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  • Tyler Callaway
    Published about 4 hours ago
    10 Actors to Play a Live-Action Carth Onasi

    10 Actors to Play a Live-Action Carth Onasi

    We're coming down the home stretch now in the KOTOR era. This is the beginning of the big three and the most exciting part. These have been really fun for me to make since I've wanted a movie of this franchise made for so long.
  • Carlos Guerra
    Published about 4 hours ago
    An MCU Without Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther

    An MCU Without Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther

    I wanted to allow a decent amount of time to pass before writing this, strictly out of respect for the Boseman family. It has been nearly two weeks since the entire world was caught off guard by the devastating news that Chadwick Boseman had succumbed to a four year battle with colon cancer. I myself had to take several minutes to digest the information when I first found out. I remember just standing in front of my girlfriend blankly staring at my cell phone in disbelief as if my heart had refused to accept the news headline that ran across the screen. There has been an abundance of deaths that have happened far sooner than expected over the course of the last few years. The Black Mamba, Kobe Bryant along with his daughter Gigi and the superbly talented hip-hop artist Juice Wrld to name a few. However, there was something about the loss of Chadwick that really hit home for people worldwide. The actor had just played a significant role in the finale of the greatest cinematic project of all time with both Avengers Infinity War & Avengers Endgame; with his portrayal as King of Wakanda, the Black Panther. His solo outing as the iconic comic book character raked in over a billion dollars in the box office alone. Even after the credits rolled for all four of these movies, the future for Boseman's Black Panther appeared as bright as could be.
  • Trevor Wells
    Published about 4 hours ago
    Lifetime Review: 'Pretty Cheaters, Deadly Lies'

    Lifetime Review: 'Pretty Cheaters, Deadly Lies'

    Hanna Fletcher (Keara Graves) and her cousin Madison Willits (Sydney Meyer) couldn't be more opposite if they tried. While Hanna is a diligent student working hard towards a college scholarship, Madison couldn't care less about her education--much to the outrage of her father Mike (Sebastien Roberts). But after Mike threatens to cut her off if she doesn't get into college, Madison turns to her studious cousin for help passing her college entrance exam--by taking it in her place.
  • Dana Bergstrasser
    Published about 4 hours ago
    Lily

    Lily

    April 1st 1990 Lily Potter sat shaken, she was shaking from the nasty letter she had just received from an owl only five minutes before. It was from Professor Dumbledore. It read
  • Anezka Smidlova
    Published about 5 hours ago
    Top 10 Christmas Movies You Should Watch This Year

    Top 10 Christmas Movies You Should Watch This Year

    I don’t care what anyone says...I wish it was Christmas today! And every day. I’m writing this in 2020, so as you surely can understand, I simply cannot wait for Santa to come and bring us some joy. We deserve it.
  • Matthew Vacanti
    Published about 5 hours ago
    4. Greetings from Haneda

    4. Greetings from Haneda

    The plane ride to Tokyo was going to be a long one, some fifty-five hundred miles non-stop, and conversating with this girl gave Logan something to do. Through conversation, he discovered that she was born and grew up in Florida then moved to Texas on a scholarship. After the program she was in ran out of money and the college not wanting to help, she expunged whatever funds she did have to try to make something work. The entire experience left her penniless and when she thought it was over, she started having blackouts while walking, which lead to a doctor explaining to her that she had diminished lung capacity from cancer. Her reasoning for coming to Japan was to not only take in the sites but to see if someone from the university could help her. She'd read the synapse in a journal in how the University of Tokyo was able to cure certain types of cancers using non-intrusive lasers, shrinking or destroying the chains that were infected. It was still considered highly experimental however the recovery rate was 10/10 so that was hopefull.
Staff Picks
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published 5 days ago
    'Gone With the Wind' and the cancel culture

