I could go on about fixing up an older, new-to-me town home, work hassles scrambling to fill voids left by losing two important cogs in our wheel, and just being left so tired at the end of the day or on weekends I just want to veg. That begging leads to lots of Netflix-ing.
There are films I eagerly anticipate watching every Christmas and some may surprise you. I’ll admit something here- I have never seen It’s a Wonderful Life and I’m actually making it a point to never see it. Nothing against Jimmy Stewart, and I know the story is an oft used holiday story archetype like Dickens’ A Christmas […]
Oh our darling fellow geeks, we have not fallen out of love with you nor our little corner of the world. Sometimes life just gets in the way as it has been. But we’ll be back more consistently soon, rest assured. Hope you miss us as much as we miss you.
I recently received a […]
The Walking Dead season five, episode one, “No Sanctuary.” Here are my scene by scene thoughts.
Most if not all of us loyal viewers, readers got it in our heads Terminus was inahbited with cannibals. And we were right. This was definitely one of my favorite episodes […]
The summer has been a whirlwind. The paying day job has been paying off in stress and extra consumed hours. I actually got to take a real, true vacation (a week long trek all through Colorado including an Avett Brothers/Shovels and Rope show at Red Rocks, hiking mountains, visiting old college friends, seeing my […]
I grew up with after school animated fair like GI Joe, Transformers, He-Man, and my personal favorite (which I half hope for and half fear a live action movie) Voltron. I was super amped discovering those giant, shape-shifting robots were coming to the big screen and I thoroughly enjoyed the […]
Spring has been a blur with sadness over the end of Being Human, How I Met Your Mother, Almost Human, Trophy Wife…oh and work and the personal life has been crazy busy too. The chance to see these upcoming movies is perking me up though.
In this British drama, moody and troubled teen Daisy is sent by her father and stepmother to […]
Not to argue some intense happenings occurred in the first volume, but volume 2 is where it all hits the fan. We are introduced to the evil triumvirate of Angelville who were controlling Jesse pretty much up until the events of Genesis. The scariest gran’ma around- Marie L’Angelle and her violent sadistic henchmen
Thanks be to Proffitt for instigating a wave of nostalgia with her post on music. I’ve found movies to be a catalyst for emotional and sensory time travel as well. A high school friend recently posted on Facebook he saw Say Anything for the first time last week. […]
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