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‘Banana Tail and The Checkerboard Jungle’ Review 

Comic veteran Mark McKenna delivers a fun children’s book about overcoming bullying, friendship, and of course, a Banana-tailed monkey. Comic’s veteran Mark McKenna is no...

Animaniacs Review 

What’s zanier beyond the max? Because Animaniacs gets to that level of zany in this reboot.  Back causing havoc across the Warner studio lot, the...

The Mandalorian: “Chapter 10: The Passenger” Reflection

With the second entry in Season 2, the Mandalorian’s journey takes a bumping turn as the Razor Crest gets precious cargo.    Warning: Your ship's ping...

‘Truth Seekers’ Review 

How a Whovianesque Horror-Comedy Turned Into Yet Another Frost/Pegg Lovestory I am one of the biggest fans of the Cornetto Trilogy. Between Shaun of the...

Supernatural: Season 15 Episode 18 “Despair” Review

We’ve got quite the horserace going down. Jack’s not dead, The Empty is pissed, and Death’s plans have changed. Tonight’s episode starts off where the...

The Mandalorian: “Chapter 9: The Marshal” Reflection

Disney+’s hit show returns with the premiere of Season 2, picking up the journey where it left off.     Warning: I have information that there...

Supernatural: Season 15 Episode 17: “Unity” Review

The third to last episode of Supernatural unfolds in Rashomon style. It also happens to be one of the few really good episodes this season. Not entirely surprising since we’re just about to the finish line!

Blood of Zeus is Entertaining Enough But is Nowhere Near As Good As Castlevania

The new Netflix anime series mimics the later’s aesthetics but is far too distracted in emulating style over substance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9JAQh544RHE From the makers of the Castlevania...

Supernatural: Season 15 Episode 16: “Drag Me Away (From You)” Review

No, Dean, this isn’t The Goonies, it’s more like…well…It. Tonight’s Supernatural revolves around dual stories of Sam and Dean that tie into each other by...

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