    'Gone With the Wind' and the cancel culture

    In recent months there has been a shift in this nation. After the death of George Floyd, a lot of Americans began rethinking racism. The country trio Lady Antebellum changed their name to Lady A because the monicker was tied to the days of slavery. There were many reflections upon social justice and one of them was HBO stating they would no longer air the 1939 classic Gone With the Wind. Younger generations have expressed being troubled by what they considered as racist overtones in the movie that would not be appropriate today. Older people of all races who grew up watching the film feel differently about it. Before we give this legendary movie to the "Cancel Culture" let us first consider the African Americans who were part of the cast.
  • Anya
    Published 7 days ago
    Picasso's modernity through 'Les Demoiselles d'Avignon'

    Picasso's modernity through 'Les Demoiselles d'Avignon'

    Thinking back to the dear days of high school (sixth form) art history and the number of times my friend and I would make fun of Picasso and the modernists fills me with joy. That was the most fun we have had in a class during our 4 years at that school. Perhaps, our, at times, dismissive attitude towards serious subjects in art which were expressed in a different stylistic manner is reflective of a wider audience's reaction to such representations now. Even back in the 20th century Paris, Picasso did not reveal the painting above, Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, multiple years later after its completion, even though he was one of the pioneers of the avant-garde and was much appreciated for the work he was doing for the art world.
  • Passion Rumbaugh
    Published 8 days ago
    Red Moscato and Murder Podcasts

    Red Moscato and Murder Podcasts

    The Perfect Pairing Most people pair their fancy wines with some delicious food and take pictures for their twitter accounts or something of that nature. However, us normal people are wearing sweatpants, at home with a huge glass of cheap wine, and tuning into Netflix or in my case podcasts. More specifically, murder podcasts because who doesn't like a good murder story? I know I do, especially the creepy heinous ones. No one can seem to explain why murder documentaries are so addictive but we all know secretly its our guilty pleasure, and wine too. Therefore, the perfect-sweet yet affordable-pairing is undoubtedly Barefoot Red Moscato wine, and a good gruesome murder podcast.
  • Kiowa_Reads
    Published 13 days ago
    Bookish Fun For Everyone: Why Not Make It a Game? (The Book Tag)

    Bookish Fun For Everyone: Why Not Make It a Game? (The Book Tag)

    The community of bookish loving people on YouTube was a fast-growing community as the topic of books transformed from just reviews and lists to games and challenges. Now there are a plethora of activities that involve books and bookish topics and more are being created every day!
  • Neal Litherland
    Published 14 days ago
    Captain America is Chaotic Good

    Captain America is Chaotic Good

    During the second World War, a secret experiment aimed to create an army of super soldiers. Warriors who were enhanced to the peak of human performance, and then beyond. Only one candidate made it through the experiment before the doctor behind the formula was assassinated... Steve Rogers, the man who became Captain America.
  • Oladapo Bamidele
    Published 20 days ago
    What's a Film Without its Audience? How I Distributed My First Feature

    What's a Film Without its Audience? How I Distributed My First Feature

    I think the eventual question that dawns on the independent filmmaker today is: "How do you get an audience to see your movie?" It can be the worst feeling in this entire world, for any filmmaker, when he/she completes a grueling film project, only for its ultimate fate and end be a comfortable spot on a hard drive (which is where most independent film films actually ended up). Not to mention that it had only been watched by a few select friends and family. Thanks to free video sources like YouTube, which get such films some random kind of audience.
Featured Collections
Celebrities
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published about 8 hours ago
    'General' Hospital' flips the script and proves spoilers wrong

    'General' Hospital' flips the script and proves spoilers wrong

    When spoiler alerts say they have received information from a reliable source, or a set insider, the projection they make should be accurate. This was true at one time but increasingly, once dependable spoilers are now missing the mark at an alarming rate. Either the sites themselves are giving misleading information and printing fake news or their resources are lying. When you see a storyline go in the complete opposite direction of what had been stated you know something is very off.
  • Ross E Fortune Lombardi
    Published about 12 hours ago
    ALL CELEBRITIES ARE STILL ENTITLED TO BASIC HUMAN RIGHTS!

    ALL CELEBRITIES ARE STILL ENTITLED TO BASIC HUMAN RIGHTS!

