Category Archive: In the Media

Hunt for the Wilder People.

Hunt for the Wilder People is one of the latest films written and directed by Taika Waititi and based on the book Wild Pork and Watercress by Barry Crump. The film follows Ricky… Continue reading

Inconsistent Death in Television Shows.

I watch a lot of television shows and many of them do have that superhero/sci-fi element to them. I’ve written at length about all the Marvel productions I love (both television and film)… Continue reading

Media Monday: Queer and Trans Artists of Color – Interviews by Nia King

I finally got around to reading through Nia King’s book “Queer and Trans Artists of Color: Stories of Some of Our Lives” and I honestly could not love and recommend this book enough.… Continue reading

Aloha (movie)

Okay so full disclosure: I haven’t seen this movie and actively plan to avoid watching it for so many different reasons. Rather than reviewing then, I wanted to share the many criticisms that… Continue reading

Web Series and YouTubers

To be completely honestly, part of the reason I love web series is because I usually have the attention span slightly larger than a goldfish and the videos of web series tend to… Continue reading

What We Do in the Shadows

*trigger warning of blood, body gore in the movie and the videos I’ve posted* Last week, I had the lovely pleasure of seeing the mockumentary What We Do in the Shadows. The movie comes out… Continue reading

Agent Carter

For this week’s media Monday, I thought I’d write about Marvel’s newest limited television series, Agent Carter. I know I talked about the Marvel Cinematic Universe a couple weeks ago but hey, thought… Continue reading

Criticisms and Being a Fan of Problematic Media

Trying to find media that isn’t problematic in some way can be difficult to find, particularly in any mainstream media. So for this week, I’ll be addressing some of the problematic aspects and… Continue reading

Podcasts

I love podcasts, partly because being an introvert with anxiety and depression means getting out of the house and interacting with others for extended periods of time can be really overwhelming. But also… Continue reading

The Imitation Game

Starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightly, The Imitation Game is about Alan Turning and others who worked at Bletchley Park in England during World War II. Their work primarily focused on breaking the… Continue reading