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Review: CASTLE ROCK A Slow Burning Deliciously Twisted Series Fans Will Love

Sam Shaw and Dustin Thomason’s Castle Rock (which makes it debut July 25th on Hulu) takes a slow yet deliberate approach to universe building without sacrificing storytelling or character development.

Emmys 2018: HBO, Netflix and Hulu Scored Top Nominations

The Emmys announced their nominations for 2018 and among the fantasy and science fiction genre, HBO, Netflix and Hulu scored big. HBO’s Game of Thrones...

WESTWORLD Review: “The Passenger”

"The Passenger", Westworld's season two finale, was a powerful close to an inconsistent season.  The acting was exemplary and the conclusion simultaneously satisfied and...

‘Westworld’ Season 2 Review: An Intriguing And Bloodthirsty Western

In the latest episode of Kieran's Movie Space, Kieran discusses and reviews the complete second season of HBO's Westworld, which aired its season finale on June...

WESTWORLD Review: “Vanishing Point” is a Tragic Lead-Up to the Season 2 Finale

A collection of powerful performances save "Vanishing Point" from being an otherwise sad and redundant penultimate episode of the season.  Much of the episode...

WESTWORLD Review: “Kiksuya” Shines Some Light On The Past

"Kiksuya" means "remember" in Lakota.  If you took the time to learn Lakota so you could watch Dances With Wolves without subtitles, your efforts...

Review: WESTWORLD ‘Les Écorchés’ The Most Depressing Episode Of The Series

The most popular television shows right now are centered around bad things happening to good people. The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones are the two most prominent series in this genre. Westworld took this concept to a new level as humans slaughtered host (androids) by the hundreds on any given day at the park.

WESTWORLD Review: “The Riddle of the Sphinx” is Puzzling and Mystical

As beautiful and puzzling as the sphinx itself, "The Riddle of the Sphinx" is a divisive episode that may split the audience, but will...

WESTWORLD Review: “Reunion” Brings Together Old Allies and Enemies

Not every "Reunion" is a happy one.  Sometimes they lead to violent confrontation, like last night's episode of Westworld.  In the episode, we learn...