Inevitably, The Doctor and her companions meet Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison, who find themselves in the middle of an alien threat.
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The extraordinary fourth season of The Expanse comes to a conclusion– with happiness, hope, death, and danger.
–That doesn’t even sound like a real name.
The CWTVDCU’s version of Crisis on Infinite Earths nears a conclusion, and nothing will ever be the same again….
We continue our reviews of Season Four of The Expanse, with a consideration of episodes three through to seven.
…people sat at home arguing about the washing up while the house burned down.
After a fairly strong opening, Doctor Who gives us an episode that might have aired last year, or during Matt Smith’s run, recycled from familiar tropes. That doesn’t mean it has to be a bad episode, but….
Let’s take a closer look.
We haven’t done a Weekend Review of an older film for some time, so here’s one for 2020, a film that, after numerous delays, finally saw release last summer, but found its biggest audience on AmazonPrime. David Robert Mitchell got notice for his first feature, The Myth of the American Sleepover, and then he wrote and directed a brilliant and very successful horror film called It Follows. He was apparently given a free reign and significant budget for this project, which blends indie comedy, neo-Noir, conspiracy theory, and urban fantasy, with interesting, but decidedly mixed, results.1
We’re a little late here; Amazon Prime, which saved The Expanse from cancellation, dropped the entire fourth season a month ago. However, we’re finally catching up, and we’ll be reviewing it in two or three bits— flotsam and jetsam, as it were.
Darkness never sustains.
Doctor Who continues with the conclusion to “Spyfall,” and the introduction to this season’s larger arc. Certain spoilers, avoided last week, will appear in this week’s review. You have been warned.
The thirteenth Doctor has returned, with a James Bond twist on that most typical of Tardis Tales, the alien invasion of earth.
Riddler: Riddle me this: What did Nadia Comaneci do after she scored seven perfect tens at the 1976 Montreal Olympics?
Harley: Win a medal?
Poison Ivy: Not menstruate until her twenties?
Riddler: No! She broke a record! And that’s what you sound like. A broken record.
The new, R-Rated Harley Quinn series premiered at the end of November. Here’s our take on the pilot of a series set in a version of the DCU where everyone swears heavily and reality doesn’t take itself too seriously.