Books, How's This Book?, Review, Sherlock Holmes

The Final Problem: The Only and Totally Real Death of Sherlock Holmes

So, a bit of background about this particular Sherlock Holmes adventure. Originally, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle had intended it to be the very final story starring the legendary detective, hence the title. But due to public demand, and his own financial struggles, he ultimately decided to bring him back to life later, thus beginning a… Continue reading The Final Problem: The Only and Totally Real Death of Sherlock Holmes

Lord of the Rings, Movie Monday, Review

Return of the King (Extended Cut): The Longest Ending in Cinematic History

Seriously, this movie has, like, three endings back-to-back! Is it super satisfying? Oh, hell yes! But still! Out of all three Lord of the Rings movies, Return of the King is the one that everyone really loves. It's easily the longest, whether you're watching the theatrical or extended cut (the ladder is the only proper… Continue reading Return of the King (Extended Cut): The Longest Ending in Cinematic History

Anime, Kaguya-sama, Review, Watch This Anime!

Kaguya-sama Season 2: Escalating Feelings

Holy shit, I am late to this party! Better late than never, I guess! And I'm sure as hell not waiting for season three to come out! I am not that patient! Season 2 of Kaguya-sama: Love is War had to live up to some high expectations, at least for me. The first season was… Continue reading Kaguya-sama Season 2: Escalating Feelings

Game Night, Review, Spyro, Video Games

Spyro Year of the Dragon: When the Burnout Sets In

Often times, the third entry in a franchise is where the series reaches a peak. Super Mario Bros 3. A Link to the Past. Super Metroid. Halo 3. Devil May Cry 3. The list goes on and on. Often times, these are the games that define what the series will be going forward, or are… Continue reading Spyro Year of the Dragon: When the Burnout Sets In