The Woman Who Fell to Earth, the introduction to Jodie Whittaker's take on Doctor Who, premiered yesterday, and (for my spoiler-free review) it was utterly fantastic! I've not had enough time to process to really put together a coherent review, so I'll just call out a few highlight notes (spoilers below): I dig the companions. … Continue reading Doctor Who is back and brilliant!
Inktober2018 completely snuck up on me. I didn't plan anything, I hadn't reviewed the prompts... it was just suddenly there. For anyone unfamiliar, Inktober is a push to get people out and drawing in ink. There are prompts for each day, and artists are encouraged to create and share drawings daily. I participated last year … Continue reading The start of Inktober
Okay, internet, fine! I admit it, I concede, I give in; The Good Place is a very good television program. We watched the first two episodes a few months back, and I thought it was kinda fun, kinda funny, kinda cute... but I didn't really get why everyone was so bonkers for it. Last weekend, … Continue reading The Good Place is Good
This past weekend I finished rereading The Ellimist Chronicles from the Animorphs series. I remember this book being a stand out when I read the series before, but I wasn't sure if that was due to the content of the story or just because it was the last of the supplemental books to come out. … Continue reading Animorphs continues to be buck wild in The Ellimist Chronicles
The previews for 2017’s Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets made it look like a bonkers, over the top, sci-fi spectacle. My wife and I finally got around to watching it a week ago and found out that that was almost exactly what it was, but it’s also just a bit more. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNrK7xVG3PM … Continue reading Valerian and the Fantasy Sci-Fi