Todd Gilchrist is a Los Angeles-based film critic and entertainment journalist with more than 20 years’ experience for dozens of print and online outlets, including Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, Entertainment Weekly and Fangoria. An obsessive soundtrack collector, sneaker aficionado and member of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association, Todd currently lives in Silverlake, California with his amazing wife Julie, two cats Beatrix and Biscuit, and several thousand books, vinyl records and Blu-rays.
Another night off duty, another round of nonsensical fights between members of the Lady Michelle crew.
When Lil Dicky (Dave Burd) is forced to move back in with his parents, he makes some unpleasant discoveries about their relationship — as well as his with them.
When a killer starts preying on young women, two FBI agents and a Florida cop attempt to capture him before he can kill again.
When Lil Dicky makes XXL Magazine's annual 'freshman class' list, the honor prompts memories of the first time he performed as a rapper in front of an audience.
With one charter down, the Lady Michelle crew goes out for a night of fun, setting the stage for future conflicts when they're back under work pressure.
Two star-crossed lovers must reckon with age-old family rivalries in this update of Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet'.
Lil Dicky gets caught up in the world of app-based dating and makes a potentially mammoth hookup — if he can keep his cool.
After one episode with an absent chef and another with a feuding bride and groom, the Lady Michelle crew hopes to wrap their first charter with a happy wedding ceremony and celebration.
As the crew of the Lady Michelle awaits news of Chef Mathew's return, they scramble to keep their demanding guests satisfied with activities — and a constant stream of cocktails.
When Dave (Dave Burd) and Elz (Travis Bennett) get into a disagreement over credit on their songs, it forces both of them to reflect on their lengthy friendship.
When soldiers arrive from the future to enlist civilians to battle an alien menace, a veteran (Chris Pratt) hatches a plan in the present to protect his family from a deadly fate.
After Kareem Abdul-Jabbar hears a song that Lil Dicky recorded about him, the basketball icon invites him for a meeting that prompts the athlete to contemplate how good a person he really is.
As Captain Sandy gears up for her first post-Covid charter season, she must contend with a crew injury.
After Dave (Dave Burd) and Benny Blanco (Benjamin Levin) get caught in a compromising position, they're forced to take a hard look at white privilege — with a dermatologist's help.
The cast and crew of 'Dave' discusses how they created incisive but sensitive humor exploring his personal and professional worlds in Season 2.
Lil Dicky (Dave Burd) works through his writer's block on a new album with too much VR porn and not enough cultural sensitivity.
As the characters's stories come to an end, Pray Tell (Billy Porter) and Blanca (MJ Rodriguez) honor a legacy that they both inherited and are determined to see endure.
As Angel (Indya Moore) and Papi's (Angel Bismark Curiel) wedding day nears, she must come to terms with her fears about motherhood — and the longtime estrangement of her own parents.
When James Brooke (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) travels to Borneo to escape his past, he faces clash of cultures as he tries to chart a happier future.
A new 'Mission: Impossible' Blu-ray reminds fans of the franchise's early days before CGI fully dominated the landscape of epic action filmmaking.
After Elektra (Dominique Jackson) agrees to pay for Angel's (Indya Moore) dream wedding, Papi (Angel Bismark Curiel) receives some news that complicates the idyllic day.
'Master of None' shifts its focus in the third season, using formerly supporting characters to explore personal growth and draw out deeper truths.
After receiving a devastating diagnosis, Pray tell (Billy Porter) travels to visit his family, uncovering unresolved trauma and some long-buried secrets.
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