Paige’s search for an in-ring persona mirrors the dynamic between performance and identity at work in pro wrestling.
This fiery piece of pulp shrapnel receives a beautifully ugly transfer, along with a handful of negligible supplements.
Brawl in Cell Block 99’s economy of storytelling is as efficiently brutal as the eventual skull-crackings.
Mel Gibson’s Hacksaw Ridge delivers action that’s at once gross, rousingly virtuosic, and implicitly endorsed by its messianistic hero.
True Detective’s first season had a methodical and measured approach to tracking its villain, but this season doesn’t know when to stop changing things up.
This is an irritating table-setting episode in which the characters constantly explain how the pieces fit together.
Everything you need to know about the inconsistencies of the show can be summed up by the two standoffs that occur in this episode.
Throughout this season of True Detective, a singular point has been drilled into our heads: “We get the world we deserve.”
Good and evil have often been described as two sides of the coin that is humanity, and “Down Will Come” certainly puts that theory into practice.
Finally, there’s Frank, who’s still in what he referred to as a “papier-mâché” state of being—neither coming nor going.