Good Girls Season 3

It’s rare to find a show that is so consistent with top-notch acting, writing, and a script that keeps you on your toes. Nevertheless, the first two seasons of Good Girls were wildly successful and the comedy/drama/crime thriller came through with another. Now without giving any spoilers, the series follows three middle-aged mothers struggling to make ends meet who decide to try their luck at armed … Continue reading Good Girls Season 3

Solar Opposites Review

By Caleb Sheets “Solar Opposites” is the new stand alone show from Justin Roiland (co-creator of Rick and Morty) which follows the misadventures of an alien family from space. I tried to enjoy the show but couldn’t help but compare it to “Rick and Morty”. Almost everything about the show feels the same. The art style, the futuristic sci-fi technology, even the main character Korvo … Continue reading Solar Opposites Review

Was Marvel’s Venture Into Television a Failure?

From the occasional blockbuster to its current position as a generational staple, Marvel Studios has been pressing out their comic-inspired movies with an intensity that almost matches that of the fans of these films. The Marvel Universe is now a household name, and hot off the rampant success that was The Avengers, they started Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Critics projected Marvel’s television to be the … Continue reading Was Marvel’s Venture Into Television a Failure?

June 2020 Essentials

Our monthly essentials are back and they are needed now more than ever! I’ve got five juicy titles for you to sink your teeth into this month and get some of this time off your hands! Clash of the Titans Clash of the Titans is the first in a two-part series (followed by our second entry) following Perseus in Greek mythology. The overarching plot contains a … Continue reading June 2020 Essentials

F Is For Family Season 4

I previously reviewed F is For Family over a year ago, but with a new season of the adult comedy recently hitting Netflix, I had to really see whether or not the show kept its magic going. The short answer: yes. All the iconic and hilarious characters are still in the limelight, although people whose character arcs were previously overlooked like Vic and Bridget, now … Continue reading F Is For Family Season 4

IT – Chapter Two

After the worldwide phenomenon and critically acclaimed IT, many were excited for the second chapter, stemming from the second half of Stephen King’s book. This part comes from twenty-seven years down the line, where they have all moved past their childhoods and have to return to Derry to confront Pennywise when he returns. My first big problem with this movie is its reliance on the … Continue reading IT – Chapter Two

Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark – A Review

Scary Stories to Tell In The Dark Review This adaptation writes its own stories as the film happens. A truly terrifying concept. Thus our characters are resigned to futility and reduced to nothing more than mere scare-worthy pawns by an entity utterly indifferent to the fear continually expounded throughout. The film is centred around a crew of misfits who, not unlike their coming-of-age counterparts existing … Continue reading Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark – A Review

Once Upon a Time In Hollywood

If you have been following my ramblings for any amount of time, you will surely know my love of Quentin Tarantino. With rumors floating around of his retirement from directing, I am thrilled to get every last bit of glorious cinema while I can, so this came at the perfect time. OUATIH (yeah, I’m not typing all that out again) follows a Western actor Rick … Continue reading Once Upon a Time In Hollywood