Well the hot streak of episodes we were on had to end at some point, and unsurprisingly it ended with the one note episode “The Dump”.
Category: Chicago Film Scene Reviews and Recs
It should come as no surprise that we at the Chicago Film Scene watch a lot of movies and TV. As filmmakers it’s more or less in our blood to watch everything we can. Plus, let’s be honest, it’s a fun hobby.
Here you’ll find reviews and recommendations for whatever we at CFS want to talk about. Maybe there’s a hot new movie that everyone is talking about and we want to add our voice to the conversation. Maybe there’s a TV show so obscure that few have heard of it but that deserves a new audience. Maybe it’s a list curated and organized like a cinematic playlist.
Either way, you’ll be in good hands for deciding what to watch next.
If you didn’t think anything could top “Beyond the Aquila Rift”, you’re in for the treat of a lifetime with the rich and nuanced “Good Hunting”
To start off the second third of the season, we have one of, if not thee most famous episode to emerge from “Love, Death & Robots”
On episode six of “Love Death & Robots”, we reach our shortest, most out of left field, and funniest episode yet.
Been craving some horror lately? Some good ol’ 2D animation? If so, man is this episode is for you!
After a much needed change of pace from the problematic “The Witness”, the space country “Suits” brings us the most unique and humanistic episode yet.
Oh man, this one is a doozy. Not sure how else to put it in a slug line. Feel free to read why inside.
Now that we’ve been given the strong-handed introduction to “Love, Death & Robots” by “Sonnie’s Edge”, lets relax with the laid back comedy stylings of “Three Robots”
My review of episode one, “Sonnie’s Edge”, our first introduction to the wild and sometimes bumpy ride of “Love, Death & Robots”.