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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.
May 12, 2018
The Rain review: Netflix's Danish series sticks too faithfully to the post-apocalyptic story rulebookFor a story that is religiously tied to its genre roots, Netflix's The Rain could have benefited with an intrepid approach to working within its tropes
May 03, 2018
The Alienist review: 19th century New York, strong cast, spooky story shine in historical crime thrillerNew York, 1896. A serial killer is on the loose and alienist (what early psychiatrists were called) Dr Laslo Kreizler must halt this murderous spree.
Apr 29, 2018
The Chalet review: Netflix's French miniseries humanises the and-then-there-were-none scenarioA group of friends staying at a chalet in a remote French village start getting killed, one by one