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“Once you’ve blown someone’s dad, you realize they’re not that scary.” [Wow that sounds absolutely batshit out of context.] Genre: Time-Jump Fish Out Of Water Crazyness Release Date: 2022 Where I Watched: Netflix Gist: Stephanie Conway was a new kid … Continue reading
“What eats gold coins?” [Ooh, I think I know! – Eds] Genre: Holiday Horrors Release Date: 2012Where I Watched: Vudu Gist: Keening, Massachusetts hasn’t had a Saint Patrick’s Day festival in decades. Sixty, to be exact. Ever since a killer … Continue reading
“Why is there so much wrong in the world that no one knows about? “‘It’s easier to believe stories that make us feel safe.’ Genre: Based-On BiodramaRelease Date: 2018Where I Watched: Netflix Talky talk: Based on the nonfiction book The … Continue reading
“I didn’t choose to be fabulous. Fabulous chose me.” [WERK] Genre: YA Fabulousness Release Date: 2017 Where I Watched: Netflix Talky talk: Directed by Trudy Styler (aka Sting’s muse) in her feature film directorial debut, it’s no wonder this film … Continue reading
“I! Like! Turtles!” Genre: Actiony Rom-com Release Date: 2015Where I Watched: Netflix Talky Talk: This might become a VD tradition around here. Hey, I’m interrupting my night because I want to clue you in on this hidden gem immediately. That … Continue reading
Genre: Documentary Release Date: 2003 Where I Watched: Amazon Prime This documentary popped up in my Prime queue, and I jumped on it. Like the incredible Horror Noire, Century takes a look at the sadly neglected history of black cinema, … Continue reading
“Hey Bobby Terry? You SCROOOOOOD IT UP!” JFC this series is tanking. Hard. As a long time fan, I watch and look out for things I know are coming. I want to see what will be different, and what the … Continue reading
“*achoo* Excuse me. Allergies.” I adore The Stand. I used to read it every single year. And when the expanded edition came out, I snapped it up the instant it was available. It’s one of my top three favorite books, … Continue reading
This story of Marie Curie blends biopic with fictional clips of how radium has affected the world, both good (radiation therapy) and ill (Hiroshima, Chernobyl). While the clips are interesting and pulled at my curiosity, Radioactive would have been a … Continue reading