Picard – Part Two Review

“With the lethargy of the first chapter reaching its conclusion in the first tranche of episodes, Picard was off into the frontier, arriving into an overwhelming atmosphere of hostility and resentment. The series is ostensibly framed around the premise of the legacy of this particular character, the trajectory of his life after the events of the last motion picture. ” Continue reading Picard – Part Two Review

30 Day Challenge Day Nineteen: What series is underrated?

“it’s somewhat difficult to take a series of any form you enjoy or recommend and not be astonished it hasn’t gained a wider, critical audience or greater traction in the cultural zeitgeist.” Continue reading 30 Day Challenge Day Nineteen: What series is underrated?

30 Day Challenge Day Two: What is your most recent fandom?

“I enjoyed each series as if it were the last, pleasantly surprised when they returned, it was my most recent fandom and honestly, probably my most recent guilty pleasure. To the best of my knowledge, my friends don’t watch it, colleagues at work are oblivious, my partner besides an appreciation for Eric Dane from his Grey’s Anatomy days couldn’t care less. It’s my own little fandom” Continue reading 30 Day Challenge Day Two: What is your most recent fandom?

On Tour With Game of Thrones in Malta

“This month I was fortunate to visit the former British colony of Malta and Gozo, a relatively small trinity of islands to the west of Sicily and Italy that was both instantly familiar due to the prevalence of British chains and infrastructure across both the islands. However, if you knew where to look as a fan of the series there was a great deal to see and explore.” Continue reading On Tour With Game of Thrones in Malta

The TV Show’s Tag-Tagged

“I do on occasion like to push myself and challenge some of these topics of conversation, they are a good natured and revealing discussion that allows you to invest as much or as little of yourself as you wish to expose. I enjoy watching and discussing television series and shows for the simple truth today‚Äôs media, not in perhaps impact or legacy is our equivalence of plays or theatre in days gone by and a reflection of our moral stand point. ” Continue reading The TV Show’s Tag-Tagged