Tiger King (2020) has taken the world by storm. In just seven episodes, creators Eric Goode and Rebecca Chaiklin touched almost every sensitive subject concerning the United States of Amurica. Grab your cheap beer, play a nice, country music in … Continue reading TV Show Analysis: Tiger King (2020)
Paradise PD Season (2020) doubles down on hillbillies and sexual innuendos, but that doesn’t turn the series any better. If anything, it makes it less funny. To some extent, animated comedy shows – at least those most popular ones – … Continue reading Paradise PD Review Season 2 (2020)
Since we’re all Self-quarantining, why not seize the opportunity and discover awesome shows that went under the radar over the last couple of years. We’re sailing on the same boat. Staying home, working from home. You probably know every inch … Continue reading Top 18 Shows To Binge-Watch During #StayTheFuckHome Time
M. Night Shyamalan never ceases to amaze us all by most baffling productions, right? In this analysis of Servant (2019-), I tried to get to the bottom of the show – understand its symbols, its meandering plot and characters. This … Continue reading TV Show Analysis: Servant (2019-) Explained
“Katla” will be helmed by Baltasar Kormákur (director of “Everest” and “Adrift”) and will mark the very first Netflix Original from Iceland. For a country inhabited by less than half million people, Iceland has made some stunning achievements when it … Continue reading Iceland will get its first Netflix Original series called ‘Katla’
To celebrate “Doom Patrol” – most offbeat, bizarre series of 2019 – here’s the best moments that defined its surreal vibe. Let’s get weird! “Doom Patrol” is an adaptation of a DC comic book. The source material was way behind … Continue reading Top 10 WTF Moments In Doom Patrol (2019)
The Comic Con trailer has cemented every fear I had concerning Netflix Original based on Andrzej Sapkowski’s “The Witcher”. Earlier this week Netflix has finally revealed the trailer of an upcoming series “The Witcher”. The news concerning the series started … Continue reading Here’s The Thing: The Witcher Trailer Is Pretty Terrible
What were the top Key & Peele creepy shorts and sketches? In this article, we’re looking at the comedy gold that combined the laughs and the thrills – often in equal measures. Were you surprised by Jordan Peele’s turn to … Continue reading Top 7 Most Creepy Sketches from Key & Peele
Craig Mazin, the creator of the outstanding series “Chernobyl”, has an appetite for more after his show received the raving reviews all over the world. It’s rather impossible not to hear about HBO’s groundbreaking hit “Chernobyl”. Told in only five … Continue reading What Does Craig Mazin Plan After Chernobyl (2019)?
HBO’s “Chernobyl” has been widely praised, widely criticized too. In this article, Cultural Hater looks into the grounds for criticism of the series, as well as its praiseworthy craftsmanship. In this article, I deep-dive into: Criticism of “Chernobyl” Real commentary … Continue reading HBO’s “Chernobyl” – The Fiction, The True & The Contemporary Importance of The Series
The animated series had a moment of silence, but the fourth season has finally been given a premiere date in November 2019. Fans of burping, galactic razzmatazz, whining of Jerry, Meeseeeeks and Morty’s cute face can all rejoice. Our (yes, … Continue reading Rick and Morty set to be back in November!
The paradox of Bonding (2019) is an underdeveloped story that somehow satisfies, but doesn’t quite stir the pot enough to make you want more. Which, considering it a tv show, creates a missed opportunity. What is the story in Bonding … Continue reading Bonding (2019) Review – Netflix TV Series
The groundbreaking anthology series of animated shorts, produced by David Fincher and Tim Miller, is a collection of true gems. Here’s the ranking of all shorts in Love, Death & Robots (2019-). Netflix knows how to organise your weekend. My … Continue reading Ranking all episodes of Love, Death & Robots (2019-)
Nick Kroll’s Animated series “Big Mouth” offers a brilliant look at the kitschiness of the Lover’s Day in its special episode “Big Mouth: My Furry Valentine”. There are people, who find the ubiquitous presence of red and pink, along with … Continue reading Big Mouth: My Furry Valentine (2019) Will Save Your February Nightmare
What’s coming to both big and small screens in 2019? Here are Cultural Hater’s picks. The beginning of a year is always an exhilarating moment. Soon we will meet the Oscar winners, the new festival darlings will start their routes, … Continue reading Which Movies and Series Will Rock 2019?