Whether you’re already aware of Apple’s buzzy new drama or are just now hearing about it, Dan Erickson’s freshman series works as an antidote not only to the spate of dry CEO dramas, but to the aimless nature of too many bloated streaming series. “Severance” is propulsive and pointed; a thriller that wears its convictions on its
With these Kafkaesque notes, series creator Dan Erickson deftly captures the oppressiveness of modern office life. It’s persuasive and terrifying at once. When the music comes on, you want to dance, even though you know it’s a trick to keep you in your place.
Perhaps it’s our society’s undying love for reality television that has transcended into an insatiable appetite for true stories. For some, we get our fix through an all-access pass to the personal lives of celebs on social media. For others, it’s bingeing your way through true crime with a healthy dose of cognitive dissonance. Some might call
Sony Pictures has acquired global rights to Rosalind Ross’ feature directorial debut Father Stu, starring and produced by Oscar nominee Mark Wahlberg. Written by Ross, the film follows the true-life story of boxer-turned-priest, Father Stuart Long, whose journey from self-destruction to redemption inspired countless people along the way.