Last year, to celebrate my birthday I look back at the day I was born. I didn’t look at boring details like what the weather was like. I looked at what was popular on that April 10, 2003. I measured … Continue reading Reacting To My First Birthday
Last week I posted a blog post that listed movies that I believed featured Aries vibes or characteristics. There were so many movies I found that I had to do a sequel to it. If you didn’t read last week’s … Continue reading Aries Cinema: Films for Aries Part 2
Aries season is upon us. Which means my birthday is nearly upon me. It’s a few weeks away, but I wanted to go ahead start celebrating my zodiac sign and my fellow Aries who are already celebrating their birthdays. I … Continue reading Aries Cinema: Films for Aries
It seems like it’s every day where the creator behind one of my favorite shows is revealed to be problematic in one way or another. Whether it’s Mark Schwahn, Dan Schneider, or most recently Joss Whedon. I’m not going into … Continue reading How Do We Reconcile With Revisiting Our Favorite Shows From Problematic Creators?
Harper’s Island debuted on April 9, 2009, on CBS. It would later be canceled on July 14, 2009, airing for one season for a total of 13 episodes. Harper’s Island starred an ensemble cast featuring Elaine Cassidy, Christopher Gorham, and … Continue reading Did They Deserve Better: Harper’s Island (2009)
2×01 – It’s Alive In the Season Two premiere, Dexter finds himself unable to kill again after the harrowing conclusion to the Ice Truck Killer case, and strays from his personal code with disastrous results; Debra returns to work but … Continue reading Season in Review: Dexter (S2)