HomeArticles Posted by Terence Whitley

Author: Terence Whitley

Terence Whitley is a novelist and literary & film critic from Santa Barbara, CA. His articles have been featured in publications such as The Antarctica Review and Telluride Tell-Alls.

Archive

'Bandersnatch' manages to transcend its series, 'Black Mirror', to become the type of jewel-like puzzle-case technodystopia from classic cyberpunk novels.

We were hoping Mike Judge could see the potential of 'Silicon Valley’. Here are five reasons we’re sad 'Silicon Valley' is ending after six seasons.

How did HBO's 'Game of Thrones''s quality control go missing on the wrong side of the Wall? Is there any hope? The answer may surprise you.

Where have all our favorite 'Game of Thrones' characters ended up twelve years after the end of the series? Here's how we imagine it.

We thought Benioff & Weiss could use a hand coming up with more watchable series. Here are FD’s picks for the 'Game of Thrones' spinoffs we want to

Our crack team of 'Game of Thrones' imaginicians has come up with the definitive list of better, more dramatically resonant deaths for Cersei Lannister.

Think it's unrealistic some 'Game of Thrones' characters lasted so long against hordes of tireless wights in "The Long Night"? Think again.

Get sloshed with us this season of 'Game of Thrones' using this handy guide on when to drink, when to pour one out – and when to abstain

Costar of upcoming 'The Lighthouse' Robert Pattinson experienced such harsh shooting conditions the cast “hardly talked to anyone” between scenes.