Paramore’s newest album, After Laughter, was released on May 12, and might just contain the 2017 Song of the Summer.
And you think, how can one take events of one night and turn it into 13 hour-long episodes? The result is a drawn-out, mundane story trying to pass as a mystery.
I didn’t plan on seeing Power Rangers and I didn’t plan on liking it, but we don’t always get what we expect.
This show is about feminism, family, friends, trust, hope, and sacrifice. It is about empowering one another. Most importantly though, it is about Kara.
When you’ve expected and come to accept the end of what has been a spectacular two years of entertainment, and then all of a sudden a bomb of epic proportions is thrown down at your feet, there really is not anything else to do except cry a lot, be happy and proud, and realize that... Continue Reading →
I wrote a letter to my representative and senator after the tragedy of the Pulse shooting in Orlando and with great sorrow, I have to say that neither of them responded to me. My closing sentiment was full of hope and my last bit of faith which was quickly lost as they failed. There was not even... Continue Reading →
I am angry today. As a little bit of an explanation of why I am seething right now: angry fanboys. To be more specific though, the angry fanboys who have made it their agenda, have joined together in one force and made it their lives’ mission to degrade the new Ghostbusters film that is to... Continue Reading →
Wynonna Earp came on the television scene in the knick of time this year and hinted at queer, specifically lesbian, representation from the start. In this time where the “bury your gays” trope has become a hard-hitting subject, Wynonna Earp has been a saving grace. Let’s just hope it stays that way. On Friday May... Continue Reading →