source. Since I haven't posted anything gushy and fandom-related in a while, I thought I'd write this post to fangirl over some of my favorite fictional couples. Although I dislike most romance novels (as in, stories that are totally centered around a romantic relationship), there are many, many fictional couples that I wholeheartedly ship. And … Continue reading my favorite fictional romantic moments.
source. Hey, guys! I've been recently watching a lot of the TV show Lost (currently in one season with my family and another on my own--can be a tad disorienting, but very fun). While I fully plan to write a blog post (or posts) about my thoughts on the show (and especially its characters), I … Continue reading five things writers can learn from Lost.
source. Do you know that feeling when you discover something you never knew existed before and it's awesome and you're so hyped? Like a sequel to your favorite book? Something like that? Well, yesterday I discovered something that's just...too cool. And that something is Hobbes & Me, a series of short videos (like usually less … Continue reading a recommendation: ‘Hobbes & Me’
source. I'm a huge fan of Disney Plus because, well, it's Disney! Sure, the streaming service isn't perfect (where are you, The Happiest Millionaire???), but it's made me happy time and time again with great content. With a library of titles as vast and varied as Disney Plus has, some films and TV shows are … Continue reading hidden gems to watch on Disney+
This blog post was written for the Beyond Star Trek Blogathon hosted by Hamlette's Soliloquy and The Midnite Drive-In. Click the links to see the full list of blogathon posts! Leonard Nimoy = Spock. Spock = Leonard Nimoy. But before I knew who Spock was, I'd already been blown away by Leonard Nimoy's mesmerizing, precise … Continue reading beyond star trek: Leonard Nimoy in ‘Mission: Impossible’
I'm in many fandoms. If a book or movie or TV show is quality stuff and has great characters, I can become obsessed very quickly - sometimes, I even track my life by the fandom I was in at a given point in time. First it was Jane Austen. Then Les Miserables. Then BBC Robin … Continue reading falling out of love with fandoms
Because today is Rider Strong's birthday and because I'm low-key obsessed with this show right now, I thought I'd share my ten most-loved episodes of Boy Meets World. I haven't seen all the episodes more than once, so this list will probably change over time, but here's what I've got right now! (In chronological order.) … Continue reading my top ten favorite episodes of Boy Meets World
Nostalgia. We all love it. And one show that's a particularly nostalgic favorite among many people is Boy Meets World. This seven season show spanned the lives, loves, and losses of three kids (turned adults): Cory, Shawn, and Topanga. While Boy Meets World aired in the nineties, it has remained a favorite among many people … Continue reading the continuing relevance of Boy Meets World
(source #1) (source #2) "Um...Eva?" you might say after reading the title of this blog post. "What exactly do these two characters have in common?" Well, they're both snarky, wisecracking problem solvers who've lost their mother (one to divorce, the other to death) and have an affinity for all things 80's. Additionally, both Shawn Spencer … Continue reading why I love Shawn Spencer (but not Peter Quill)
My sister showed me Clueless (1995) this afternoon and it inspired this post: ranking all the interpretations of Mr Knightley that I've seen on the big or small screen. (Worst to best.) Mark Strong (1996 ITV adaption) Um...Mark Strong is a villain in The Young Victoria and nothing will make me like or trust him … Continue reading ranking Mr Knightley