Alexandra is a Los Angeles-based writer/comedian. Her pop culture obsessions include, but are not limited to, Game of Thrones, Kate Mulgrew, Preacher, Star Trek, Tyler Perry movies, Bryan Fuller, and the Oxford Comma.
Articles by Alexandra August
Keanu Reeves, Alice Eve and John Ortiz star in a fractured sci-fi story that fails on so many levels, but still manages to be entertaining. Go figure.
Replicas star Keanu Reeves has no interest in a robot addition to his household, but if he DID have one, we know what it would be called.
Starring Deborah Ann Woll, Jay Ellis and Taylor Russell, Escape Room is surprisingly enjoyable horror film, despite its gimmicky premise.
Escape Room stars Deborah Ann Woll and Jay Ellis talk to CBR about the cooperation that forms the backbone of their puzzle-based horror film.
HBO's noir anthology series returns, as Mahershala Ali leads the cast in the latest story from creator and sole writer Nic Pizzalatto.
James Wan's Aquaman feels like one of the few times the DCEU has nailed the right balance between style and substance.
Season 9 makes good on its promise to return The Walking Dead to its roots with "Evolution," the first truly terrifying episode in a long time.
The Walking Dead's midseason finale "Evolution" book-ended the first half of Season 9, but there are still plenty of questions to be answered.
The Walking Dead's midseason finale reminds us that even in its ninth season, plot armor is non-existent by killing off a fan-favorite character.
The Wreck-It Ralph sequel Ralph Breaks the Internet defies all tropes to rocket every Disney Princess into the 21st century.
Ralph Breaks the Internet stars John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman discuss the impact the web has had on their lives and on society.
Shazam! star Zachary Levi explains why this is the perfect time for the superhero to make his big-screen debut.
Daryl Dixon is drawn out of the woods, and back into the communities, by new responsibility in The Walking Dead episode "Stradivarius."
Amazon's adaptation of The Boys will feature a key element of the comics, according to star Jack Quaid, aka Wee Hughie.