You already read this intro, go check out part 1-4...please. Let's just get into it. My final guest in the Kappa Mikey review series is.... So I have to explain this one. It's really hard to characterize a blogger based on their social media accounts try it...it's not easy. Skully on Kitsu is known as … Continue reading Is This Show Any Good? Kappa Mikey- Mikey Likes It (FT. Skully/Energized and Salty)
Hey hey, you you out on the streets. Don't you see the man is Kappa K. So I am going to try to keep this intro brief, but today we are reviewing the 2006 series Kappa Mikey which is an American cartoon that heavily parodies a bunch of anime. I know a bit of anime … Continue reading Is This Show Any Good? Kappa Mikey – (FT. Jon Spencer Reviews)
Hey hey, you you out on the streets. Don't you see the man is Kappa K.! So I am going to try to keep this intro brief, but today we are reviewing the 2006 series Kappa Mikey which is an American cartoon that heavily parodies a bunch of anime. I know a bit of anime … Continue reading Is This Show Any Good? Kappa Mikey – Splashomon (FT. INIKSBANE)
So, I have just watched the recent Netflix Original series The Circle and let me just say that it is one of the lowest common denominator pandering, reality television nonsense… and I love it! The self-proclaim “social media competition” mixes elements of Big Brother and Catfish to address new age internet culture behind the ruse … Continue reading Why Every Blogger Should Watch Netflix’s The Circle
Looks like the Deviantart OC's have been let loose! For those unaware Hazbin Hotel is an animation pilot that has over 11 million views on YouTube in just two weeks since being upload to show creator Vivziepop's channel. Hazbin Hotel takes place in the depths of hell as the Princess of Hell decides to rehabilitate … Continue reading Producer’s Cap: How Do We Check Into ‘Hazbin Hotel’?
By now you've probably seen everyone else hit you with what they consider the best of this last year... I don't consider myself much of an authority to much such claims. Though while we ring in the new year I guess I have some unfinished business when it comes to recommending television and films from … Continue reading Top 5 Things I Didn’t Cover in 2018
The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya is a spectacular film and I’d go as far as to say It’s one of the best holiday specials for a tv series. Holiday specials are a tricky thing as the goal is to have annual reruns and is often seen as a chance to take a break from continuity … Continue reading The Best Christmas Special You’ve Never Heard Of
Come one, come all it's time to spin the Netflix Wheel. As I teased in my prior post, I am using the Reelgood website which is a quick and easy way to get randomized Netflix flicks to watch. So this is what happened after I took three spins of the wheel. (This post was my … Continue reading Netflix Roulette
It’s She-Ra (CLAP CLAP) she’s a hero (CLAP CLAP). This is the wrong Sunday morning cartoon. Welcome to She-Ra and the Princesses of Politics a show that no matter what opinion you hold, countless people will hate you. I’ve heard the perspective from the detractors, and I’ve listened to the defenders and I’ve watched the show … Continue reading Everyone has an Opinion on ‘She-Ra’! This is Mine
In the spirit of Halloween I decided to check out the Netflix "series" titled Don't Watch This and every review I've seen of it makes the same joke how the title really represents the show well. To me, Don't Watch This is quite possibly the most bafflingly incompetent show I've ever seen. So Don't Watch … Continue reading What is “Don’t Watch This”? ( Netflix Review)
What time is it! Time for all good things to come to an end. The adventures of Jake the dog and Finn the human have finally reached its curtain call as the series finale aired the other day and I think that’s something worth talking about. Especially because I don’t think it's an overstatement to … Continue reading Remember the Classics: Why Adventure Time is an Instant Classic
A beloved franchise is returning in modern times and is facing scrutiny from fans of the original. Also, in today’s news water is wet. Quite a few news outlets have already covered the topic, but I think I have the most bizarre hot take on this that you might want to buckle in. She-Ra is … Continue reading Is the She-Ra “Controversy” Really Just the Future of Marketing?
Birdman, All About Eve, Ed Wood, Sunset Boulevard; throughout cinema there has been an infatuation with drama that surrounds Hollywood. Audiences have an innate attraction to the stars that circulate the system, it’s with that that I find a fascinating subject for a short series would be the birth of cinema’s very first star, Florence … Continue reading The Subject of the Next Great Historical Drama?
13 Reasons Why is a guilty pleasure of mine, Netflix's attempt to copy an MTV teen drama in the vein of Teen Wolf, Awkward, or Finding Carter but with an interest in the taboo. Though like many "angered voices on the internet" despite my disapproval of returning for a second season not because of the … Continue reading Reasons Why “13 Reasons Why” Season 2 is Hated
By now I’m sure you’ve all seen Marvel’s epic Infinity War, in which Earth’s Mightiest Heroes go up against the threat of the mad titan himself, Thanos. The ambitious crossover brought together over a decade’s worth of Marvel heroes together, but as proven in the third installment of the K-Files, there lies a greater cross-over … Continue reading Tommy Westphall’s Infinity War, Who Wins?
