TV Series Review: Julia (2022)

Source Julia is a very wholesome show that you should be binging right now! If you are a fan of Ted Lasso, you will adore Julia. I am not a huge fan of biopics, but this definitely has changed my opinion. It is well cast, wonderfully written, and beautifully shot. You should not waste another minute with me,... Continue Reading →

TV Series Review: Outer Range

Outer Range is a brand new show on Amazon that should at least be on your radar. As of writing this, there are only two episodes out, but they are enough to at the very least get you invested. This is a suspenseful, ominous, and mysterious take on the rancher's story, and I for one am... Continue Reading →

TV Series Review: Upload Season 2

Source I need to revisit my initial review of this show because of how disappointing the second season is. The second season of Upload is full of plot holes, filler, and bad acting. There seems to be a trend with shows that go to streaming where they are made too long to be watchable. You see this... Continue Reading →

TV Series Review: Utopia (2020)

Utopia is an appropriate pandemic thriller that I believe everyone should be watching. It has tension, suspense, action, John Cusack; what more can you ask for? I have not seen the original British version, so I don't know how this compares. Instead, I will be basing this review only on the American version, streaming now... Continue Reading →

TV Series Review: Patriot (2015)

Source Patriot is the most depressing and anxiety-inducing spy thriller you will ever see. Word of caution, I deal with anxiety and depression and this show triggered a lot of that for me. I had to take multiple breaks when watching this show, but the anxiety is well worth it. Patriot does a fantastic job... Continue Reading →

D&D Sessions – The First Quest

This is part of a series. Click here for the whole story! ArtStation - For honor warden_Fanart, Kim Junghun Zamir and Jalila drop to the ground, letting out audible breaths full of exhaustion. Weapons fall to their side, kicking up small clouds of dust as they settle in the sand below. "Thanks for the help"... Continue Reading →

Riverdale Rants: Archie Part 2 – Heroism

After the first season of Riverdale, Archie’s character becomes very single note. He is a hero and will always act heroically. In later parts of the show, his character arc is more about his abs than any meaningful character development. Archie’s story is held back by the limitations of the narrative. Image by Pheline Vogel... Continue Reading →

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