Special Announcement: Taking a leap in 2021

July 27th, 2021 by

A few years ago, someone I know thought I should turn my blog site into a subscription site offering entertainment and book reviews, short stories, and more. However, I thought it was too much of a risk. This year with encouragement from additional people I know, I have chosen to find out if this idea […]

Get on Up: A 2014 film on the life of the Godfather of Soul, James Brown

March 29th, 2021 by

The 2014 film, Get on Up, takes an autobiographical look at the Godfather of Soul; James Brown starring Chadwick Boseman and directed by Tate Taylor.   Over the course of several years, I have seen documentaries on James Brown and several of his recorded concerts.   As a result, I think Chadwick nails Brown’s voice and his […]

Showtime: Penny Dreadful Entire S1

March 18th, 2021 by

I kept watching Showtime’s Penny Dreadful first season and the finale felt strong and did not disappoint. The major questions get an answer and the one story line left continues into the second and third (last season). Spoiler if you have not seen the show the story line that continues belongs to Vanessa. Sir Malcolm […]

The Heiress: Mandalorian Chapter 11

November 19th, 2020 by

In the episode the Heiress the Frog Lady reaches her destination and reunites with her husband. Next he lets Mando know how he can locate other Mandalorian. So while workers try to to make his ship able to fly again, he takes to an ocean vessel to head to the location told to him. However, […]

Streamed – RIPD 2 Rise of the Damned

December 3rd, 2022 by

In 2013 Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges starred in the first RIPD (Rest in Piece Department) movie  where law enforcement killed on the job go to the afterlife, or Heaven or Hell, to work for a special department that stops escaped souls from Hell who take over human bodies.  It and its second film, RIPD...

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Netflix’s Pepsi Where’s My Jet? – Review

November 23rd, 2022 by

It’s the 1990s.  Pepsi wants to give Coca-Cola a run for their market share and they decided to do a television ad to promote items that  consumers can win from collecting a set number of Pepsi points based on the items the consumer wants.  These items included gym bags, t-shirts, jackets and the like.  The...

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Masterpiece Theater Mystery Series: Annika

November 19th, 2022 by

The new Masterpiece series Annika is based on the BBC radio show Annika Stranded.  It is set in western Scotland where a team of detectives, who are part of the Marine Homicide Unit, led by Annika Strandhed solve murders that occur in different waterways.   She is Norwegian but has lived most of her life...

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Netlfix’s: Midnight at the Pera Palace

November 12th, 2022 by

Esra likes being a journalist in Istanbul, but she wants to write stories that reveal hidden secrets, not the puff pieces her editor prefers.  Yet she agrees to go to the Pera Palace, a historic hotel, and wrote a piece titled 130 reasons to spend the night at the Pera Palace.     Not long...

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Netflix Four Episode Series: Inside Man

November 5th, 2022 by

Inside man is no cozy mystery.  Local vicar Harry gets himself into a hot mess when he agrees to take a flash drive full of porn from  troubled church worker Edgar. The vicar hesitates to take the flash drive but chooses to do so when he sees the  scars  (suicide attempts) Edgar has on his arm....

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Netflix’s The School of Good and Evil: Now Streaming

October 29th, 2022 by

I saw Netflix’s The School of Good and Evil and it is not the next Harry Potter by a long shot.  The premise is that Sofia, a beauty, wants to be treated like a princess, but no one wants to do that.  She is friends with an outcast, aka witch to the town folk, Agatha,...

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exception: Netflix Anime Series

October 22nd, 2022 by

I have seen a few series where Humans have to go into outer space and find a new home after Earth suffers a terrible fate. In the anime series exception, there is a twist to this theme. A womb or 3D biological printer has the DNA of five people chosen to be on an exploration...

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1st Season Thoughts on She Hulk Attorney at Law

October 16th, 2022 by

There is a lot to like about She-Hulk Attorney at Law as it came to a close in its first season.   Seeing Charlie Cox back as Matt Murdock/ Daredevil was great! I got to hear some of the legalspeak I hoped to have heard more in this show.   I also like the chemistry […]

Marvel Studio’s Werewolf by Night

October 8th, 2022 by

The first foray by Marvel into horror with Werewolf by Night is good. It gives us a taste of Jack Russell and Elsa Bloodstone in the world they inhabit of monster hunters and monsters. The only catch is that Jack Russell is both a man and a werewolf. The choice to film the special in […]

Junior Bake-Off : Streaming on Netflix

October 1st, 2022 by

I am a fan of the British Bake Off, and recently, I chose to check out the Junior Bake-Off. I saw the first season and into the second.    Things I like include the hosts, former GBBO contestant Liam Charles and pastry chef Ravneet Gill. They exhibit fun in their jobs and treat the kids respectfully, including...

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