Dolittle (2020) is a Worse version of the Fantastic Beast Movies (a Review)

Robert Downey Jr’s legacy as an actor has been throughly cemented with his role as Tony Stark. Even on his comeback all the movies outside of the MCU have not been as big or well remembered. The best would be his Sherlock Holmes films with Judd Law and directed by Guy Ritchie. So his first role now that he’s out of the MCU is as … Continue reading Dolittle (2020) is a Worse version of the Fantastic Beast Movies (a Review)

The Beauty of Untitled Dad Project

The podcasts follows writer and producer Janielle Kastner grieve the death of her absent father through a narrative lens to get the closure she was denied in life. It feels like it was made for me, but also that it’s something so intimate that I shouldn’t be listening to it. It is all the things I like in storytelling and entertainment. It’s about art and … Continue reading The Beauty of Untitled Dad Project

Netflix/BBC’s Dracula is “Clever” (a Review)

Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss received a lot of praise, and eventually flack for what they did with their massive adaptation of the Sherlock Holmes mythos in Sherlock. It was safe to say that went off the rails and ended badly (evil mastermind super criminal sister, sure…). Some say now that it was always sub-par and a bad adaption. Those comments made whatever the duo … Continue reading Netflix/BBC’s Dracula is “Clever” (a Review)

Hot 100 Review: Heartless by The Weeknd

The Weeknd (yes autocorrect it is really spelled like that. Stop interrupting my flow) is a great artist. He is one of the few who seem to know how to use the “Sad Boy” rap beats in any meaningful way. He had a giant mainstream debut a couple years back and then just vanished, potentially only become a guest artist at best (Was Starboy really … Continue reading Hot 100 Review: Heartless by The Weeknd