The Matrix 4 has puzzled me ever since it was announced a few months ago. I was content living in a world where there were only had three Matrix films. One that was superb, another that was ambitious, and a third that saw the neutering of Morpheus and… well, it was an ending. It’s funny, when I was in college I loved the Matrix films. … Continue reading Do We Need A Fourth Matrix?
Netflix can be a bit overwhelming at times. There is such a tremendous amount of content to cycle through that it’s no surprise that people keep watching things like The Office instead of drowning in the current of content. If you’re like me, you’ve spent entire nights trying to figure out what to watch only for an hour and a half to slip by and … Continue reading BoJack Horseman Final Season- Now With All The Feels
I’m a book snob. I’m not ever going to deny that. Ever. I’m the type of person who sees the trailer or hears the rumors for a project based on a book and then reads the book before the release. It’s my own personal race against the clock. Will I finish before this comes out? Let’s find out! On top of that, I’m most certainly … Continue reading You Season 2 & The Dismissal of My Book Snobbiness
Geeklings, it’s Monday which can only mean one thing. Brand new Week In Geek! The one thing you’ve clearly been looking forward to all day. I can see you now, sitting at your desks at work slowly fading as the time moves sloth-like. You’re contemplating pouring your coffee all over your keyboard to see what happens when suddenly a thought comes to your brain. Your … Continue reading Week In Geek- Last Episode of Baby Yoda/The Mandalorian & More of You
It snowed in my neck of the woods today. There was a list of things I wanted to do as the snow fell. Including- finishing my binge reading of Deadly Class watch my screener for episode two of Doom Patrol catch up on all of The Flash and Arrow have terribly fallen behind in trying to establish a host site for podcast adventures read more of You so I can read the sequel … Continue reading The Snow Day That Never Was