Twin Peaks: The Return, Part 1-4 Review

"You're damned if you do, and you're damned if you don't" that's true to almost everything in life, but also especially when it comes to TV show and movie revivals. Some will say "what's the point of a revival" and that "it will never live up to the original's glory and prestige", while others will say "why did it never happen" and live off till the end of days plagued by the ever so many 'what if's' when one of these properties comes to an unfortunate end. No longer though will that be the case regarding 'Twin Peaks'. Which I still don't think it’s a blessing that it has returned, but it's definitely not a disgrace from what came before.

Stranger Things: Season 1 Review

This show is built massively around 1980's movie nostalgia right to its very core. In addition, it had enough luck and determination that's it's kid actors didn't suck and also despite its story and setting being a variation of so many 80's genres bundled together. It managed to be an engaging entertainment package that has developed a cult following and possibly future awards glory that it does objectively deserve.

Narcos: Season 1 Review

Netflix has transformed from the one stop shop of easily accessible media content into the provider of original programming that is varied, fun and captivating. It's online model continues to show promise, evolve and with time show its capabilities of challenging the big boys of television. Yet, it isn't without its faults and future pitfalls to face. Creating great shows such as "Narcos" here, but trying to please two different kinds of audiences at the same time. Which doesn't always work.

Daredevil: Season 1 Review

Ever since Marvel got their hands back on the Daredevil property, most of us geeks couldn't wait to see how they could possibly tackle it. Gladly, they chose not only the TV route for it, but also the Netflix option. Giving them free creative reign in a medium with a particular audience that the material of Matt Murdock and co could flourish. Not holding back for the wider audience profit margins or the stipulations of what can or can't be seen on advertisement ridden Television. Which in the process let it become the best comic book show on TV to date, having elements that many will find comforting, entertaining and even worthwhile.

Game of Thrones: Season 3 Review

In "GoT" tradition the third season is a non stop ride of mischief, vengeance, backstabbing and greed. Every episode is a great look at the inner workings of back alley deals, politics, family turmoil and codes of honor. It's a show that stays true to its principle of being ever surprising, faithful to its source material and entertaining. It doesn't follow audience expectations and always knows how to keep your anticipation to the highest levels. It is my least favorite of the three seasons, however it is the most depressing and worrisome of the three. Basically being the "Empire Strikes Back" chapter of the "GoT" series. Ending the season with a bitter sweet finale of hope and misery.