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Review: ‘Batman: A Death in the Family’

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‘Say Yes to the Duke’: The Book Where Viola Finally Comes Into Her Own

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‘Outlander’: Fanfics Therapy

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'Vida' Series Finale Review: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Starz Vida was the little show that could that fought with every bit of its being to survive, thrive, and leave it’s mark when it comes to diverse TV. And I will always love it because of that. I will always compare other shows to Vida, especially if they haveRead More →

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I always have feelings attached to the shows that I have deemed Gone Too Soon. Some shows I am a little bitter about their cancelation (Stitchers and Class) and some deserved better endings (Ravenswood and iZombie). This week’s show doesn’t really belong in any of those categories. It stands onRead More →

Apple TV+ has flown somewhat under the radar in the streaming wars. There are some high-profile names on the service, like Reese Witherspoon, Jason Momoa, and Chris Evans, but that’s not all they have. While looking for something to watch last month, I stumbled upon Home Before Dark. This showRead More →

Well, the angst – the romantic one, at least – is mostly over, at least for now, so I can breathe again. I imagine it’ll come back at the end of the season of Fringe, because of course it will, this is a TV show, but I’m just going toRead More →

I have never been one for tradition. I kinda feel like I get why people have them, but tradition has never been a happy thing for me. Tradition brings forth memories – ones that are sometimes painful and sometimes very easy. But when we have changes in our lives, theRead More →

Welcome to A-Z Movie Reviews.  Every Sunday, for the next several months, I will be posting a review of a film in my home movie collection.  How it works is, I will be reviewing movies in alphabetical order until I get to the letter Z (Yes, I do have aRead More →

Space Force. I know. With that title I usually role my eyes and think about how stupid an actual Space Force is. Brilliant idea, Donald. However, the Space Force we will be discussing will not be the actual new branch of the U.S. Military. Netflix has a new series thatRead More →

Performances of the Week: May 24th to May 30th

Welcome to another Sunday of talking about the shows & movies that made us laugh, cry, go awww and, of course, look around and wonder what in the world was happening. If it made us feel things, whether they were good, or bad, then this is where we talk about it. ThisRead More →

We’re really loving Stargirl. This weeks episode is entitled Icicle. Here’s the synopsis – HIS IS OUR DESTINY — After a dangerous confrontation with a member of the Injustice Society of America, Pat (Luke Wilson) warns Courtney (Brec Bassinger) to back down from her attempts to go after them.  But whenRead More →

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Another week down, who knows how many more to go? And yes, you are not the only one who feels like they might have watched every show to ever exist. It’s just unlikely that you actually have. But it’s okay, you don’t have to go back and try to findRead More →

After a little hiatus, Blindspot is back! “Existential Ennui” is a transition episode, but really perfect in terms of the balance between emotion, action and intrigue. It’s a necessary episode to show the strength of the team that, inevitably, will have to face Madeline. Let’s discuss everything! Here we go! THIS IS OVER! InRead More →