Netflix’s A Castle for Christmas beautifully encapsulates the warmth of love and trust through a stunning new holiday romance.
It may be a show about the devil, but Lucifer has always delivered the hopeful message that it’s never too late to turn things around.
It’s no secret every Polin (Colin Bridgerton and Penelope Featherington of Netflix’s Bridgerton) fan loves their dancing scene (at 1:12) in season one’s “Diamond of the First Water.” There are … Continue Reading Polin Week, Day Six: Favorite Show Scene
Alina Starkov is an extremely complex character that people should want more for. People should want her to grow, to find herself.
Lucifer’s Dan Espinoza and Finding Possibilities for Self-Improvement Even in the Unlikeliest of Circumstances
*Spoilers for Lucifer Season 5B ahead* One of the things I’ve always liked best about Lucifer is how openly it’s shown the benefits of therapy and the necessity of tackling … Continue Reading Lucifer’s Dan Espinoza and Finding Possibilities for Self-Improvement Even in the Unlikeliest of Circumstances
“No Mourners” concludes Shadow and Bone’s first season almost as we’d expect it, a little rushed in its climax, but it gives us incredible moments of character development, so you’ll hear no … Continue Reading Shadow and Bone 1×08 “No Mourners” Review
As far as season penultimate episodes go, “The Unsea” is easily on my list of favorites. It isn’t flawless by any means, but it’s a magical showcase of vulnerability while … Continue Reading Shadow and Bone 1×07 “The Unsea” Review
“The Heart is an Arrow” and humanity is so often complex in the same way that it is striking. Shadow and Bone’s sixth episode gives us reunions and answers—it leaves us with … Continue Reading Shadow and Bone 1×06 “The Heart is an Arrow” Review
“Show Me Who You Are” is one explosive, nuanced title for the amount of stuff that erupts in this episode and just how much we start to see through these … Continue Reading Shadow and Bone 1×05 “Show Me Who You Are” Review
What is the heart of the world in this universe? What “making” are we talking about? The Fold? Heartrenders? The chemistry between everyone on this show? I don’t know, I … Continue Reading Shadow and Bone 1×03 “The Making at the Heart of the World” Review
“We’re All Someone’s Monster” opens up with a flashback to Mal and Alina’s Grisha test indicating that they ran and hid because Alina didn’t want to be separated from him … Continue Reading Shadow and Bone 1×02 “We’re All Someone’s Monster” Review
Personally speaking, fantasy isn’t always an easy series to dive into–especially these days when it feels like almost all TV series have ventured into subverting expectations as opposed to telling … Continue Reading Netflix’s ‘Shadow and Bone’ is Moving, Enticing, and the Next Best Thing in Fantasy