Queer writer & filmmaker based in Los Angeles.
Hungry Hungry Heartbreak
If you’re unlucky enough to endure the end of a romantic relationship during the end of the world (YEP, it's STILL not over!!!), here are some delicious treats and drinks sure to boost morale or at least distract from the crippling pain.
Feel Better, Thanks to Season Two
Season one of Channel 4 and Netflix’s coproduction Feel Good did not make me want to watch a second season. But it wasn't all bad. Mae Martin’s charisma as her auto-fictional character Mae was undeniable. As was their chemistry with the label-less, but often referred to as “straight”, closeted George (Charlotte Ritchie). The first season of the show painted their dynamic as a queer approach at a thirty-minute comedy about the growing pains of a relationship between two people in their late twenties/early thirties.
An Ancient Game and an Even More Decrepit Perspective
2020 was a rough year for all of us - but especially for new content releases. With the erratic stops and starts of production all over the world matched with the need for all to stay inside since March, by June, many of us had burned through all that Netflix, Hulu, HBO, Amazon Prime and Disney+ have to offer. When there is a new release – be it film or show – it is consumed swiftly, whether good, bad, or ugly. Most have disappointed, but we watch anyway, in horror and I personally, have stopped getting my hopes up.
Pegging Your Demons Away
The finale episode to the 12-part series of the Michaela Coel powerhouse, “I May Destroy You,” left most of us nauseous, concerned and on the verge of tears the whole thirty minutes – as per usual. A show so well-crafted and incredibly triggering needed to pack a few final punches before leaving us, its viewers, to shiver in fetal position and contemplate our sense of self until the series is *hopefully* renewed.