Tagged: Demetrius Grosse

Lovecraft Country Episode 1 Review “Sundown”

Lovecraft Country Episode 1 Review: “Sundown”

Lovecraft Country Episode 1 Review: “Sundown”  Our “Sundown” Deep Dive explores the breakneck page and refreshing attitude of Lovecraft Country’s debut episode. We examine the racist legacy of H.P Lovecraft, the legendary voice of James Baldwin, and the principle of “othering.” A voicemail about “The Green Book” takes Gene...

Westworld Episode 8 Theories: "Trace Decay"

Westworld Episode 8 Theories: “Trace Decay”

Westworld Episode 8 Theories: “Trace Decay” Just when we thought Westworld’s depths had been plumbed, listeners wrote in with fresh insights on Dr. Ford as the Singularity, how host bodies work, the meaning behind the number 30 and … HOST BABIES? There’s also the question of whether Maeve can control...

Westworld Episode 8 Review: "Trace Decay"

Westworld Episode 8 Review: “Trace Decay”

Westworld Episode 8 Review: “Trace Decay” Instead of bringing Westworld fans together, the answers we got in Episode 8, “Trace Decay,” have driven wedges between schools of Westworld thought. Does the Man in Black’s backstory confirm he’s William or make it less likely? Is Bernard a born killer or newly...

Westworld Episode 8 Instant Take: "Trace Decay"

Westworld Episode 8 Instant Take: “Trace Decay”

Westworld Episode 8 Instant Take: “Trace Decay” Forget theories, Westworld Episode 8 brought us an armored train of explosive facts. In this quick Instacast, we set aside the hypotheticals and focus on what fans know after viewing “Trace Decay.” Among the findings: Bernard has hurt others before, there’s no hiding...

Westworld Episode 4 Theories: "Dissonance Theory"

Westworld Episode 4 Theories: “Dissonance Theory”

Westworld Episode 4 Theories: “Dissonance Theory” It’s that time of the week where the “Hosts”: Rog, Gene, & Big D wrap themselves in their Nasa-supplied tin foil emergency heat blankets, fire up the antique Westworld Telegraph and answer listener theories about Westworld. Our inbox was filled to the brim with...

Westworld Episode 4 Review: "Dissonance Theory"

Westworld Episode 4 Review: “Dissonance Theory”

Westworld Episode 4 Review: “Dissonance Theory” The Man in Black is good, Dr. Ford is evil, and the rest of Westworld is flipped on its head as Episode 4, “Dissonance Theory,” reveals elements of religion, power struggles and … meat eating horses? Be the smartest Westworld fan at the water...