It is my belief that all human beings start as good souls at the moment of birth, but are equally capable of breaking bad. There’s three needs in life: finding … Continue reading ‘Deadwood: The Movie’ is a masterpiece
A person gets up on a stage with the intent to make people laugh, talks to the audience, and waits for a reaction. Doesn’t that sound scary to you? Ever … Continue reading Binge Watch: HBO’s ‘Crashing’ is a funny tutorial for all aspiring comics
Let’s punch Monday in the throat with a stream of consciousness.
Vinyl is one of HBO’s best series in years.
Quick Note to Leftovers fans: Justin Theroux’s Kevin, the fucked up centerpiece of HBO’s unpredictable marriage of Lost and The Twilight Zone, isn’t dead. Calm down. Regroup. Make more coffee. … Continue reading The Leftovers on HBO: Hopelessness bliss
By Sunday morning, every boxing fan should know about Gennady Golovkin.
True Detective’s Season 2 was a mess, and something creator Nic Pizzolatto will struggle to come back from. My review.
While the TV show had its good times, the movie is a drag and an extended VIP party. Not a real movie.
With ESPN letting Bill Simmons walk, a marriage with HBO is just the right move for the edgy blunt commentary artist.
Being Nucky Thompson, the king of Atlantic City, one can’t afford to stay out of danger for too long. It seems like every season the one time city treasurer and … Continue reading Taking A Walk on HBO’s Boardwalk
When Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey made the deliriously comedic Edtv together in 1999, I would find it hard to imagine they would be tag teaming in HBO’s darkly brilliant … Continue reading True Detective Spotlight
“You Can’t Be Half A Gangster.” Boardwalk Empire isn’t a show that will immediately sweep you off your feet, because it takes its time building it’s storytelling bridges and requires you … Continue reading Inside The Greatness of Boardwalk Empire