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Westworld: What Will Happen in the Season Finale?

WARNING: FULL SPOILERS

ONLY READ IF YOU ARE COMPLETELY CAUGHT UP ON THE SERIES

Westworld’s first season has come to its conclusion and fans of the series are looking for more answers to its many mysteries. 1,476 more words

TV Series

Westworld Episode 9 - 'The Well-Tempered Clavier' Review

“Do you know what happened to the Neanderthals, Bernard? We ate them.”

Episode 9 of Westworld, ‘The Well-Tampered Clavier’ (named after a collection of music by Bach) provides the answers to many of the most prevalent fan theories being floated around by the fan base. 1,193 more words

TV

Buried Child, Trafalgar Studios

This revival of Sam Shepard’s apocalyptic 1978 play has gained resonance since 2016’s most apocalyptic political development – namely, Donald Trump cynically harnessing Midwestern anger and disillusionment. 32 more words

Journalism

Drawing: Ed Harris in Buried Child

Sixty-six year old veteran actor Ed Harris has made his London stage debut in Sam Shephard’s 1978 Pulitzer Prize winning weird-as-hell family drama BURIED CHILD at the Trafalgar Studios after its successful New York run earlier this year. 134 more words

Drawing

Review - Buried Child: A chilling deconstruction of the American dream ★★★★★

When Sam Shepard’s Buried Child premiered in the US in 1978 it propelled him to national celebrity. New Group’s towering new production now arrives at The Trafalgar Studios from an acclaimed Off-Broadway run and feels as important and shocking today as it must have done nearly 40 years ago. 1,305 more words

Reviews

12 burning questions that need to be answered in the Westworld finale

The penultimate episode of Westworld didn’t so much rip the rug out from under us as confirm what we’d suspected for some time – and THEN ripped out that rug. 833 more words

TV

Entry 609: The Perfect Gift for Fans of Westworld

If someone on your holiday list tunes into HBO every Sunday night for the latest installment of Westworld and then spends the rest of the evening exchanging theories in various chatrooms (“The Man in Black is really Arnold!” “No, he’s William 30 years later!”  “No, he’s Yul Brynner.   782 more words

Humor