A Collection of Horrors – Review of “Love, Death + Robots” Volume Three

Love, Death + Robots Vol. 3 Poster Art. Source The new volume for Netflix’s Love, Death + Robots is out and it’s definitely a marked improvement over Volume 2. While not all of the animated shorts in this volume are up to snuff, the majority of them are interesting enough on their own to merit … Continue reading A Collection of Horrors – Review of “Love, Death + Robots” Volume Three

Finding One’s Place in the Universe – Review of “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds” Season One, Episode Two “Children of the Comet”

A person can go through their entire life and not understand or even know what path they are supposed to be on. Some of us wander aimlessly from place to place, job to job, relationship to relationship, and never truly know where we are supposed to be, who we are supposed to be with (if … Continue reading Finding One’s Place in the Universe – Review of “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds” Season One, Episode Two “Children of the Comet”

Through the Mind’s Eye – Review of “Star Trek: Picard” Season Two, Episode Seven “Monster”

One of the things I find most interesting about Star Trek: Picard is the show’s ability to introduce new elements to established characters. Episode Seven, titled “Monsters”, delves in to Jean-Luc Picard’s childhood, which has been hinted at periodically throughout the second season. With Tallinn joining him, we learn more about the primary focus of … Continue reading Through the Mind’s Eye – Review of “Star Trek: Picard” Season Two, Episode Seven “Monster”

Time Travel Shenanigans with a Heart – Review of The Adam Project

Poster Art for The Adam Project. Source Ryan Reynolds has certainly been a busy man over the last few years. With The Adam Project, his second collaboration with director Shawn Levy, we get a fun time travel yarn that wears its heart on its sleeve. Reynolds excels at these types of movies (when he isn’t … Continue reading Time Travel Shenanigans with a Heart – Review of The Adam Project

The Darkened Mirror – Review of Star Trek: Picard Season Two, Episode Two “Penance”

When Q decides to mess up your life, he does not do it in half-measures. Showing a far more malevolent side than ever before, the nigh-omnipotent Q brings Picard and the others into a nightmare landscape, one that it appears he set into motion as a form of punishment for Jean-Luc Picard. In the process, … Continue reading The Darkened Mirror – Review of Star Trek: Picard Season Two, Episode Two “Penance”

Return of the Captain – Review of Star Trek: Picard Season Two, Episode One “The Star Gazer”

Poster Art for Star Trek Picard Season Two. Source Right off the bat, I want to say that I loved the first season of Star Trek Picard. It was not a completely awesome season. There were several missteps along the way, particularly regarding the characterization of Soji early on and some narrative choices that I … Continue reading Return of the Captain – Review of Star Trek: Picard Season Two, Episode One “The Star Gazer”

Stuck in Repetition – Review of “Reminiscence”

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Broken Messiah – Review of Frank Herbert’s “Dune Messiah”

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Review of Robert Heinlein’s “Stranger in a Strange Land”

Book Cover for "Stranger in a Strange Land" Religion and sexuality are two of the most difficult subjects to engage as a writer. Regardless of the writer’s intentions, someone is going to be deeply offended or challenged, probably both. Robert Heinlein’s Stranger in a Strange Land seeks to both offend and challenge. Heinlein uses the … Continue reading Review of Robert Heinlein’s “Stranger in a Strange Land”

“Love, Death and Robots” Vol. Two Review

Poster Art for Volume 2 of "Love, Death and Robots". Source If you enjoy my content and would like to show support, check out my page on buymeacoffee.com As should be abundantly clear on this page, I’m a science-fiction geek. My first exposure to science fiction was Star Trek, back in the 80s when the … Continue reading “Love, Death and Robots” Vol. Two Review