All posts by "Clarence Moye"

Clarence firmly believes there is no such thing as too much TV or film in one's life. He welcomes comments, criticisms, and condemnations on Twitter or on the web site. Just don't expect him to like you for it.

Masters of Sex infuriates me like no other television show does. How can a show that gets so much, and I mean SO MUCH right, go so incredibly off-center and ...

Fight, the latest episode of Showtime’s Masters of Sex, is literally set against a televised boxing match that has captured the nation’s attention. However, this being an acclaimed cable drama, ...

I traditionally write about television, but I recently spent some time watching Steve James’s wonderful documentary, Life Itself, about the life and death of Chicago Sun-Times film critic Roger Ebert. ...

Masters of Sex is nothing if not a massively entertaining show in its second season. It’s not nearly as accomplished or sophisticated as its 50s era cousin Mad Men, but ...

Showtime’s Masters of Sex returns this week after receiving a smattering of Emmy love, three nominations in acting categories including a well-deserved Best Actress Drama nomination for Lizzy Caplan. In ...

While the anthology series has been around as long as television itself, the recent Emmy successes of American Horror Story, True Detective, and Fargo prove the format is exceptionally trendy ...

It’s taken me a few hours to form any kind of reaction to today’s announcement of the 66th annual Primetime Emmy nominations. The nominations were neither incredibly perfect in their ...

Penny Dreadful wraps up its premiere season, failing to fully deliver on the immense promise seen in earlier episodes. The season finale, titled Grand Guignol, gave us everything a season ...

To those in the know, the combination of acclaimed author Tom Perrotta and writer Damon Lindelof is most likely a giant flashing red beacon warning those seeking cleanly wrapped-up narratives ...

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