Sorry for missing last week! Things have been pretty busy on my end with job hunting and my YouTube channel. I am not trying to neglect this blog at all - it’s just...sometimes, there’s nothing worth talking about. At least from my perspective. And the format I’ve been doing in most of my reviews doesn’t… Continue reading Netflix’s “Trese” is short, scary and worth the watch
Sorry that there wasn’t a review last week. I was very busy and very tired. But let’s jump straight into this week’s review. I am a goddamn sucker for the found family trope, especially the “Badass Adoptive Father” trope. Like I just love the idea of a master assassin or former soldier just suddenly being… Continue reading Not a lot to say about Netflix’s “Yasuke”
Spoilers for Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts Season 3 I can’t believe Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts is over already. The show started this year -- and it’s done. And while I know the show was always meant to be three seasons long, and I appreciate creators who stick to their guns on… Continue reading Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts finale is too soon, too quick
Okay, this review is finally done. Now, my computer is mostly fixed except there’s now another different problem, the pandemic is still happening, the protests are still peaceful - we’re finally making some headway (on things that should have happened long ago but progress is progress) - and Trump is spreading some weird propaganda...so things… Continue reading “Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts” has a mega awesome second season.
I wasn’t a fan of the first season of Netflix’s The Hollow. It started out well -but everything quickly fell apart, especially when the ending twist was finally revealed. It just ruined everything good the show had going for it. The twist was not well set-up, the characters were underdeveloped, and the medium change from… Continue reading The second season of “The Hollow” begins to fill a void -but there are plenty of cracks
Just last week I discussed how the medium should enhance a story. Certain stories just may not work as well in one medium than another. Like we can all agree that Avatar: The Last Airbender wouldn’t work as well as a live-action show. And while many adaptations would likely be enhanced by an animated medium… Continue reading “The Midnight Gospel” is not an “Adventure Time” worthy follow-up