This was another female-empowering episode with a common theme of sisters raising the spirits of their downtrodden brothers.
Accusations and confessions are slowly brought to a boil in this petri dish precursor to the Salem Witch Trials.
While it's the weakest episode of this young season, "Oathbreaker" still gave us plenty to chew on and contains one of the series' best sword fights.
This was an eventful and plot-heavy episode that ended with a scene that sent shockwaves through the internet.
Game of Thrones uses its premiere episodes for setting the stage and often leaving us with a big piece of information. "The Red Woman" was no exception.
The Jungle Book stands alongside the likes of Avatar and Jurassic Park for landmark visual effects.
Our very own contributing writer Alex Barker has a new short film on the horizon, The Last Well. I asked Alex a few questions about his ambitious project.
Here is my annual list of who will win, should win and should have been nominated at the 88th Oscars.
The Criterion Crawl is a somewhat lofty yet entirely noble quest for cinephiles. It consists of watching and discussing the Criterion Collection, one film at a time, one week at a time.
Deadpool excels at being a romantic, bloody, vulgar, fourth-wall-bustin' comedy in the guise of superhero origin story.
It's a Hollywood field trip and I loved every second of it.
The Boy is simply not scary enough or funny enough to be an enjoyable horror film, but most importantly, it's not daring enough to stand out among the crowd.
In Episode 2: 2014: A Space Odyssey Trent and I share some thoughts on what we've each been watching, remember our favorite Robin Williams performances, take a look at a couple new trailers, review Marvel Studios' Guardians of the Galaxy and then share our respective top 5 films set in space.
In Episode 1: The Birth of a Podcast Trent and I share some thoughts on what we've each been watching, take a look at a couple new trailers and then share our respective most anticipated films for the rest of 2014.