Is The Roku Surround Sound System A Good Purchase?

This is a very different review for me. For those of you awaiting for my return to movie reviews, I apologize because I have been caught up watching Hannibal for the first time. In the meantime though, I did want to review my new entertainment system, because I feel like this is something that will benefit many of you who either are looking for a … Continue reading Is The Roku Surround Sound System A Good Purchase?

New Mutants is an Experience We’ve Been Waiting for A Long Time (a Review)

New Mutants is an experience so many of us have been waiting for, even if you don’t care about the movie, because it’s a return to the cinema. That is, on top of a movie that has been in delayed and development for years, even after being completed. That makes it all the more exciting and terrifying to see how if it lives up to … Continue reading New Mutants is an Experience We’ve Been Waiting for A Long Time (a Review)

Should Movie Theaters Even Open?

We live in a capitalist society, captalism means expansion through the use of money. We want movies and experience them on big screens, movie studios want money so they’ll put them on big screen. There is no ethical consumption under capitalism, so yes, based purely on an economic perspective they need to be open. They’re a major employer across the world after all. But that’s … Continue reading Should Movie Theaters Even Open?

Hot 100 Review: Laugh Now Cry Later (feat Lil Durk)

Watch: https://youtu.be/JFm7YDVlqnI I want to like Drake, and I guess I do in the way I like any artist who has a song I like. I moreso mean that I want to like him more consistently. He’s a strong force in music. His songs can set precedents moving forward, so when he wastes his Billboard spot on forgettable nonsense that’s what can pollute it. That … Continue reading Hot 100 Review: Laugh Now Cry Later (feat Lil Durk)

Avatar: The Impossible Followup – a look at The Legend of Korra Season 2

The real struggle I, and many fans, of Korra had about is its wasting of what could be interesting stories. It is no longer the epic tale of a century long war. Instead it is what the Avatar was always supposed to do— help create the peace and balance of the rather mystical world they inhabit. Season two tries to get the series there. Season … Continue reading Avatar: The Impossible Followup – a look at The Legend of Korra Season 2

The Best Way to Revive Avatar the Last Airbender

Avatar has been getting a lot of buzz since the announcement of a live action revival in the work. That buzz exploded when it came out that the creators of Avatar left the project (which doesn’t mean it’ll be bad or like the writers will miss the point of the series. I mean the same creators made Korra and that’s not as good, so it … Continue reading The Best Way to Revive Avatar the Last Airbender

Teenage Bounty Hunters Arrested Me (a Review)

It feels honestly refreshing when Netflix lives up to its brand and creates another amazing first season of television that you could not get anywhere else. This also feels like a strange end cap for the trilogy of female-led stories that are usually male-centric starting with Warrior Nun (interested in what Season 2 will be like), Cursed (that will be true if we get a … Continue reading Teenage Bounty Hunters Arrested Me (a Review)

Deathstroke: Knights and Dragons is Taken 2 (a Review)

Deathstroke as a character was one of the first villains/anti-heroes to get his own spin-off comic series. Though popular culture seems to have forgotten that, they hadn’t forgotten that he was the standout character in the Teen Titans show, and just a cool design with more of a backstory than most anti-heroes. It makes him ripe for movie potential, and is sad that his Marvel … Continue reading Deathstroke: Knights and Dragons is Taken 2 (a Review)

Anime Zootopia (a Look at Beastars season one)

One of the many reasons I go to and enjoy anime is it’s ability to serialize and expand on some of my favorite film concepts, turning them into a fleshed out experience. The easiest to pinpoint is Psycho-Pass’s connection to movies like Blade Runner and Minority Report (before Minority Report got its own series). Though not a full on adaption, Psycho-Pass takes the themes, ideas, … Continue reading Anime Zootopia (a Look at Beastars season one)