Rise of the Guardians

Jack Frost, Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy and the Sandman team up to take on the nefarious Pitch who plans to bring darkness to the world. 301 more words


Film Review: Rise of the Guardians

A film where Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy and the Sandman are all fighting to make sure kids believe? Well, I’ve seen crazier film ideas. 630 more words


[Intense Coughing Fit]

One of the problems with nannying (of which there are many) is that you can’t call in sick unless your spleen is actively outside of your body. 533 more words

On Wings of Love

Long ago, Lady Sun sent a drop of its light to the earth as a gift for the Guardians, to be used in their fight against the Boogeyman. 4,804 more words


Moonrise Prologue: Pitch's Lament

A foghorn echoed in the distance as the waves broke upon the rocky shores. The moon seemed to be at peace behind the thick clouds that promised heavy morning rain, but the seas grew restless as they sang a warning to the world that a great darkness had come to announce it’s return, but no one would hear. 254 more words


Stuff We're Into: Lying in the fetal position.

Nora: Rise of the Guardians

What it is: A 2012 Dreamworks offering that I, for one, completely missed. Basically, all our favorite holiday characters (Easter Bunny (Hugh Jackman), Tooth Fairy (Ilsa Fisher), and more) are “guardians of wonder” who hide eggs, collect teeth and make toys all to keep a sense of wonder in the children of the world, watched over by the Man in the Moon. 343 more words


Light and Dark

There are two forces at work when the sun sets on Halloween, one dark, the other light. They are often at war with each other whenever they meet, but their first priority, is the children who are out trick-or-treating. 517 more words