Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Movie Review: Victor Frankentstein

Hopefully, this will get me back on track with this blog.

If there's one thing to say for the new movie, Victor Frankenstein, it's definitely colorful. The 19th century aesthetic is vibrant and lively, with excellent costumes, sets, and machinery being used to create a new life scientifically. If only some of it could have been used on the movie itself to save it from a weak story.

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Season Six of Community vs. Season One Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Community has been fighting in a television Hunger Games since its inception and with every reaping it has changed, evolved into something newer and stranger in order to endure its competition and satiate the voraciousness of its audience. Originally it was about a disgraced lawyer trying to endure a school so far beneath him it would be in China while he's in the International Space Station. Slowly, the show began to take shape as a self-aware-meta-satirical-referential-homeopathic-2edgy4me-japanese-game-show where everyone is simultaneously in on the joke and the butt thereof.