Waiting for Richard and Asking Superchannel A Question

Warning: Fangirling ahead. Wise person once said, "Good things come to those who wait." I amend that to also read 'and those who ask nicely.' I have waited for two Richard Armitage projects, the film Pilgrimage and season 2 of Berlin Station. No word on the former but I hit pay dirt on the latter. … Continue reading Waiting for Richard and Asking Superchannel A Question

The Cord Cutter’s Update: Reattaching The Cord

While taking a break from bopping to 'Cut to the Feeling,' I decided to take a listen to the Castlevania teaser trailer from Netflix. I already knew about it from Slate, and anything animated gets a good look. I like a well-made motion picture, but I admit to indulging my inner teen/tween/kid with a given … Continue reading The Cord Cutter’s Update: Reattaching The Cord

Music Monday: I’m Afraid of Americans By David Bowie

Over the weekend between errands and general lollygagging, I confirmed Berlin Station had made it's way to Canada, a piece of good news. Bad news, it's on iTunes, and I use a Chromecast. It's another headscratcher for Canadian viewers as one show from a network, like Graves, can end up on Google Play while another … Continue reading Music Monday: I’m Afraid of Americans By David Bowie

Scaling Berlin Station’s Geoblock

Canadians. We are friendly, polite, willing and able to put up with winter yet possess such a roguish side with television we might as well say yo-ho-ho-eh? Canadians ranked 7th in illegal television downloads. Before the Virtual Private Network (VPN) crackdown, I knew people using services like Unblock US to see Netflix's US content. I didn't … Continue reading Scaling Berlin Station’s Geoblock

Frivolous Musings Between The Seriousness of This World

Like many people online, Brexit made me go 'WTF!' (The 'F' does not stand for 'fudgesticks'.)  What floored me even more, despite witnessing many dumbass things during the Canadian federal election, were people saying, "I didn't know my leave vote will count" or some variation on that theme their vote means they will not leave … Continue reading Frivolous Musings Between The Seriousness of This World