The Umbrella Academy: It’s Raining Moon

I did not expect this show to be this good. And I am glad I decided to watch it. It started with a strange occurrence, three decades ago, when some people who weren’t even pregnant suddenly gave birth to special children, kind of like midichlorian Anakin Skywalker out these babies into the world. An eccentric…

Memories of the Alhambra: Play the Game or Die

This is one amusing drama. I won’t tell you it’s the best thing I’ve ever seen, or the worst, because I’m pretty conflicted. How do I really feel about this? I’m not sure. In Spain, a teenage boy made a call to someone, informing this person to meet him in Granada, to be precise, at…

Elite Review: Everyone’s Bloody Guilty

Three teenagers got scholarships to attend a school for the rich and corrupt. Samuel the sweetheart, Nadia the conservative, and Christian the wild card joined the elites and struggled while the rich bullied them. Eventually, they started making friends and changing, somewhat becoming more and more like the people they never thought they would be…

Plan Coeur (the Hookup Plan) Review

Elsa (Zita Hanrot) has been struggling to move on from her ex, Max, who is somewhat a part of her group of friends. Her best girlfriends, Charlotte and Emilie, keep telling her to move on and forget about her past relationship with Max. And when things get a bit frustrating, Charlotte decides to hire an…

Stranger Things 2: Will and Jane

Last season everyone was busy searching for Will. This season everyone was busy figuring out Will. Stranger Things should have another title like “the Strange Case of Will and Jane,” because the story is about those two kids. When one was missing, one appeared, when one was losing control, the other was missing. Just my…

Riverdale: the Newest Guilty Pleasure

CW is toxic. Literally. I remember the first time I saw Gossip Girl, thinking, “Just one episode.” Yeah, if you guessed it correctly, I’ve seen all seasons of Gossip Girl at least twice. I was on Netflix, after binge watching 13 Reasons Why, which I finished in one go, browsing. I stopped when I saw…