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A Quiet Place

July 20, 2018 2 Comments

A Quiet Place details the daily lives of a family months after an immergence of creatures that are extremely dangerous and drawn to even the slightest of sounds. Having experienced tragedy in this new, silent world this family must try to survive while also learning to enjoy the small things. The most moving aspect of […]

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Siren 1×04: On the Road

July 20, 2018 No Comments

Episode four of Freeform’s show Siren focused on the mermaids themselves and I could not be more pleased. We finally were able to understand these creatures a bit better and I enjoyed the attention to detail this episode demonstrated. This episode certainly started with a bang, showing Chris and the captured mermaid finally able to […]

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Troy: Fall of a City

July 20, 2018 No Comments

Troy: Fall of a City details the 10 year siege of the city of Troy. Paris, a young man living life to the fullest, one day makes a deal with the goddess of love, Aphrodite. This deal entailed that Paris would meet and fall in love with the most beautiful woman in the world. Paris […]

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Siren 1×03: Interview with a Mermaid

July 20, 2018 No Comments

In the third episode of Siren we see Ryn still searching for her sister but more willing to accept help from Ben and Maddie. The focus of this episode seems to be trust. Maddie and Ben want Ryn to trust them to help her find her sister. Some of that trust is established between the […]

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Jesus Christ Superstar Review

July 20, 2018 2 Comments

Jesus Christ Superstar, originally a rock-opera from the 70s, follows the story of the last week of Jesus’ life. Mostly focusing on the character of Judas, this musical tries to delve into the motives and thought processes of the characters. Judas is becoming more and more dissatisfied with the direction that Jesus is taking his […]

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Siren Review

July 20, 2018 No Comments

Freeform’s Siren opens to action immediately. A group of fishermen are out on the seas when they pull in something that they have never seen before. Once this creature is on board, it attacks a crew member. The fishermen call for help and are surprised when a military helicopter shows up immediately, taking the creature […]

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Jessica Jones Season 2 Review

July 20, 2018 No Comments

Season 2 of Jessica Jones shows the same reluctant heroine we’ve come to know from both the first season of Jessica Jones as well as the Defenders. It was frustrating to me to see that no real growth has been made with Jessica’s character. She’s still a grumpy, mopey woman hell bent on destroying anything […]

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Hell’s Princess: The Mystery of Belle Gunness, Butcher of Men

July 20, 2018 No Comments

I, like millions of Americans, am completely obsessed with serial killers. I find something about the idea of people psychologically detaching themselves in ways to commit atrocities fascinating. Especially when the person committing said atrocities is a woman. Society still views females as soft and nurturing, so when one is labelled a serial killer people […]

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A Wrinkle in Time Review

July 20, 2018 2 Comments

A Wrinkle in Time, directed by Ava Duvernay, is based on a book by the same name. Mr. Murray, father to Meg Murry and her little brother, Charles Wallace, has been missing for four years. He is a scientist and has supposedly discovered a way to travel the universe using a method called tessering. Meg […]

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Everything Wrong With Twilight

July 20, 2018 No Comments

Okay, confession time. I am one of the only people I know that will watch the Twilight films every single time they come on TV. I know they are awful, I know the acting is sub par, I know the writing is atrocious – I just can’t seem to help myself. When people ask why […]

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