Superheroes... What a concept! Hollywood seems to think that they're pretty neat as demonstrated by the overwhelming output of superhero content for the past decade. The discussion of superhero fatigue has naturally followed but has never seemed more relevant till now. There hasn't been a major superhero blockbuster since February 2020 and there won't be … Continue reading If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It: Invincible’s Take on the Superhero Genre.
Despite Hollywood being in a rough spot right now, there is still plenty of content to cover. There are movies which I either too long to watch or I technically couldn't watch them because of regional restrictions (looking at you, Shirley and Bad Education). Instead of taking the time to review every single one of … Continue reading Mini-Reviews #1 (The Vast of Night, Shirley, Bad Education)
With the lack of movies in light of recent events, it only makes sense that a ton of people are gravitating towards television. My latest reviews mostly consist of season reviews and this was supposed to go up at the end of May where by then I would have binged two to other shows and … Continue reading Never Have I Ever S1 / Little Fires Everywhere DUAL REVIEW!
Nowadays, there is simply too much to watch, which isn't a bad thing, if anything it's wonderful that there is a show made for everyone. However with the incredible amount of content that is being put out, reviews for all of them seem like a instant stress-inducing headache. Instead of reviewing each show on their … Continue reading What I Watched This Fall. (TV)
Good Omens is a miniseries created by Neil Gaiman and it is based of the book with the same name written by Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. The miniseries follows the angel Aziraphale and the demon Crowley, longtime friends who will try to stop the Antichrist from bringing Armageddon upon the world and ending it. The … Continue reading Good Omens – Miniseries Review!