Ozark: Season 1/ Episode 2 “Blue Cat” – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)

Ruth (Julia Garner) in Ozark

Ruth (Julia Garner)

Ozark makes a positive turn as Julia Garner shows up, we see these rural people ain’t stupid, and Marty shows he isn’t a complete ass.

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Shingeki no Bahamut (Rage of Bahamut) – Virgin Soul: Season 1/ Episode 16 “City of the Gods, Part 2” – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)

I honestly feel at this point, and as shown by Karandi of 100 Word Anime forgetting the show in her Best and Worst anime of Spring 2017, this is a show good only because it is consistent. It may not be the top action anime, may not have the best romance or drama, but it is good and consistent. Above being generic but not exemplary. Which is probably why I enjoy it. Unlike a lot of sequels, there wasn’t this drive for the show to prove itself. You didn’t get the vibe they were trying to up the ante, or anything like that. We were just presented with a time jump, a quality set of new characters and, once those new characters were established, then we got the old favorites.

Something that, over the course of 16 episodes now, has consistently given us quality entertainment. May not be the highlight of its season’s airing, but it being exclusive to Anime Strike on Amazon likely is a factor in that.

But, with all that said, let’s go into “City of the Gods – Part 2.”

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Raven’s Home: Season 1/ Episode 1 “Baxter’s Back” [Series Premiere] – Introduction/ Review (with Spoilers)

Raven's Home Title Card

Raven returns to Disney in Raven’s Home and while the formula is mostly the same, there is some adaptation to the more mature direction Disney is going.

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Ozark: Season 1/ Episode 1 “Sugarwood” [Series Premiere] – Introduction/ Review (with Spoilers)

Ozark Title Image

Ozark is not going to help the Netflix criticism of it focusing more on quantity over quality. However, there is this sliver of hope that when Julia Garner comes around 1, she can save this dull as cardboard show.

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The Madame in Black (Svarta Madam) – Summary/ Review (with Spoilers)

The Madame in Black title card

While Madame in Black gives you the creeps with its score and sound effects, the characters presented you are given so little on that it is hard to care if they die.

Disclaimer: I was given a link by Writer/ Director Jarno Lee Vinsencius to see this movie.

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