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The Way of the Househusband: Anime Series Review

The Way of the Househusband: Anime Series Review Starring: Jonah Scott, Laura Post The Way of the Househusband is streaming now on Netflix! It’s no secret that I am an Continue Reading

Dr Love Wave and The Experiments Issue 1

Dr Love Wave and The Experiments is about Milt, front man of the sci-fi surf rock band of the same name. On the one-year anniversary of his mother’s death, all Milt wants to do is play his way through the pain with his bandmates. But an invasion force of water stealing aliens have other things in mind!

Witchblood #2 – Comic Book Review

Witchblood #2 Comic Book Review  Created by: Matthew Erman & Lisa Sterle Colours: Gab Contreras Letters: Jim Campbell  Publishers: Vault Comics Check out our Witchblood Issue 1 review here! Witchblood 2 – Burnin’ For You Lightning Continue Reading

Yule: Dreadful Tales for the Holiday Season Preview

Yule is a comic anthology filled to the brim with stories set at the most wonderful time of the year. But don’t be fooled into thinking this is a collection filled with sugar plum fairies and childlike wonder. Oh no, Yule takes us on a journey through the horror and darker side of the festive season with tales from all over the globe.

Into the Snyder-Verse

Into the Snyder-Verse: Why We Needed The Snyder Cut In this piece, Allison shares her thoughts on the Snyder Cut of Justice League, and how she felt it measured up Continue Reading

My First Summer- BFI Flare 2021 Movie Review

Sheltered Claudia is trying to survive in the wake of her mother’s suicide when Grace, a local girl arrives and changes her life.

Fort Salem- No Black Hats but Badass Witch Soldiers

Fort Salem is a really exciting series you can watch and binge via BBC iPlayer about an alternative world where witches are forced to enlist in the US military.

Palm Springs Hulu Original Movie Review

Palm Springs asks the questions that scholars still pour over like is life meaningless, what gives life meaning, and what does it mean to be happy? But with quick quips from Samberg and terrifically delivery of lines from Milioti it’s a fun take on the time loop genre of films.