The good and the bad of Stranger Things Season 4 Vol. 1

Review of the newest season of episodes for the Netflix series, Stranger Things. The first volume of this season focuses on the town of Hawkins dealing with another supernatural entity and the lengths everyone goes to keep safe and to figure out why this entity is here, what connection it has to the previous incidents and how to deal with it.

Thoughts on Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

Review and thoughts on the MCU film, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Sam Raimi takes over in this sequel which has Doctor Strange dealing with multiversal threats in an effort to protect America Chavez.

The Expanse season 6 and seasons ranked | Episode 17

This episode is just going to be me giving a recap of season 6 of The Expanse as well as my thoughts on the show and where the final season ranks amongst its entire series run. (00:22) – Earth/Chrisjen; (01:28) – Rocinante; (03:02) – Marco & Filip Inaros/The Free Navy; (04:51) – Drummer.

2021 films and shows | Episode 16

This episode is just going to be me giving my thoughts on what I consider to be the good and the bad of 2021 films and shows. Starting with the bad (00:34) which includes the Matrix Resurrections and Titans Season 3 and the good (01:04) which includes Arcane, Squid Game, Zack Snyder's Justice League, Spider-Man: No Way Home, The Witcher Season 2 and Loki Season 1. Recommendations (03:27) and my thoughts on the soft reboot of the DCEU (03:51)

Spider-Man No Way Home, The Expanse and The Matrix Resurrections | Episode 15

This episode is just going to be me giving my thoughts on Spider-Man: No Way Home (00:28), The second batch of Expanse episodes (01:07) and The Matrix Resurrections (03:47).

The Female Blerd Book Club #1: Blood Like Magic (by Liselle Sambury)

This first book club entry is A Blood Like Magic by Liselle Sambury. It follows Voya Thomas (a 16-year-old) who has to go through a Calling - a trial every witch must pass in order to come into their powers.

Thoughts on Spider-Man: No Way Home

Review and thoughts on the MCU film, Spider-Man: No Way Home. Jon Watts returns for the third instalment of the franchise as Peter Parker deals with the aftermath of the previous movie: everyone finding out that he is Spider-Man.