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Little Sister (spoiler) Mini-Review

Earlier this year I saw the trailer for this film and instantly I was hooked. As far as independent film trailers go, this one was pretty decent. 317 more words


10 Brutally Honest Signs That You Almost For Sure Have An Eating Disorder

1. You keep saying to yourself… this isn’t the 90s. Nobody has an eating disorder anymore.

How can you have an eating disorder if eating disorders were cured over 16 years ago by those people who came to our schools and did bad lunch time plays about eating disorders? 991 more words

The Edge Of Seventeen

Director: Kelly Fremon Craig

Budget: $9million

Let’s get the obvious out of the way here; I’m fairly certain I’m not the target audience for this film (a feeling which was confirmed by the cinema being almost entirely teenage girls), so this had an uphill battle to impress me, an uphill battle which was evened out by the release of the trailer, which was funny, slightly heartwarming, and cynical as hell, I’m glad to say the only difference between the film and the trailer is the film itself is a lot more heartwarming. 698 more words


Impastor (S02E09) "Judge Not"

Plot Summary:

The FBI has a surprise plan for Buddy; Sheriff Graham finally drops the hammer on the pastor; Dora suspects Buddy has a female lover. 635 more words

TV Series

The Underated Holiday Movie Kit

I love movies. Old, new, experimental, classic. I love the world they can transport you into, if only for an hour or two.

The holidays are a great time for movies. 531 more words


Bedtime Stories with Cary #15

Once upon a time there was a scrawny, but happy troll named Inis who lived under the stairwell of an apartment building. Inis kept watch for any intruders, ready to do the job he was born for, and attack at a moments notice. 165 more words

"A Man Called Ove" by Fredrik Backman

For reasons unknown to me, I have avoided reading  this novel for a long time: Maybe because the blurb sounds so sappy, a plot revolving around a grumpy old man who you know before you even read the first page, will charm you by the book’s end.  623 more words