TV Series Review: The Boys

Source I know I am a bit late for this review, but I thought I would share it anyways. If you haven't seen The Boys on Amazon, I highly recommend it. The Boys challenges the traditional tropes of superheroes by satirizing the current American political climate. There are three forces that control the superhero narrative. There is a... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: The 355 (2022)

Source As far as spy thrillers go, The 355 is just okay. I didn't hate this movie, but it also didn't leave much of an impression. I will forget what this movie is about tomorrow, and so will you. This movie doesn't do enough to earn a recommendation. A drug cartel has made a device that allows... Continue Reading →

TV Series Review: Fairfax (2021)

There is an audience for this animated series, it just doesn't include me. There is nothing technically bad with Fairfax, it was just too obnoxious for my tastes. The animation is fine, the voice acting is solid, the attention to detail is fantastic, and there is a good soundtrack buried throughout the series. But this show was... Continue Reading →

TV Series Review: Bang Bang Baby (2022)

Bang Bang Baby sits as a unique mob story that I believe is worth your time. It is full of dreams, quirky characters, and action. While the English dubbing is solid, I would recommend watching it in the original Italian as you will lose a bit of the intended cadence and emotion in the dubbing. While... Continue Reading →

TV Series Review: Chloe (2022)

Amazon has seriously upped its game when it comes to its original programming. There are enough new originals begging for your time, and Chloe is one that is well worth yours. This psychological thriller will keep you at the edge of your seat as you watch Becky trying to piece together the truth of her childhood friend's... Continue Reading →

Series Review: The Lake (2022)

Amazon is stepping up its content game and seriously giving other streaming platforms a meaningful challenge. If you have Amazon Prime membership, you need to watch The Lake. This wholesome dramatic comedy is fantastically binge-worthy. Billie was put up for adoption as a baby. Now, 16 years later, she is sent to spend a summer... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: The Wolf Hour (2019)

Source The Wolf Hour is a depressing and anxiety-inducing representation of the writing process. The film focuses on June and her descent into madness as she attempts to write her next big hit. June has isolated herself from the world, fearing to leave her apartment. The movie does a great job at manifesting June's anxiety, loneliness,... Continue Reading →

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