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Paul Levinson's Infinite Regress · 1d ago

Counterpart 1.5: Ménage à Alternates

Counterpart 1.5 was truly beautiful - or at very least, a part of it was, the very last part, in which our Howard asks Howard Prime's daughter Anna, on the other side, to tell him what he's ...
Paul Levinson's Infinite Regress · 1d ago

Homeland 7.2: Carrie vs. 4chan

Well, not exactly 4chan, but I liked that in the title of this review, of one of the most ridiculous episodes of Homeland - 7.2 - indeed of any serious espionage show, to come down the pike ...
Paul Levinson's Infinite Regress · 4d ago

The Cloverfield Paradox: Fringe Meets Star Trek

Well, there really wasn't any paradox in it (things going very wrong does not equate to pa...
Paul Levinson's Infinite Regress · 1W ago

Counterpart 1.4: The Switch

A really superb episode 1.4 of Counterpart last night - my favorite so far - in which the two Howards switch sides.  Again, the acting of J. K. Simmons is Emmy-worthy.  Here the kind Howard ...
Paul Levinson's Infinite Regress · 1W ago

Homeland 7.1: The Worse Threat

Homeland was back in business with the debut episode of season 7 tonight, and a story that aptly captures our real predicament these days in a warped, Bizarro-world kind of way.The gist of t...
Paul Levinson's Infinite Regress · 1W ago

Knightfall Season 1 Finale: Threading the Needle

The Kightfall Season 1 finale very carefully threaded the needle of miracle or natural event with Joan in the forest, speaking of drinking in the blues of the sky, in Landry's arms.She's dyi...
Paul Levinson's Infinite Regress · 1W ago

Absentia: In Your Face and Worth Watching

I binged Absentia the past few days - on AXN in 2017 and now on Amazon Prime.  It starts out with a scenario we've seen before (FBI agent Emily Byrne, played Castle's Stana Katic, shows up after presumably being held hostage for six years, and declar...
Paul Levinson's Infinite Regress · 2W ago

Counterpart 1.3: Identification and Pandemic

A very important episode 1.3 of Counterpart tonight, in which we get an answer to a central question, or at least a question which I've seen as fundamental since the first episode:The world ...
Paul Levinson's Infinite Regress · 2W ago

Altered Carbon: Roads, Spit, and Immortality

Critics who've said that Altered Carbon, the 10-part series I just binged on Netflix (base...
Paul Levinson's Infinite Regress · 2W ago

Knightfall 1.9: "More than You Think"

In Knightfall 1.9 we finally learn a little more about the Grail - it means "more than you think," Tancrede tells Landry.  And then - Joan returns in her Princess Leia hairdo to the King of ...