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September 11, 2020

There have been many banner days in the history of American Comedy but maybe none more overlooked than December 17, 2005. The debut of “Lazy Sunday” on Saturday Night Live brought about two lasting effects. First, SNL garnered a whole new legion of fans aching to watch...

Right now, between a worldwide pandemic and a civil rights revolution, our country is in a state of grief. Grief has phases: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance, and the grieving process is not always a linear one. Sometimes, I feel like America is in...

November 30, 2019

Warning: This blog post contains Spoilers for Season Three of The Crown and Season Four of The Good Place 

Two of my Thanksgiving week television delights have been watching the most recent Season Four episode of The Good Place and binge watching Season Three of The Cro...

October 30, 2019

Warning: This Review Contains Major Spoilers 

  

Unlike many long time Veronica Mars fans, I wanted Veronica to stay with Piz at the end of the 2014 movie instead of moving back to Neptune to be with Logan. 
 

There, I said it. This is your unpopular opinion of the d...

February 20, 2019

I originally embarked on this journey because of the (unintentionally comedic) way that anime characters explicitly state everything that they’re doing. Then, I found out there’s a reason for it. Then, I found an 88-page Bachelor’s Thesis on it.

First, What’s the Same?

T...

December 21, 2018

Every year, starting in early December, I begin my annual Christmas movie and TV marathon. I spend the month rewatching old holiday classics, as I have time and in no particular order. This tradition is pretty loosely structured and has changed a bit from year to year,...

December 13, 2018

Every year, starting in early December, I begin my annual Christmas movie and TV marathon. I spend the month rewatching old holiday classics, as I have time and in no particular order. This tradition is pretty loosely structured and has changed a bit from year to year,...

June 22, 2018

Ian Waldie

Queer Eye (Season 2)

Yes it’s been an entire four months since Queer Eye premiered but season 2 is now already available to stream on Netflix. And, let’s be real, this is really just part 2 of season 1; Netflix had 16 episodes in the bottle and they decided to...

January 7, 2018

Dave Made a Maze (2017) - This movie is like the demented love child of The Muppets, John Dies at the End, and Mark Z. Danielewski's horror novel, House of Leaves. As a fan of low budget, campy horror comedy, Dave Made a Maze appealed to my fan sensibilities....

December 16, 2017

The Punisher (Season 1) – I’ll be honest – I’ve already marathoned this series. I’m not a huge fan of the character from the comics, but I loved his appearance in Daredevil Season 2 so I was looking forward to this. It seriously paid off. The show centers on Frank Cast...

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