Film and Television

Title: The Babadook (2014) Runtime: 1h 32m Warning! Spoilers ahead!   In the spirit of Halloween season, I thought it’d be good to post a horror movie review. Recently I watched The Babadook for the third time, directed by Jennifer Kent (yay, feminism!). If you are unfamiliar with the movie, it’s an Australian horror/thriller that […]

Title: Don’t Worry Darling Runtime: 2h 3m   Warning! Spoilers ahead!       Before seeing Don’t Worry Darling, I didn’t know a thing about a thing. I did keep up with the behind-the-scenes beef between Olivia Wilde, Florence Pugh, and Shia LaBeouf and wondered whether or not Harry Styles actually spit on Chris Pine […]

Warning Spoilers Ahead! One thing is for certain about season 2 of HBO Max’s Euphoria: Zendaya can act! Her performance was emotional, brutal, stark, and moving. It’s worthy as her Emmy  win for season 1. The season [1] showed Rue’s slip from sobriety to addiction, her open and vulnerable response to Lexi’s play suggests season […]

The remaining six queens make their grand entrances into the Werk Room Introducing the second batch of queens entering the Werk Room of RuPaul’s Drag Race. From the ever popular, gorgeous Jorgeous to the first heterosexual contestant Maddy Morphosis, and more. It’s a Ru Year and that means RuPaul’s Drag Race has returned and the […]

Who doesn’t love a movie with a good ending? The ones that make you go “Awww,” like “Lady and the Tramp” or “Tangled” or literally any other older Disney film.  Or the ones that make you scream “Finally!” like in “When Harry Met Sally.” This may sound ridiculous, but I exclusively watch these happy-ending movies. […]

Title: Red Notice Director: Rawson Marshall Thurber Release Date: November 5, 2021 Rating: ​​★★★   Red Notice is an action comedy, one that stars Dwayne Johnson as an FBI profiler, Ryan Renolds as an art thief, and Gal Gadot as the Bishop, an even more notorious criminal. The Rock and Ryan Renolds form an unlikely […]

The lack of Thanksgiving movies and TV specials is, in my opinion, one of the greatest faults of the human race, and I don’t think that’s dramatic of me to say. Okay, well, it is, but it’s still how I feel. Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday, and I think it deserves more representation than it […]

Name a Christmas movie. Maybe you think of “The Grinch” with Jim Carrey (my personal favorite) or “The Santa Claus” or “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.” Now name a Halloween movie. Maybe the classic “Nightmare Before Christmas” or the nostalgic “Halloweentown” comes to mind. Okay just one more I swear: name an Easter movie. Maybe […]

Title: The Happening Rating: 1/5 Where to Watch: Amazon Prime Runtime: 1hr 30min   TW: Mass Suicide   Movie Summary How would you like to feel completely lost for a full hour and thirty minutes? The Happening is an aimless, confused film. It carries on far too long for something that takes place during a […]

Title: Dune Rating: 4/5 Runtime: 2h 35m One phenomenon that spread quickly through social media as Covid-19 first made headlines was the exponential rise in popularity of Timothée Chalamet. Just like many other people, the weirdness of the 2020 economic shutdown gave me the perfect opportunity to binge watch every movie that Chalamet appears in […]


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