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  • Mimo le Singe
    Published about 2 hours ago
    TV Talk: 'The Toy Castle' (2000-3)

    TV Talk: 'The Toy Castle' (2000-3)

    I used to watch plenty of television shows as a child, but one, in particular, that had always fascinated me was The Toy Castle. If you are a 90s kid from Canada like I am, chances are you'll either remember it fondly or will have tried very hard to block out memories of the production's supposedly terrifying acting style.
  • Cyn's Workshop
    Published about 3 hours ago
    Review of 'Mayhem'
  • Trevor Wells
    Published about 7 hours ago
    Documentary Review: 'Flying Paper'

    Documentary Review: 'Flying Paper'

    On the Gaza Strip in Palestine, a group of children face daily hardship in the form of an ongoing war. With violent sieges being a constant threat to their lives, the youth of Gaza find comfort and hope through a shared love: making and flying kites, the same pastime their families used to get through troubled times. Even as the world around them becomes bleak, the colorful kites they fly gives them a renewed optimism for the future.
  • Mae McCreery
    Published about 7 hours ago
    The Haunted Mansion

    The Haunted Mansion

    Disney’s The Haunted Mansion
  • Matthew Buck
    Published about 7 hours ago
    Review - Frozen 2

    Review - Frozen 2

    After it's early release in the US, "Frozen 2" has just arrived for home streaming via Disney + worldwide, so I thought now was a good time to take a look at the movie that had the unenviable task of following the highest grossing animation film of all time.
  • Marielle Sabbag
    Published about 7 hours ago
    Coco - A Movie Review

    Coco - A Movie Review

    If we get to the concert on time maybe they play the song ‘Remember Me’.
Staff Picks
  • Kristi Jacobsen
    Published 2 days ago
    How Joining a Book Club During Quarantine Helped Me Become a Better Person

    How Joining a Book Club During Quarantine Helped Me Become a Better Person

    I've always been an avid reader. In fact, with the books currently in my parents' storage and my bookshelves, we could probably create a small library.
  • Entertainment Ranked
    Published 3 days ago
    Every Batman Movie Ranked Worst to Best

    Every Batman Movie Ranked Worst to Best

    Batman is like the James Bond of superheroes. It’s hard to imagine a time when they’ll ever stop making Batman movies. Between now and 2022, there’s even going to be three live action Batman’s, as if one wasn’t enough.
  • Nuriya Shoro
    Published 6 days ago
    British Black Artists

    British Black Artists

    If I were not in my twenties and attempting to budget like a proper adult, I would have spent the majority of my money on artwork by now. Instead I have developed a slight addiction to scrolling through Instagram for hours on end, flicking from artist to artist and admiring their work. Additionally, if I see a piece of artwork that I like in a gallery or museum, I’ll purchase it in the form of a postcard or print, as this is the most efficient way of cluttering my walls with artwork without spending lots of money. However, I have not taken much time to notice how whitewashed my Instagram art feed and my wall of postcards have both become. Without even noticing, I have severely disregarded the lack of diversity in the artists that I admire and purchase from.
  • Art-Peeter Roosve
    Published 22 days ago
    'EuroTrip': The Odd Art Form Of Doing Stupid In A Clever Way

    'EuroTrip': The Odd Art Form Of Doing Stupid In A Clever Way

    Back in the mid '00s, one of our middle school teachers decided to show us a movie for the last class of semester. Clearly well intentioned and looking for something youth oriented and educational, she had found a movie called EuroTrip. Safe to say, that much like Scotty in the film, she didn’t know. And, as pop punk Matt Damon cameo jumped on stage to sing about what it was exactly that Scotty didn’t know about, it was kind of too late to do anything about this little romp across a highly caricatured Europe we were about to take. It was dumb, it was fun and shameless almost to a point of being strangely endearing. It was — for (or despite of) all intents and purposes — an oddly perfect moment in time.
  • malin evita
    Published 23 days ago
    Pride 2020:Three LGBTQ+ TV-Series You Have To Watch Right Now

