To escape into a world where you can live vicariously through its characters and live out the most joyous experiences and come out wanting to emulate that in your own life, is exactly what 'Heartstopper' has done to me. My immediate reaction after watching this show for the first time besides overwhelming joy and a … Continue reading ‘Heartstopper’ Is A Joyous Reminder To Celebrate Our Queer Selves.
If the second season of HBO's hit show 'Euphoria' has achieved anything during its run, it's that for those eight Sundays, everyone was glued to their screens. In fact, the interest in this show only went up with each episode as the finale drew over 6.6 million viewers across all HBO platforms and honestly, I … Continue reading The Wildly Entertaining, Unrestrained Mess That Is ‘Euphoria’ Season 2.
The task of introducing a phenomenon like 'Squid Game' for a review is as dreadful as the show itself. How do you try to condense the world's hottest show without using words like 'inescapable' or without trying to sound pretentious and act like you didn't watch it purely because of peer pressure? We all know … Continue reading ‘Squid Game’ and The Nerve-Shredding Result Of Moral Manipulation.
The fact that this is up a couple days after Pride Month genuinely is a coincidence but it may be on theme with this review. That being said, Happy Belated Pride Month to the LGBTQ+ community! It seems we have quite the mess to talk about when it comes to this season of 'Love, Victor', … Continue reading ‘Love, Victor’ Season 2 Does More Harm Than Good | SPOILER REVIEW
Netflix's 'Castlevania' emerges from the darkness one last time with its fourth and final season. Creator Warren Ellis and his crew have come together to create a mighty satisfying, jaw-dropping epic with the ambition of a theatrical blockbuster. If there ever was a case of something too good to be true, this final season just … Continue reading ‘Castlevania’ Delivers An Unbelievably Glorious Finale.
The Umbrella Academy has finally returned to our screens with it's highly anticipated second season. The show is based off the comic-book series created by Gerard Way and it has been translated to television thanks to Steve Blackman and Jeremy Slater. After a massive cliffhanger, we find the dysfunctional family scattered through 1960's America. Faith … Continue reading Insanity Doesn’t Begin To Explain “The Umbrella Academy” Season 2 | REVIEW!
Love, Victor is a spin-off television series from the movie Love, Simon based off the Simonverse books written by Becky Albertalli. The show is brought to us by the same people who worked on the movie, Elizabeth Berger and Isaac Aptaker. This time we follow Victor Salazar and his family who just moved to Creekwood. … Continue reading The Wholesome Content I Needed | Love, Victor: Season 1 REVIEW
Longtime partners Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan return to give us "Hollywood", a miniseries about Tinseltown, post World War II. We follow a great set of characters as they embark on a journey to follow their dreams and make it in this crazy town. The show stars an ensemble cast featuring David Corenswet, Jeremy Pope, … Continue reading Representation Gets The Green Light in Netflix’s Hollywood | REVIEW!
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!
After two smash-hit seasons, Netflix's Castlevania returns for its much anticipated third season. Taking place a month after the events of last season, Alucard is finding life pretty lonely guarding his father's castle. Trevor and Sypha go place to place killing night creatures but have decided to stop and take a break in the mysterious … Continue reading A Tale of Hell, Magic, Lust and Betrayal | Castlevania Season 3 REVIEW