On February 28th, Popbuzz came out with an article titled "Netflix's New Horror Film Is So Scary, People Are Literally Switching It Off."
Dealing with the winter break in the Riverdale fandom is going to hit hard, especially with the underwhelming reveal of the Black Hood. But here’s the real news, it isn’t over yet. Which means, Svenson is likely not the killer, and once again the writers are directing our attention elsewhere.
After hearing conflicting opinions on the new Netflix original, Gerald’s Game, I finally sat down to watch it. The reviews I heard were anywhere from "It was boring and I didn’t enjoy it" all the way up to "I had to run to the bathroom to vomit." Obviously, I knew I wouldn’t be the latter, but I hoped not to be the former either. I’m a Stephen King fan, so for another one of his books to make it to the screen pleases me.
I never really considered the implications of a strike before. But now I can tell you with the utmost certainty, it sucks. Majorly.
Mainstream music has gotten pretty crappy since the early 2000’s. It’s inanely repetitive, and the only thing saving the lyrics is the beat backing them. That isn’t to demean every genre and song in existence, there are some really amazing bands still rocking music that has a deeper meaning with words that you can relate to.
Sadly, many provinces across Canada have areas that ban Pit Bulls – Ontario has them completely blacklisted, excluding ones that were already there. These bans greatly disappoint me as a Canadian from Ontario who adores every dog that will ever exist. Now, Quebec seeks to have them blacklisted as well.