This is a pretty good TV show. The premise makes it that way.
As a matter of fact, I believe that this would have been a fascinating story even without using the main killing machine, of which I am sure someone was too proud of in order to realize that they manage to create a fascinating story which is pretty much all about people starving to death, freezing to death, and going insane because of the starvation and the cold. Continue reading “TV Show Review: The Terror”
First of all, being developed by Syfy, Krypton has the feel ( and special effects) of 2000s SF TV shows. More or less. Secondly, why are aliens wearing jeans?
Krypton is about Seg-El, Superman’s grandfather. Someone thought it a good idea. Marketing even promotes this guy as legendary, even though I do not think he’s that legendary at all. Continue reading “My thought’s on Krypton: A different kind of Superman TV Show”
Two word review: My God!
What a TV show. Truly. One I can binge watch without giving a damn about all the adult stuff I am supposed to be doing. It’s got it all: a bit of supernatural, a bit of science fiction, a bit of horror, a bit of romance, a bit of humor. It’s got suspense and it’s got great acting. The cinematography is quite amazing. The soundtrack, top notch. It’s got it all. And it’s probably the best TV show since Game of Thrones. Continue reading “Stranger Things: Season 2 Review”
Four days until the second season of this show will air I am writing my thoughts. Briefly. No spoilers included.
Stranger Things is a great goddamn TV show. It starts in a rather cliched manner, with some evil entity scaring the crap out of the audience, and then some evil government organisation, but after the first three episodes it becomes something else. It has a sort of hallucinogenic effect on you – there are a bunch of characters all acting crazy, and you’ve got some kids who are the only ones who are reasonable enough to do the right thing. Continue reading “TV Show Review: Stranger Things”
“I miss you’, he admitted.
‘I’m here’, she said.
‘That’s when I miss you most. When you’re here. When you aren’t here, when you’re just a ghost of the past or a dream from another life, it’s easier then.”
― Neil Gaiman, American Gods
Everything you imagine is real.
No, this is not some law of attraction bullshit, the ever increasing mantra of the self-help gurus of the world. This is the basis of the universe created by Neil Gaiman.
Gods are real, because people believe in them. Continue reading “American Gods: The TV Show”