Thor: Love and Thunder

Where I Watched It: Disney Plus English Audio Description?: Yes The first thing you need to know about me is that going in, I’m a huge Thor Ragnarok fan. It is very much one of my favorite Marvel films ever. What Taika managed to do with a franchise that was laid to rest with The Dark World is amazing. Some people thought he turned Thor into a joke, and I think he really gave a breath of life into a character whose first two films left people rather tepid. So, I was predisposed to love this film. I have yet … Continue reading Thor: Love and Thunder

Jurassic World Dominion

Where I Watched It: Peacock English Audio Description Available?: Yes I always try and be upfront with whatever audience I have, so here are a few things prefacing my thoughts on Dominion. I, like many, consider Jurassic park to be a benchmark film that solidified a passion I still have today. I cannot tell you how many times I’ve seen this film, but even now as a blind person, it is one of only a small handful of films that I can watch without audio description and listen to the audio track and actually play the entire thing in my … Continue reading Jurassic World Dominion

The Too Much TV Roundup- September 6th

I managed some television today, so the rankings won’t be so boring for the 3 of you I’m sure read this post. It’s all for you. One love. 1) The Terminal List (Amazon) English Audio Description?: Yes Well, spoilers I guess. But in Episode 5, which is not the finale, Reese managed to go after the guy responsible for his brain tumor. And he did it. In the 5th episode. That kind of felt like the big boss at the end, but a well timed car bomb, and a little sidewalk shootout took care of his guards and out King … Continue reading The Too Much TV Roundup- September 6th

The Too Much TV Roundup- August 31st

Only three shows today. However, despite the fact I’ve talked previously to a handful of people “in the know”, none of them knew what I knew that came true yesterday. Showtime is now fully integrated as an add on to Paramount Plus, meaning you don’t need two different apps. This bodes well for audio description, which I will be complaining about post haste, as Yellowjackets at least (which is known to have existing description recorded) had none. 1) The Orville (Hulu) English Audio Description?: Yes I had no idea where we were going with this episode. Honestly, I didn’t know … Continue reading The Too Much TV Roundup- August 31st

The Too Much TV Roundup- August 26th

Welcome. I finally rolled out enough shows to make this list a bit more interesting. So, six shows enter, only one can win. Two were season finales, with one potentially suspected as a series finale. We shall see. 1) The Orville (Hulu) English Audio Description?: Yes in Twice in A Lifetime we saw a device that allowed time travel, which instantly let us all know… this will be a thing. it ended up sending Gordon 400 years back in the past, and gave us a frustrating but very interesting concept of time travel, and whether or not things are how … Continue reading The Too Much TV Roundup- August 26th

The Too Much tV Roundup- August 18th

Five shows today. one of them is Marvel. Did it hit the top? 1) Solar Opposites (Hulu) English Audio Description?: Yes Essentially, Solar Opposites has created this secondary universe within its own show that we care about in almost the same way Pinky and the Brain caught on as a spinoff from Anamaniacs. Here, I think spinning them off could be a mistake. Not knowing the ins and outs of all the characters within the wall really makes for this bizarrely entertaining side trip whenever the show decides to take it. Add to that, the Hululand references, which were all … Continue reading The Too Much tV Roundup- August 18th

The Too Much TV Roundup- August 14th

I started a few more shows today, and sadly none of them reached the top spot. Sometimes, it takes time. 1) Only Murders In The building (Hulu) English Audio Description: Yes The winner today was everyone’s favorite gang of podcasters, who continue to try and solve the mystery of why they are being framed. but, it was the injection of some heavy hitting guest stars that sent this episode over the top, from Tina Fey’s unnecessarily cutthroat rival caster, Jane Lynch’s always welcome return as the one time stunt double, Amy Ryan’s deliciously evil killer, or Michael Rappaport’s exhausted lead … Continue reading The Too Much TV Roundup- August 14th