It’s been a few months since we’ve received any new content for season three of HBO’s Westworld. And then, out of the blue, a teaser trailer was dropped out of the blue along with a release date for the season premiere.
With the recent release of the Jefferee Star and Shane Dawson documentary series, there has been an increased awareness of the material and therefore, environmental cost of producing cosmetics. That being said, I believe that Project Pan is now more important than it ever has been before.
You’ve probably heard his name before. What image does it conjure for you? A brutal hate crime? A martyr? And if you have not heard his name till now, I’m sure that you have heard stories all too similar to his because there are far too many of them. Matthew’s is not the first, nor is it the last.
I recently had the pleasure of seeing Quentin Tarantino’s new film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood in theaters. I thoroughly enjoyed the film. It was perhaps not what people come to expect from Tarantino’s fare, but it still carried the hallmarks of one of his wonderful pieces of art. It has amazing dialogue, fabulous acting from its star studded cast and the cinematography, as always, is beautiful.
The first time I watched Breaking Bad was back when it was still on air. I was younger then, perhaps a little more sensitive and less jaded than I am now. Six years after the series finale I have finally finished the first season of Breaking Bad and I’ve immortalized my thoughts for the internet.
I’ve struggled with even beginning to write this since the Game of Thrones season finale aired a few months back. Not because the content of the show made it difficult to write, but simply because writing this feels like it makes it real. Publishing this is letting go of everything the show, and to an extent, the franchise, (where’s our book, George?) has brought me. But months later, I’m still thinking about how this final season went down and the general reaction to it and how my reaction fits into all of it.