Author: Daniel W. Rasmus

Managing Editor at BestEntertainmentReviews.com and Founder and Principal Analyst at Serious Insights LLC.

Review: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 6

Review: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 6 Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 6 is in the books. The team over at Marvel Studios News Sean Gerber felt it reflected a rushed, unprepared leap into the abyss after the unexpected season 6 pickup.  Queenie and Jahnya at Random Tea Podcasts, felt, well, just well, meh nonsense. […]

Review: Game of Thrones Season 8

Review: Game of Thrones Season 8— Endgame Game of Thrones season 8. If you can’t say something nice. You know how the adage goes. So I waited to review the final season of Game of Thrones (GoT). To simply state disappointment does GoT a disservice. Everyone already knows the issues of a rushed narrative, the lack of […]

Review: Shazam!

Shazam! (2019)

Review: Shazam! Gomer Pyle’s catchphrase was “Shazam!” with a drawl. With DC’s Shazam! many joined the erstwhile private in uttering that phrase as the studio of dour and dark turns up the lights. Shazam! delivers a relatively family-friendly, and definitively family-oriented film with this campy Zachary Levi outing. In contrast to the ultimate hard knock […]

What We’re Watching: CuriosityStream

What We’re Watching: CuriosityStream I turn on public television, or one of the several science channels like Discovery or Science, and delight in documentaries about the world, its history, natural and human, and all manner of science and geekery. Unfortunately, even on-demand from Xfinity doesn’t make the wealth of knowledge available from various sources actually […]

Review: National Geographic’s Hostile Planet And An Interview with Executive Producer Guillermo Navarro

Review: National Geographic’s Hostile Planet And An Interview with Executive Producer Guillermo Navarro A clip form Hostile Planet: Deserts which premieres Monday, April 29, 9/8c A moment from National Geographic’s Hostile Planet: Oceans: A mound of sand. A nose, eye. First from the predator’s point of view, sensing movement. A trickle of sand. The head emerges. […]