Xander Berkeley

‘The Dark and the Wicked’ Review: Fear at the Family Farm

A brother and sister return to their remote family home in order to see their dying father.

7.5 Good

‘The Dark and The Wicked’ Review: A Nihilistic, Nerve-Wracking Treatise On Death

On a secluded farm in a nondescript rural town, a man is slowly dying. His family gathers to mourn, and soon a darkness grows, marked by waking nightmares and a growing sense that something evil is ta...

8 Great
Taken

Taken 10 Years Later: The Liam Neeson Industry Begins

When Taken opened 10 years ago today, it created a new genre. The Liam Neeson action movie has been going strong for a decade now, surviving even the actor’s suggestions he’d retire from action. I thi...

Review: The Walking Dead 9×01, “A New Beginning”

Following a decline in interest when it came to The Walking Dead, and an unusually good season of Fear the Walking Dead, the prospect of a soft reboot for the original AMC zombie hit was an interestin...

Review: The Walking Dead 8×15, “Worth”

It seems like The Walking Dead’s “All Out War” is finally coming to an end. “Worth” is a solid episode as far as exploring the enemy, but it also does what is needed to round out where we are with the...

Review: The Walking Dead 8×13, “Do Not Send Us Astray”

So we all remembered Tobin, right? This week’s episode of The Walking Dead decided to bring back Carol’s sorta-ex-boyfriend in a big way. “Do Not Send Us Astray” has fun with its big battle segment, b...

Review: The Walking Dead 8×11, “Dead or Alive Or”

In case you haven’t noticed, The Walking Dead is a profoundly nihilistic show. For whatever reason, the writers like to throw in reminders of this all the time, and sometimes they really make sure eve...

Review: The Walking Dead 8×08, “How It’s Gotta Be”

Why put Carl in charge? I guess he did his best, but this was a question that I kept thinking about during the overlong and underwhelming mid-season finale of The Walking Dead. “How It’s Gotta Be” fel...

Review: The Walking Dead 8×06, “The King, The Widow, And Rick”

There’s a particular shot of a walker in this week’s Walking Dead that summarizes the episode to the point that makes me wonder if another thousand words are necessary. While spending time in the wood...

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