*Disclaimer – this post contains affiliate links* Anime has never been more accessible than it is these days as its popularity reaches new heights, solidifying its place in mainstream media. Now, in years past anime was like a niche market, often grouped with the likes of horror movies and comics and used as a punching… Read More TV Talk: 6 Must-Watch Anime TV Shows
Do you ever get the overwhelming feeling that there are too many options when it comes to TV shows? The quality of TV has vastly improved over the years, treating viewers to intricate and compelling storylines that emotionally resonate with us. This latest batch of shows ranges from the violently brutal, to the coldly calculating,… Read More TV Talk: Gang Warfare and Informative Historical Docudramas.
Perhaps one of the most surprising hits of 2019, Knives Out is a brilliant whodunit that has quickly become one of the most engaging murder-mystery films to hit the big screen. Its box office acclaim has already secured a sequel, meaning fans will soon get to immerse themselves in the follow-up to this thrilling murder-mystery.… Read More 4 Reasons to Watch Knives Out – A Movie Review
Joaquin Phoenix is one of the most versatile actors in the industry. His performance as the Joker captivated the world, but his back catalogue of movies highlight his range as one of the most prolific actors of our time. From the wildly eccentric to the quietly moving, Phoenix’s compelling performances are often magnetic. You Were… Read More Midnight Movies Mini Reviews: You Were Never Really Here & The Sisters Brother
Dark Side of the Ring is a 10-episode docuseries spotlighting the darkest stories from the world of professional wrestling. Narrated by Chris Jericho, the second season spotlights notorious tragedies and lesser-known events in wrestling history. With accounts from loved ones, colleagues, journalists, and in some cases, the subjects themselves, Dark Side of the Ring provides… Read More TV Talk: Dark Side of the Ring Season 2
*Post contains affiliate links* Searching is a mystery thriller that sees John Cho take on the role of a desperate father when his teenage daughter goes missing. What follows is a race to track down his daughter’s movements all the while coming to terms with the distance between them following a tragic loss. Cho perfectly… Read More Midnight Movies: Searching
We all need to unwind sometimes, and what better way to do so than movie nights. The projector is up and running, and last week we voted on an anti-hero origin story and a surprisingly entertaining comedy. Sometimes movies don’t require those in-depth reviews, so here’s a quick summary of the highs and lows of… Read More Midnight Movies Mini Reviews: Venom and Game Night
The Last Kingdom (Season 4) *Warning: This review contains spoilers* The best historical drama to grace our screens. Based on the Bernard Cornwell novels, The Last Kingdom proves time and again that it can execute a compelling narrative, one that’s carried by a strong cast of characters in navigating the ever-changing dynamic between Saxons and… Read More TV Talk: Reasons to Watch The Last Kingdom Season 4
Two shows that are worlds apart in genre and themes, but equally as entertaining and engaging. Castlevania (Season 3) Based on the acclaimed video game, Castlevania is one of the best anime series on Netflix. Whether you’re an anime expert, casual viewer, or even a novice, Castlevania continues to deliver strong narratives in a world… Read More TV Talk: Castlevania & Vanity Fair
Before falling down the rabbit hole that is the Nintendo Switch, this girl found her time being occupied by a slew of addictive TV shows. These shows could not be further apart on the spectrum, but each one of them provides hours of entertainment that will have you hooked from start to finish. 911 Lone… Read More TV Talk: First Responders, Gossip Culture, and a Historical Take on the Zombie Apocalypse.