Bring Me the Horizon deliver a worthy follow up to 2015’s “That’s The Spirit” with “Amo”, a concept album with a whole lot to love about it. Read More » “Bring Me the Horizon – Amo Review”
After a 14 year hiatus between albums fans of A Perfect Circle may have impossibly high expectations for their big comeback album, but “Eat The Elephant” proves itself to be almost every bit as good as the bands past releases. Read More » “A Perfect Circle – Eat The Elephant Review”
Similar to Bring Me The Horizon before them, Like Moths To Flames decision to soften their sound proves to be the correct one as the bands latest has them sounding better than ever. Read More » “Like Moths To Flames – Dark Divine Review”
Despite an interesting approach to an origin story, and the directors of “Inside” at the helm, “Leatherface” is a chainsaw movie without the chain.
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This weeks episode of The Orville was filled with a lot of laughs and a deep dive into the Krill culture that ended on a powerful note.
Read More » “The Orville: “Krill” Review”
A rare example of a band delivering their best work to date on the eighth album of their career.
Read More » “The Black Dahlia Murder – Nightbringers Review”
With the opening setup out of the way, does Discovery begin to feel more Trek-like with its third episode?
Read More » “Star Trek: Discovery: “Context Is for Kings” Review”
See what we thought of Star Trek: Discovery’s second episode and if it improved on some of the criticisms we had about the first episode.
Read More » “Star Trek: Discovery: “Battle at the Binary Stars” Review”
The first new Star Trek series in more than a decade is upon us. Find out what we thought of it in our review of the first episode.
Read More » “Star Trek: Discovery: “The Vulcan Hello” Review”
“mother!” is an exceptional work of psychological horror and biblical allegory directed by a master of the craft. Read More » “mother! Movie Review”