Star Trek: Picard Season One Episode One “Remembrance” Review

Retired Admiral Picard has PTSD and has withdrawn from life, but a visit from a mysterious young woman awakens his old spirit. Spoilers: My first Star Trek series that I ever watched was Next Generation. I was about twelve years old, and I fell in love with the Star Trek universe. Over the years, I […]

Watchmen Season 1 Episode 8 ” A God Walks into Abar” Review

Zeus walks among the ordinary people and finds love in ” A God Walks into Abar.” Spoilers: Episode eight of Watchmen directed by Nicole Kassell and written by creator Damon Lindelof & Jeff Jensen is designed so that we experience time as Doctor Manhattan does. We see the world through his eyes in ” A […]

Watchmen Season 1 Episode 7 ” An Almost Religious Awe” Review

We get a lot of questions answered in “An Almost Religious Awe” about Angela Abar, Lady Trieu, and Doctor Manhattan. SPOILERS: In the seventh episode of Watchmen, we finally learn three essential mysteries. We discover that Lady Trieu and Will Reeves created the Millennium Clock to save the world. Lady Trieu knows that Doctor Manhattan […]

The Watchmen Season 1 Episode 6 “This Extraordinary Being”

The Watchmen delivered another stylistic masterpiece Sunday night. “This Extraordinary Being” shows the various parallels between Angela Abar (Regina King) and Will Reeves (Louis Gossett Jr).  The episode also takes a highly creative approach in its depiction of whitewashing and Black erasure. SPOILERS AHEAD: The majority of Episode 6 of The Watchmen, directed by Stephen […]

Why You Should Go See Sam Anderson’s new play “Death House”(spoiler-free review)

I am writing this spoiler-free review having just come home from seeing Sam Anderson (aka Holland Manners/Angel) in the Road Theatre Company’s world premiere production of “DEATH HOUSE”, written by Jason Karasev and directed by Michael Peretzian, with Sam Anderson, Verity Branco, and Chase Cargill as the mesmerizing cast. Synopsis: On the night a death-house […]