Voltron: Legendary Defender Season 6

As a lifelong fan of Voltron, I was excited about the reimagining of the series Dreamworks launched with Netflix. What I wasn't expecting was a coherent, cohesive, spellbinding journey into the human condition that expands the lore of the robeast fighting mech team. Romance, long lost family, and even reincarnation are a few of the... Continue Reading →

Voltron: Legendary Defender Season 5

Netflix and DreamWorks are at it again with the newest installment of the Voltron: Legendary Defender saga. Launched the Friday of the ECCC 2018, the conference was full of opportunities to meet the cast and creative team! 🎉 Sadly I missed this due to work. 😤😭😫 I did get a special edition poster during the... Continue Reading →

Seven Seconds (Netflix)

A fifteen year old black kid gets run over by a man in a blue SUV and is left for dead, bleeding out on a ditch. In the background, the Statue of Liberty can be seen, her back to the gruesome scene of the crime. For the New Jersey press, this is just another gang... Continue Reading →

Las Chicas del Cable (Netflix)

En un intento por globalizar el contenido original de Netflix, la compañía se ha alineado con varios productores de Europa para traer historias en otros idiomas. De España, han comisionado la serie Cable Girls o Las Chicas del Cable que trata la vida de las telefonistas antes de que el rotativo fuera inventado y patentizado,... Continue Reading →

The Crown (Netflix)

Queen Elizabeth II, Regina, is still kicking strongly, and as of 2017, she was not only an icon of the British royalty but embodied it. Since I was a little girl, the royal family has been instrumental in piquing my interest in the history and modernization of the institution. If Kings and Queens were still... Continue Reading →

American Vandal (Netflix)

Everyone knows drawing penises on stuff is funny until someone gets framed for causing 100k in vandalism damage. This is what happened to Dylan Maxwell, an unsuspecting self-professed prankster and class loser, paints himself into a corner due to his obsession with drawing dicks everywhere. According to the School Board, it is obvious that Dylan... Continue Reading →

Dear Zachary (Netflix Documentary)

Whenever I lose a young friend, my first thought is for those who survive them. Having to deal with the grief or a life without them is tough, especially when you take stock of all the good memories. This was the reason why I was drawn to Kurt Kuenne's 2008 documentary about his best friend... Continue Reading →

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