Emotionally charged, viscerally exciting and consistently enlightening, Gabe Polsky’s Red Army is a sports documentary like no other.
What do "Sharknado 2," "The Honorable Woman," and "The Killing" say about the increasingly diverse TV landscape?
The best new releases on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, VOD, and Blu-ray/DVD.
A review of FX's "Married" & "You're the Worst" and USA's "Rush" & "Satisfaction."
A how-to guide to finding Life Itself on VOD.
A review of "Extant" and "Hemlock Grove."
A guide to new releases On Demand and through streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, and Fandor.
A performance here and there; the fascinating narrative of Perrotta’s; the commentary on how poorly human beings deal with earth-shattering change—there are reasons to watch "The Leftovers" and I’m curious enough to keep going through at least the first season, but lower those expectations that this is the next great 2014 TV drama.
An appreciation of "A Hard Day's Night" as its 50th anniversary approaches.
FX launches three dramas in the next three weeks—"Tyrant," "The Bridge," "The Strain"—with mixed results.
On the eve of its 10th anniversary, a new version of Oliver Stone's Alexander on Blu-ray demands a reappraisal.