Category Archives: Reviews

Last year Leverage, now it’s White Collar

The irony, I wrote the below, then went to Netflix… and found out the license for this show expired today on Netflix. Which pretty much cancels out all of the fun. Way to go content licensing, way to go being … Continue reading

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Review: Due South

Last year I finished watching the full four seasons of Due South. Beginning to end. It was a pleasure to be in such fine company as the characters portrayed. To begin with, Due South has is almost unique in all … Continue reading

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It’s almost time for a Due South review

I’ve been watching the oldish series Due South. It’s incredibly fantastic, one of the best pieces of television I’ve ever seen in my life. It’s also one of the few series that was never cancelled. It was a made for … Continue reading

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So… any kids games?

Someone asked me what I’d like to do in life. There are a few things, but I’m the kind of person who’d be mostly content with doing nothing, playing some games, and other dull stuff. I have a mild affinity … Continue reading

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Rex Stout’s Nero Wolfe is thoroughly enjoyable

A few years ago Joel D Canfield (just Google him) introduced me to the A&E production of Nero Wolfe, based off the books, officially title “A Nero Wolfe Mystery.” It starred Timothy Hutton as Archie Goodwin and Maury Chaykin as Nero … Continue reading

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Most Recent Spider-Man

So, The Amazing Spider-Man has been released and rebooted in 2012, yay! I was so very much looking forward to this movie. And it was enjoyable. Somewhat. As a hero movie, sure. As Spider-Man, I don’t know. I really wanted … Continue reading

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Hot-Blooded is the best! Anime review: Inazuma Eleven

One hundred and twenty-seven episodes down. A show aimed at Jr. High boys, 13-15. And one of the best pieces of entertainment I’ve seen in a while, though I’ll have to explain why. Inazuma Eleven is a Shounen (young boys … Continue reading

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Kazan by Gaku Miyao

I read a lot of manga. I don’t really review any of it. But I wouldn’t feel right if I didn’t say a couple words about the 7 volume series by the name of Kazan. Kazan is our hero in … Continue reading

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Review: A Miracle of Rare Design

I’ve finished 3 books in 4 days. Interesting. Anyways: I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect with this. It’s a sci-fi work by Mike Resnick – this is the first work of his I’ve read. I got this for a … Continue reading

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Review: The Art of Racing in the Rain

I read this book starting last night, ending this afternoon. It was fun, emotional, and a tear-jerker. And I couldn’t put it down. Whether you think it’s good or not, your cup of tea or not (and it certainly isn’t … Continue reading

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