Tag Archives: TV

What’s Crackin’ on Crackle with Al Mega & Chris Woolsey

Hang out as Chris Woolsey returns to discuss what’s Crackin’ on Crackle for November 2022! Tis’ the beginning of the holiday season and today we chat about what you’ll be able to “gobble” up on Crackle this month. Visit the websites to learn more at:Crackle.com or Popcornflix.com Get the FREE Apps on Play Store or Apple Store Follow Chris on… Read More »

Tales of the Jedi: Short-Form Excellence

[embedded content] Tales of the Jedi Is Such A Great Star Wars Project Tales of the Jedi is the newest addition to what I’m calling “The Clone Wars Cartoons.” The subsection of Star Wars content using the same animation style, (usually) short-form pacing, and politically dense writing. My experience with it has mostly been reviewing… Read More »

Netflix Announces “The Witcher” will Return with Season 4 and a New Geralt of Rivia

Netflix announced that The Witcher will return with a fourth season with Liam Hemsworth taking the reins as Geralt of Rivia. Quote from Henry Cavill: “My journey as Geralt of Rivia has been filled with both monsters and adventures, and alas, I will be laying down my medallion and my swords for Season 4. In… Read More »


I Love You, You Hate Me is a limited doc series chronicling the rise and fall of Barney the Dinosaur’s furious backlash — and what it says about the human need to hate. From Barney-bashing to frat parties to homicidal video games, something in American society broke into a million pieces, and it’s never been… Read More »

Praise For Extremely Short Art

Short Art Has A Different Vibe Than Other Projects I love long-form content: epic scope books, five-hour video essays, and sprawling television shows. I also love binging YouTube Shorts and Instagram Reels. So, today, we’ll talk about short media in a deliberately brief article. I’m talking really short media. Short stories like our own Friday… Read More »

It Came From The Archives “MOVIE REVIEW: Shadows on the Wall (2015)”

We love indie content at Sci-Fi Bloggers. It’s always a good idea to look at what’s being made outside the usual places. So, today, we’ll highlight an old review of ours by Dylan Alexander. And if you want to watch the movie, you can find it at its current home on Roku. Originally Published: November… Read More »

TV Review: House of the Dragon S1E5: “We Light the Way”

Game of Thrones tends to be a show I have a conflicted relationship with, and this has continued somewhat with its prequel, House of the Dragon. This is a show that thrives on deconstructing the traditional fantasy tropes, while directly addressing the uncomfortable realities of royal life in medieval Europe. At the same time, House… Read More »


A Hulu Original, in association with Spyglass Media Group, the film reunites Director David Bruckner, Screenwriters Ben Collins & Luke Piotrowski, Writer/Producer David S. Goyer and Producer Keith Levine, all of whom were teamed on 2020’s “The Night House,” along with Producers Clive Barker and Marc Toberoff and Executive Producers Gary Barber, Peter Oillataguerre and… Read More »