Netflix

  • TUP10 Revisited – Adam 2021

    I recently joined Ben, Lucy & Aadil on Tanked Up for episode 295. One of the main topics for that was what I have dubbed “my TUP10”. However, my list of cool things from the year didn’t go entirely to plan. My own arbitrary rules for putting together my...
  • My Hero Academia

    I have set my stall out a few times in various pieces of writing that I believe in the “less is more” philosophy of creation. From books, to films, to video games, to music, no matter what the medium – less is often more. You want to leave your...
  • Geek Out Weakly 24 – Castlevania Season 4

    Aadil is joined by Lucy this weak to chat about Castlevania season 4, as well as the rest of the series. Our highlights, favourite character arcs, and more. Our theme song is by captiveportalmusic, used under the CC ShareAlike license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/)....
  • Geek Out Weakly 23 – Love, Death, and Robots vol. 2

    Aadil and Ben get together to talk about volume 2 of the netflix series Love, Death, and Robots. They discuss faves from both series, what they like about anthologies, disappointments, discussion of the main themes and a whole lot else besides. Our theme song is by captiveportalmusic, used under...
  • Geek Out Weakly 22 – Jupiter’s Legacy

    Aadil and Ben chat about season one of the Netflix adaptation of Mark Millar’s superhero drama “Jupiter’s Legacy”. They cover what worked, what didn’t and what they wished it was like, along with hopes for future seasons. Our theme song is by captiveportalmusic, used under the CC ShareAlike license...
  • Could A Gundam Movie Succeed?

    Last week, Netflix announced that it was collaborating with Legendary Entertainment to produce a live-action Mobile Suit Gundam film. The Director of Kong: Skull Island, Jordan Vogt-Roberts, is attached to direct with award winning comic book writer Brian K. Vaughan writing the screenplay. Legendary and Sunrise had announced that...
  • My Hopes for Ozark’s Fourth and Final Season

    After a lengthy wait, Ozark returned to our screens for a third season of money laundering, startling violence and intense family drama earlier this year. It may have been the show’s best season yet, further cementing its own identity in the crowded streaming landscape, and after the disappointing news...
  • Studio Ghibli Review (Part 1)

    Nausicaä of the Valley of The Wind & Castle In The Sky.   The first two films from the iconic team of Studio Ghibli and Hayao Miyazaki – released in 1984 and 1986 respectively – lived up to the billing. In popular culture both Ghibli and Miyazaki have a...
  • Struggling with The Witcher’s First Season

    I like liking things. Unlike many on the Internet I get no pleasure from complaining about movies, TV shows or video games I dislike, but rather I choose to celebrate what I do enjoy. This mindset has made watching the first season of The Witcher – Netflix’s fantasy adaptation...