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Oct 26, 2018
The Haunting of Hill House review: Netflix's horror series shows ghosts come in all shapes and sizesThe Crains of Hill House are unique indeed in their unhappiness. Their dysfunction has an added edge: the horrors of the house they once inhabited, and the predisposition for mental illness they may carry in their genes
Oct 03, 2018
Deadwind season 1 review: Netflix's latest Nordic noir offering is reliable, regulation televisionDeadwind is best avoided if you’ve never encountered Scandinavian or Nordic noir previously
Sep 25, 2018
American Vandal season 2 review: With a story about poop, Netflix mockumentary shows its heartIt's among the odder facts of our time that a TV show about d*ck graffiti and poop (American Vandal in its first and second seasons, respectively) has one of the strongest emotional cores of recent pop culture offerings.
Sep 18, 2018
BoJack Horseman's brilliant season 5 offers a stunning indictment of the show itselfBoJack Horseman's season 5 may not go down as its funniest, or cleverest, or most poignant. But it is by far the show's most brilliant season yet.
Aug 24, 2018
Ghoul review: Netflix's horror series featuring Radhika Apte is atmospheric, partly disturbing but fully grippingThere are several levels of horror at play in Ghoul, and this layered approach to an oft-misunderstood genre comes from a director who seems keenly aware.
Jun 30, 2018
How Hannah Gadsby's Nanette painstakingly sketches the limits of the comedic mediumTo assess Nanette, a story need necessarily be retold — that of comedy, or more broadly, of the comedic medium. This is a history at whose troubled end Hannah Gadsby finds herself and knows well enough to set afloat, and away
May 22, 2018
13 Reasons Why season 2 review: Assured when dealing with sexual assault, mental health; falters on gun violenceWe're going to be talking about how 13 Reasons Why's season 2 has tackled sexual assault, consent, mental health, grief counselling, gun violence, for quite some time to come.
May 21, 2018
13 Reasons Why: Five major questions explored in season two, from the Polaroids to 'the clubhouse'A mysterious clubhouse, an unknown girl, plenty of secrets — the five major mysteries from season 2 of 13 Reasons Why.
May 17, 2018
Aggretsuko: You’re going to fall in love with Netflix’s adaptation of Sanrio’s death-metal loving red pandaAggretsuko, Netflix’s new-ish insightful animated series about the beloved Sanrio character is possibly the best show out this year
May 16, 2018
Evil Genius, Netflix documentary on bizarre bank heist, is a reminder of how twisted the human mind can beA bipolar woman, a series of dead boyfriends, a man with a flair for making improvised devices out of common household appliances, a troubled childhood, a history of drugs, sleaze and betrayal, a deceased suspect — there is literally nothing that this strange story does not have to offer.