Trekking the Stars // Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Review

It's the golden age of Science Fiction on TV and in the movies. That, we already know pretty well. With the huge success of Game of Thrones (overrated), Walking Dead, the DC/CW superhero shows, the Marvel movies, Star Trek and Star Wars, etc, it's no wonder that every once in a while, we got even... Continue Reading →


Smack It All Up // Iron Fist Season 1 Review

It took me quite some time to get to watching Iron Fist. While I wasn't going to seriously believe all the bad reviews that floated around it premiere, they indeed influenced me to take the time. That reason, along with the one that the series was released while there was plenty to watch on regular... Continue Reading →

Summer 2017 in Science Fiction

Well, now that all of the winter / spring seasons of TV series are behind us, and the quiet season began, it's the perfect time to review what's in stock for us in the summer. We have some returning shows and some new, so let's review the upcoming science fiction and fantasy TV up ahead:... Continue Reading →

Legion // Season 1 Review

Undoubtedly, this is the golden age of Super-Powered TV and Film. It all began with the success of the first Avengers movie (following a 5 year solo movies build-up), the need of DC to build their own successful live action universe, and the unimaginable success of almost all of TV's superheroes shows. Now, it just... Continue Reading →

Bee-Have // Black Mirror 3×06 Review

This super-sized season of Black Mirror, filled with difficult and dark moments, comes to an end with a feature-length episode, which mixes together police drama, near-future technology, hacking thriller and some tough decisions for our characters. "Hated in the Nation" takes us no more than a few years into the future. The bees became extinct,... Continue Reading →

Streaming Your Fears // Black Mirror 3×02 Review

I'm probably preaching to the choir here, but something very fundamental about Black Mirror, is the diversity of its genres. While all episodes discuss future tech and inventions, with dark twists, some episodes are somewhat light (this season's first episode), and some are much more dark and frightening (this episode). "Playtest" starts easily and nice,... Continue Reading →

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