I was hoping to do a special new Halloween review - but unfortunately, time got away from me and I didn’t have time to find a good new show. It’s been a weird week for me - and probably for a lot of people in general. Plus, I’m exhausted. So I decided it would be… Continue reading Led through the mist…to the ultimate Halloween show
“Undone” is weird and amazing
Amazon’s Undone is the kind of show that can ONLY really shine in an animated medium. The rotoscope style-animation is beautiful, uncanny and perfectly suits the story Raphael Bob-Waksberg and Kate Purdy were trying to tell. I usually really don’t like rotoscope because of how creepy it can be and because people just look like… Continue reading “Undone” is weird and amazing
“Twelve Forever,” needs to mature a little more (Part 1)
I liked the original Twelve Forever pilot; didn’t love it but I thought it had an interesting premised, and I loved the antagonist, The Butt Witch. (Who didn’t?) But after watching a good chunk of the first season (15 episodes of 25) I’m a little more tepid on the subject. Part of it, is the… Continue reading “Twelve Forever,” needs to mature a little more (Part 1)
‘The Kirlian Frequency’ combines some of the best media for a short, creepy, hell of a ride.
Ugh. I am so damn exhausted. This month has been exhausting, and this week has been especially so. I’m finding I have less and less time for this blog, and I am considering taking a break for a while. But, there are a few shows and movies I want to review first. The Kirlian Frequency… Continue reading ‘The Kirlian Frequency’ combines some of the best media for a short, creepy, hell of a ride.
Generic mystery adventures await in “Victor and Valentino”
Wow. Two Cartoon Network shows in a month; usually I try to go for a little variety, but I guess timeliness beats it out this time. Victor and Valentino just started airing on Cartoon Network yesterday. The show’s pilot aired online in 2016 and was one of the few minis picked up by the network… Continue reading Generic mystery adventures await in “Victor and Valentino”