Okay look, over the last two reviews of the first two episodes, I went on explaining that I would likely end up watching the rest of the season because there was something that just kept me somewhat interested. Today, I found out that I was actually wrong about that assumption and now I find myself giving up on the series. There is a lot to … Continue reading I’m Giving Up On HBO’s Avenue 5
I apologize for the review coming out a day late, unfortunately the Super Bowl got me caught up in forgetting about the new episode last night and I didn’t get a chance to watch it till I got off work today, but regardless I’m here with my the review of episode 5! Some of my biggest theories or questions had to do with how exactly … Continue reading HBO’s The Outsider Episode 5 Review
Just like many of you who are reading this, I’m a huge fan of One Piece. I grew up reading it through school and continue to read it weekly. If you never got a chance to check out my Top 5 favorite manga series then I’ll tell you now that One Piece was number one for me. Keep that in mind when reading this because … Continue reading Can Netflix’s Live Action One Piece Series Work?
I love Scooby Doo! Scooby Doo has been around for a long time and everybody knows what it is. Four teens and a dog go solve mysteries and discover that the haunted or supernatural evil was really just a human all long. It was a formula that worked, could be changed and adapted with ease, and completely repeatable till the end of time. With its … Continue reading How Scooby Doo Mystery Inc. Solved It!
Just like most people, I’ve heard of Grey’s Anatomy for most of my life, but never found a real interest in actually watching it. It seemed like just some silly soap opera about a bunch of surgeons with no real substance. The demographic from my experience is primarily female and I’ve heard for years that I should give it a shot, but I’ve always leaned … Continue reading Grey’s Anatomy Is My #1 “Hate Watch” Show – Seasons 1-3(ish)
Where to start…I have no idea still how I feel about this show and whether or not I actually like it. I remember suing the same thing after watching episode 1 and I still feel the same after episode 2. This is such a unique and different kind of show that really knows how to execute a lot of things right while at the same … Continue reading HBO’s Avenue 5 Episode 2 Review
We left off last week’s episode with the death of a prison inmate, rather his suicide. My thoughts were that it seemed obvious that he also wasn’t actually responsible for the murder of the kids he was convicted of and that he was connected somehow to everything else going on. My biggest question was what connection that was and seemingly had something to do with … Continue reading HBO’s The Outsider Episode 4 Review
All live action art comes from georgeevangalista on Instagram! Digimon: Digital Monsters was one of the many monster capture clones to fail in the attempt to dethrone Pokémon. It was originally a line of digital pets you kept on a key chain to feed (I’d say Tamagachi, but most people don’t know what that is now a days), than later became an anime, video game, … Continue reading A Digimon Movie Could be Better than Detective Pikachu!
CBS All Access brings us the newest Star Trek show, Picard, which brings back our beloved Jean-Luc Picard played by Patrick Stewart. It picks up our character thirty years after the events of Next Generation. He’s now old and retired living a happy life in France. Now going into this, I will admit that I have seen some of Next Generation but not all of … Continue reading Star Trek: Picard Episode 1 Review
I live in America, one of three most uptight and prudish first world countries in the world, actual sex education is lacking. The news and outrage groups rail against porn, but then don’t teach actual sex in sex ed class, if they have one at all. Where else are teens supposed to get information (I mean Reddit or something probably, but not always from people … Continue reading Sex Education Season 2 Continues to be Important (a Review)