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)
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 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
A strange blend of British humor, dark crime drama and hothead storytelling, which doesn’t quite deliver what it initially promises. “Safe” in a nutshell.
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A small-budget TV series that never manages to find its own pattern – Flaked Season 1 in its first installment should be its final as well. Will Arnett’s work on Netflix’s animated series Bojack Horseman (2014-2020) is beyond staggering. When … Continue reading Flaked Season 1 Review
Fans of the college nitwits known from the British comedy series “Inbetweeners” shall drown in turmoil no more – Damon Beesley’s “White Gold” is a fair heir to it. Not only because it stars James Buckley and Joe Thomas, two … Continue reading White Gold Season 1 (2017) TV Review