Video Show: Movie Dorkness
It’s the show formerly known as Red Suitcase Adventues! Join Sofie Liv, a nice Dane (who may not be as negative as everyone else!) as she dissects pop culture phenomena to explore both the good and bad in popular films.
The second part in a mini-series celebrating heroes and villains who enjoy their chosen profession.
Sofie thinks we should take a break from all that seriousness and just have fun.
The third video in Sofie’s Tropes vs. the Dorky Dane series.
Sofie reviews the highly acclaimed game Dishonored.
Sofie’s second video in her “Tropes vs. The Dorky Dane” series.
Sofie begins an experiment where she may or may not go through every trope on Anita Sarkeesian’s list.
Why do we have to only talk about the women? In this video, Sofie talks about about the males!
Sofie honestly doesn’t have that much to say about this game.
The third installment in Sofie’s mini-series about positive female characters in games.
Sofie reviews South Park: The Stick of Truth.
Sofie reviews the 2002 video game Kingdom Hearts.
Well, sometimes when you say “A”, you gotta say “B”.
By special request, Sofie reviews something she’s actually kind of looked forward to.
The prettiest game you will ever play.
Last time, Sofie talked about some of the dearly beloved women she grew up with. This time, she’s talking about the women you guys brought up the most.
Sofie reviews the new Studio Ghibli anime Ronia the Robber’s Daughter, based on the book by Swedish author Astrid Lindgren, which makes her happy to see something from her childhood appearing again and being treated with so much respect.
Sofie hates everyone who requested this one.
The first of many videos where Sofie will talk about the massive amount of female characters who prove that video games are some of the most progressive media around when it comes to showcasing lots of different amazing fictional women.
After going through a huge AA title and an editorial, Sofie returns to the indie scene with Never Alone, a puzzle-platformer showcasing a folk tale from Alaska, which shows how video games can be used as a means of education and exploration.
Sofie asks the question: Does it even matter at all if you get to play as a woman or not in any given game? The answer is… it depends.