Vlog: THE STRAIN

by Ana

The Strain just might be one of the best shows you’re not watching. Let me tell you all about it.

Have you watched ‘The Strain’? What do you love about it? Share your thoughts in the comments.

TV Review: IRON FIST

by T. Mack

Netflix has become a force to be reckoned with in the TV wars. The service–which isn’t technically a network but has earned the right to be treated as one–has set a standard for television programming that the regular alphabet networks often find it tough to compete with. Then Netflix upped the ante even more with their Marvel team-up. Daredevil was a hit with it’s dark feel and gritty action sequences. Jessica Jones took things to a totally new level with an anti-heroine and the creepiest villain we’ve seen in quite some time. Then Luke Cage turned social commentary into one of the most compelling series of the year. Now there’s Iron Fist… and it’s okay. I guess.

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Don’t get me wrong. Iron Fist is a good show. The problem is that its older siblings are great shows. And Iron Fist, while a decent time, doesn’t manage to keep up with the big kids.

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Review: Beauty and the Beast 2017

By Jen P

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All nineties kids know the story: beautiful Belle gives her freedom to the terrible (but really not so terrible) Beast, in exchange for her father’s life. We’ve seen Belle and the Beast dine and dance and snowball-fight their way to a friendship… then love. And we’ve seen it all come to a head as the last petal of the rose falls. What we hadn’t noticed, was Disney’s slow decent into the cash-grab frenzy of Hollywood remakes. Until now. Ugh. Continue reading

“Humans”: A Synthetic Adventure Ride Worth Taking

Humans: A Synthetic Adventure Ride Worth Taking

By: Ana

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In a world where TV show binging has become popular, the truth is, a TV junkie like me runs through shows quickly.  Even shows that stream through Hulu, Amazon, or Netflix can leave you feeling empty the next day because, well, they still run on a “season” system like cable does.  So, what do you do when all of your shows go on hiatus?  Continue reading