While its two halves distract from one another, Florian Sigl’s new adaptation of “The Magic Flute” is more magical than mundane.
Author: Michael Cook
Dark Horse Comics brings its adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s “Norse Mythology” to an apocalyptic conclusion in “Norse Mythology Volume 3.”
“Theater Camp” is equal parts endearingly cheesy and delightfully absurd. A true love letter to live theater and summer camps of all kinds.
“Talk to Me” combines an emotional rumination on the loneliness of grief with a surprisingly gory tale of demonic possession.
“Onyx the Fortuitous and the Talisman of Souls” is an absurd, heartwarming romp about friendship succeeding in the face of adversity.
“Aliens Abducted My Parents” is a familiar remix of coming-of-age stories and science fiction cheese that’s worth watching at least once.
Sophie Barthes’ “The Pod generation” is a heartwarming, funny, and very human piece of science fiction that’s well worth a watch.
Big Finish Productions revives their Eighth Doctor “Time War” series with a collection of delightfully mind-bending and timey-wimey romps.
Grady Hendrix’s “How to Sell a Haunted House” offers an immensely satisfying, deeply emotional, and wholly surprising journey through grief.
Daniel Kraus’s “They Set the Fire” delivers an immensely satisfying conclusion that’s equal parts emotional, horrific, and action-packed.