Having discovered the astral plane and Oliver Bird, David Haller and his parasitic companion took a turn for the worst last episode of Legion. David rescued his sister Amy and took her back to their old house where she revealed to him that he was adopted. All of the parties converged onto David as Ptolomy, Melanie Bird,
The mid-point of Legion is quickly peeling away the covers as we see how David’s mutant mind clicks. But this week was a psycho ride down a few rabbit holes that culminated in a bizarre group therapy scene with Walter (The Eye) and the gang at Summerland. Cary is able to save Kerry back at
Just when you think you have a grasp of what’s going on, or a semblance of the reality in Legion, you’re thrown a curveball. In Chapter 4, the story goes outside of David Haller (Dan Stevens) as he still lies dormant, in sleep but his mind is still working. Dr. Bird (Jean Smart) sends Ptolomy
FX’s mind-bending superhero series Legion is in the hands of Fargo showrunner Noah Hawley, and this is a very good thing. Hawley and company along with lead actor Dan Stevens have molded a trippy upside-down world where timelines are moshed together and are neither linear in delivery nor reliable enough to allow viewers to fully sort
SPOILER FREE Bottom line: If the film One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest met TV’s Stranger Things — with cinematic touches that would have equally delighted Stanley Kubrick and Baz Luhrmann — you might begin to describe how Legion looks on paper. But make no mistake, this is an artful take on the comic-book antihero,
The Guest is an unusual film because it hits so many notes and defies the single genre stereotype. It’s scary, exhilarating, darkly comic and LOL-worthy. It stars Dan Stevens –Matthew Crawley from Downton Abbey – transformed into David, a psychopathic serial killer from Kentucky who tracks down the family of a recently deceased army buddy.