I've been watching much darker shows lately...
Changed my site's name: I got promoted by Frangela to Secretary of Everything. Check out their The Final Word podcast There may be more focus on TV that's more from streaming platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Hulu. It's 2019 and I finally broke down and got fiber-optics, so there you go. There may … Continue reading Updates
I never liked the White Tower franchise, it was too much office politics and office romance, not enough what I seek in a medical drama: Medical related things. TVB did a decent job this time, where they have a board full of doctors as advisors to make sure the terms are accurate, and the way … Continue reading Big White Duel
I can't believe I didn't talk about the first series of Psycho Detective, the concept was excellent, but the editing was really choppy, the cliffhanger was awkward, leaving me with a lingering longing. Now comes Psycho Detective 2. This is a prequel to the first series. The editing is much tighter and the writing is … Continue reading Psycho Detective 2
Golden Water...give you power! I'm kidding! But seriously, Eddie Kwan Lai Kit really said this line in Swipe Tap Love. I can't believe The God and the Demons of Zu Mountain was broadcasted in 1990! The VFX is now hokey but was considered cutting edge in 1989. This is also where Aaron Kwok starts to … Continue reading The God and the Demons of Zu Mountain
TVB is in trouble. I thought the network came back around 2013 and 2014. I understand the reality of having to collaborate with Mainland for big budgets, but having investors from China also means it affects the content because the intended audience has expanded. Fewer and fewer Hong Kong based shows are available, causing a steady … Continue reading ICAC Investigators 2019
I watched the first season of American Gods. It was an excellent show, and left me to want to find out more. So I took the time to read the book. I must say this is one of the few books I've been reading consistently from start to finish. I have high expectations of how … Continue reading American Gods