It’s hard for me to imagine that the answer is no if you’re reading this. To be sure, not all of us heard it at the same time. For some of us, Thra remained silent. Until, that is, we were ready to listen, to learn, and to open ourselves up to the beauty of this enchanting and wondrous world.
Okay, perhaps not to the extent that many poor Gelfling did at the hands of the evil Skeksis throughout Netflix’s stunning new prequel series The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance. But at least in the sense that the world created by Jim Henson and Brian Froud over 30 years now occupies nearly every corner of my imagination. Continue reading →
It’s been a couple months now since my first entries on this blog, which was not exactly what I planned when I started it. But things have a habit of getting away from us, and so I’ve gone a spell without writing. I’ll be working on correcting that in the coming week.
In the time since I last wrote, I’ve seen a number of new films, fallen in love with a new fantasy series and begun a journey watching a stellar new science fiction show with new friends. The fantasy series will come first in a new post due in a couple days – that series being Netflix’s masterpiece The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance.
I haven’t had the time as of yet to dive into more of the extensive pieces I wanted to write for this blog, so I’m taking a moment to offer some brief thoughts on my next highly anticipated series – Netflix’s The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance.
I’m admittedly not one of the original film’s largest fans. I think the film is a bit on the slow side and is not quite as engaging from a writing and character standpoint as it is from a visual standpoint. But the latter is where my adoration comes in heavily. The Dark Crystal is a tour de force of mesmerizing imagery. I love watching the old school puppetry at work, and it creates a wholly unique world that is unlike anything else. Continue reading →