“Travels With My Father” Is Just Too Good Not To Discuss

Travel shows aren’t exactly my cup of tea, but admittedly it was the trailer that reeled me in. Gorgeous scenery, a look at different cultures across the world, and two odd British men yelling at each other over trivial things. That’s all it took to convince me to watch. Normally, travel shows are informative andContinue reading ““Travels With My Father” Is Just Too Good Not To Discuss”

“Nightbooks” Is A Modern Day Fairy Tale With Slow Buildup to the Spooks

What would you do if you were captured by a witch and forced to write scary stories for the rest of your life? Would you accept your fate? Or would you try to escape? Thankfully, the new Netflix original film Nightbooks does that for you so you don’t have to. Based on the book ofContinue reading ““Nightbooks” Is A Modern Day Fairy Tale With Slow Buildup to the Spooks”

“I’ll Be With You. Always” Emotional, Raw and Bittersweet, We Bid Farewell to Our Beloved “Lucifer” In Its Final Season

Saying goodbye to someone or something you love is never easy, especially if you poured a couple of years of your soul into it. For me, Lucifer has a special place in my heart. It started off as a fun little procedural about a crime solving devil that turned into a thought provoking therapy sessionContinue reading ““I’ll Be With You. Always” Emotional, Raw and Bittersweet, We Bid Farewell to Our Beloved “Lucifer” In Its Final Season”

From Sexy Witchers To Terrifying Monsters, “The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf” Is A Well Developed Prequel

First and foremost, I want to start by saying that I know absolutely nothing about the Witcherverse. Books or games, I’m as clueless as they come. The only bit of knowledge I have is from watching the live action Witcher series on Netflix. So after hearing that there was an anime prequel, how could IContinue reading “From Sexy Witchers To Terrifying Monsters, “The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf” Is A Well Developed Prequel”

The Final Trailer For Lucifer Has Dropped And It Has Fans Spiralling

As tweeted by LuciferNetflix on twitter, the final trailer fans will ever get to see was dropped–and it doesn’t disappoint. In classic Lucifer style, the trailer is a roller coaster of a ride and has the fans questioning everything; from why is Chloe physically fighting Lucifer to why they’re animated (yes animated. Cartoon style DeckerstarContinue reading “The Final Trailer For Lucifer Has Dropped And It Has Fans Spiralling”

The Poster For The Final Season of Lucifer Has Dropped – And It Is FIRE

As fans eagerly await for the sixth and final season of Lucifer to drop on Netflix, they keep a watchful eye online for new content. TVLine dropped an exclusive look at the promo poster which features the main cast members surround by fire. Lucifer and Chloe are centered, like the power couple that they are,Continue reading “The Poster For The Final Season of Lucifer Has Dropped – And It Is FIRE”

Great Scott! Is Time Travel Happening On Lucifer Season Six?

Earlier today, Tom Ellis shared a photo via Instagram captioned “Good things are coming”, the photo being Lucifer standing next to what appears to be the DeLorean from Back to the Future. A simple picture alone sent the fans spiralling, thus many theories were born; including the possibility of time travel. With Lucifer as God,Continue reading “Great Scott! Is Time Travel Happening On Lucifer Season Six?”

Nintendo Finally Finds It’s Competition With Valve Corp’s “Steam Deck”

On Thursday, July 15, video game publisher Valve Corp introduced a new handheld console called the Steam Deck. Closely resembling the Nintendo Switch, the Steam Deck will have the capabilities of a gaming PC and allow users to play high end computer games wherever and whenever. Priced at $399, the Steam Deck will be availableContinue reading “Nintendo Finally Finds It’s Competition With Valve Corp’s “Steam Deck””

“Fear Street: 1978” Brings Back A Classic Horror Theme

If you recall, last week we covered part one of Netflix’s new ambitious horror trilogy “Fear Street”. While part one took place in 1994, part two is set in 1978 during summer camp (more on that as you read on). If you thought the first movie was spooky, this one definitely up’s the spook factor.Continue reading ““Fear Street: 1978” Brings Back A Classic Horror Theme”

“Fear Street: 1994” Mixes “Stranger Things” With Classic Cult Horror

We all grew up with the Goosebumps books. You remember Say Cheese and Die or The Cuckoo Clock of Doom. But do you remember Fear Street? With more of a teen audience and rated PG, the Netflix series is far from PG and doesn’t necessarily follow the books. While the books didn’t amass as muchContinue reading ““Fear Street: 1994” Mixes “Stranger Things” With Classic Cult Horror”