Blogs, TV/Movies

Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail

If you’ve ever played organized sports, I guarantee you’ve heard the cliche “Failing to plan is planning to fail.” Even if you haven’t played, you’ve probably heard this paraphrased Ben Franklin quote before. As trite as it may be, it’s 100% true, particularly in the realm of storytelling. When it comes to serialized media such as TV shows or movies that are planned out over multiple installments, usually a trilogy. We’ve seen clear examples of both sides of this coin in the past couple of decades. The most obvious one, and the inspiration behind this post, is Game of Thrones. Continue reading

Blogs, TV/Movies

The Real Difference Between Marvel and DC

In a digital age where everyone is a content creator looking for their big break, there have proven to be a few cheat codes. These are topics that generate crazy levels of engagement regardless of quality. Things like politics, complaining about the Star Wars sequels, and compilations of Ben Shapiro Owning Libtards With Facts and Logic. But perhaps the biggest cheat code of all is arguing about which comic book film franchise is superior: the Marvel Cinematic Universe or the DC Extended Universe. Continue reading


My Top Ten Movies of 2020 (Sort Of)

Like almost everyone on the planet, I had plenty of free time this year. And, like any sane person with a Netflix subscription, I filled that time by watching a metric butt-ton of movies. Maybe to make it seem like I was being somewhat productive, I decided to keep track and rank each one. What kind of blog would this be without a low effort, end-of-year top 10 list? Continue reading