    ! ALL CELEBRITIES ARE STILL ENTITLED TO BASIC HUMAN RIGHTS! CELEBRITIES ARE PEOPLE AS WELL! . Remember folks, .
  • Chandan Singh Rawat
    Published 3 days ago
    Top 20 Facts You Didn't Know About BTS

    Top 20 Facts You Didn't Know About BTS

    What makes bts special and what sets them apart from the other great boy bands of the world? Is they're different culturally and different ethically from all of them living together to their dream professions? Here are the list of top 20 facts you didn't know about bts.
Comics
Cosplay
  • Michelle Robinson
    Published 12 days ago
    The modern concept of Santa Claus cosplay costumes

    The modern concept of Santa Claus cosplay costumes

    Have you ever seen an old man wearing a red colored cap and red coat that has white fur at all edges? Yes. You have guessed it right, he is the most popular person among the Christians living all over the world. Most of the children under seven years of age get fascinated by the round glasses that the Santa wears and the pompom that hands with the cap that he wears. If we have a look at the most popular fictional characters of all times we will definitely see Santa Claus at the top of the list. Most of the people who believe in Santa Clause don’t know anything about his origin. In general he is known for giving gifts to the most obedient and polite kids of the world. The Santa Claus wears the dress to make the kids feel comfortable with him and so that the kids remember him. If you happen to visit an apparel store in the months of November and December you won’t find a store that has a special isle for the Santa Clause costumes and accessories. Not a single apparel manufacturer in the western world is there who does not make the Santa Claus dresses.
  • Marilyn Glover
    Published 24 days ago
    The Malevolent Salem

    The Malevolent Salem

    I was looking for something new to watch when the pandemic hit and my son introduced me to the American anime Rwby. It was an instant winner for me and I wasted no time watching all 7 chapters. I am now patiently waiting for chapter 8 to be released in November. Rwby, created by the late Monty Oum, is set in a futuristic world called Remnant. The story centers around 4 teenage girls who meet at Beacon Academy in a city called Vale. The girls, along with the other students, train to become warriors called hunters and huntresses. Ruby Rose, Weiss Schnee, Blake Belladonna and Yang Xiao Long make up team Rwby who set out to fight monsters called the Grimm and protect the people of Remnant.
  • Hannah Hess
    Published 24 days ago
    Teary Eyes

    Teary Eyes

    With the season of family gatherings coming up, and the COVID-19 pandemic in full gear, it becomes easy to lose the light in your life. These are scary times for all of us, not being able to do all of the activities we would like to do, not being able to see all of the people we want to see, and I’m sure we’ve all had our moments of feeling sad, maybe even depressed, thinking, “When will this all be over?”
Entertainment
  • robert massimi
    Published a day ago
    "Temping"

    "Temping"

    Robert M. Massimi. Theater put forth in these peculiar times. An immersive play that involves just one person, seated at a desk and working as a temp for an actuary firm. Like going to the office, you are given a desk, a computer, a phone and of course a Brother printer. Not an easy field to work in, being thrown into a desk as a temp with no knowledge of how an actuary does his job is part of the fun. The audience member is given instructions on how to answer messages, given further instructions on the computer and receives some of the wackiest of information via the Brother.
  • Brent Salmon
    Published a day ago
    Things I'm Passionate About Part 10

    Things I'm Passionate About Part 10

    This is part 10 of my series of things I’m passionate about and ideas for future stories and series, I hope you enjoy 1. Comics
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published a day ago
    'Boomerang' Thanksgiving Day Classic Cartoon Feast

    'Boomerang' Thanksgiving Day Classic Cartoon Feast

    If you are a classic cartoon lover, the Boomerang Network has a treat in store for you beginning on Thanksgiving Day. They will be airing 82 hours of nothing but the old school cartoons that baby boomers and their children grew up enjoying. From 10:00 AM on Thursday November 26 until 6:00 AM on Monday the 30th you can feast on the animated shows you have loved for generations. Some of them are currently on the Boomerang schedule but others you might not have viewed for many years. If you have other plans on Thanksgiving Day, you can tape the episodes you choose to watch later.
Fact Or Fiction
  • bella garcia
    Published 5 days ago
    handmaid's tale season 1

    handmaid's tale season 1

    Mexican delegates are visiting the Commanders home. It is to create partnerships in trade and the Gilead cultural movement. The boss of the Mexican delegation, Mrs. Castillo, is a woman. She questions Offred about her experience in Gilead. at first offred thought the boss was the man next to Castillo until the commander corrected her.
  • Louis choquet
    Published 8 days ago
    Is methamphetamine cooked in Breaking Bad chemically possible?

