• Top 5 Series - 2022

    Top 5 Series – 2022

    Happy New Year to All. As the curtains close on the year 2022, I believe it’s only fair that we take a look back at the spectacles that have graced our screens, some gave us hope for the future and what 2023 has to offer whilst others have concluded on a high note. With so many series to watch on an array of streaming services such as Hulu, Netflix, Disney+ and so much more, making this list of Top 5 series would prove to be a challenge. This a challenge I accept regardless of whether this list is correct or not. These are the Top 5 series that have had…

  • Tekken Bloodline

    Tekken: Bloodline

    Director Yoshikazu Miyao has just accomplished the impossible by creating one of the best arcade game to animation adaptations in Netflix history by the name of – Tekken Bloodline.   Tekken which can also be translated as “Iron Fist” is a series of fighting/arcade video games that is developed and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment, first released in December 1994.   However, in Tekken Bloodline, we follow the events that follow after the second King of Iron Fist Tournament leading up to the third, Tekken 3; which was released exclusively on the PlayStation brand.   In these six-part episodes of Tekken Bloodline, we follow the events of one of the…

  • All of Us Are Dead

    All of Us Are Dead

    Ladies and gentlemen, today I’d like to talk about a series that has completely changed the perception and things we thought we knew about the zombie apocalypse by the name — All of Us Are Dead. This series was released on the 28th of January 2022, and while the television series is created and written by Chun Sung-il, the original idea is based on a manhwa, aka webcomic called — Now at Our School by Joo Dong-Geun.   Together with production companies such as Film Monster, Kim Jong Hak Production, and Netflix as the distributor, All of Us Are Dead was destined to get recognition whether you like it or…

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    Justice Served

    Tshepo “Ty” Skosana, creative director of Meraki Studios makes a profound statement on South Africa’s untapped potential in the hit thriller, Justice Served. Distributed by Netflix, the series was released on the 29th of July 2022, featuring some of South Africa’s prominent actors such as Hlomla Dandala, Pallance Dladla, and Morne Visser.   The plot of the series follows a band of freedom fighters known as the Numoor, who invade the trial of a white police officer — Allan Harvey.   That shoot a Black man from the back and the Numoor use this opportunity as a hostage situation unfolds that leaves the entire country flabbergasted.   Numoor leader Azania…

  • Eve


    Director Bong-Sub Park’s latest work with writer Young Mi-Yoon is a powerful declaration about love and revenge in the Korean series Eve. This series was produced by production companies Studio Dragon, C-JeS Entertainment, and TVN and released on the 1st of June 2022 with the last episode having aired on the 21st of July 2022, and consisting of 16 episodes in total. For the focus of the series, the main plot revolves around a young lady by the name of Lee La-El played by Seo Yea-Ji, and the chairman of LY Group, Kang Yoon-Kyum played by Byeong-eun Park. Lee La El at a young age witnessed her father’s brutal torture…

  • The Boys

    The Boys: Season 3

    Ladies and Gentlemen, it’s time. Today we’ll be reviewing the most real, controversial, jaw-dropping series about superheroes, celebrities, and political satire by creator Eric Kripke of The Boys: Season 3.   The Boys, honest to god, is a one-of-a-kind series that doesn’t shy away from the truth and lets its audience know straight out the bat what their favorite celebrities are actually like when not in front of the cameras. Not to even mention that this season has gone far and beyond in letting us see a different perspective of our favorite characters such as Billy Butcher, MM, Frenchie, and Hughie Campbell. The reveal of Homelander having a personality disorder…

  • Dark

    Dark: Season 3

    Program Creators Baran bo Odar and Jantje Friese’s third season of Dark is the perfect portrayal of a tragic story with no actual happy ending for the people of Winden.   Season three of Dark has been a journey and a half with all the years we traveled back and forth from and all the revelations that connect the series to its first and second seasons.   The first episode of season three is no doubt slow, so slow I passed out and had the best sleep in years lol…    We pick up from right where we left off, with Jonas and the alternative Martha from a different world…

  • Stranger Things: Season 4 vol.2

    Stranger Things: Season 4 – Part 1

    The Duffer brothers, Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer have come back with the latest epic season of Stranger Things and it has hit the community by storm. Stranger Things season four is undoubtedly the best yet: and I don’t mean to downplay the previous season however, comparing seasons three to four is as if comparing Hydrox to Oreo. Sure they look alike but Oreo just hits different and if you’re guessing which one is which, Oreo is the fourth season.   The production quality of this season is incredible, the cinematography beautiful, pacing and structure of each episode are more than an hour-long, which is insane but gold considering that…

  • Dark

    Dark: Season 2

    Ladies and Gentlemen, I just finished watching the second season of “Dark” and I have a lot to talk about this season’s finale.   First of all, let me say, all of my reviews are based on own my perspective about the show, I’m neither trying to be right nor wrong with my reviews, I am simply sharing my opinion and view from my point of view.   With that out of the way, let us begin. Season two of Dark was a thriller from beginning to end, with twists and turns in every episode, authentic, and then some shady questionable moments in others but none had me like the…

  • Series

    Sex Education: Season 3

    Ladies and Gentle can we agree that the third season of “Sex Education” has gone far and beyond and in my opinion, should be considered the best season thus far. Program creator Laurie Nunn and writers – Mawaan Rizwan, Laura Neal, Sophie Goodhart, Bisha K. Ali, Freddy Syborn, and Laura Hunter have delivered another successful season of one of Netflix’s beloved series, starting with the captivating season visuals.   This season has without a doubt delivered on its focus on teens coming to age and growing into young adults, taking the future into their own hands, and taking responsibility for their actions.   Never have I enjoyed Otis (Asa Butterfield) and Eric’s…