    Pride 2020:Three LGBTQ+ TV-Series You Have To Watch Right Now

    It’s Pride Month! Yup, there’s a lot going on in the world right now so I wouldn’t blame you if it flew over your head. With the protests happening across the globe, it’s a good time to remind us all that Pride began as a riot against police brutality on the LGBTQ+ community, and it was lead by queer black women. So, no. Pride is not cancelled. More than ever, this is a time we should spend echoing and amplifying what our LGBTQ+ ancestors were fighting for at Stonewall in 1969.
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published 28 days ago
    The Peanuts Gang can shed light on today's racial issues

    The Peanuts Gang can shed light on today's racial issues

    In light of what is going on in America in 2020, we could all take a step back and remember lessons taught to us by the integration of the Peanuts gang. It began with Harriet Glickman, who was an African American school teacher. She died in March of this past year. Glickman contacted Charles Shultz in 1968 after the death of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. because she was concerned with race relations in the United States. She expressed her concern that there were no African American children in the Charlie Brown cartoons and in that same year Shultz introduced a little black boy named Franklin to his cast of characters.
Featured Collections
Celebrities
  • Narleysia Nicolee
    Published about 10 hours ago
    Any love is worth yourself?
  • Ema Kravanja
    Published a day ago
    MARGOT ROBBITE: Thirty and thriving

    MARGOT ROBBITE: Thirty and thriving

    I was about 17 when I went through this period where I was obsessed with Australian TV. I would watch Neighbours and Home & Away all the time. Around that time the trailer for the new Martin Scorsese film The Wolf of Wall Street came out. There was this actress I recognised, I just couldn’t find out where I knew her from. And then it hit me! I was Donna from Neighbours! Ever since I would go and see everything this woman was in; she became my idol, my inspiration, my motivation to work on my craft and a living proof that no matter how humble your beginnings are, you can achieve anything with discipline and hard work.
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published a day ago
    'The Young and the Restless' Mark Grossman and Sharon Case in real-life romance

    'The Young and the Restless' Mark Grossman and Sharon Case in real-life romance

    Soaps She Knows recently revealed that two of the cast of The Young and the Restless have announced some pretty amazing news. Mark Grossman and Sharon Case who portray Adam Newman and Sharon Newman have gone public with the fact that they are dating offscreen. The spoiler says when Grossman first came to the CBS daytime drama he did a screen test with Case and the chemistry was undeniable. It's possible that art will now imitate life and that Sharon and Adam will end up together in Genoa City. There are a lot of fans who were disappointed when Adam first came back to town and he and Sharon did not renew their relationship.
Comics
  • Mae McCreery
    Published 3 days ago
    I am Iron Man
  • Alexandrea Sams
    Published 4 days ago
    Doctor Strange

    Doctor Strange

    So all over nerd groups everywhere you will find the debate, who would win Scarlet Witch or Doctor Strange? And while the fact remains that the answer is Scarlet Witch to many people don’t know why, so today we are here with the Doctor Strange side of the argument.
  • Kristy Anderson
    Published 23 days ago
    5 Characters Evan Peters Could Be Playing In 'WandaVision'

    5 Characters Evan Peters Could Be Playing In 'WandaVision'

    Marvel fans are in a spin over the news that American Horror Story actor Evan Peters has been cast in a top-secret role in upcoming Disney Plus series WandaVision.
Cosplay
  • Charmaine van der Merwe
    Published 19 days ago
    Cosplay

    Cosplay

    One thing I miss greatly is the dress-up parties that we had with our family at functions: Halloween, Birthday and New Year's parties.
  • Mark Wesley Pritchard
    Published about a month ago
    Pre-Quarantine Moments: Fayetteville, AR Comic Show

    Pre-Quarantine Moments: Fayetteville, AR Comic Show

    In case you haven’t noticed, a majority of conventions, not only here in this country, but in other contries, have other been postponed to later in the year, summer, or cancelled altogether. I’ve recently asked cosplayers on my social media pages if they felt comfortable or nervous about attending a con this year. A large number of people said that they’re mostly concerned about bad hygiene from others. I’ve been a cosplayer for about six years and I’m really big on hygiene. I make sure that I take a shower before attending a convention and taking another one when I get home from one. In my opinion, hygiene is something that all cons should address and there should be strict rules about that to prevent others from getting sick. Also, they should have social distancing measures implemented. I’m confident of attending a con this year, but doing it safely and responsibly.
  • Lisa Suhay
    Published about a month ago
    A pandemic pirate tale