    Is methamphetamine cooked in Breaking Bad chemically possible?

    Yes and no. Walt's P2P formula is scientifically accurate, but with one crucial caveat. Although the actors have learned exactly how to make methamphetamine, what we are shown on screen MUST NOT be precise enough to allow a fan of the series to make methamphetamine! The producers of the series obviously didn't want to give people ideas about how to make methamphetamine, did they?
  • Pickacard
    Published 8 days ago
    In the Mountains

    In the Mountains

    Pepper? Why would I smell pepper in the middle of a mountain forest? I kept creeping between the trees trying to locate the source of the smell. It must be someone's deodorant or something because it was totally out of place. I let my nose guide me until I finally saw him.
How To
  • Geek Tricks
    Published about 6 hours ago
    How to chat by voice in the game Among Us

    How to chat by voice in the game Among Us

    Without a doubt, the best way to play the popular multiplayer game Among Us is with friends in voice chat. You can relay information much faster and, of course, get the advantage of seeing how people remember when they don't have the safety net of a keyboard behind them.
  • mDOJO
    Published 9 days ago
    How To Become a YouTuber

    How To Become a YouTuber

    Growing up, did you ever imagine that you could make money by posting videos of cutting random things in half to see what’s inside or by putting things in a blender? Today, It doesn’t sound so ridiculous.
  • Jay Cordero
    Published 10 days ago
    NaNoWriMo From a Beginner's Perspective

    NaNoWriMo From a Beginner's Perspective

    I know what you're thinking. "Isn't it kind of late to write about NaNoWriMo?" or maybe you're thinking, "what the hell is that?!" In any case, I have taken the time to talk about NaNoWriMo from the beginner's perspective.
List
  • Tyler Callaway
    Published about 4 hours ago
    10 Actors to Play a Live-Action Carth Onasi

    10 Actors to Play a Live-Action Carth Onasi

    We're coming down the home stretch now in the KOTOR era. This is the beginning of the big three and the most exciting part. These have been really fun for me to make since I've wanted a movie of this franchise made for so long.
  • Anezka Smidlova
    Published about 5 hours ago
    Top 10 Christmas Movies You Should Watch This Year

    Top 10 Christmas Movies You Should Watch This Year

    I don’t care what anyone says...I wish it was Christmas today! And every day. I’m writing this in 2020, so as you surely can understand, I simply cannot wait for Santa to come and bring us some joy. We deserve it.
  • Annie Kapur
    Published about 10 hours ago
    A Filmmaker's Guide to: Courtroom Dramas

    A Filmmaker's Guide to: Courtroom Dramas

    In this chapter of ‘the filmmaker’s guide’ we’re actually going to be learning about literature and film together. I understand that many of you are sitting in university during difficult times and finding it increasingly hard to study and I understand that many of you who are not at university or not planning on it are possibly stuck of what to do, need a break or even need to catch up on learning film before you get to the next level. This guide will be brief but will also contain: new vocabulary, concepts and theories, films to watch and we will be exploring something taboo until now in the ‘filmmaker’s guide’ - academia (abyss opens). Each article will explore a different concept of film, philosophy, literature or bibliography/filmography etc. in order to give you something new to learn each time we see each other. You can use some of the words amongst family and friends to sound clever or you can get back to me (email in bio) and tell me how you’re doing. So, strap in and prepare for the filmmaker’s guide to film studies because it is going to be one wild ride.
Movie
  • Carlos Guerra
    Published about 4 hours ago
    An MCU Without Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther

