Saturday Night Live – possibly the best show in the entire world. While I don’t often stick around on Saturday nights to actually watch it on TV, I do spend lazy Sundays flipping through the various skits on my computer.
2017 has been the year of revivals. Beauty and the Beast gained widespread popularity, Pennywise the Clown came back to haunt us in It, and Sabrina the Teenage Witch is rumored to be getting a reboot. NBC also recently revealed
I’m one of those people that just doesn’t cry while watching movies. Don’t get me wrong, I understand why the tears start flowing when watching The Notebook. But I’m more of a bawling-when-watching-military-homecomings-than-when-actors-are-playing-out-sad-scenes type of gal. However, I might be meeting
There’s nothing I love more than a nice, big bucket of movie-style popcorn; artificially buttered, colored and salted. I always go for the jumbo size, with refills, because I never want to EVER brave that awful feeling when it seems
Halloween is quickly approaching, and naturally we dedicate the month of October to freaking ourselves out. Some people stay up binge watching scary movies until their eyes glaze over. Others choose to spend their weekends lost in a corn maze
If you’re a Mean Girls fans you know the importance of October 3rd. If you’re not, please watch the movie before reading this post, or for those of who who prefer it cliff note style, here’s a short clip from
In the early hours of the morning on December 10th, everyone’s favorite podcast returned, completely and totally unannounced. Like a Christmas present someone forgot to put under the tree or a Beyonce album that just shows up on iTunes, no
Hitachi recently announced that, in about three to four years, we could all be sitting on our couch in front of the TV, think about what we feel like watching, and the TV will change to that channel. Interesting, huh?