Review: FREE GUY Might Be The Best Video Game Movie Ever

Free Guy is the best video game movie to date and feels like it combines Ready Player One with Grand Theft Auto. A unique premise that delivers humor and a surprisingly clever love story. The film’s high concept may never reach its full potential, but what it does in between brings an engaging experience for families… Continue reading Review: FREE GUY Might Be The Best Video Game Movie Ever

KILLING EVE – Are You Leading or Am I | TV Review

Killing Eve’s third season comes to a close with “Are You Leading or Am I?” and sees Eve and Villanelle work for the first time in the season. Villanelle has fled to London and meets Carolyn to offer her defection. But Carolyn refuses because Villanelle is no longer able to kill. Her only opinion is… Continue reading KILLING EVE – Are You Leading or Am I | TV Review

KILLING EVE – Beautiful Monster | TV Review

The third season of Killing Eve is reaching for its end game with the penultimate episode “Beautiful Monster.” Despite being injured in her last mission Villanelle gets assigned another assassination by Hélène (Camille Cottin). In London, Carolyn looks for evidence that her boss is a member of The Twelve, and Eve discovers a potential way… Continue reading KILLING EVE – Beautiful Monster | TV Review

KILLING EVE – End of Game | TV Review

Jodie Comer as Villanelle, Yugi Lagodinsky as Irina - Killing Eve _ Season 3, Episode 46- Photo Credit: Daniel Kosuth/BBCAmerica/SidGentle

After the detour to Russia, the third season of Killing Eve returns to its main plot with “End of Game.” Niko had miraculously survived a pitchfork being shoved through his neck but left unable to speak and rejects Eve. Because of this Eve becomes demanded to bring down The Twelve and finds a potential lead to Dasha.… Continue reading KILLING EVE – End of Game | TV Review

KILLING EVE – Are You From Pinner | TV Review

“Are You From Pinner” sees a more personal and vulnerable side of Villanelle as she returns home to Russia. Villanelle goes back Mother Russia to find her family using the information Konstantin gave her. She returns to reunite with mother and brother and meets her half-brother for the first time. It comes as a shock… Continue reading KILLING EVE – Are You From Pinner | TV Review

KILLING EVE – Still Got It | TV Review

“Still Got It” was a unique episode of Killing Eve as it divides its story into individual perspectives. After discharging himself from a psychiatric hospital, Niko has returned home to Poland. Because of this Eve has fallen into a depression but given hope when Niko sends a photo. Villanelle finally gets promoted to be a… Continue reading KILLING EVE – Still Got It | TV Review

KILLING EVE – Meetings Have Biscuits | TV Review

After two episodes that set up the plotline for the season to come Killing Eve‘s third season starts to hit its stride with the third episode, “Meetings Have Biscuits.” Eve, Carolyn, and Bitter Pill start to look through Kenny’s research about The Twelve and how it links to his death. They find a potential lead… Continue reading KILLING EVE – Meetings Have Biscuits | TV Review

KILLING EVE – Management Sucks | TV Review

“Management Sucks” continues to set up the season plotline that was established in the first episode. Kenny has been killed and his death has been declared a suicide, despite Eve (Sandra Oh) and Carolyn (Fiona Shaw) knowing better. Both Carolyn and Kenny’s employer (Danny Sapani) attempt to bring Eve in to help investigate Kenny’s death… Continue reading KILLING EVE – Management Sucks | TV Review

KILLING EVE – Slowly Slowly Catchy Monkey | TV Review

Everyone’s favorite Russian psychopathic assassin is back with the third season of Killing Eve. The first episode of the new season picks up after the events in Rome. Following the botched mission in Rome, Villanelle (Jodie Comer) has gotten married. However, her wedding day gets interrupted when her former trainer, Dasha (Harriet Walter), arrives and… Continue reading KILLING EVE – Slowly Slowly Catchy Monkey | TV Review

Review: KILLING EVE SEASON 2 – Witty, Violent, and Utterly Compelling

The first season of Killing Eve was one of the biggest shows of 2018. It became known for its memorable characters and dark, twisted humor. It earned numerous awards and praise for its stars, so the new showrunner had a lot to live up for the second season. The second season picks up 30 seconds… Continue reading Review: KILLING EVE SEASON 2 – Witty, Violent, and Utterly Compelling