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Fan Review: The Baker in the Bits (Bones)

“You know when you talk to older couples who, you know, have been in love for 30 or 40 or 50 years, all right, it’s always the guy who says ‘I knew.'” (Booth, … 1,795 more words


Fan Review: The Teacher in the Books (Bones)

One of the reasons that Bones continues to be my number one show is that there are lot of things I love about it, and they’re not necessarily all on display at once – which is a complicated way of saying that I enjoyed this one just as much as last week’s even though they’ve got very different tones. 1,459 more words


Win Vlasta Popić's Kvadrat LP on vinyl


Ние от Общо Бъдеще смятаме, че има много фенове на музиката, а адекватните музикални медии са единици. По тази причина обявяваме конкурс за най-добро музикално ревю на … 9 more words

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Fan Review: The Psychic in the Soup (Bones)

Bones is back!  *does cartwheels through the interwebs*

I’m a happy fangirl.

I suspect I say this most weeks, but this ep has everything I love about the show: team stuff, Booth and Brennan being Booth and Brennan, quirky suspects, subtle humor, and thoughtful moments that make me a bit weepy. 2,182 more words


Fan Review: Lollapalooza Chile 14/3 + Sideshow with Robert Plant 16/3 by Rodrigo Pinto

Chilean fan Rodrigo, got the chance to go see Jack recently, as he recently headlined Lollapalooza Chile and the side show with Robert Plant. He’s taken some time out to give us an insight to those nights and he wrote this fantastic review. 1,061 more words

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Fan Review: Bogeyman (Backstrom)

Here’s the weirdest thing I’m going to write this week: I think I’m developing a crush on Everett Backstrom.

I have a weakness for heroes. Any and all kinds, provided they’re well-written, but…I have a particular soft spot for the heroic character who doesn’t know they’re a hero, can’t see themselves that way, and whom others don’t always see clearly enough to recognize for what they are. 899 more words

Fan Review

Ouija 2014


Director: Stiles White
Writers: Juliet Snowden, Stiles White
Cast: Olivia Cooke, Ana Coto, Daren Kagasoff.
Total time: 90 minutes

I am not one to sit and watch American Horror movies. 550 more words