Archive for ‘’

Author Archive for Drew Frimston

You Played it, Now Watch it: 7 Great Video Game Adaptations

by Drew Frimston • posted on

There was a time that video game adaptions for both shows and movies were met with hesitation and worry from fans of the series. Recently though, there seems to be a resurgence in video game adaptations with more and more exceeding fans’ expectations. Adapting these shows require being true to the original fans of the games, while also being approachable enough to watch without any knowledge of the games themselves. Let’s take a look at the titles that we think have managed to achieve this fragile balance.

All of Us Are Dead Swarming Netflix: 5 Other Zombie Shows to Sink Your Teeth Into.

by Drew Frimston • posted on

From its release, All of Us Are Dead sat comfortably on its throne in Netflix’s top shows for 15 days. With the titan that Squid Game became, it’s no surprise how well All of Us Are Dead was received. If you’re like me, you’ve already binged your way through the series and are in desperate need of some more zombie content.

Not the “Next Game of Thrones” – Fantasy Shows That Stand on Their Own.

by Drew Frimston • posted on

In 2011 Game of Thrones premiered and took the world by storm, quickly rising to the top of the fantasy genre. Its popularity amongst not only fantasy fans, but fans of any genre was astounding. This began a cycle where anything even remotely similar to Game of Thrones in scale, tone or story was instantly compared to the HBO juggernaut. So let’s explore the shows that have been hindered by the phrase “the next Game of Thrones” and highlight how truly incredible they are in their own right. 

Could James Wan’s Malignant be the Next Big Horror Franchise?

by Drew Frimston • posted on

To celebrate the release of Malignant to the Fetch Movie Store, we take a look at how Aussie director James Wan has created some of the biggest horror franchises of all time. Malignant follows Madison, a young woman paralyzed by shocking visions of grisly murders. Her torment worsens when she discovers that these waking dreams […]