Star Trek has always had a defining feel to it - one of hope for mankind, of the ability for different people from different backgrounds to come together for one goal, and of surviving despite all odds. It's this feeling that made the original Star Trek series, which aired during a hopeless and divided time in history, so popular and loved.
Today marked the release of a new Star Trek series, Star Trek: Discovery, on CBS and CBS All Access. The release of this new show had been hyped up for months, and I was very excited going in. Today I was able to watch the the first two episodes, and it's first impression was not that... Continue Reading →
In a world of magic, dragons, smart alecs in long coats, and mystery, what are you allowed to nitpick?
I've discovered that, whenever I'm bored, I have a list of specific episodes from a ranging from a variety of TV series that I automatically go to. So, here is a very long list of my favorite episodes.
With the rise of YouTube came the rise of an evil. This horrible darkness has taken many favorites of the fandom world, from books to movies, and from TV to video games. This evil of evils is nothing less than the horrid parody.
Today, people often associate cartoons as being aimed at children, possibly because of film companies like Disney, Pixar, and Dreamworks.
One of the biggest things everyone stresses when writing a book is plot (and characters, and settings, and ....). But is the same true for the big screen?