When racism and bigotry find their way into our entertainment, the least we can do is acknowledge and remove it.
I made a lot of videos and podcast episodes in 2020. To narrow down which ones I’d pick for this video, I divided them into four categories and picked five from each one. I also talk for a little while at the beginning about my plans for making videos and podcasting in the new year, and especially my plans for writing.
Maybe you’ve run afoul of a corrupt politician or judge. Maybe you’re a so-called “deviant”. Maybe you’ve been the victim of a crime. Whatever the reason, it’s clear you belong in one of these fine institutions. They’re here to help.
The last decade or so has been a real challenge for Trekkies who can’t seem to agree on what is or isn’t a worthy addition to the Star Trek franchise. Here are my recommendations for what to watch out of the most recent Star Trek series and movies.
Adaptations are hard to do well, especially when you’re trying to balance creating something new while preserving the old. Which of these shows managed it?
One of the best things about America is that we have so many different types of people who like so many different types of things. Each of these movies and shows is different, but they all have one thing in common: they’re all set on the Fourth of July.
“Avatar: The Last Airbender” has been on Netflix for a while now, and if you haven’t watched it yet, then I recommend checking it out. But what about other Avatar movies and shows?
As I said in my podcast last week, entertainment is about more than just amusement or diversion. It can enlighten and educate at the same time. Here are some movies and TV shows that can raise awareness about racial justice in the United States.