Fear Street. Part One. 1994 Quick Review.

Here we have Netflix’s big-ticket item for the summer. A horror trilogy based on novels from RL Stein set over 300 years and released over consecutive July weeks. It’s an ambitious undertaking. Whether it works is an entirely different endeavour. It’s worth saying that as of writing this reviewer has only seen the first entry.Continue reading “Fear Street. Part One. 1994 Quick Review.”

Magic Camp. (Disney +) Review

Since it launched worldwide Disney + has developed a reputation as the media empires dumping ground. Outside of The Mandalorian, Hamilton and few other exceptions it’s where the product they Disney doesn’t want general audiences to see gets rebranded as streaming exclusive and sent out to die. Magic Camp to be a prime example ofContinue reading “Magic Camp. (Disney +) Review”