Now, watch me try to explain it.
In which I play the third game in a four-game series that is sometimes called a trilogy.
The psychedelic IMAX poster was the only part I genuinely loved.
Cartoons win out over super heroes and existential dread, as they should.
In case you thought I suddenly had a life that wasn’t binge-watching TV shows, be reassured that I don’t.
The flaw is in the time travel, as always.
I mean, there’s literally no way if could have been as bad as everybody said.
I’m not stoked about this movie’s prognosis for kids who’ve experienced trauma, but I AM stoked that it offers a fresh take on what vampires mean metaphorically (external link).
Telltale’s weirdly amazing Batman game is further proof that Game of Thrones was just a random misfire.
Before the Bitch Flicks hiatus, I wrote many more words about my love for Moonlight, which you can find on their site, now (external link).
There’s, like, aliens, and cannibalism, and some James Franco movie.
Or, maybe more accurately, season two of a new series called Sherlock: Friendship is Magic.
In my defence, 75% of the paths through this game involve being evil.
It’s amazing how much better this show is when you’re old enough to understand what’s going on.
In which I like introspective festival movies and don’t like superhero movies. THIS IS THE OPPOSITE OF ALL I DREAMED THAT I WOULD BE.
Dreamfall Chapters: In Which My Decisions Could Potentially, Someday, In Some Manner, Be Of Consequence (Maybe)
I’ve been invested in this story for the last fifteen years, so of course I love Dreamfall Chapters. In a way where I am also disappointed by it.
If you enjoy feeling like your hands and heart are both about to break, Ori and the Blind Forest is the impossibly hard, Pixar-like platformer for you.
Remember that time Betty’s partner died horribly for no apparent reason and then that plot line disappeared while Bill and Virginia got married?
I still reserve judgement about Westworld overall, but the premiere episode was the most exciting thing I’ve seen in years.
This is unusually skewed toward best, because my time was filled with festival entries.