Servant: “Zoo” Review

Leanne continues to shock and terrify the Turners and even more revelations are made, all while the most awkward birthday party goes on with a petting zoo, all on the latest episode of Servant! Since Dorothy was in the hospital/physical rehab for Jericho’s birthday, Leanne randomly decides to throw one now, with very little notice, and thus none of Dorothy’s actual friends are there.  The … Continue reading Servant: “Zoo” Review

Servant: “Pigeon” Review

Following a shocking cliffhanger ending (no pun intended), Servant returned this week with its Season 4 premiere.  For a series that was always an incredible slow burn, this episode jumps right in and goes further into horror/thriller than we’ve ever seen before! Philadelphia in Fall Picking up a few months after Dorothy’s bone-breaking fall, things at the Turner house seem great for Leanne.  She’s chipper … Continue reading Servant: “Pigeon” Review

Servant: “Josephine” Review

The season-long tension-build finally came to an explosive conclusion on Servant.  The result was equal parts thrilling and poignant, and leaves the series in a rather interesting position moving forward into the third season (which was already renewed before Season 2 began). (Spoilers Ahead – You’ve Been Warned) Aunt Josephine We’ve met the oddly eccentric Uncle George and Aunt May, but Leanne’s “Aunt” Josephine makes … Continue reading Servant: “Josephine” Review

Servant: “Loveshack” Review

Just when you thought things couldn’t get weirder on Servant, Uncle George is here to stay with rituals a plenty!  The latest episode delivers on quiet, subtle character moments in the first half and all out absurdity (in a good way) in the second half.  It takes us new places and ensures that things will never be the same again. (Spoilers Ahead – You’ve Been … Continue reading Servant: “Loveshack” Review

Servant: “Espresso” Review

What’s weirder than Sean, Dorothy, and Julian holding an 18 year old hostage in the attic?  It turns out throwing Leanne’s Uncle George into the mix makes things far stranger than we could have possibly imagined… (Spoilers Ahead – You’ve Been Warned) Sean’s New Toy Opening with a flashback shortly after Jericho was born, we see Sean opening up and putting together the giant espresso … Continue reading Servant: “Espresso” Review

Servant: “Boba” Review

After watching several of these characters question their own sanity, we the audience finally got to join in!  Servant’s latest episode, “Boba” gives us a much deeper look into Julian than we’ve ever gotten before, all while throwing us a very welcomed curveball. (Disturbing) Adventures in Babysitting The episode begins with a tension building long take on Julian, as he mentally prepares for a night … Continue reading Servant: “Boba” Review

Servant: “Haggis” Review

After weeks of the audience watching everyone act like everything was normal, we finally got an outsider’s perspective of just how weird this has all been.  Admittedly the series has been wearing out it’s slow burn appeal for the last few episodes, but this one gave us just enough to stay interested another week.  Plus there’s haggis! Spoilers Ahead – You’ve Been Warned Another Awkward … Continue reading Servant: “Haggis” Review

Servant: “Rain” Review

For the sixth episode in a row, Servant has managed to relish in its own mystery, all while still revealing very little.  This week’s episode “Rain” is in many ways the creepiest we’ve seen thus far.  And in a strange way it plays out like a twisted version of a sitcom episode (let me explain). Spoilers Ahead – You’ve Been Warned!!! You Don’t Know Creepy … Continue reading Servant: “Rain” Review

Servant: “Cricket” Review

As Servant continues to relish in making its audience cringe and feel uncomfortable, “Cricket” takes this a step further.  In a series known for its smaller moments, this episode really ups the tension and flips the leverage into another direction.  So let’s all squirm together as we take a closer look at “Cricket”. Spoilers Ahead – You’ve Been Warned!!! Trust No One As Sean and … Continue reading Servant: “Cricket” Review

Servant: “Reborn”/”Wood”/”Eel”

As Apple TV enters the arena of the Great Streaming War, its star-studded series such as The Morning Show, as well as its period drama Dickinson, have now been complimented by entirely different fanbase: the horror/thriller crowd. With a huge name like M. Night Shyamlan attached (as executive producer and director of the first episode), Servant certainly has enough buzz to get noticed.  But does … Continue reading Servant: “Reborn”/”Wood”/”Eel”