So, here’s another review of a TV series that I did for Soda & Telepaths. This time it’s The Office goes to space… because that’s a great plan.
After a little bit of time away to unwind, I come back to write about the inevitable hit show Gary Busey Pet Judge… that’s a thing that exists in our reality and I wrote about it over on Soda & Telepaths who, for some reason, let me write about shows named Gary Busey Pet Judge.
You’d think that someone would stop me.
It aired a few days ago, I’m obsessed with Baby Gay Rock Hudson, go read a whole bunch of thoughts I have about the series Hollywood on Netflix… I mean, you have to go over to Soda & Telepaths to read it, but you get what I’m saying right?
Well, I delved into the depths of hell known as “Apple+” and came out with a review of the first three episodes of Defending Jacob over on Soda & Telepaths so if you want to read me rambling about the new Chris Evans show then go over there and read it, I would be very appreciative.
Another day, another TV show review for the lovely people at Soda & Telepaths. Today I finally get to experience wrestling… via the form of a cheesy sitcom but still, it totally counts.
And once again I write for the outside world over as Soda & Telepaths where you can read me writing a large amount of words about the TV series Locke & Key. Yes, I make a lot of puns thanks to that title, it’s impossible to avoid puns when you’re gifted a title like that.
Vic Morrow. Myca Dinh Le. Renee Shin-Yi Chen. These are the names of the people who died on the set of Twilight Zone: The Movie. You might not even know that film exists, you might not even remember what happened during the film but you undoubtedly heard about the helicopter crash that changed everything. On the set of Twilight Zone: The Movie a shot of a helicopter flying over a Vietnam village went horribly wrong and those three actors were killed when the helicopter crashed onto the set. It’s an accident that changed how films are shot and effectively ended the era of the 70s auteur director where we were fine with madmen in charge of film sets… and it’s the subject of the finale for Cursed Films, and what a finale it is.Continue reading “Cursed Films – Twilight Zone: The Movie”
Before I begin this, I’ve already talked about the other episodes in this series before. If you’re curious on my thoughts regarding the Poltergeist and The Omen episodes you can head over to Soda & Telepaths to read them, and then you can go to my review of the episode around The Exorcist. I’ll be dropping my review for the final episode in the next few days but now that I’ve officially seen every episode of this amazing little docuseries and now that I’ve completed the entire thing, I can definitely say that it’s a series that improved dramatically over the course of its run. Its structure got tighter, the middle section became more relevant and they were clearly building it up to the pair of ‘Cursed Films’ that are easily the most emotionally devastating.Continue reading “Cursed Films – The Crow”
Over on Soda and Telepaths, I recently had the opportunity to write about 2 episodes of the series Cursed Films, the episodes in question being about the movies Poltergeist and The Omen. I suggest you go over there and read it because in that I talked about the series as a whole and my hopes for it (also because it’ll make me look really good if people go there because of me… I can be a selfish promo whore occasionally). One thing I did lament about was that I wasn’t going to get to see the rest of the series because Shudder only streams in America and I had no chance to see the rest of it. Well, apparently Shudder are also big promo whores because they sent me another screener for the first episode of the series and my belief has always been that if you’re going to send me screeners then I’m going to watch and review them. Heck, I have 6 more films in my emails that sent me screeners that I will be getting to over the coming weeks, I’ve just been slow because of *gestures to the state of the world right now*Continue reading “Cursed Films – The Exorcist”