This review of Killjoys 5x05 is 80% my farewell to Mayko Nguyen's Delle Seyah Kendry so the Roses section is super long. *shrug*
Killjoys S5 Ep 4, "Ship Outta Luck," revisits who Dutch, Johnny, and D'av were when we first met them while keeping the forward momentum of this final arc going.
Dutch, Zeph, Johnny, and D’av are all awake. They know they destroyed The Green but unfortunately, destroying The Lady’s prison after she had already escaped still meant she won. What’s more, they’ve been captured by The Lady’s forces. Cue the ominous music… I had to go back and watch the Season 4 finale, "Sporemegeddon" because … Continue reading Killjoys Review 5×03: Ship In A Bottle
The Lady’s improvisational skills are pretty tight. Her new scenario where Dutch is a terrorist for hire called “The Widow” has just enough of Dutch’s real past that viewers can see how The Lady manipulated memory to fit a reality that serves her purposes.
I had a great conversation with Killjoys showrunner, Adam Barken about the show. Since we're both video game fans, I asked him the question all us nerds ask each other sooner or later, "What's your top five SF/Fantasy games?" He obliged. There were some I anticipated, but some surprises too! Check it out!
We start the season in the Killjoys AU that The Lady has created for everyone to live in. The last few moments of Season 4 weren't just happening in our heroes' minds; they're under group hypnosis with seemingly everyone else on Westerly. The Westerlins really can't catch a break it seems like.
“What We Left Behind: Looking Back at Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” will arrive in movie theaters across the country for one night only.
Bring Home LOST IN SPACE on Blu-ray™ & DVD June 4 I came to watch the Netflix Original Series, Lost In Space in a perfectly dignified way almost exactly a year ago. The Netflix Twitter account was poking a bit of good-natured fun at the LIS fandom who were thirst tweeting about the enigmatic Robot's … Continue reading Yep, the Lost In Space Robot Is Still Hot
Alita: Battle Angel is an incomplete origin story. There are great moments of genuine charm and excitement, liberally scattered about a foggy presence where plot and characterization would be.
In true penultimate episode fashion, so much happens in “Kids” including two very regrettable deaths.