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THE MANDALORIAN Review: The Tragedy

Damn this show. Not because it was bad, but because it left me hanging. Well I suppose with only two episodes left and the stakes ramping up, this was to be expected. And...

WANDAVISION Review: While You Were Blipping

Well. I guess that answers everything. I mean everything. I'm a little disappointed. While there are still some mysteries to be uncovered, the lid was pulled off in this episode and pretty...
The Orville New Horizons

THE ORVILLE: Season Review

We haven’t spoken all that much about The Orville and I’m pretty annoyed at that. I had to sit, watch, and review Obi-Wan, which was weak at best, but we haven’t...
Castlevania

CASTLEVANIA Season 4 Review

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Potential Spoilers For Castlevania Season 4 Follow... You Can Thank Me Later. Mixed Blood It’s fitting that a half-human/half-vampire is one of the main characters for this show as this season fits...

LOKI Review – “Journey Into Mystery”

"It's never too late to change." - Mobius Here's your LOKI review for episode 5: Journey Into Mystery. The only real problem with LOKI is the problems any time travel/multiverse show, internal logic...
Wellington Paranormal

WELLINGTON PARANORMAL – A Review

I know Taika Waititi’s movies are a bit hit and miss with audiences, but his TV work is great if you like that style of comedy. Personally, I love it and...

MOON KNIGHT Review

It's difficult to review shows like Moon Knight on the first episode. They are usually pretty good, but also only a small part of a larger show. Picard started out very...

THE MANDALORIAN Review: The Believer

The characterization deepens. One thing I'm really appreciating with this show is that he meets people in earlier episodes and then those people come back to deepen there characters. Case in point...

Binge Watch – TIN STAR Season 1 Review

Tin Star came out in 2017, but I just stumbled on it this week. I'd never heard of it before and chances are neither have you because Amazon Prime does a...

LOVE, DEATH & ROBOTS – Season 2 review

In 2019, Tim Miller and David Fincher produced a set of short animated stories, Love, Death & Robots, it kind of came out of nowhere, and surprised everyone when it started...
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