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REVIEW: La Revolution

Set in 1789, La Revolution on Neflix asks the question of what would the French Revolution look like if King Louis tricked the heads of the noble families into a state of undeath to...

REVIEW: Gyeongseong Creature

Continuing my obsession with South Korean silver screen productions, I recently watched Gyeongseong Creature from Netflix, a retelling of late WW2 Japanese occupation of South Korea and the horrific actions of Unit 731. Starring...

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REVIEW: Rebel Moon: Part One – A Child of Fire

In Rebel Moon: Part One – A Child of Fire, a mysterious farmer with a dark past has settled in a small frontier village. Kora is as happy as somebody like her can be,...

REVIEW: The Fall of the House of Usher

The Fall of the House of Usher is horror master Mike Flanagan’s latest (and perhaps final) horror adaptation for Netflix and thankfully, it proves to be one of his best. Pulling together a coherent...

REVIEW: The Witcher S3

Henry Cavill’s time as Geralt of Rivia comes to a close in a 2-part third season of The Witcher. Loosely adapting Andrzej Sapkowski’s popular fantasy books, The Witcher S3 finds a cast comfortable in...

REVIEW: The Last Kingdom: Seven Kings Must Die

The tale of Uhtred of Bebbanburg as told through the brilliant five seasons available on Netflix comes to an end in a feature length production – The Last Kingdom: Seven Kings Must Die. The...

REVIEW: Love, Death + Robots Season 3

The first season of Love, Death + Robots was unambiguously a groundbreaking hit. I was utterly blown away by the anthology series of animated shorts when it first released. All of the disparate tales...

REVIEW: All of Us Are Dead

Korean zombie series All of Us Are Dead is yet another example of brilliant television from South Korea. The 12 episodes follow a group of high school students in Hyosan as they fight to...

REVIEW: The Witcher S2 on Netflix

The Witcher S2 is the second installment of Netflix’s adaptation of the first two books of Andrzej Sapkowski’s The Last Wish and The Sword of Destiny. It also sets up a large number of...

REVIEW: Leviathan Falls by James S.A. Corey

Leviathan Falls is the ninth book and conclusion of The Expanse series that has successfully gone on to become a roleplaying game, television show, and the basis of numerous spin off novellas. It is...