With the rampant success of Game of Thrones, it was inevitable that we would experience a boom in the fantasy genre. The quality of that boom was something I was not expecting, however, and The Order goes to show that perfectly. Following incoming freshman Jack Morton at Belgrave University, the viewers are introduced to a secret magic society as well as a sort of police force … Continue reading The Order Season 2
For anyone not already in the know about Letterkenny, let me introduce you to a Canadian sitcom following the antics of a rural town. From the very beginning of the show, it lays down its weird but hilarious plot line and characters, making you incredibly aware and excited that all sorts of weird stuff is about to go down. The show fires on all cylinders, … Continue reading Letterkenny Season 7
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
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
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?
13 Reasons Why started as a show about a girl named Hannah Baker who killed herself and left tapes behind explaining why she did it. Across its run, the show attempts to tackle many sensitive topics such as rape, mental illness, substance abuse, and its main topic of suicide prevention. Based on the 28.9% increase in suicides among Americans ages 10-17 directly after the release … Continue reading The Problem With 13 Reasons Why