Seeing Red, A Poem about the Dark Side
Hey, here I am with another weird poem thing. Enjoy! There’s nothing of value in this galaxyExcept IDeify me and my excellencyOr say goodbye The darkest corners are my homeSwamps, cities, or tombs of stoneEverywhere you see meNowhere my traces bePower impressively focusedFor those that are never three Anger and passion are a coin, the […]
Netflix's Exciting New Series - Shadow And Bone: Episode 1
A Searing Burst of Light introduces to the world of Alina Starkov and the politics of this unforgiving world. A good episode!
Review: The Expanse S1E7: Windmills
Windmills is an unusual episode in the Expanse canon. It is, for one, a demonstration of building tension within film making, showing prospective film-makers how to create tension in a scene when there is none. Part of the brilliance of this episode is creating tension through an invisible enemy.
Review: The Expanse s1 ep 5: Back to the Butcher
This episode shouldn’t have been called Back to the Butcher, it should have been called: A mirage of conspiracies that all interconnect with one another.
Review: The Expanse s1 ep 4: QCB
QCB is an odd episode for me. While it’s one of the best in terms of raising the stakes and tension that is ever-present across all the Expanse’s seasons, it’s also one with which I have a few issues. This episode continues where we left off, the crew of the Canterbury interrogated by the Martians on the MCRN Cruiser, Donnager.
Review: The Expanse s1 ep 3: Remember the Cant
his episode is the darkest episode you’ll ever find for a sci-fi series. It confounds all thought of human decency and consigns them into the bin. Tensions are brewing.
The Expanse Season 1, Episode 1 Review: The Big Bang Explosion!
In the asteroid belt near ******, James Holden and the crew of the ice-freighter Canterbury, investigate a distress call from an unknown derelict ship, the Scopuli. On Ceres Station, weary Detective Miller begins an off the book investigation to find a missing heiress, Juliette Andromeda Mao, and ship her home to Earth, but Miller’s seemingly simple job takes an unexpected turn.
A Triumphant Foundation of TV: Barbarians (Netflix)
Barbarians (original title: Barbaren) is a 2020 German historical war drama television series created by Andreas Heckmann, Arne Nolting and Jan Martin Scharf and starring Laurence Rupp, Jeanne Goursaud and David Schütter. The series is a fictional account of events during the Roman Empire’s occupation of Germania, and the…
The Outsider Cancelled on HBO But Not Gone!
According to Yahoo! Entertainment, The Outsider has been cancelled with HBO, but the series’ production company is working to sell it to another network or streaming service. The series was written in a world created by Stephen King and has a solid following of King fans with multiple 2020 Emmy nominations. That being said, the […]
New LGBTQ TV Service available in the UK
Locked out because it’s not available in the US, I’m still excited to see another LGBTQ catered service availalbe. Currently this subscription service costs £2.99 a month or £29.99 a year and features some of our favorite shows like Trixie Mattel: Skinny Legend and Katya: Help Me I’m Dying as well as House of Drag. […]