“The Mitchells vs the Machines” Is Chaotic, Fun, And Relatable In More Ways Than One

To be completely honest, I almost didn’t watch this. Because I enjoy procrastinating, it took me nearly a week since its release to actually sit down and watch it. But having finally done so, I regret nothing. The Mitchells vs the Machines is everything I could ever hope for in an animated film and it’sContinue reading ““The Mitchells vs the Machines” Is Chaotic, Fun, And Relatable In More Ways Than One”

Netflix’s “Shadow and Bone” Was A Smashing Hit With Fans

I’ve been hearing about Shadow and Bone for the longest time but never actually knew anything about it until I watched the show. Come to find out that it’s actually based on a trilogy of the same name written by Leigh Bardugo (the books are now on my Amazon wishlist). Going into this completely blindContinue reading “Netflix’s “Shadow and Bone” Was A Smashing Hit With Fans”

We Gave Teasers for “Lucifer” 5B And It Confused Everyone

Myself and another writer for Fandom Lair were given the opportunity to screen 5B of Lucifer, which airs on May 28th. To help hype up the highly anticipated season, we gave out teasers on our twitter page (@FandomLair). Using word teasers or out of context photos, fans guessed what on earth it all could possiblyContinue reading “We Gave Teasers for “Lucifer” 5B And It Confused Everyone”

“Heaven’s Official Blessing” Is Breathtaking, Emotional and Pure

Princes. Ghosts. Demons. This one was right up my alley. On April 9th, Netflix released a new anime called “Heaven’s Official Blessing”, based on a Chinese web novel of the same name by Mo Xiang Tong Xiu. I had no idea it was a web novel at the time until I looked up more informationContinue reading ““Heaven’s Official Blessing” Is Breathtaking, Emotional and Pure”

Just Quarantine Things: What The Pandemic Made Me Realize

We’re a year into the covid-19 pandemic. While in quarantine, many people discovered new hobbies or skills such as cooking, painting, music, etc. I, on the other hand…..discovered anime. Now I’m fully aware that anime has been around for a long time so when I mean I “discovered” it, it means I found joy inContinue reading “Just Quarantine Things: What The Pandemic Made Me Realize”

“DOTA: Dragon’s Blood” Is Exactly What ATLA Fans Need In Their Lives

First and foremost I want to start off by saying I had no idea that the show was based off a MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) so this entire review is based on what I saw on the show. I had nothing to compare it to so this is an unbiased take on what IContinue reading ““DOTA: Dragon’s Blood” Is Exactly What ATLA Fans Need In Their Lives”

“Lucifer” 5B Finally Gets A Premier Date

The long awaited date for the highly anticipated 5B of Lucifer was finally released today. After months of waiting (and many jokes made by official Netflix accounts), fans can finally look forward to May 28th as the official premier date. Love and appreciation have been pouring in on twitter for the cast and crew, withContinue reading ““Lucifer” 5B Finally Gets A Premier Date”

“Love Alarm” Gets A New Update With Season 2

What if you could find out who loved you with just the click of an app? Love Alarm is exactly that. Based on a web comic with the same name, the popular k-drama returned to Netflix with a fresh new “update” as well as much more drama. Spoilers ahead. At the end of the firstContinue reading ““Love Alarm” Gets A New Update With Season 2″

Finally. The REAL Justice League Has Been Released And It Doesn’t Disappoint

Oh my lord. Where do I even begin. After what was released back in 2017, I didn’t think we were going to see Zack’s true vision for Justice League. But after months and months of campaigning, fans finally won and were promised a full release of the Snyder cut. Let me tell you….like the titleContinue reading “Finally. The REAL Justice League Has Been Released And It Doesn’t Disappoint”

“Pacific Rim: The Black” Was Pure Nostalgia

When the original Pacific Rim movie came out in 2013, I thought it was the greatest thing in the world. And I still do. What’s not to love about giant robots fighting giant monsters that rose out of the sea? It was an homage to Kaiju (which means a Japanese genre of film that hasContinue reading ““Pacific Rim: The Black” Was Pure Nostalgia”