This summer is kind of weird. It didn’t feel like summer, so I forgot up to this point that summer is the time for horror
Last week, I somehow flung my glasses off my face and broke it, so the next day, I had no choice, being ridiculously myopic, but
I spent most of May being super excited about a new rom-com starring Randall Park and Ali Wong called Always Be My Maybe, much more
I’m in the mood to rewatch Pride and Prejudice (2005) for like the 200th time. Instead of doing that, because it is a fairly long
*Spoiler-Free* Joining the insurgence of shows featuring unconventional female friendships and empowerment is one of Netflix’s newest original series, Dead to Me, composed of ten
*Spoilers Ahead If you haven’t seen Bird Box, one of many trending original productions on Netflix, then you’re probably living with a blindfold over your eyes,
*Spoilers ahead* Why yes, I have waited until after Thanksgiving to finally, finally get to my review of Netflix’s original horror series, The Haunting of Hill House, which
Lara Jean of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before has written love letters to some pretty amazing guys–but only one is actually meant for you.