The Sandman (S1 Review) | Shockingly Accurate and Captivating

Upon escaping after decades of imprisonment by a mortal wizard, Dream, the personification of dreams, sets about to reclaim his lost equipment.

TV Review: The Boys (S2) | When What We’re Missing is Super-powered People

The Eric Kripke (Supernatural, Revolution) Prime Video series, based on the comic books "The Boys" by writer Garth Ennis and artist Darick W. Robertson, is back for a second season. Karl Urban (Thor: Ragnarok), Jack Quaid (The Hunger Games), Antony Starr (Banshee), Erin Moriarty (Captain Fantastic), Dominque McElligott (House of Cards), Jessie T. Usher (Shaft), … Continue reading TV Review: The Boys (S2) | When What We’re Missing is Super-powered People

TV Review: The Boys (S2 Premiere) | The Set Up of What Could Be a Great Season?

The new season of The Boys, based on the comic books "The Boys" by writer Garth Ennis and artist Darick W. Robertson, premiered on Prime Video. Review: I am really struggling with writing this, why? Because as good as The boys is it's not a weekly type of show. There is no vilain of the … Continue reading TV Review: The Boys (S2 Premiere) | The Set Up of What Could Be a Great Season?

TV Review: I’ll Be Gone in the Dark | An Unbalanced Atypical True Crime Docuseries

I heard about the late Michelle McNamara and her book when Patton Oswald was promoting on Seth Meyers' show. I was very intrigued by that story but honestly made no moves to read the book or research its story. So when this documentary series came along, I thought great, even better because I'll get to see some of the key pieces of evidence. Because when it comes to true crime stories, or any investigative tale seeing pictures, videos, … Continue reading TV Review: I’ll Be Gone in the Dark | An Unbalanced Atypical True Crime Docuseries