Chernobyl (2019 Miniseries) – Terrifyingly Good and Eerily Relevant

After the mix of bad writing and rushing to finish from Game of Thrones in comes HBO with a miniseries which has quickly risen to the highest rated TV series on imdb with a rating of 9.7/10 and getting rave reviews from critics and audiences alike. It has been acclaimed from West to Russia where … Continue reading Chernobyl (2019 Miniseries) – Terrifyingly Good and Eerily Relevant

The Oresteia Trilogy (5th Century B.C.) – One Man and The Big Impact

Oh boy is this a play I have wanted to sink my teeth into since I saw my cram school's theatre performance of this actually classic play. It was great! And how I want to talk about this play about Agamemnon, his family and all the drama that goes with it. Because really this is … Continue reading The Oresteia Trilogy (5th Century B.C.) – One Man and The Big Impact

The Daughter of Dawn (1920) – Authentic, Romantic and Throughly Enjoyable Piece of Film History

Much has been shown of the different Native/Indigenous American tribes and cultures in media by white Americans, from the caricatures and racist depictions of old Hollywood to the sympathetic but still a little "off" showings in films like Disney's Pocahontas and basically almost every depiction of Native/Indigenous American's in the 90s which always had to … Continue reading The Daughter of Dawn (1920) – Authentic, Romantic and Throughly Enjoyable Piece of Film History