Blade Runner 2049 Movie Review

Overview: The follow up to the cult classic sensation that was the original Blade Runner. Time has passed and a new generation of replicants that are programmed to obey are now being used. Some of these hunt down and retire the older generation models. Review: I'm actually going to preface this by pointing out I … Continue reading Blade Runner 2049 Movie Review

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ID-0 First Impressions: Not for me

This one came out on Netflix over the weekend so I thought I'd check it out and maybe binge a couple of episodes. Then I got to the end of episode 1 and figured I had other things to do. Impressions: It should be pretty obvious that it was not love at first sight for … Continue reading ID-0 First Impressions: Not for me

Sagrada Reset Series Review: Why An Interesting Premise Isn’t Always Enough

Overview: Sakurada is a town where the majority of the people have power. One specific power each that can be used under specific conditions. Most of these powers are harmless and fairly useless individually, but this is still a point of concern for those watching over the city. Kei's power is that he doesn't forget … Continue reading Sagrada Reset Series Review: Why An Interesting Premise Isn’t Always Enough

Sagrada Reset Episode 24: Kei is Everyone’s Hero

Review: As this is a final episode review I'm not worried about spoilers so if you are concerned, please go back and read some of the reviews of earlier episodes. I know with absolute certainty that writing a full season review of this is going to be really hard. There are some things about this … Continue reading Sagrada Reset Episode 24: Kei is Everyone’s Hero

Sagrada Reset Episode 23: When Going Back to the Beginning Works

Review: Sagrada Reset has been an odd watch and as watch the penultimate episode the show is truly demonstrating that if nothing else this was an incredibly well thought out project, even if that very calculated nature early on made the series a someone stilted viewing experience and one that wasn't particularly enjoyable in the … Continue reading Sagrada Reset Episode 23: When Going Back to the Beginning Works

Sagrada Reset Episode 22: What’s Next, Kei?

Review: We're so close to the end now and I have to say, this show has becoming surprisingly great to watch in its final arc. I'm actually thinking this story would have worked much better as a binge because all that set up wouldn't have taken months, but hours and I'd probably have tolerated it … Continue reading Sagrada Reset Episode 22: What’s Next, Kei?

Sagrada Reset Episodes 19 + 20: An Interesting Development

Review Episode 19: Thinking about it, I would have to say that this was the best episode this show has so far delivered. What is kind of strange about that statement is that nothing that happens in this episode makes sense of is interesting if you haven't sat through at least 17 of the previous … Continue reading Sagrada Reset Episodes 19 + 20: An Interesting Development

The Empire of Corpses Movie Review: Another Case of a Plot Getting Lost Amongst Literary Allusions and Sci-Fi Spectacle

Overview: Watson, a student doctor, becomes obsessed with the idea of bringing back a human soul after his friend dies. Using his friend's corpse, he begins experimentation using the work of Victor Frankenstein as a guide. When he is caught, he is sent on a mission to retrieve Frankenstein's notes and then a whole bunch … Continue reading The Empire of Corpses Movie Review: Another Case of a Plot Getting Lost Amongst Literary Allusions and Sci-Fi Spectacle

Sagrada Reset Episodes 17 + 18: Too Late To Save It But Things Are Finally Moving

Review Episode 17: It is a shame it has taken 17 episodes to get to this point where finally the audience is given some insight into how such a town came to be and what its purpose might have been. Though, outside of that, the story continues as Kei tries to correct everything he sees … Continue reading Sagrada Reset Episodes 17 + 18: Too Late To Save It But Things Are Finally Moving

KADO: The Right Answer Series Review: The Higher They Rise, The Further To Fall

Overview: One day a giant cube appears off the coast of Japan, swallowing a passenger plane. Turns out a visitor from the anisotropic (or outside of the known universe) has come to Earth to give us some gifts. One of the passengers on the plane is a negotiator and he begins the process of communicating … Continue reading KADO: The Right Answer Series Review: The Higher They Rise, The Further To Fall