    An MCU Without Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther

    I wanted to allow a decent amount of time to pass before writing this, strictly out of respect for the Boseman family. It has been nearly two weeks since the entire world was caught off guard by the devastating news that Chadwick Boseman had succumbed to a four year battle with colon cancer. I myself had to take several minutes to digest the information when I first found out. I remember just standing in front of my girlfriend blankly staring at my cell phone in disbelief as if my heart had refused to accept the news headline that ran across the screen. There has been an abundance of deaths that have happened far sooner than expected over the course of the last few years. The Black Mamba, Kobe Bryant along with his daughter Gigi and the superbly talented hip-hop artist Juice Wrld to name a few. However, there was something about the loss of Chadwick that really hit home for people worldwide. The actor had just played a significant role in the finale of the greatest cinematic project of all time with both Avengers Infinity War & Avengers Endgame; with his portrayal as King of Wakanda, the Black Panther. His solo outing as the iconic comic book character raked in over a billion dollars in the box office alone. Even after the credits rolled for all four of these movies, the future for Boseman's Black Panther appeared as bright as could be.
  • Abbey Wackrow
    Published about 6 hours ago
    Romantic Movies Guaranteed to Give You Butterflies

    Romantic Movies Guaranteed to Give You Butterflies

    There are many people who literally hate romantic movies, one reason for that is that in today’s casual world people rarely trust others and put on a shield on their hearts to not get hurt. But whatever you do, love will find its way to you when the time is right!
  • Annie Kapur
    Published about 9 hours ago
    The Handmaiden (2016)

    The Handmaiden (2016)

    In this article, we will be looking at 2019’s book “1001 Movies to See Before You Die” and going through each film in a random order that I have chosen. We will be looking at what constitutes this film to be on the list and whether I think this film deserves to be here at all. I want to make perfectly clear that I won’t be revealing details from this book such as analyses by film reporters who have written about the film in question, so if you want the book itself you’ll have to buy it. But I will be covering the book’s suggestions on which films should be your top priority. I wouldn’t doubt for a second that everyone reading this article has probably watched many of these movies anyway. But we are just here to have a bit of fun. We’re going to not just look at whether it should be on this list but we’re also going to look at why the film has such a legacy at all. Remember, this is the 2019 version of the book and so, films like “Joker” will not be featured in this book and any film that came out in 2020 (and if we get there, in 2021). So strap in and if you have your own suggestions then don’t hesitate to email me using the address in my bio. Let’s get on with it then.
Pop Culture
  • Kiahra Sadberry
    Published 3 days ago
    A Clockwork Orange | Analysis 2

    A Clockwork Orange | Analysis 2

    Even before I saw “A Clockwork Orange,” I had always wondered why the individual on the cover had a long eyelash on one side, only. I think I may have found the answer, however, we must first look at a few other details before analyzing this.
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published 4 days ago
    The seventh son of a seventh son

    The seventh son of a seventh son

    In the cover photo are seven brothers and one stands out because he is dressed differently from the others and does not have a mustache as the six do. In society there is another reason that one brother out of seven is considered to be significant. I was recently watching the movie The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad and heard a man say that someone among the group was the seventh son of a seventh son. I’ve heard this wording before and assumed it meant there was something special about the seventh of a group of brothers. I decided to investigate and found out some things that were quite interesting. This phrase is a concept from folklore, myths, and legends during the days when women were more likely to give birth to a large number of children.
  • Fergus Jeffs
    Published 6 days ago
    Hollywood Gets Hoop Dreams

    Hollywood Gets Hoop Dreams

    I don't know about you, but if someone asked me to name a movie about basketball, my mind would immediately go to Space Jam. Space Jam, the film where Michael Jordan has to team up with the Looney Tunes to help them win a basketball match against a team of space aliens that have stolen the mojos of notable NBA players. It may sound ridiculous, but it does make sense that I choose the film that features the most iconic basketball player of all time making his big-screen debut in the most successful basketball film of all time. Grossing $230 million in 1996 to become the 12th-highest-grossing film of the year, with an accompanying soundtrack album that went 6x platinum, and an official website that you can still visit today, Space Jam was a pop culture phenomenon.
Review
  • Trevor Wells
    Published about 4 hours ago
    Lifetime Review: 'Pretty Cheaters, Deadly Lies'

