Jennifer Kent’s “The Babadook” is hands-down the best horror movie since “Let the Right One In.” Where it goes wrong is sometimes treating its monster more as allegory than reality.
Low-key Halloween this year, what with moving just a few days earlier. Still, pretty proud of our costume choices: White Walker, Texas Ranger and Sia’s unnamed avatar.
One of the most interesting themes of HBO’s series through Season Four is how family and legacy play in the lives of the characters, and particularly how Ned Stark’s choices continue to impact his surviving family.
Sunday’s episode was 66 minutes of incredible television, and in my view probably the best all-around episode the show has ever done. It also made numerous significant departures from the books, in my view largely for the better–aside from one conspicuous absence.
Initially I was revolted and disheartened by the ending of this week’s episode–but after I thought about it, I decided I liked it. (Warning: Spoilers!)