Hannibal's heartbreaking “Primavera” is an episode about the brutality of framing.
Hannibal's beautiful season three premiere lets us in on Dr. Lecter's insatiable need for attention.
The most critical keepsake Hannibal Lecter ever removed from a victim was Will Graham’s ravenstag.
Most games use checkpoints to remind you that your last death didn't happen. These are the games where dying matters.
After 22 episodes of middling highs and rock bottom lows, Gotham's “All Happy Families Are Alike” is an enema. Everyone who sucks is dead and Bruce found the Batcave.
Penny Dreadful is dealing with century-old characters that have never left our nightmares, playing with our expectations and allowing us to rediscover the reasons these monsters are so transcendent.
Gotham slays The Ogre and introduces Lucius Fox as it prepares for a promising season finale.
In Gotham, murder is all about the optics.
"Beasts of Prey" uses superficial violence like a laugh-track.
Netflix's Daredevil is part startup business comedy, part law procedural, and part martial arts film. It's also a revelation.
HBO Canada's Toronto Pop-Up Shop is small and filled with goodies.
Sephiroth's journey in FFVII mirrors the Easter tale of Jesus's resurrection.
The disease simulator starts with a cough and ends with a long, joyful descent into eternal nothingness.
"Everyone Has a Cobblepot" is Gotham's case study in identity.
With Crash Bandicoot, Naughty Dog perfected the formula to create the last true console mascot.
"Red Hood" is as good as Gotham gets: A great case of the week, an eye-popping moment of absurdity and a punch right in the feels.
This week Gotham went through an identity crisis and the only survivor was Bruce Wayne.
The complete season four Game of Thrones Blu-ray set is tailored to make fans of all types go purple in the face (in a good way).