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18 Books to Read Before Going to See their 2017 Movies 

Hey guys! I’ve been away for a while, been really busy but I’ll try to makeup for lost time and make a new timetable so I can get to post from time to time. 2,311 more words

Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie Trailer Review

After months of leaving fans of Dav Pilkey’s Captain Underpants series in anticipation, DreamWorks Animation finally released its first official trailer for Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie… 399 more words

The Manchurian Candidate (1962)

Before watching the movie:

I think I’ve heard once or twice that Frank Sinatra stars in this, but I forgot it. It’s still strange to think about him as a legendary actor as well as a legendary singer. 554 more words


Hidden Figures

This month, in honor of Women’s History Month, book club decided read Hidden Figures along with everyone else and their mom. I had seen the movie when it first came out and immediately fell in love with the stories of Katherine, Mary, and Dorothy. 292 more words


Midnight Texas

Based on Charlaine Harris series called conveniently Midnight Texas, this new show will be airing this Summer (July 25th) on NBC.

I have a distrust of network TV  as they seem to want the audience that goes along with SFF shows, (they want that geek cred), but are unwilling to stick with the shows long enough for fans to get a foothold, or they simply don’t invest in the shows and don’t care about them. 228 more words


7 Books That Are (probably) Getting Their TV/movie Adaptations

We live in the golden age of film and TV book adaptations. Books previously deemed ‘unfilmable’ are more and more being successfully filmed. The previous year(s) have been amazing and we have truly seen some incredible adaptations. 1,209 more words

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Ghost in the Shell/Iron Fist Backfire

Fed-up fans turn ‘Ghost in the Shell’ meme generator against itself

The Major may be a cutting-edge cyborg capable of taking down even the most dangerous criminals, but even she’s no match for the withering disdain of the internet. 1,315 more words