Clyde E. Dawkins
Born on March 18, 1985. I am an avid fan of sports and wrestling, and I've been a fan of female villains since the age of eight. Also love movies--especially comedy and horror--and among my favorite TV shows are The Simpsons and Family Guy
Villainess Review: Jennifer O'Brien (Supernatural)
The eighth season of Supernatural was quite a crazy one; for one, it was coming off Dean and Castiel ending up in Purgatory after eliminating Dick Roman (couldn't stand those damn Leviathans). While they do emerge in Season Eight, the home stretch of the season has Sam going through trials in a quest to keep all demons locked in Hell permanently. So this was quite a big year for Team Winchester, but that didn't mean we wouldn't see some wonderful one-off cases during this wild season.
One Year Later: Meeting Melina
It's so hard to believe that on this day one year ago, I actually met my all time favorite in women's wrestling, Melina Perez! I've been a fan of Melina since her memorable WWE main roster debut on April 14, 2005, and I've been blessed to have seen Melina in action for 17 years. This is regardless of promotion; she was in WWE for six years, and it's been followed by stints in the indy circuit, NWA, Impact Wrestling, and even an appearance on Lucha Underground.
Villainess Review: Wendy Bouchard (Fatal Family Reunion)
I was quite elated when I learned that this film, Fatal Family Reunion, would hit Lifetime Movie Network on Thanksgiving weekend, which has featured its share of amazing thrillers over the years. Another classic from Marvista, I learned about this film on their site a few months ago, and of course, it comes just two weeks after we were treated to one amazing villainess, and regarding this film, it also delivered.
The Iconic Career of Börje Salming
On November 24, 2022, Börje Salming, one of the most legendary figures in the history of the National Hockey League, passed away at the age of 71. As a diehard hockey fan, I am ashamed to say that my knowledge of this great man is quite small, but I would learn a lot about this amazing player in the last couple of years--especially in the last few weeks. Born Anders Börje Salming in Salmi, Sweden on April 17, 1951, Salming began his hockey career in his native country in 1967, playing three years for Karuna AIF before joining Brynäs IF in 1970, going on to win two championships in 1971 and 1972.
Chucky Review: "Chucky Actually"
Oh man! The last seven days were spent with great anticipation for this second season finale of Chucky. I still recall how the first season ender was so amazing, and I figured that the finale of the series' sophomore season would top that one. Boy, is that an understatement. So we start off with a replay of the final moments of the previous episode, which sees Dr. Mixter escape with Chucky, only for the doll to be shot and killed by Andy, though Mixter does get away. As the group wonders if Chucky's life is flashing before his eyes, we get a flashback to a young Charles Lee Ray's sessions with Mixter.
What's On the Horizon for Elektra Lopez?
I've been wanting to write a story about Elektra Lopez for a while now. Her young WWE career has fascinated me for a while, especially the big shocker from last year, when she went from a few appearances as an enhancement talent, to becoming a fierce villainess aligned with the Legado del Fantasma faction.
Tommy Oliver: the GOAT of Power Rangers
This hurts. This really hurts. I've been a Power Rangers fan since this amazing phenomenon kicked off all the way back in 1993, when I was only eight years old. I've seen many different Rangers for so many years, but the bottom line is, the absolute GOAT when it comes to the Power Rangers is, without question, Tommy Oliver. Sadly, we lost the man who gave us this iconic character, as on November 19, 2022, Jason David Frank passed away at the age of 49. The biggest understatement I could ever say is that Tommy was my favorite Ranger, because those five words just won't cut it. I need to give more than that, it's well deserved.
NFL Week 11 Recap: Loser Should Be Fired
So the game that seemed to get most of the attention featured two teams who are nowhere near the playoff line: the Las Vegas Raiders and the Denver Broncos. This was the second meeting between the clubs; the Raiders won the first meeting in Vegas, which was the Raiders' first win of the season. The reason why this matchup got a lot of attention is simple: these team have the biggest bumblers at head coach.
109th Grey Cup Recap: 18 and Victorious
Oh man, this one is special. As I'm writing this, I'm still on a huge happiness high from the game I just watched. On November 20, 2022, the 109th Grey Cup took place in Regina, Saskatchewan--the provincial capital's first time hosting the CFL's annual championship game since 2013, which saw the hometown Saskatchewan Roughriders capture the Cup. In this year's affair, the Toronto Argonauts faced off against the Winnpeg Blue Bombers, the first Grey Cup meeting between the clubs since 1950. For the Bombers, they were looking to win their third straight Grey Cup and become the first team to do so since the then-named Edmonton Eskimos won the 66th-70th Grey Cups. As for the Argos, they were looking to win the Cup for the first time since 2017.
A Deadly Delivery
On a Monday morning, a drone carrying a package is flying at a steady pace, heading to its proper destination: the home of Anna Serrano-Vance. Just as Anna is set to leave for work, she sees the package and expressed surprise, as she didn't recall ordering anything. Nevertheless, Anna picked up the package and, despite her earlier bewilderment, opens it, and it's suddenly followed by Anna screaming in horror.
Candace Cameron Bure: It's Always Something
When I was a kid, one of the many shows I grew up on was Full House. Like clockwork, every Tuesday night at 8:00 on ABC, I tuned in. We all know about that series; boasted a tremendous cast that included the Olsen Twins, John Stamos, Dave Coulier, Jodie Sweetin, and the late, great Bob Saget. The cast member this story focuses on is Candace Cameron Bure, who played Donna Jo "DJ" Tanner on that series, and reprised the role on the Netflix reboot/sequel series, Fuller House. I had known for a long time that Candace is the sister of another actor, Kirk Cameron, who had an ABC series of his own: Growing Pains. Of course, I would also learn what an absolute nut Kirk was, which included (but definitely wasn't limited to) getting co-star Julie McCullough fired just because she did Playboy. Even so, for years, I looked at Candace and had the same thought: "Thank God she isn't half as crazy as her brother."
Chucky Review: "Goin' to the Chapel"
Literally every fiber of my being that has enjoyed Chucky for over three decades is still beaming over what I watched in this penultimate episode of the second season. Picking up exactly where we left off in the previous episode, we see the body of the fallen Nadine taken away, while Dr. Mixter holds the protagonists at gunpoint and demands the (formerly) Good Chucky doll. After receiving the doll, it's followed by Mixter berating Good Chucky for being upset over killing Nadine, and afterwards, we see Kyle (along with Glenda) holding Mixter at gunpoint, and as a result, the foster siblings are finally back together for the first time this season. I'd be lying if I said I wasn't emotional upon seeing Andy and Kyle together again. As for Mixter, she suggested an actual exorcism to get Chucky's soul out of the Good Chucky doll, which would allow "Chucky Prime" to exit Nica and enter that vessel.