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Category: Season Reviews

Archer: Danger Island: ‘Strange Pilot Part 1’ Review

**Warning: this post contains spoilers for Season 9 Episode 1 of Archer: Danger Island - read at your own risk** Someone better call Kenny Loggins because we are about to enter the DANGER ZONE! Yes, after a long year of waiting the gang is finally back together on the small screen, giving us another season of ...

‘Lost in Space’ Season 1 Review

Written By: Nick Poulimenakos This early review is spoiler free and is based on the entire ten episode season provided by Netflix.  At the time of its original 1960’s release, Lost in Space was a bold and exciting new adventure for early American television despite falling into obscurity in later years. In an era that ...

‘Jessica Jones’ Season 2 Review

Written By: Nick Poulimenakos Simply put, the first season of Marvel’s Jessica Jones was one of the best project’s produced on Netflix’s platform. The second entry into Marvel’s Netflix corner of their cinematic universe took audiences by storm as its darker, more thrilling story of a broken hero suffering from PTSD, abuse and alcoholism provided ...

The Punisher Season 1 Review

Written By: Nick Poulimenakos After two critically panned feature films, Marvel’s most brutal hero makes his highly anticipated homecoming. Thanks to Marvel’s Netflix side of the MCU, fans can finally witness The Punisher. The spin-off series, which follows Frank Castle’s incredible debut in season 2 of Daredevil brings back Jon Bernthal in the title role ...

The Flash Season 4 Premiere Review

Written by: Mathew 'JJ' Simoes The Flash’s third season struggled through most of it’s run, but managed to end on a strong note with an intriguing cliff-hanger.  The season four premiere picks up six months later and begins with the adventures of Team Flash, sans the Flash, but eventually brings Barry back into the fold ...

Game of Thrones Season 7 Review

Written By: Artur Galvao It’s upsetting to know that we have to wait another year and half for the last season of possibly the greatest show ever to air. Game of Thrones is masterpiece of a show, but anyone that has watched the show already knows. Truly there is no reason for me to review ...

Preacher: ‘Backdoors’ Review

Written by: Mathew Simoes This week's Preacher brought with it some pivotal scenes and expanded upon Jesse's backstory, specifically his horrible childhood. Herr Starr revealed his true plans for Jesse, wanting to use him instead of the messiah, in the coming end times.  This is contrary to the Grail's mission, positioning Starr against it's leadership. ...

Good Game ‘The Return of Boogerboss’ Review

First off, I have personal basis towards this show, for I started watching Game Grumps since 2012 and Ninja Sex Bang is one of my favorite bands. Good Game is a YouTube Red original series, which is a paid based service for Youtubers. YouTube Red is a great way of supporting your favorite creators, where ...

Preacher: ‘Dirty Little Secret’ Review

Written by: Mathew 'JJ' Simoes This week's episode revealed a lot of information on the Grail and Herr Starr's plans, and it set up quite a bit on conflict between our main characters in the future. This week's Preacher mainly focused on Jesse and Herr Starr, as the former tries to recruit the latter for ...

The Defenders Review

Written by: Mathew 'JJ' Simoes and Nick Poulimenakos Well loyal MCU fangirls and boys, Netflix has finally released their Defenders miniseries that brought together the street level heroes of the Marvel Universe, and it was… good.  The Defenders was a fairly well paced adventure filled with twists and turns.  It’s not the best Marvel’s had ...

Suits: ‘Home to Roost’ Review

Written by: Mathew 'JJ' Simoes 'Home to Roost' was a pretty damn good episode of Suits, and after a series of average to mediocre episodes, it's a godsend.  This episode really felt like an important turning point for many of the main characters, as they seem to finally move on, whether it be in their ...

Preacher: ‘Puzzle Piece’ Review

This week's Preacher was an improvement on last week's episode, and the lack of Eugene sure did help.  I mean his story's just boring. 'Puzzle Piece' moved forward the plot threads that were the focus of the last two episodes.  Tulip's PTSD was an interesting direction to take the character, and now the other two ...

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