No king rules forever. But some manage to return, such as the King of Monsters. Monarch by Apple TV+ is one of Godzilla’s heralds for the time being, and does shine against competition, such as Marvel and Disney.
The Hunt for Red October is one of the good, old movies. It takes its audience seriously and doesn’t shun detailed, specialized knowledge – apart from characters, it also had additional heroes: the inanimate.
Francis Lawrence returns with a compelling prequel to Hunger Games. Time to go back 64 years and listen to this whole ballad.
Ahsoka was ultimately one of the best Star Wars shows. In some aspects, it left behind a feeling of healthy wanting. Interestingly – this feeling was most pronounced in case of a well-known hero, Anakin Skywalker.
Son Goku is one of the greatest characters of manga and anime. The adventures of Saiyan have been going on for a few decades now and it seems the hero is mandatory for Dragon Ball to even work. At the same time, he’s the show’s greatest obstacle.
Rick and Morty used to impress us with crazy stories full of pop-culture references and dark humor. With time, the show lost its teeth and by season 7, it’s almost exclusively disappointing.
The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar is the latest film by Anderson, which (finally) is less exalted, cooler and, most importantly, done with elan.
A few words on the Twilight. How's it connected to The Room? Both of them are so bad, they're good. But just one of them was a world-wide phenomenon that was sometimes hard to understand. And even harder to forget.
True Blood consists a large part of my love to TV shows – a love that may not be as feverish nowadays, but which blossomed as I watched the HBO series. I’m missing similar productions – subversive and naughty.
Cyberpunk 2077 is back in the game. After all the patches, the Phantom Liberty expansion and Netflix anime Edgerunners, this universe has recently had one more addition, the book No Coincidence by Rafal Kosik. We’ve talked to the author of this novel.
Edgar Allan Poe is famous for his introspective novels that explore the frontier of our cognition. Mike Flanagan, on the other hand, slips on human ego like a frog on ice, making The Fall of the House of Usher merely pretending an adaptation.
Twin Peaks is my perpetual love. After another anniversary, we again recall Kyle MacLachlan's iconic voice announcing the arrival to the iconic town. The town that stirred the world of TV shows.