The Good Place Series Finale- Nothing Is Bad… In Fact, It’s Perfect

“If there were an answer I could give you to how the universe works, it wouldn’t be special. It would just be machinery fulfilling its cosmic design. It would just be a big, dumb food processor. But since nothing seems to make sense, when you find something or someone that does, it’s euphoria.” I’ve been trying to write this column about The Good Place’s series … Continue reading The Good Place Series Finale- Nothing Is Bad… In Fact, It’s Perfect

Stranger Things- What If Doctor Brenner Is Alive?

If George R.R. Martin has impressed anything on me with the way he freely abuses his reader’s emotions, it’s that if it doesn’t happen on the page (or on screen) then it didn’t happen. Just because you’re told a character has died or are left for dead or any type of death is alluded to, it means zero until you see that character dead for … Continue reading Stranger Things- What If Doctor Brenner Is Alive?

Does Someone Need To Die In Stranger Things?

Last week Netflix finally graced us with the release of the long-awaited Stranger Things season three trailer. It couldn’t have come at a better time as the world needed a reminding that this show still existed. That’s the problem with these long layoffs between seasons. In a pop culture scene that has such a short attention span, thanks binge-watching, it’s a “what have you done … Continue reading Does Someone Need To Die In Stranger Things?

What Crisis On Infinite Earths Means For the Arrowverse

This year’s CW Arrowverse crossover gave us a lot to get excited about. For starters, we finally got our first look at Ruby Rose’s Batwoman, and she kicked alllllll types of butt. Not only was Gotham City mentioned but also visited as the gang battled the crazies over in Arkham Asylum which was full of Batman easter eggs including Bane’s mask, Scarecrow’s terror serum, and … Continue reading What Crisis On Infinite Earths Means For the Arrowverse

Groot Is Dead. Long Live Groot

A couple of weeks ago I was circling through Twitter, which is something I often do now. I really can’t believe how much I’ve grown to enjoy Twitter. Apparently, I signed up for it five years ago as I just received a notification over the weekend on this would be anniversary, but I never thought I would actually use it. Hashtagging was strange to me … Continue reading Groot Is Dead. Long Live Groot

The Very Real World of Comic Book Spoilers

I have been reading comic books for a long time. If you frequent the site then that shouldn’t really surprise you and if you’re new to the site, hiiiiiii won’t you please stick around and check out our archives. While my wallet often protests the number of comics that I read, I can’t help but ignore it. I love the medium. Comic books are where some of my … Continue reading The Very Real World of Comic Book Spoilers

When Networks Apologize

Do you ever feel that television networks just don’t care about your feels? I think we’ve all been there. For me, personally, I think NBC can give two shits about my television needs. I know that’s super aggressive but it’s true. They cancelled Hannibal right before Bryan Fuller got to explore the Silence of the Lambs story line, and they cancelled Community the day after my father passed. I’m not … Continue reading When Networks Apologize