    Lifetime Review: 'Pretty Cheaters, Deadly Lies'

    Hanna Fletcher (Keara Graves) and her cousin Madison Willits (Sydney Meyer) couldn't be more opposite if they tried. While Hanna is a diligent student working hard towards a college scholarship, Madison couldn't care less about her education--much to the outrage of her father Mike (Sebastien Roberts). But after Mike threatens to cut her off if she doesn't get into college, Madison turns to her studious cousin for help passing her college entrance exam--by taking it in her place.
  • Shalinn Yeap
    Published about 6 hours ago
    One of the Best Shoujo Animes of the 2000s – ToraDora!

    One of the Best Shoujo Animes of the 2000s – ToraDora!

    Even though the reason behind my revisit of the anime, ToraDora!, still remains unknown, it’s definitely safe to say that this anime is timeless, beautiful, and will forever remain as a truly pure example of how moving and immersive shoujo animes were in the 2000s.
  • Shalinn Yeap
    Published about 6 hours ago
    A Little Too Good, A Little Underrated: I Don't Love You Yet

    A Little Too Good, A Little Underrated: I Don't Love You Yet

    Controversial statements aren’t necessarily the best way to start off a review. However, I think that a fair number of people who consume Japanese dramas can agree that quality romantic-comedies of its kind are certainly far and few between. A huge reason as to why this is so, is mainly due to the fact that many of these dramas are based off of popular manga series. While the original artworks may have been excellent, I have found that many drama adaptations often pale in comparison. Most of them are so focused on imitating the original manga that they’re based upon that the overall delivery of everything ultimately ends up falling flat. This often results in cringe-worthy exaggerations and terribly storytelling.
Superheroes
  • Will Jack
    Published 2 days ago
    Why Wolverine Shouldn’t Be Recast

    Why Wolverine Shouldn’t Be Recast

    With Disney buying FOX and the theatrical rights to the X-Men finally once again falling under Marvel at the House Of Mouse the rumour of a new X-Men film and specifically a recasting of the Wolverine character is stronger than ever. It goes without saying that Hugh Jackman has immortalised his version of the character and I’d say it can be safely stated that his portrayal of the mutant was always a highlight of FOX’s X-Men franchise. Speculation of who might take up the mantle from Jackman have circulated since the Release of Logan in 2017 with stars such as Tom Hardy, Keanu Reeves and Scott Eastwood all being involved. However, I think the idea of a recast might be a bad idea…
  • Will Jack
    Published 2 days ago
    Explaining FOX's Confusing X-Men Movie Timeline (Revisited)

    Explaining FOX's Confusing X-Men Movie Timeline (Revisited)

    This article was originally written in 2017, I have now come back to this and updated it to include the entire FOX X-Men timeline.
  • Denise Shelton
    Published 3 days ago
    Which of These 10 Toxic Social Media Superheroes Are You?

    Which of These 10 Toxic Social Media Superheroes Are You?

    Everybody, including me, loves superheroes. One of the reasons we like them, however, is because they’re fictional. They stretch the imagination and have talents and abilities about which we clumsy mortals can only dream, but we don’t have to live with one.
Tv
  • C.R. Hughes
    Published about 14 hours ago
    Why Did the Glee writers Hate Black Men?

    Why Did the Glee writers Hate Black Men?

    If you have read some of my other stories I've posted on here, you probably know that I am a big Glee fan. My love for Glee, however, does not absolve the show of some of the problematic behaviors it exhibited during its run. One of the most problematic being the show's bias and outright aversion to Black men. During its six season run, the show only managed to feature two Black male characters as part of the main cast and even then, there were many problems surrounding their characterization. From my perspective, Glee had three overarching problems when it came to their approach to portraying Black men.
  • Geek Tricks
    Published a day ago
    5 best alternatives to Netflix in Brazil (even if you don't live there)

    5 best alternatives to Netflix in Brazil (even if you don't live there)

