Binge and Repeat: Let ‘Carmen Sandiego’ steal your time

Man, lately I have been binging some non-stop drama. For a change of pace I decided to indulge my inner-child and watch Netflix’s animated series “Carmen Sandiego.” I thought it seemed absolutely delightful that the star of one of my favorite computer games (back in the Stone Age of dial-up Internet) was teaching kids about geography in a new television … read more

Binge and Repeat: Not just another superhero series

I know, I know, another superhero show. Trust me, I’m starting to feel the superhero fatigue. However, watching The Umbrella Academy, which is surprisingly not owned by comic giants DC or Marvel, didn’t present us with the standard do-gooder saves the day, or gifted person reluctantly saves the day archetypes that have flooded movie and TV screens over the past … read more

Binge and Repeat: ‘Sex Education’ dives into teen issues

Admittedly, I was a little wary to watch Netflix’s “Sex Education.” When I first read over the series’ synopsis and saw that it was about a teenager acting as a sex therapist for his hormonal peers … all I could think of was “American Pie.” Let me assure you “Sex Education” is nothing like “American Pie” and our young teen … read more

Binge and Repeat: Dodging death with Russian Doll

Natasha Lyonne stars in “Russian Doll,” the Netflix series she co-created, revolving around her character being caught in a time-loop on her birthday. Lyonne plays Nadia, a woman who doesn’t particularly care about herself at all, while also being an incredibly selfish person. That is, until she dies. After every death Nadia comes back and finds herself in the bathroom … read more

Binge and Repeat: Bundy Tapes glamorize killer

Serial killers appear to be all the rage lately, especially Ted Bundy, who is the subject of Netflix’s latest docu-series “Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes.” Zac Efron will also be playing the role of Ted Bundy in Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile. There’s this new trend of people online commenting on how they find the convicted … read more

Binge and Repeat: The Punisher reveals a softer side

After Frank Castle solved the big “whodunnit” surrounding the death of his family he understandably wants to drop off the grid. At the beginning of The Punisher’s second season audiences find Frank living his life like a pretty average person … well at least for 20 minutes. While hanging out at a bar, Frank’s new-found simple life comes to a … read more

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