Category: Reviews

A Long Awaited Second Coming

Review: Second Coming By Mark Russell and Richard Pace After being cancelled by DC and picked up by AHOY, Second Coming is finally available for something that all of...

Second Coming finally debuts

After being pulled from DC/Vertigo and subsequently picked up by a new publisher, Mark Russell’s new series Second Coming is now available. The series depicts Jesus as...

A deceptively clever horror

Review: Annabelle Comes Home Starring McKenna Grace, Madison Iseman, Katie Sarife, Vera Farmiga, and Patrick Wilson Directed by Gary Dauberman In the strange extended...

A book smart debut

Review: Booksmart (MA15+) Kaitlyn Dever, Lisa Kudrow, Jason Sudeikis, Will Forte A fresh take on the end of high school one-night adventure, Booksmart, is witty and...

Wittgenstein and God

Review: Ludwig Wittgenstein, Miles Hollingworth, Oxford. Miles Hollingworth’s new biography of philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein is a natural follow-up to his biography...

Evangelion and the crisis of translation

Earlier this month, the famed anime series Neon Genesis: Evangelion finally made its way to the streaming service Netflix. More than twenty years old, it remains well...

A well framed game

Review: The Framed Collection Developed by the Melbourne-based Australian studio Loveshack, The Framed Collection features two games with a charming art style that...

Far From Home Brings Spider-Man Home

Review: Spider-Man Far From Home Starring Tom Holland, Samuel L Jackson, Zendaya, Cobie Smulders, Jon Favreau, Marisa Tomei, and Jake Gyllenhaal After the character’s...

We need to talk about Kanye’s Sunday Service

From the songs ‘Jesus Walks’ to ‘Ultra-Light Beam’, Kanye West has a fraught relationship with religion or at least the way he presents his faith to the world....

An Easy Look at Modern Relationships

Review: Easy Comedies that skewer contemporary relationships and how they may be complicated by technology are a crowded genre. The Netflix anthology Easy manages to...