The Winners of the 71st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards

The 71st Annual Primetime Emmys have just concluded, with plenty of surprises throughtout the night as usual. However, what wasn't a surprise at all was seeing "Game of Thrones" come out the big winner of the evening by claiming its fourth straight Outstanding Drama Series title. The series also received Supporting Actor in a Drama for Peter Dinklage's brilliant performance. Combining these two with the ten it won at the Creative Arts Emmys last week, it once again ties the record for twelve wins for a single season, bringing its final haul to 59 Emmy wins for the entire series. As for the surprises/upsets, there were plenty to be had in the Drama categories alone, including "Succession" som

X-Men: Dark Phoenix: A Sad End for a Once-Great Series (Blu-ray)

The Film: When last we left the current “X-Men” series, we had been made to suffer through what is arguably the worst entry in the entire franchise, “X-Men: Apocalypse.” With its meandering storyline and one-dimensional villain, it was a major disappointment to the fans, especially after the first two entries of the rebooted saga (“First Class” and “Days of Future Past”) resulted in the two best films in the “X-Men” universe to date. However, this has not stopped the studio from surging forward with another entry in an attempt to close out the saga on a high note. This brings us to “X-Men: Dark Phoenix,” written and directed by Simon Kinberg, who had been responsible for writing the aforemen

The Winners of the 2019 Creative Arts Emmys (Drama, Comedy, and Limited Series/TV Movies, Misc.)

The Creative Arts Emmys for Drama, Comedy, and Miniseries were handed out this evening, and once again, in what came as a surprise to absolutely no one, HBO's "Game of Thrones" completely dominated the evening, winning a whopping ten awards. This included Best Cast of a Drama, Picture Editing, Visual Effects, Music Composition, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, and Stunt Coordination. It would certainly seem as though the record-breaking show is set to break yet another record by surpassing its impressive 12 wins for a single season, especially since it's the clear favorite to win several of the major awards next Sunday. Over in Comedy, at first it seemed as though "Fleabag" was the favorite with

IT: Chapter Two: A Curiously Bloated and Insubstantial Follow-Up

Just two years ago, director Andy Muschietti delivered the remarkable first half of his adaptation of Stephen King’s “IT.” It was a box office phenomenon and opened to wide acclaim from critics and audiences, who praised it for its thrilling storytelling and exceptional young cast. With its major success, the pressure was on to deliver a second half worthy of going right alongside the first in terms of the epic scope of the narrative, the cast, and, of course, the scares. Two long years later, the wait is finally over, and we can at last see if Muschietti (and screenwriter Gary Dauberman) can finish the epic adaptation they began by bringing it to what would hopefully be a satisfying conclus