    One of the most widely used services today, Netflix has a big advantage over technology. Streaming plays content very well on computers, smartphones, Smart TVs and etc., always according to the quality of the user's internet. That is, the transmission hardly stops because of it.
  • Chandan Singh Rawat
    Published a day ago
    Top 10 Best Korean Dramas 2020

    Top 10 Best Korean Dramas 2020

    2020 might not be our year but thanks to these new Korean Dramas, we found an escape from the reality we all didn’t see coming. Now let’s dive right in and checkout ten of this year’s greatest dramas that South Korea has gifted us.
Vintage
  • Meagan J. Meehan
    Published 5 days ago
    The Odd and Infamous History of Punch and Judy

    The Odd and Infamous History of Punch and Judy

    Punch and Judy is one of the most famous puppet shows in the world; it has entertained audiences across the globe for centuries. The exploits of Mr. Punch and his wife, Judy, are usually performed in short scene sequences and generally culminate in one of the characters being comically beaten. Although the roots of the show were not started in England, “Punch and Judy” has become eternally linked with the English seaside culture due to the wild popularity of the shows performed in these locations.
  • Annie Kapur
    Published 6 days ago
    Casablanca (1942)

    Casablanca (1942)

    In this article, we will be looking at 2019’s book “1001 Movies to See Before You Die” and going through each film in a random order that I have chosen. We will be looking at what constitutes this film to be on the list and whether I think this film deserves to be here at all. I want to make perfectly clear that I won’t be revealing details from this book such as analyses by film reporters who have written about the film in question, so if you want the book itself you’ll have to buy it. But I will be covering the book’s suggestions on which films should be your top priority. I wouldn’t doubt for a second that everyone reading this article has probably watched many of these movies anyway. But we are just here to have a bit of fun. We’re going to not just look at whether it should be on this list but we’re also going to look at why the film has such a legacy at all. Remember, this is the 2019 version of the book and so, films like “Joker” will not be featured in this book and any film that came out in 2020 (and if we get there, in 2021). So strap in and if you have your own suggestions then don’t hesitate to email me using the address in my bio. Let’s get on with it then.
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published 9 days ago
    Thanksgiving has a unique connection with Mary had a little lamb

    Thanksgiving has a unique connection with Mary had a little lamb

    The Thanksgiving holiday has something unique in common with the children's poem Mary had a little lamb. Both of them came about because of the same woman. She was born Sarah Josepha Buell in Newport, New Hampshire. Her father, Captain Gordon Buell, was a Revolutionary War veteran. Sarah was homeschooled by her mother Martha Whittlesay Buell and her older brother Horatio who had attended Dartmouth College. In 1811 Sarah became a schoolteacher and that same year met David Hale whom she wed on October 23, 1813. The couple had five children but sadly, after only 9 years of marriage David Hale passed away in 1822.
Zombies
  • Fee Onipede
    Published 2 months ago
    Why The Walking Dead will Live on Forever

    Why The Walking Dead will Live on Forever

    The Walking Dead Will Live on Forever! By Fee Onipede Here we are, 7 days away from the premiere of the 10th Season Finale episode of The Walking Dead, and for me and many other true diehard fans, it feels almost like Halloween Night 2010. I was saddened to read that the upcoming 11th season would be it’s last, but unlike so many other series that have gone off into the sunset with a whimper, the Walking Dead most certainly will not!
  • Brian Anonymous
    Published 2 months ago
    My Review of "#Saraitda aka #Alive"

    My Review of "#Saraitda aka #Alive"

    #Saraitda aka #Alive is a movie that came out of nowhere on Netflix. It's kind of perfect timing for such a movie to come out too. It's basically a zombie horror movie that's implements elements of modern realities. In a way it's kind of confusing as to categorize this movie. It's got elements of comedy, drama, romance and horror. There's something for everyone in this movie but not focusing on something specifically to say that it is catered toward a certain demographic.
  • Ferrari King
    Published 3 months ago
    The Tow Truck Driver and the Zombies

    The Tow Truck Driver and the Zombies

    This is the Story of Mark Bainer and a brief account about what happened to the Tow truck drivers after the Zombie outbreak