The first bit of news out of Geeked Week might have been the best news for a shitty Monday but Shadow and Bone is getting a second season! Jasper’s going to get his demo expert […]
This week Loki finally debuts on Disney+.
I’ve been looking forward to this one for ages. But remember Disney has moved this up so instead of Friday’s now it will debut on Wednesday June 9th. Unfortunately still at 12 a.m. but hey it’s finally here!
I have to start paying more attention to Sony Animation because they have been on top of things recently. Because while I’m no animation expert I really enjoyed the styles throughout The Mitchell’s vs the Machines.
It was as fun to watch for that as anything else.
Okay I’ll admit there was a part near the beginning where one of the characters (not the baddie) starts speaking English and I was like, oh my God! I understood that without the subtitles it’s all making…
No, no. They are actually speaking in English genius.
Okay I was not ready for the Shadow and Bone trailer to drop today!
It doesn’t seem like the movie but there was a moment so frightening in The Princess Switch 2: Switched Again that it caused me to rethink all of these holiday movies and just in general see the darkness behind these films about the baker with doppelgängers in high places.
I don’t spoil the movie as a whole (that’s for the accent work to do) but I do spoil a blink and you’ll miss it cameo.
I didn’t miss it. Seriously it made me set up and go, “Oh no!”
So I admit I was not as big on the last season of The Crown as the first two but we got a trailer for season 4 today and oh… I’m excited all over again!
The Social Dilemma
So I watched this documentary on the problematic (to put it lightly) nature of social media a couple of weeks ago and I wasn’t going to talk about it because I’m crazy bias. I think social media has become an absolute disaster for pretty much everything.
I’m not going to say it doesn’t have good sides like keeping families in touch but the bad at this point is outweighing it.
Teenage Bounty Hunters
It’s like Derry Girls meets the Stephanie Plum novels and just as fun.
I originally saw this on the excellent TV Fanatic Blog and had to give it a go. I’m glad I saw the review first because the beginning was a little bumpy but in the end I speed through this series and really enjoyed it.
Summer is finally over!
I mean I’m trying to think on the bright side here in California as temps are still off the charts and movie theaters around me are still closed as well as the many other disasters my state (and life) is currently going through.
At least we still have entertainment and there’s some good stuff coming even without cinemas.