The Mandalorian S01E04

This episode rubbed me the wrong way. Sanctuary takes the show in a different direction thematically. Placing Mando in a village straight out of a Disney princess story. Granted there’s still some run & gun scenes but it doesn’t advance the story further. If anything I would describe it as a filler episode. Nothing was really at stake for our hero and his little companion. … Continue reading The Mandalorian S01E04

The Mandalorian S01E03

As a somewhat casual Star Wars fan, I’m not very familiar with the culture of the Mandalorians. This one peels back the layers a little providing more insight. Mando as well as others reveal a bit in dialogue every episode. Lines like, “I’m Mandalorian, weapons are my religion” cause me to question what a Mandalorian is without his arsenal. Do they specialize in hand-to-hand combat? … Continue reading The Mandalorian S01E03

The Mandalorian S01E02 Review

Momentum remains strong with this follow-up episode. Some familiar “faces” return from a certain desert planet. It made me feel a bit nostalgic especially after revisiting the prequels recently. The Mandalorian or Mando, as they refer to him in the show, continues his mission to deliver the bounty. I’m sure that said bounty is going to sell a boat load of toys. It’s just so … Continue reading The Mandalorian S01E02 Review

The Mandalorian (2019) Review & Disney+ Reaction

You’ve probably heard all the hype about Disney+. The House of Mouse released an app with a load of content from it’s hidden vault on the moon. However, most of the hype is surrounding it’s original content. One of them based in the Star Wars universe, The Mandalorian. It’s worth the price of admission alone. Starring Pedro Pascal as a space traveling bounty hunter. It … Continue reading The Mandalorian (2019) Review & Disney+ Reaction

The Order (2019) Review

When I saw the first episode I thought to myself, “This is corny.” However, that’s not a bad thing. The Order carries the spirit of shows like Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Supernatural, and Charmed. It knows what type of show it is. Funny and full of young adult/teen romance sprinkled with over the top drama. As a fan of such things, I didn’t mind the … Continue reading The Order (2019) Review

Channel Zero: Candle Cove (2016) Review

As you can tell from the above image, this is show is creepy as hell. This should not come as a surprise being that it is based on the creepypasta called Candle Cove, written by web-cartoonist and author, Kris Straub in 2009. What is creepypasta you say? It is a collection of online horror fiction and images created by users that is copied and pasted around the … Continue reading Channel Zero: Candle Cove (2016) Review