real action, I was worried she would be all bluster

Game of Thrones: Season Six Recap

Article by: Anthony Florez   Spoilers ahead.   Oh, Game of Thrones. You hurt so good. Three episodes into the sixth season and almost entirely off the reservation at this point, with the George R.R. Martin novels no longer usable as source material -- how are we doing? I'd say fair-to-good. While the first two episodes