five lesser-known period dramas you should totally watch

Maybe you've watched Pride & Prejudice (1995) a million times and you're looking for something new.  Maybe you've never watched a period drama film/TV show in your life.  Maybe you're fresh from binging ALL of Downton Abbey and you're looking for something to fill the void.  Whatever the case, there's almost certainly a period drama … Continue reading five lesser-known period dramas you should totally watch

marvel versus DC: my thoughts

In the past week or so, I've explained to three different people that when I say I love DC more than Marvel, I'm not referring to the DCEU.  So I figured I might as well write a whole post explaining my reasons for liking DC above Marvel, what I actually mean by 'DC', and slipping … Continue reading marvel versus DC: my thoughts

the fantastical and felicitous fictional character blog tag

Emily, over at The Altogether Unexpected, created this rather awesome tag and was kind enough to tag me.  I LOVE fictional characters and talking about fictional characters and all that, so I'm super excited to fill out the questions.  But first, the rules! Answer every question honestly. (duh.) Use as many gifs and images as … Continue reading the fantastical and felicitous fictional character blog tag

my top five favorite Saunders-centric episodes of Combat!

While my favorite Combat! character is Doc (played by Conlan Carter, not Steven Rogers) I have a huge amount of respect and admiration for Sergeant Saunders (Vic Morrow).  And since this post is an entry in the Vic Morrow Blogathon, I'll be talking about my favorite episodes of Combat! that focus on Saunders.  It was … Continue reading my top five favorite Saunders-centric episodes of Combat!

the fugitive episode review: ‘nightmare at northoak’

This review is part of the 5th Annual Favorite TV Show Episode Blogathon. 'Nightmare at Northoak' was the first episode of The Fugitive I ever watched (or at least the first one I remember watching).  I do take issue with the title because, as you'll see, the nightmare doesn't really happen at Northoak - it's … Continue reading the fugitive episode review: ‘nightmare at northoak’

TURN: washington’s spies – my thoughts

After some serious binge-watching this morning and afternoon, I finished Season 3 of TURN: Washington's Spies.  I have mixed feelings about this series so, hello, blog post!  Be prepared for rambling and incoherence because this is basically going to be me working out my thoughts and feelings about the show (and I'm still not over … Continue reading TURN: washington’s spies – my thoughts