American Born Chinese Review

All Ages of Geek American Born Chinese

Coming-of-age stories can relate to anyone no matter what their background is, just like Disney Plus’ new series American Born Chinese. Based on Gene Luen Yang’s groundbreaking graphic novel, the show blends in a teen story with some martial arts mixed in. It’s quite an unusual combination, but it does help in bringing some Asian stories into […]

Wednesday Review

Ever since its debut in the 1930s, The Addams Family has made a mark on pop culture over many decades. The creepy family has made their presence known in both television and film as the legacy of the franchise continues to go strong. Now it is about to make its return to the small screen with Netflix’s […]

Anne Rice’s Interview With The Vampire Review

When it comes to modern literature of vampire fiction, Anne Rice’s Interview With The Vampire comes to mind as an influential piece of work. With its many sequels that came after, the author’s Gothic horror tales have made their way to other media, including a 1994 film adaptation. AMC is ready to crack another take at this […]

House of the Dragon Review

After the bitter taste that left fans disappointed in the final season of Game of Thrones, HBO is looking to reclaim its former glory and win the trust of the viewers with the prequel series House of the Dragon. There is a lot of hype going for it, but expectations are being kept quite low among fans […]

She-Hulk Review

There’s a vast majority of characters in the Marvel Universe that would very well work in a comedy or sitcom format. She-Hulk has a history of being able to tackle the funniest aspects of Marvel, which is what the MCU is trying to emulate here in her first live-action series She-Hulk: Attorney At Law. With […]

Stranger Things Season Four Volume Two Review

With the fourth season, Stranger Things has delivered its darkest storyline ever so far with the first volume. For the second half of the season, these last two episodes are jam-packed with major developments as it sets up for what will possibly be the final season of the series. Even though it’s only two episodes, the four hours […]

The Boys Season 3 Review

The Boys has returned with more vulgarity, blood, gore, and more commentary on real-world issues for its third season. From its series premiere, the Amazon Prime Video original series has tackled corruption and fame in the world of superheroes and it has caught the eyes of many viewers. After that huge cliffhanger in the second season, […]

Stranger Things Season 4 Volume One Review

It’s been a long wait for Stranger Things’ fourth season to arrive on Netflix and it’s finally here. The monster hit on the streaming platform has returned for a new season with a new mystery that is much darker and more mature than the previous seasons. As the first of two volumes releasing this year, Stranger Things delivers […]

Halo TV Series Review

Microsoft’s best-selling video game franchise Halo was one of the success stories during the early days of the Xbox. The game’s epic story was ripe for a Hollywood adaptation, but it has been in development for two years, exchanging hands between studios and even landed in the hands of Steven Spielberg. It wasn’t until recently that Halo finally ready […]

5 Reasons Fantasy Fans Should Watch Crash Landing On You

Minor Spoilers Something crazy happened to me last week. I spent 24 hours in North Korea. On Monday, I got some really disappointing news. Then on Tuesday, my husband’s work schedule took him back into the field for the first time since March, totally up-ending my daily routine. By Tuesday evening I was feeling really […]