Sorry I’ve been AWOL for the past few weeks. I had to transfer apartments, so I didn’t have a lot of time to prepare a review. Also, I just hadn’t seen anything that was really worth commenting on - I have a ton of just half-finished shows and partially written reviews to show for it. … Continue reading “Green Eggs and Ham: The Second Serving” is a lukewarm second course
Growing up, my fictional resources featuring girls dealing with puberty and growing up, consisted solely of Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret…a book published in 1970. Needless to say, I couldn’t really identify with the main character or her experiences as a 13-year old in 2008. I wasn’t into dramas like Degrassi…so there wasn’t… Continue reading “Turning Red” Celebrates Red Pandas, Puberty, Periods and Most Importantly Girls.
If there’s one thing you should know about me and my love for animation, it’s that I hold stop-motion animators in extremely high regard. Their job takes so much patience and precision, yet they’re still able to bring these stories to life, with so much detail. It’s amazing. There’s something about stop-motion that gives the… Continue reading Creepy, curious, and fascinating, “The House” is a marvelous feature
This season suffers the odd mix of continuity, comic book time, and an aversion from straying too much from the status quo.
I’ve noticed that a lot of animated shows designed for streaming platforms don’t exactly last very long. Unless it’s an adult comedy - a show is lucky if it gets 3 seasons, which these days only adds up to about 30 episodes. Centaurworld didn’t even break 20 episodes. Yeah, the second and newest season was… Continue reading “Centaurworld” Season 2 brings back characters for a brilliant and emotional finale.