WESTWORLD [Season 3 Finale Review]: Crisis Theory.

The question of “what comes next” is the double-edged sword that has driven humanity since the dawn of time. In our modern world littered with technology, the prospect of advancement is burdened by the probability of destruction. Take, for instance, the atomic bomb, developed by the allies (then stolen by the Russians) during the 1940s. …

UNDISCOVERED COUNTRY/ X-FORCE [Reviews]: Veterans Day.

In 1492 Cristobal Colon spilled Indigenous red into the ocean blue, long after settlers from Eurasia may have traversed the Bering Strait and the Vikings landed here, too… We’re talkin’ ‘bout Old Glory Land, a failing empire, born of another, founded upon the pathologies of genocide, slavery, racism, warfare, and sexism. We’re talking about a …

BLACK MASK / PRETTY VIOLENT / BAD RECEPTION [Reviews]: Year of the Villain.

With the summer drawing to a close and school rapidly approaching for many, let us practice analogies to get the brain firing on all cylinders. Don't worry, it's multiple choice. Jim Carrey is to Roman Sionis as Masks are to: A) deals with the Devil, B) Power, either super or not, C) highly questionable fashion …

DC UNIVERSE’S SWAMP THING [Pilot Review]: A Muddled Montrosity.

A murky beginning to a convoluted character, Swamp Thing may take awhile to germinate. The latest addition to the DC streaming community, this superhero (antihero?) show has definite strengths muddled with a few structural sink holes, making the overall product as clear as the swamp water from which it came... https://youtu.be/xVnHZ5SF1Jg Let us commence with …

ULTRAMAN [Season 1 Review]: CGIncredible.

The mega-monster craze of a post-atomic Japan that birthed the likes of Godzilla, Mothra, Rodan, and eventually the Power Rangers, also introduced a human(ish) giant able to combat Kaiju: Ultraman. Updated for modern sensibilities, Netflix has aired an anime version that is ani-mazing! A distinction must be made, however, that this anime, courtesy of Tsuburaya …