San Diego Comic Con rocked this weekend, giving us our first glimpses at some huge, upcoming films and shows. Here’s just a few of them: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ue80QwXMRHg&t Thor: Ragnarok First up, the next addition to the MCU has everybody’s favorite mythological Avenger, Thor, doing his best to prevent the goddess of death Hela from unleashing the... Continue Reading →
It wouldn’t be the final season of Orphan Black if Crystal never made an appearance, right? “Manacled Slim Wrists” was a fun episode to start, featuring everyone’s favorite blonde clone. As the episode went on, however, it got darker and darker. I loved everything about Crystal’s role this week. I especially loved when Sarah impersonated... Continue Reading →
What's all the hype about? I mean, Yuri On Ice is just another boys’ love anime, right? Wrong. So, so wrong. Yuri on Ice is about the kids with anxiety, the kids hiding behind a mask of confidence, the kids trying to prove themselves. Yuri on Ice became one of the most popular anime in... Continue Reading →
Every week Orphan Black delivers another layer to this complicated story. Usually, I think “Oh, okay,” and just move on with my day. “Ease for Idle Millionaires,” is not like that at all. Frankly, this episode did not put me at ease or leave me feeling idle at all. What is going to happen to... Continue Reading →
The third in our series Critical Analysis is an interview with Vampire Reviews creator Elisa Hansen.
Preacher, AMC’s adaptation of the Garth Ennis and Steve Dillion comic series, returns in all its glorious, blasphemous absurdity for season 2. Preacher’s a weird show. On the one hand, it deals with heady topics like religion, morality, and one’s purpose in life. On the other hand, there’s a scene where a drunken Irish vampire... Continue Reading →