The answers are somewhere, the paranormal and anomalies of the world cannot remain unsolved, there must be a solution to it all. It’s a strange world we live in and it amazes me how we choose to live in ignorance and not explore the reality we live in. The Avengers: Infinity War has been a … Continue reading The K-Files: Avengers Infinity War is NOT the Biggest Crossover
In search of a good television I came across the Netflix Original Series The Chalet. A horror mystery spanning 6 hour long episodes about a group of friends traveling back to a remote Chalet in the mountains and uncovering that there might be something dark at play seemed intriguing enough or a possible dumpster fire … Continue reading Travel Guide to the Netflix Original Series ‘The Chalet’
Amazon Prime’s streaming service executives have their fingers crossed that Amy Sherman-Palladino’s (Gilmore Girls creator) comedic drama 1950’s period piece will be an Emmy winning series for the site. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel has been universally applauded by critics and TV viewers alike reaching astronomical scores on IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes. I finally got a … Continue reading The Unapologetic Mrs. Maisel Makes for Great Television (Review)
Hello, I'm K and I hate myself. So with that in mind I decided to watch the entire first season of Boss Baby: Back in Business. Dreamworks' Boss Baby is everyone's favorite movie... I think and after the outrage followings it's loss at the Oscars for Best Animated feature to Coco it only made sense for … Continue reading Every Episode of “Boss Baby: Back in Business” Ranked
Background The Cloverfield Paradox is the third installment of a franchise that barely deserves any recognition. The Cloverfield franchise is rather a trilogy of marketing campaigns. The first being this mysterious found footage trailer that garnered a lot of speculation that heightened the films popularity. Then you have a marketing campaign in 10 Cloverfield Lane … Continue reading The Cloverfield Paradox: It Sucks
The Super Bowl this year failed to disappoint as Nick Foles lead the Philadelphia Eagles to the franchises first Super Bowl victory. Tom Brady and the New England Patriots where no slouches as the teams combined for an NFL post season record of 1,151 total yards as the Zach Ertz demonstration of the questionable … Continue reading The Best, Worst and Forgettable Super Bowl Ads of 2018.
"It’s like Moonrise Kingdom… if everyone was bat-sxxt crazy!" – K (2018) Netflix released its new Original Series this January and boy is it something. The 8 Episode, roughly 20 minutes a piece dark comedy love story is an easy watch that’s a lot of fun. You can easily watch them all in one sitting … Continue reading Did You Watch ‘The End of The Fxxxing World’ Yet? Netflix Original Series (review)
It has become a common theory in the world that through our long history of storytelling that a point is being reached that all the stories have already been told. The thought behind this belief mostly stems from the advancement of media literacy, recognizing skeleton story frames such as the “Hero’s Journey” and other archetypes … Continue reading Master of None, Bicycle Thieves, and The Blind Man’s Lost Dog
Ladies and gentlemen, boy gents and little lassies and welcome to First Impressions. First Impressions can be difficult as I'm sure you already left and clicked onto something else by now. No you're still with me, dashing! With the numerous shows out there to binge or occupy our time it's difficult to decide upon which … Continue reading First Impressions Episode 1: Dark and MindHunter
To the 53 people who've watched A Christmas Prince every day for the past 18 days: Who hurt you? — Netflix US (@netflix) December 11, 2017 Who are you to judge Netflix if I... I mean other people wanted to watch A Christmas Prince every day for about three weeks. I'm sure it's a delightful movie … Continue reading Is There Such A Thing As Too Much “Christmas Prince”?
Ready for more Goosebumps? Beware, because today we have some real spooky things to worry about so let's get right into it. Cue the show intro. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNFx28NGLfI The Cuckoo Clock of Doom The episode opens up with Michael dribbling a basketball and being a normal kid when he stumbles upon some blood. Deciding to investigate … Continue reading In For A Scare? ‘The Cuckoo Clock of Doom’ and ‘Phantom of the Auditorium’ (Goosebumps Review)
Hello, glad you could join me. It's finally that one month where it's completely acceptable to enjoy dead things. There are plenty of things to be a little spooked out over: Ghosts, aliens, witches, Jehovah's witnesses, and you get the point. Horror stories have still been persistent in folk culture style storytelling, with a seemingly … Continue reading In For A Scare? ‘The Girl Who Cried Monster’ and ‘It Came From Beneath the Sink’ (Goosebumps Review)
The 69th Annual Emmy awards has announced the lists of nominees that will be vying for the gold come September 17. The awards acknowledge the artists from across all aspects which makes this the Golden age of Television. With the great variance of shows nominated from multiple platforms of streaming/broadcast networks and with the long … Continue reading Know Your Nominee: Main Title Design Emmy Awards 2017
Shimmer Lake is a recently released Netflix Original Film, that may spark some interest. The film centers around a local small-town sheriff, Zeke Sikes (Benjamin Walker) trying to catch a group of bank robbers. However, the story unfolds in a rather peculiar way as the events on screen are portrayed in reverse, winding back the … Continue reading Shimmer Lake: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly Review
Donald Glover can easily be considered a modern-day Renaissance man, the man’s claim to fame was earned through his many talented abilities that include: actor, writer, producer, comedian, and on the music side being considered a talented rapper, singer, and songwriter. It’s been almost a decade since he decided to put his name into the … Continue reading Childish Gambino All Grown Up: Donald Glover Plans to Retire His Rapper Persona