Remember Me is easily one of the most slept-on shows of the last year.
Mainstream media in the western nations is notoriously evasive of queer content. And yet there are some who are braving the storm to portray LGBTQ inclusive characters while depicting their stories wholeheartedly. “MM Romance” books might be tremendously popular, but they are still far off from the kind of influence that Asian BLs enjoy. In today’s feature, our authors would be sharing their opinions about the few legendary couples who were gutsy in their portrayal of queer love!
Were I to judge The Eclipse only for the first 10 episodes, or in a situation where they had paced the last two episodes better, my rating would have been higher than a 3.
Big Dragon is not a show for everyone, perhaps not for me either, but I’ll try my best to bring out all aspects of it in this review, and leave it for you to decide for yourself.
As much as it pains me to write this because I am still deluding myself into thinking the 2000’s were not that far away, tune in to Remember Me for some 2000’s nostalgia.
As someone completely uninitiated to the Sandman universe, when it first aired, I had no idea of what to expect, except for these precious gems of reviews-
We are here with the latest edition of our Sunday Feature, where #TeamBLXpress will be sharing their “Current Watchlist/Anticipated Shows”. Our authors have listed their current favorites as well as the upcoming shows they are excited about. It wasn’t an easy task with the heavy load that we were tackling; but we wanted to reach out to our readers and exchange watchlists. Join us on this ride and do comment on this post!
What We Do in the Shadows is undoubtedly funny and unapologetically queer.
Sleep With Me, starring Janine Gutierrez as Harry and Lovi Poe as Luna, other than being very binge-able over the weekend, asks some very important questions about disabled queer people, with a very prominent one – why aren’t there more stories about them?
Trigger Warning: Mentions of death