Reviews – Venom and Mechanic: Resurrection

Venom [Opening Paragraphs] "Critics panned it. Fans came to its aid and applauded it. Because of that, it garnered even more attention and became a hit at the box office after releasing in China. Nearly 2 years later, does it still hold up? Venom had 2 things that Spider-Man 3's incarnation of the villain/anti-hero disregarded entirely: proper … Continue reading Reviews – Venom and Mechanic: Resurrection

Review – Harley Quinn: Birds Of Prey

Warning: This post contains spoilers for Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) The level of anticipation for Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) couldn't have been lower after the release of the 1st trailer. It looked like a Suicide Squad-esque mess with no real sense of … Continue reading Review – Harley Quinn: Birds Of Prey

Ko-Fi Post: Review – Harley Quinn (Animated Series) (Season 1)

Ever since the release of Suicide Squad in 2016, Harley Quinn has become one of DC's most bankable comic characters to adapt. That's something that still proved to be true not only when Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) went into production, but also when trailers dropped for an eponymous TV … Continue reading Ko-Fi Post: Review – Harley Quinn (Animated Series) (Season 1)

Head Above Water – The Journey of Death and Resurgence

Today is finally the day! Avril Lavigne's highly anticipated 6th album Head Above Water has dropped! The best words that can be used to express the impact of these combinations, from tone to vocals, are dramatic, intensity and tenacity. There was no holding back during and in the aftermath of a dreadful experience and what came of … Continue reading Head Above Water – The Journey of Death and Resurgence

Critic Correction: An Equitable Look at The Eastrail 177 Trilogy

The images used are not my own work The first installment released in 2000, continuing 16 years later and the latest insertion being last week, this much is all I’ve ever known about the Eastrail 177 Trilogy. I never knew they were M. Night Shyamalan’s projects, what the plots were about or even if they … Continue reading Critic Correction: An Equitable Look at The Eastrail 177 Trilogy

Critics’ Dislike of Comedy

More than any other genre (including horror), comedy gets critically panned at a constant rate. A comedic movie/TV show can contain well-written humour, do what it’s supposed to do as a full-blown spoof and can encourage standout moments of acting and yet, these contents go underappreciated because of the category they’re involved in. Critics’ dislike … Continue reading Critics’ Dislike of Comedy