(With season two already out, I figured it was as good a time as any to bring back my original review of this complex and clever series. If you’ve not caught up, this might convince you.) Originally Published: June 8th, 2020 Upload Is Some Excellent Science Fiction Upload was on my watch list for months before…
I’ve rewatched the second arc of this series so many times, especially the big battle during the season finale. It’s become media comfort food. If you like anime, you need to see this show
The new game and story expansion for Star Wars: The Old Republic, Legacy of the Sith, is right around the corner! Recently, the developers held a livestream to share story teases, game expansion details and give away some freebies and we have all the deets compiled for you right here. But first, the free stuff….
The film scene—and, by extension, the trailer scene—is ramping up for the holidays and the new year. We’ve got a bunch of franchise films, standalones, and odd ducks coming soon. But, before the movies properly arrive, let’s look at the trailers for three of them.
For better and not for the worst, The Ghost and Molly McGee is basically what you’d expect it to be. The first episode—which is all I’ve seen of it—is in the standard style of episodic comedy. But that’s not a complaint.
The Matrix Resurrections trailer is here, and it’s honestly better than I was expecting. The action scenes, the slick editing: it’s fun to watch this trailer by itself, let alone what it’ll be like with the actual film.
This is perhaps the most evergreen article I’ve ever written. It is always relevant. And, since a lot of our readers are writers, it seemed worthwhile to bring it to the attention of anyone new to the site.
Hi everyone! Brandon Scott here! It’s been more than 2 years since I reviewed this YouTube channel. So, to prepare for future reviews, here’s my original take on some of their videos.
I’m by no means the first person to notice that trailers have a bad habit of giving too much information.
The Map of Tiny Perfect Things is one of the rare romantic comedies that not only functions well as such, but also is a wonderful and heartwarming science fiction story with a strong understanding of its premise.
I’m late to the party for the Raya and the Last Dragon trailer. The newest Disney Princess movie is coming out in only a few days.
Helluva Boss is no Hazbin Hotel. It does not even come close. But does that mean I hate the show? No—I don’t even actively dislike it. There are redeeming aspects to this internet series, but it’s also got a lot of the bad parts of Hazbin, with a lot less of the charm.
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