Here’s why you need to watch Godless on Netflix right now

In case you’re searching for a fantastic new series to watch on Netflix, I’ve got you, friends. It’s called Godless, and it’s everything you need out of a television series right now. Godless is a Western television series playing on Netflix, set in the 1800s. It depicts the stories of several key characters, though focuses … More Here’s why you need to watch Godless on Netflix right now

Film review: Pompeii

I’m a sucker for a medieval man (don’t judge me), and I’m also a sucker for Kit Harington. You can imagine, therefore, my anticipation to view Pompeii, a medieval movie starring Kit Harington as a gladiator. This movie has been out for a while now, and it’s been teasing me on my Netflix recommendations for … More Film review: Pompeii

Films with a leading lady earn more at the box office

An article from The Washington Post offers some rather information pertaining to the success of films at the box office. A recent study suggests that flicks starring women are more successful worldwide box offices compared to flicks starring men, the article says. Examining the 350 highest-grossing U.S. movies released between January 2014 and December 2017, … More Films with a leading lady earn more at the box office

Film review: Within

Last weekend I watched Within with my boyfriend, Blaine. The movie description provided by Netflix seemed intriguing, so we figured we would give it a go. We hadn’t viewed a horror flick in a while, and this one seemingly fit the bill. Starring Michael Vartan as John Alexander, Erin Moriarty as Hannah, Alex’s daughter, Nadine … More Film review: Within

The Haunting of Hill House: final thoughts

Alas, I have finished the ten-episode first season of The Haunting of Hill House. Seriously, if you haven’t familiarized yourself with this Netflix original series, I highly recommend doing so. I’m pretty bummed it’s only ten episodes, because that’s how damn good this show is. But, at the same time, perhaps it’s best that it’s … More The Haunting of Hill House: final thoughts

Ed Gein: the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre

After viewing Leatherface, which I reviewed in yesterday’s post, I thought I would take it upon myself to do some research and determine whether or not the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise was inspired by true events. To my complete horror, I learned that it is, loosely. Ed Gein lived in a farmhouse in Wisconsin, which would later be referred … More Ed Gein: the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Profile: Emilia Clarke

Because I’m a massive Game of Thrones fan, it’s safe for anyone to assume that I’m also a massive fan of a majority of the cast, specifically Emilia Clarke. This woman is so damn classy, goofy and wonderful, and her ability to be all of these things simultaneously is one of the few reasons I’m such … More Profile: Emilia Clarke

The 2018 Emmys

This year’s 70th Emmys took place on Monday evening in Los Angeles, so I figured it would make sense to summarize the winners to save time for all of you. Marvelous Mrs. Maisel from Amazon took the lead in terms of most Emmys won. Receiving five for the evening, the show was recognized for its comedy … More The 2018 Emmys

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

I’m inclined to categorize my sense of humour as slightly demented with a hint of immaturity, so you can imagine my delight when I sat down and watched an episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and learned the humour of the show matches my own quite well. I had heard about this show several times before I … More Brooklyn Nine-Nine

The Conjuring

Before anyone accuses me of seriously lacking in my horror movie viewing, rest assured, I have seen the Conjuring more than once, and yes, I saw it when it was released a while back. The reason I am discussing it here present day is that I got together with some of my friends the other … More The Conjuring