True Detective Review – “Church in Ruins” – ADIDAS

Rachel McAdams infiltrates a Hollywood sex party in the latest episode of True Detective.

I know I’ve turned into a bit of a broken record saying this week after week, but this season’s murder mystery just hasn’t reeled me in at all. However, if any episode this season was going to get me into it, this would have been the one. Let me explain.
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True Detective Review – “Down Will Come” – Killshot

I don’t think I could go so far as to say that “Down Will Come” reminded why I love this show, but is certainly was a jolt of adrenaline in a season that doesn’t seem to have any problem taking its sweet ass time with everything. Continue reading “True Detective Review – “Down Will Come” – Killshot”

True Detective Review – “Maybe Tomorrow” – Just when I thought I was out…

Anthology shows are strange things, because no matter how good or bad a season is, there’s always the possibility that the next one is going to be an entirely different thing. Continue reading “True Detective Review – “Maybe Tomorrow” – Just when I thought I was out…”

True Detective Review – “Night Finds You” – Knocking on the devil’s door.

The investigation into Ben Caspere's murder begins on True Detective.

Guys, this show is dark. I don’t know if you knew that. I mean, I’d like to think it’s not the case, but I imagine that people in this world can’t go to the bathroom without ominous, industrial drums clang-clanging in the background. Continue reading “True Detective Review – “Night Finds You” – Knocking on the devil’s door.”

True Detective Review – “The Western Book of the Dead” – Send in the clowns.

Colin Farrell stars as Ray Velcoro in the second season of HBO's True Detective.

Ten minutes into True Detective’s season premiere, Colin Farrell says, “I welcome judgement.” Well, he better, because audiences are still high on Woody Harrelson’s and Matthew McConaughey’s performance from last season. And if season two doesn’t live up to that in every single way, and even go a teensy bit above and beyond, the masses will be waiting in line to dump all over it. Don’t mess with them. They’re serious. Continue reading “True Detective Review – “The Western Book of the Dead” – Send in the clowns.”