Infinite Tuesday: An Autobiographical Riff by Michael Nesmith – Nerfed Llamas Review

Infinite Tuesday: An Autobiographical Riff by Michael Nesmith – Nerfed Llamas Review It is no secret that I am a fan of Michael Nesmith’s artistic endeavors. On this blog alone I have reviewed Tape Heads (a comedic feature film with John Cusack & Tim Robbins that Nesmith produced) and I have highlighted 30 of Papa Nez’s best tracks spanning the majority of his music performing career. Bottom line: I love me some Nez. As a mere mortal of 40 years of age, my appreciation for Nesmith came directly from watching…

Riverdale Season Premiere Impressions – Archie’s Realistic Mysteries! #Riverdale

Riverdale Season Premiere Impressions – Archie’s Realistic Mysteries! As an avid comic book reader, and an outspoken Archie Comics advocate, it was with some palpable hesitation that I sat through the first episode of the CW’s new TV series Riverdale, which takes elements of the classic comic and sets it smack dab in the middle of the¬†bizarre murder investigation of popular teenager, Jason Blossom . Advertised by the network as “A subversive take on Archie and his friends, exploring small town life, the darkness and weirdness bubbling beneath Riverdale’s wholesome…

Best Movies That You’ve Never Heard of: #Hysteria

Hysteria – Official Nerfed Llamas Review Sometimes a movie comes out of nowhere and surprises you with its brilliance. It is rare, but it does happen. Hysteria is just such a film. Fun fact: I wasn’t even looking for a new movie to watch when I happened onto a trailer for a movie titled: Hysteria. I more or less was goofing off on YouTube and the trailer popped up as a recommendation based on my viewing history. Here is the trailer that I am referring to: If you watched the…

Nerfed Llamas TV Review – Daredevil season 1 on Netflix

Fewer things delight me more than when something pleasantly amazes me with a spot on portrayal of a beloved franchise. Such is the case with Daredevil, a new TV series created by Marvel Studios for Netflix. Here is my spoiler free review. The first Daredevil comic was published in 1964 by Marvel Comics. Created by Stan Lee and Bill Everett, Matthew Murdock, also known as Daredevil, is unique from the majority of superhero comics protagonists on the basis that he has a disability: blindness. Due to an accident as a…