Satan is a popular character. After watching the most recent seasons of Lucifer and Supernatural, it occurred to me that the Devil has been a character in many works of fiction. For the record—hand to God here—I’m not including the Holy Bible, or any filmed works based on […]Read more "10-List: The Devil You Say: Lucifer on Film and TV"
I’ve never stopped being a fan of the series Supernatural. I compare it to all the different Trek series I’ve watched (well, of course I would compare it to Trek—have you met me?), in which even a less-than-stellar episode is still pretty good television. Prior to this season, however, the highwater mark for the show […]Read more "Supernatural: Season 12 — a review"
01:00:01 – 01:15:00 We could tell it was going to be a whimsical duty shift on the bridge of the 15-Minute Federation because comical oboe music was playing over the ceiling speakers and our alien guest stars were all speaking in exaggerated Irish brogues. On the orders of Captain James C. Firewater, Commander Spork had […]Read more "//\\ 15-Minute Federation //\\ presents . . . Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan — Chapter 5: KHAAAAAANNN!! (Or: Chekov as the Manchurian Candidate)"
Okay, you had me at Jim Lee and Scott Williams. Justice League: Volume 1: Origin collects Justice League 1-6, originally published in 2011-2012 as part of The New 52 relaunch of DC Comics following the conclusion of the “Flashpoint” crossover storyline. Since then, beginning in 2016, DC has gone through a Rebirth, which I believe […]Read more "Justice League: Volume 1: Origin, by Geoff Johns, Jim Lee, and Scott Williams — a comic book review (the new 52!)"
The one thing I was afraid of when Lucifer was exiled from Fox and cast down onto Netflix was that the streaming giant would flex its influential muscle and change the series that I had grown to admire and enjoy. I’m happy to tell you that this is pretty much the same show I’ve been […]Read more "Lucifer: Season 4 (Netflix Original) — a review"
This is streaming on Netflix now, if you watched Season 1 and liked the show. Actually, it’s on Netflix whether you liked the first season or not. I should be more precise in my use of language. In order for me to consider a television comedy to be effective, it must pass a couple of […]Read more "I’m Sorry: Season 2 — a review"
Welcome to my rewatching of the original 79 episodes of the series that launched the franchise. Below are the bulletpointed notes I jotted down while watching “The Deadly Years.” On this date in history, Operation Yellowstone begins in South Vietnam as the war rages on. This operation saw the deployment of the 2nd and 3rd […]Read more "|||[Boldly Going]||| Star Trek: The Original Series—Season Two: Ep. 2.12 “The Deadly Years” – (Original air date: Friday, December 8, 1967)"