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
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
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
This is it, the finale of Westworld. The show has been one of the most interesting and exciting shows of 2016. No other show has captured the imagination of audience like this in a long time and the finale delivered on nearly everything the series had promised.
Read More Westworld Episode 10 – ‘The Bicameral Mind’ Review
Episode 9 of Westworld, ‘The Well-Tampered Clavier’ provides the answers to many of the theories fans have had since pretty much episode 1. Throw in some once again brilliant performances from the cast and top notch direction from industry veteran Michelle MacLaren, and you have one of the best hours of television of 2016.
Read More Westworld Episode 9 – ‘The Well-Tempered Clavier’ Review
“What’s the difference between my pain and yours?” Episode 8 of Westworld was once again a Nolan-esque exercise in how many questions can you answer while still remaining utterly confused. This isn’t a criticism of the show however, not since the early seasons of Lost have I been this invested in a show that leaves me completely baffled […]
Read More Westworld Episode 8 – ‘Trace Decay’ Review
Due to an unexpectedly busy week I’ve combined episode 6 and 7 into one review. Probably couldn’t have picked a worse week for it because these were some seriously good episodes. Episode 6 ‘The Adversary’ saw The Man in Black come face to face with a garrison of soldiers and episode 7 ‘Trompe L’Oeil’ saw possibly the biggest reveal of the show so far…
Read More Westworld Episode 6 – ‘The Adversary’ and Episode 7 – ‘Trompe L’Oeil’ Review
“Your mind is a walled garden, even death cannot touch the flowers blooming there.” Episode 5 of Westworld was possibly the biggest episode of the series so far, both in scope and for what it meant for the future of the show. This was the halfway point in the series and it definitely feels like […]
Read More Westworld Episode 5 – ‘Contrapasso’ Review