When Nicole sent me the recommendation for Greyhound last week, I was both a) intrigued, because the tape on the cover reminded me of Rainbow Rowell’s Eleanor & Park, and b) concerned, because the tape on the cover reminded me of Rainbow Rowell’s Eleanor & Park… …and let’s face it. Once you read Rainbow Rowell, it’s
NBC has cracked the formula of how to get me to actually watch a romantic comedy: Make a member of The State one of the leading characters! Fill the show with other comedians I also find funny (Casey Wilson, Tim Meadows), and you’ve got me in for at least a couple episodes.
I was going to write a post about how suburbs get a lot of unfair flack. But as I was looking through the Solid Gold Eats archive, I saw Sara’s post on why she loves living in SoBro. And I really like this method so much better. Because really, every part of
I am struggling to organize my digital life. And while there are several parts I could talk about (and most likely will at some point) right now the one that bugs me the most is my bookmarks. My biggest problem is self imposed. I don’t like keeping most of my bookmarks in
This is my favourite kind of weather- warm, rainy, at the peak of leaf season with just the right smell of fall in the air. I love boots and sweaters and haunted houses and apples and pumpkin everything and if that makes me sound a like a middle class white girl obsessed
This review is spoiler-free, containing only plot points found in the trailers. Walking into The Book Of Life, I had a single expectation: A visually stunning movie. I’m happy to say that it exceeded my expectations in the visual department, and on top of that was so much more. The plot of
I have enjoyed every season of American Horror story so far. Not generally being a fan of the horror genre, I was surprised at how much the show originally grabbed my attention. I still think that season one has been the strongest, but both Asylum and Coven were solid seasons as well.
The Flash premiered last week on The CW, and proved (to me) that it is possible to launch a comic book-related show with a solid foundation in a single episode. Unlike the frustrations I’ve had so far with Gotham, everything about The Flash clicks together very easily, telling a full, coherent story in
September 27th, 2014 marked the end of an era: the CW aired the last saturday morning cartoons on broadcast television. Gone are the days of eating a giant bowl of Luck Charms while laughing at the antics of Bugs and Daffy for hours on end. What will the children of the future
After watching the series premiere of Gotham last week, I struggled with my thoughts about it. I really wanted to like it, but just didn’t. At Pure Geekery Headquarters (not so much a physical location as a group chat on facebook), we kicked around the idea of writing two differing thoughts pieces