Despite several shortcomings, “Sweeney Todd” pulls through with its ambition to reinvent.
Jessica Jones provides raw and intriguing take on Marvel’s superhero world.
Neil Hilborn hosts intense poetry slam competition at Memorial Chapel.
“Master of None” tackles the millenial experience with intelligent glee.
Treating biopics as historical documents misses the point and stifles the films.
Buffy’s later seasons provide unshakable thematic contradictions.
Amy Schumer’s new special is good, just not as good as one would hope.
In “Goosebumps,” Jack Black and Dylan Minnette face off against a hodge-podge of things that go bump in the night.
Not everyone was thrilled with the cola-centric finale of Matthew Weiner’s AMC phenomenon. Henry Spiro feels that “Person to Person” kicked the show’s trademark malaise to the curb for the sake of a happy ending.
Comedy Central’s “Review” drags the art of criticism down a dark, surreal rabbit hole.
“Doctor Who” premieres to a creative vacuum.
Using interviews from candidates ranging in age from nine to 70, “un/do” provides a look at cycles of creation and destruction.