How realistic are the politics, international relations, and war strategy in ‘Game of Thrones,’ and how does our daily life reflect in the fantasy series?
Now that the last season is officially underway, here are some of the favorite theories floated by several Federalist writers.
Who will die? Who will survive? Share your predictions with us for the final season of America’s favorite television fantasy drama.
The pilot episode of ‘The Sopranos’ debuted 20 years ago on HBO, and signaled a major turning point in television drama.
‘Camping’ is worth watching, but falls short of expectations given the show’s concentration of talent.
Ultimately, ‘Axe’ is a testament to the quality of ‘Veep’s’ satire, which is rooted in so accurate an understanding of Washington that it mocked Joe Donnelly’s ad years before someone ever conceived of it.
With the final season of ‘Game of Thrones’ less than a year away, it’s time for a solid rewatch of the entire series from start to finish.
‘Sharp Objects’ begins as a straightforward thriller, but ends up tackling our age’s tendentious relationship with its past—and the futility of our attempts at self-determining autonomy.
In a recent interview with Glamour, Issa Rae, the brains behind HBO’s ‘Insecure,’ said she would cancel her show if she found out Melania Trump is a fan. It happened.
Season two of ‘Barry’ feels like a gloomy prospect. The show is done by episode eight, the story told, the point hammered home. Unfortunately, HBO likely senses a cult hit and has renewed it.
HBO’s ‘Sharp Objects’ constructs a compelling mystery within a mystery, leaving audiences to wonder if the two conclusions will ultimately be the same.
To understand why this show simply doesn’t work, compare it to a 20-year-old sci-fi film that almost certainly had some influence on these show runners: ‘The Truman Show.’
On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, Becket Adams discusses journalism awards, Trump’s Stormy Daniels problem, and the new season of Westworld.
The mix of hi-tech and the Wild West seems strange at first, but actually works. It’s Ridley Scott’s ‘Blade Runner’ and Clint Eastwood’s ‘Unforgiven’ wrapped into one.
‘You can put micro doses of LSD in your cereal and people will call you a pioneer. But the one thing you cannot be is a Christian.’
The ‘Fire and Fury’ author pretended he couldn’t hear the interviewer to avoid answering a tough question about his claim President Trump had an extra-marital affair.
Orson Scott Card and Aaron Johnston resurrect sci-fi the whole family can enjoy in the show hosted by BYUtv. I talked to Johnston about the show.
‘Game of Thrones’ is a refreshing outlier that demonstrates the importance of religious belief in shaping human choices and destinies.
Christians need to reflect on their knee-jerk reaction to anything dealing with sex before making judgments about sin.
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