• Doctor Who
    Doctor Who – Series 12, Episode 1 – Spyfall

    The first episode of Series 12 needed to do a lot of things to eliminate what was, for the majority of edges of fandom, the sour aftertaste of Series 11. The legit grievances concerning Chibnall’s outlining and composing needed to be dealt with. Doctor Who followers are no strangers to the program taking breaks, yet […]

  • Netflix
    Star Trek Discovery Season 1

    unlike older Star Trek shows where each episode was something that primarily stood alone, Star Trek Discovery is basically an extended movie with a single underlying story that ties each episode together.

  • Console
    The Witcher – Netflix Review

    With the Watchmen, for example, I hadn’t seen the original movie and while I’m about 1/2 way through the series, I’ve yet to finish it. I’ve done better this time as instead of starting to write a review while watching the show episode by episode, I’ve decided to binge the whole series first so I […]

  • HBO
    It’s Summer and We’re Running Out of Ice – Watchmen S1E1

    I know if you’re on this site you be as shocked as I am that I’ve not watched the original Watchmen movie or even read the original Watchmen comic. Sadly there was too much going on at the time and I just wasn’t able to make it happen. I really don’t have an excuse. I […]

  • Amazon
    The Boys – A Dystopian Look at Superhero’s and the World They Create

    The Boys is a brand-new superhero drama on Amazon. It is dark and gritty, and ultraviolent. It’s difficult to reject that we live in an age controlled by the superhero. That traditional Superman chestnut, “Look up in the sky!”, feels as apropos as ever when you can’t drive down a significant roadway without seeing posters […]

  • Netflix
    Netflix – The Umbrella Academy

    When it comes to TELEVISION, normally I’m not much of a binge-watcher. But last week I was stuck at home for two days straight, and my only options were Spend all day navel gazing, and feeling sorry for myself or Try to sidetrack myself through the power of Netflix. I’d seen a trailer a while […]

  • Television
    Hanna Episode 1

    Amazon Prime’s Hanna: reintroduces the visitor to the story-line of the original film in direct style, foregoing the flash-backs used in the source material. Though this story-telling choice alleviates the episode, not every narrative and editorial-choice works similarly. The method Erik Heller (Joel Kinnaman) infiltrates the modern infant baby room in Woodland is suspicious i.e. […]

  • Doctor Who
    Top 5 Doctor Who Monsters & Villains

    Doctor Who is a long running British science-fiction series. In fact, it’s been nearly ongoing since 1963. The show follows the adventures of an alien from the planet Gallifrey known as The Doctor, who explores the universe in a time-travelling spaceship called a TARDIS. Now, that’s as far as we’ll go with the show’s bio. […]

  • Comic Book
    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2

    It’s difficult to catch lightning in a bottle twice, and that’s exactly what James Gunn tries to do in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. The word “Marvel,” as in comic books or movie studios, has become a foundational term of our culture. Yet you could sit through almost every one of today’s comic-book movies […]

  • Anime
    Deadman Wonderland Season 1 Anime Review

    First of all let me say, this anime is not for the faint of heart. If this were a live action adaption, not an anime, I would be surprised if telecommunication companies would even permit it to adults. The gore and the violence are rife in this anime, the level of hardship our character endure, […]

  • Doctor Who
    The Doctor’s Villains – Part 2

    Continuing from part 1 – you cannot have a hero without a villain for them to fight. Well, if you enjoyed our round-up of the first group of baddies, you’re going to love this next bunch as they are the ones that are the most iconic! THE SILENCE Rather than a specific race, The Silence […]