While I have not been able to do weekly reviews of Pose on here, I have definitely been keeping up with it. Ryan Murphy’s newest creation is one of the best queer shows on television and that’s why I hope it finds a bigger audience for the upcoming second season. The finale, ‘Mother of the Year,’ […]
“Winter of Our Discontent” begins with a purpose, loses it to Ryan Murphy’s own personal wants, only to find it again way too late. Episode 8 starts with Ivy and the other women subjugated to the wants and needs of Kai’s new neo-Nazi militia. The women are forced into the kitchens to cook for these […]
In ‘Valerie Solanas Died For Your Sins: Scumbag’, Ryan Murphy once again tries to show that, no matter what side you are on, radicalization leads to death and destruction. However, having to craft stories for one side leads to a tone-deaf and flat delivery. “Valerie Solanas Died For Your Sins: Scumbag” opens with the attempted […]
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After an episode detailing how Kai and his cult came to be, “Holes” seeks to fill in a few of the missing pieces for how Kai and his band of cultists function in their quest to change the US. Episode 5 opens with Beverly being scolded by her boss, Bob, for trying to instill fear […]
Raise your hand if you feel personally attacked by how bad this season of American Horror Story is. “Neighbors from Hell” only solidifies Ryan Murphy’s inability to be subtle this season. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
Glee came back for the final time this week and with a lot of the missteps the show took in the previous two seasons, it seems Ryan Murphy is ready to re-create the magic that captured the hearts of people around the globe back in Season 1. So, did Glee’s farewell season succeed? Let’s take […]
Based off the play by Larry Kramer, Ryan Murphy’s The Normal Heart tackles the beginnings of the AIDS crisis. Initially referred to as GRID or gay-related immune deficiency, the disease was viewed as something happening to bad people who did bad things. We now know that is not the case. The Normal Heart gives us […]