Category: Reviews

Review: ‘Lost in Space’ Season 3 is a Stellar Exploration Into Uncharted Territories

Lost in Space is poised to drop its third and final season on December 1st. I was given the opportunity to preview the first four intense episodes of the season,…

Review: Netflix’s ‘Cowboy Bebop’ Is a Mixed Bag

Through the announcement, delay, sneak peeks, and the trailer, my anticipation for the Netflix adaptation of Cowboy Bebop has remained high. Now, I’ve finally had the opportunity to sit down…

Review: ‘tick, tick…BOOM!’ Focuses on Passion and Self Isolation

Lin Manuel Miranda’s latest film, tick, tick…BOOM! means a lot to me. When I was 14 or 15 years old I started my freshman year of high school online. I…

Review: ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ (spoiler-free)

Back in 1984, magic was made with the production of the now-beloved film Ghostbusters. For the uninformed, I’d suggest going and watching the episode of Netflix’s show The Movies That…

Review: Masters of the Universe: Revelation Part 2 is Even Better Than Part 1

Part 2 of Netflix’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation did what fans clamored for and turned the dial up to 11. It’s almost as if the episode splits were intentional…

Review: ‘The Flash: Armageddon’ Season 8 Premiere

CW’s The Flash series returned for its eighth season last night. But unlike previous season openers, this year began with a huge event. Branded as “not a crossover”, this five-part…

Review: ‘Cowboy Bebop’ is Enjoyable But Could Be Better

With Cowboy Bebop less than a week away, it seems like fans’ excitement continues to build. Dropping on Netflix this Friday, the ten-episode first season live-action remake of the highly…

How Marvel’s ‘Eternals’ Could Have Been Improved

The latest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Eternals, debuted last weekend to mixed critical reception but rave reviews from fans. Although Eternals may be slightly divisive, it’s also the…

‘Doom Patrol’ Season 3 Finale Review

In a world absolutely flooded with Superhero and comic book-based films and series it’s hard to stand out. Some things just feel derivative and played out but there are always…

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