Andy Wilson Archives
A mild mannered digital strategist working for an environmental nonprofit in Austin, TX roaming the interwebs fighting his nemeses by day, and by night consuming all manner of media. You can find him either on his couch or at the nearest Alamo Drafthouse catching the latest. Don't follow him on Twitter @CitizenAndy.
The official podcast for Paramount+'s Yellowstone features behind-the-scenes interviews with the cast & creative team and more.
Whether you like Rick and Morty or prefer Rick and Two Crows, here's why fans will enjoy this Season 5 set packed with special features.
Betrayal. Angst. Beautiful Western scenery. Meaty Taylor Sheridan dialogue. A nearly perfect episode. This is why people watch Yellowstone.
Paramount+'s Mayor of Kingstown Episode 3 featured more Renner brooding and not much else. When is this show getting to the fireworks factory?
After a double-barreled Season 4 premiere, Yellowstone moves pieces around the chessboard this episode but mostly pauses to take a breath.
Murder, food porn & mindf@#$ery are reasons why Bryan Fuller's Hannibal works. Oh, and the possibility of Lecter & Will Graham making out.
You can't claim your movie is feminist if you center your male characters for the entire first ninety minutes and the climactic "last duel."
A new Mayor of Kingstown trailer shows off Jeremy Renner and Kyle Chandler running the town in Taylor Sheridan's private prison drama.
Ted Lasso is a masterclass in story, theme & character development, with a heel turn we're all talking about that's been a long time coming.
Puppet History covered the witch trials in 17th century France with an ending that claimed a major character is now "canonically dead." What?!
James Bond goes to space as producers try to chase Star Wars, creating one of the silliest movies to date as the franchise goes campy.
Roger Moore's best outing as Bond is a lot of fun, and for better or worse became a template for future Bond series tropes.
Dear Evan Hansen, Today isn't going to be a good day and here's why: The stage play's morality tale can't hold up in this filmed form. Sorry.
On September 30, Jon Stewart returns to our screens with his new series and podcast on Apple TV+. Here's a preview of what you can expect.
The premise of The Activist of pitting contestants against each other is inherently cursed. Take it from me, a professional activist.