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If You're Not Watching... You Should Be: Con Man

I have been disgustingly behind the 8 ball on Con Man. I’ve been aware of the plans since the little web series was first proposed by actors… 475 more words


Last episode we found out that RUSSIAN DUDE is actually an Active called VICTOR, sent by the DOLLHOUSE to impede FBI PAUL’s investigation into them. Then FBI PAUL got shot! 5,261 more words


Getting to the Heart of the Matter: Language Games in “Hush”

                                      “I do not know which to prefer,   

                                        The beauty of inflections   

                                        Or the beauty of innuendoes,   

                                        The blackbird whistling   

                                        Or just after.” 

–Wallace Stevens, ‘Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird.’ 3,029 more words

Buffy The Vampire Slayer

Your An Adult? Isn't It Time To Grow Up?... Nope!

Back in April, I attended the Melbourne Supanova Pop Culture Convention, a couple weeks ago it was OzComicon, which I was unable to attend due to work commitments. 442 more words

Geekish Things

Is The Days Of The 'Damsel in Distress' Really Over?

In the day and age of bad-ass ladies such as River Song, Daenerys Targaryen, Katniss Everdeen, Rey, Buffy Summers, River Tam, Zoe Washburn… OK, so… pretty much all the Whedonverse ladies, because lets face it, Joss Whedon is king and I would worship him every day of the week…sometimes I do. 403 more words


Joss Whedon: The Biography by Amy Pascale - Book Review

Ever since I found a copy of Felicia Day’s autobiography “You’re (Almost) Never Weird on the Internet” in Fully Booked, Ayala Center Cebu, I’ve been searching for similar geeky biographical goodness to read. 983 more words

Book Review

Feminist Agenda Friday

I started out this morning as I often do: being SCINTILLATINGLY WITTY* on Facebook.

[*Translation: trying to hold my own in convo with folks whose humor makes me snort-laugh my coffee on a disturbingly regular basis. 362 more words

Alice Thinks Like A Social Justice Warrior