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Film Review: In Your Eyes

The red string of fate is an East Asian belief, where, according to myth, the gods tie an invisible red cord around the ankles of those that are destined to meet one another.  962 more words

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Feminism in Media

I recently found myself in an interesting debate. A friend finally started watching Firefly, and she REALLY didn’t like the character of Kaylee. Her reason: she sees the character as a manic pixie dream girl dressed up in the trappings of feminism. 624 more words


Firefly: The Complete Series (2002-2003)

 Gorram it! How that gosa television station “Fox” could cancel the best show in the ‘verse after one season but keep mediocre drivel like “Family Guy” is beyond me. 615 more words

Why I Love TV (Spoiler Alert: The Answer is Mostly Buffy)

The first TV-related memory I have is from kindergarten, when my classmate and I discussed the promo for the series finale of Full House. It says a lot about me that I remember this conversation vividly, and also that series finale was awesome- I mean, both Mary-Kate AND Ashley were in it at the same time. 1,227 more words


New This Week: Vampire Academy, Lone Survivor, Evil Angels, Knights of Badassdom, Friday the 13th, Serenity

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Highlights for the Week

Based on his cult-classic series Firefly, Joss Whedon’s Serenity stars Nathan Fillion and Summer Glau and is the best space western you could ever hope for. 663 more words


Marvel Comics Final Thoughts - Astonishing X-Men Vol. 1

Thanks to Marvel’s popular and successful foray into films with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, I’ve finally decided to get back into comics. I grew up a big fan of X-Men and other superheroes but haven’t really kept up since the 90s. 898 more words