Digimon Adventure Tri: Determination Review

Disclaimer: minor spoilers ahead. When we left the DigiDestined at the end of the first film, there were a lot of unanswered questions. What exactly are the infected Digimon, what’s causing all the distortions between the real world and the digital world, and who’s the one causing all this? These are just a few of the … More Digimon Adventure Tri: Determination Review

Why the New Star Trek TV Series Has Already Gone Wrong

Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise, but it is possible to be both excited about something and worried about it at the same time. These conflicting feelings are common, especially with the continuing trend of bringing old franchises back in the form of reboots and spinoffs. So when it was announced that Star Trek would be … More Why the New Star Trek TV Series Has Already Gone Wrong

Are We in a New Golden Age of Animated Shows?

There’s something about special cartoons. Only limited by the creator’s imagination, there are almost endless possibilities as to what a cartoon can be. Unfortunately, cartoons have a reputation of being aimed solely at children. The shows hold their hand throughout the stories they tell and never push the boundaries of what could be. It wasn’t … More Are We in a New Golden Age of Animated Shows?

Why I’m More Excited for the Sherlock Special Than Series 4

Author’s note: If you haven’t seen the most recent series of Sherlock then stop reading because I’m going into full spoiler territory. The BBC released a new trailer for their Victorian era Sherlock special, and it made me realize two things. First, I’m very excited for what the special has in store for us and second, … More Why I’m More Excited for the Sherlock Special Than Series 4