Tag Archives: Banshee

The Red Road: Trouble Finds You (TV Review)

A battle royal is brewing between the worlds of the white townsfolk and the Native Americans who live in the hills in the Ramapo Mountains of New York. It’s slow-building and multi-layered, a mix of cultural fear, addiction, and violence. … Continue reading

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Bosch: Michael Connelly’s Wounded Warrior (TV Review)

I’m so far under the stack of things I’m sent to review – constantly- that I rarely stop to watch something just for fun. But the fact that Amazon’s original series¬†Bosch¬†is based on Michael Connelly’s series about Detective Hieronymous “Harry” … Continue reading

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X-Men Rewind: A Parable Of Society (Movie Review)

With the seventh X-Men feature releasing tomorrow, I’ve been reviewing the previously-released elements of the cinematic mythology. It’s hard not to draw from the various comic books, television shows, etc. but I’ve tried to keep it limited to what the … Continue reading

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Banshee: Redemption The Hard Way (TV Review)

Disclaimer: This review is for a Cinemax original TV show and contains some grittier elements than more mainstream reviews, like excessive violence, nudity, and language. It won’t be for everyone. Banshee tells the story of Lucas Hood (Antony Starr), the … Continue reading

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