Westworld is back! And it’s bringing with it a slightly reduced run of episodes, but a more streamlined story. There are still mysteries – this is Westworld after all – but not as many.
This season has split opinion in the fanbase, more so than even the divisive second season. But despite a change of location and some swanky cyberpunk visuals, this is the same show we fell in love with way back in 2016.
Read More Westworld Season 3 Review
Westworld concluded this week in spectacular fashion. Like the finale to season 1, we were left with more questions than answers and long wait until season 3.
Read More Westworld ‘The Passenger’ Review
“I make my own decisions, and I’m gonna destroy this whole fuckin’ place!” I don’t think there’s any coming back from this one. William is well and truly too far gone, and the murder of his daughter just cements it. Funny thing about Ed Harris’ William is that he’s just like the viewers (especially […]
Read More Westworld ‘Vanishing Point’ Review
The vast bulk of this episode follows Akecheta, the leader of the Ghost Nation played by the excellent Zahn McClaron of ‘Fargo’ fame.
It might seem risky, having a whole episode dedicated to this one character, this close to the end game. But it pays off and ‘Kiksuya’ might just be one of the best episodes yet.
Read More Westworld ‘Kiksuya’ Review
A very action-packed episode this week, as we get some serious answers.
Read More Westworld ‘Les Écorchés’ Review
This weeks episode of Westworld see’s a train crash, a samurai duel, and a virtual VR version of the park. But that’s nothing compared to the episode’s closing shot… the return of Ford.
Read More Westworld ‘Phase Space’ Review
Westworld follows up perhaps its best ever episode with something completely different. We drop back in with Maeve as she’s taken out of her comfort zone and straight into the heart of Shogun World.
Read More Westworld ‘Akane No Mai’ Review
Episode 4 of Westworld’s sophomore season is not only the best in the season (so far) but also in the show’s entire history. By dedicating a good portion of the runtime to an extended conversation between two of the shows heavy weight actors, Westworld creates some of it’s very best stuff – with a killer soundtrack to boot.
Read More Westworld ‘The Riddle of the Sphinx’ Review
“You’re all I have left now, Teddy.” Since Westworld first aired, the questionable ethics of the park was thought on many peoples minds. Was the show racist in its depiction of native Americans or was it intentional and all part of the overall narrative (I believe the latter). These questions aren’t going to get any easier to […]
Read More Westworld ‘Virtù e Fortuna’ Review
WESTWORLD IS BACK! Finally the best show on TV is back on our screens after a much-too-long-wait of 18 months. The cast are mostly the same but the mysteries have changed and the scope of it all is much, much larger.
So let me ask you; have you ever questioned the nature of your reality?
Read More Westworld ‘Journey Into Night’ and ‘Reunion’ Review