The Liberator Review

The Liberator Review

Every year around Veterans Day, Netflix releases new content that talks about war and those that were there. In the past, this has included the docu-series such as 5 Came Back and Medal of Honor. Now Netflix has followed this tradition with the release of The...
Animaniacs is Back!

Animaniacs is Back!

Well ladies and gentlemen, it’s time. Time for what? Why it’s time for Animaniacs. After being off the air for 22 years, the Warner Brothers and their Sister Dot are back on Hulu. With many of the voice actors reprising their beloved roles, the audience has been...
Blood of Zeus Review

Blood of Zeus Review

The term epic gets thrown around a lot these days, but Netflix’s Blood of Zeus takes the word back to its Greek origin. Netflix has been one of the few streaming services to try original anime. Whether it’s an adaptation like Kegan Ahura or something new like Sound...
The 2020 G.I. Film Festival from San Diego

The 2020 G.I. Film Festival from San Diego

The term “film festival” often conjures images of artistic Avant-Garde films, groundbreaking documentaries, or acclaimed international films. Roughly everyone knows of Sundance, some might know of the Canes, but have you ever heard of the G.I. Film Festival?  The G.I....
The age of Binge: Babylon 5

The age of Binge: Babylon 5

In the past several months we have all been cooped up (thank you COVID) and finding new and creative ways to, somewhat entertain ourselves. But there is one activity that has been constant since streaming services have become more widely available to all of us. A lot...