The Pyramid At The End Of The World is the sort of Doctor Who story that taints other stories by association and makes you ashamed to be a Whovian.
With its fourth episode, American Gods: The Series takes its first major divergence from the novel, devoting an episode to the life and death of Laura Moon.
Steven Moffat has written some of the greatest Doctor Who stories of all time and some of the worst. Which type is Extremis? Matt Morrison reviews.
Despite some rough edges, American Gods proves a skillful adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s novel as well as a daring piece of TV that isn’t afraid to push boundaries.
[The Following Review Contains SPOILERS!] Many of the greatest Doctor Who stories of all time have functioned as both parables for social issues and straight science-fiction. Oxygen now joins the peerage of that pantheon. This is not merely the best episode of Series Ten. This is a strong contender for the best episode yet for Peter […]
[WARNING: The following review does contain spoilers for the novel American Gods as well as the first episode of the TV series American Gods.] Released from prison a few days early after his wife Laura’s untimely death, Shadow Moon reentered the world to discover that all the good things that were waiting for him had […]
[The Following Review Contains SPOILERS!] Moving out of your parents’ home is a rite of passage and Bill is quick to seize the opportunity when a friend asks her if she’d like to flat-share with her and a group of other young people trying to find a place of their own. Perhaps it was Bill’s recent […]
Neil Gaiman fans rejoice! The Starz! adaptation of American Gods is a skillful piece of work that captures and builds upon the original novel masterfully.