Category: Reviews

REVIEW: What If…? – Season 1, Episode 5 “What If… Zombies?!”

“What If… Zombies?!” is the one we knew was coming. Whether it’s “the one we’ve all been waiting for,” I’m not so sure – I don’t think What If…? had a lot of hype surrounding it in general, despite being better than at least the last two Disney+ Marvel shows. But an MCU zombie ...

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REVIEW: Monsters at Work Season 1 (2021)

Monsters at Work is a Disney+ series that allows the audience to follow the daily happenings at Monster, Inc. following the two theatrical films. Featuring a blend of new and returning actors and characters, the series’ initial season ran 10 episodes between July and September of this year. I&...

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REVIEW: American Horror Story – Season 10, Episode 3 “Thirst”

*SPOILERS* “Thirst” sees Harry deal with the fallout of Alma taking the pill. The police chief comes back to ask questions about a rabbit Alma killed and drained in the cemetery. The stress of the confrontation forces Doris into premature contractions, and she falls down the stairs, hospitalizin...

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REVIEW: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021)

It’s difficult to call Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings a disappointment because, by all accounts, expectations for it weren’t exactly soaring. But it still stings when a Marvel movie is subpar, and this one not only falters with its bland story, threadbare character work, unimpressive ...

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Review: What If…? – Season 1, Episode 4 “What If… Doctor Strange Lost His Heart Instead of His Hands?”

I don’t want to jinx it (and Lord knows it’s never been easier to jinx a good thing), but I think Marvel’s new animated series may have found its groove. “What If… Doctor Strange Lost His Heart Instead of His Hands?” has much more in common with last week’s universe-altering hypothetic...

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REVIEW: The Croods (2013)

The Croods was the first of two film releases for DreamWorks Animation in 2013. Written and directed by Kirk DeMicco (Quest for Camelot, Vivo) and Chris Sanders (Lilo & Stitch, How to Train Your Dragon,) the film follows a family of cave people as they adapt to their changing surroundings. I saw...

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