    A pandemic pirate tale

    Yo ho ho and a bottle of hand sanitizer! Settle in me hardies for the tale of the Black Raven’s piratical pandemic adventures on land. Let's see what happens when the Queen Anne’s Revenge and the Black Raven are in Davey Jones' Lockdown.
Entertainment
  • Hayley Dodwell
    Published a day ago
    The Sound of Music; Forever Loved!

    The Sound of Music; Forever Loved!

    Who doesn't love The Sound of Music?! It's my all time favourite film, and I will happily watch and thoroughly enjoy watching it every year, usually at Christmas. In fact my Christmas is never complete without a viewing of my favourite film! The hills are alive with the sound of music, well, my living room certainly!!
  • Sean Patrick
    Published a day ago
    Movie Review: 'Hamilton' Arrives on Disney Plus

    Movie Review: 'Hamilton' Arrives on Disney Plus

    I have a confession to make, I am incredibly jealous of those who get to see first run Broadway shows. Whether it is because I hate to hear of an arts conversation that I cannot be part of, or because I am jealous of the reactions of my peers who do get that first hand experience, I have, in the past, and in an immature fashion, slagged off Broadway presentations as if they weren’t important cultural moments. It was purely spiteful and I own that.
  • Mathilde Clemence Personne
    Published 4 days ago
    Beetlejuice's Craziness is as Valid as Feelings are

    Beetlejuice's Craziness is as Valid as Feelings are

    When I watched Beetlejuice–the movie–for the first time, I wasnt older than eight years old. I will always remember the enthusiasm of my dad.
Fact Or Fiction
  • E. Lloyd K
    Published 15 days ago
    76, Clancy's journey, an excerpt from the story.

    76, Clancy's journey, an excerpt from the story.

    76, Clancy’s journey is a work of fiction. Happy reading.
  • Dr. Dillion Veck
    Published about a month ago
    YouTube satanic cult, conspiracy

    YouTube satanic cult, conspiracy

    Ok guys as you can guess from the name of my channel this is gonna be about conspiracies, and while I do have a team for traveling and investigative of more paranormal conspiracies Jenkins, and Joey, they are under house right now for a few days due to traveling out of state (since this corona virus fear) but we will do investigations on paranormal conspiracies once my teammates are cleared to leave again.
  • Chelsea Hoffman
    Published 2 months ago
    Is YouTuber Lillee Jean promoting pedophilia to underage fans?

    Is YouTuber Lillee Jean promoting pedophilia to underage fans?

    YouTube vlogger Lillee Jean Trueman is no stranger to controversy. She is most notably known for allegedly purchasing most of her Instagram following, as well as some of her YouTube fans. If you've followed this internet celebrity at all over the past few months, you're probably well-aware of the antics of her and her momager Laur Trueman. From censoring bloggers and threatening people on social media, the mother-daughter-duo is quite a team -- such a team that it's hard to tell who's doing a better job of ruining Lillee's reputation. If you thought the follower-fiasco was bad, the latest news in Lillee Jean's saga is downright shocking. Now the young YouTuber is being accused of promoting child-adult romance to the few authentic fans that she has -- many of which are presumably underage.
How To
  • Brooke Le Breton
    Published 2 days ago
    Reading in a Pandemic

    Reading in a Pandemic

    So, we are all well aware by now that the world is not doing too well. Things aren’t great to say the least. We are living in an anxiety fuelled time, which doesn’t make creativity or concentrating particularly easy. Lots of people have been expressing their struggles with reading over the past few weeks, and I really relate. Studying English Literature as my degree means I couldn’t afford to stop reading completely, so I have had to come up with strategies to keep myself absorbing the words. Today, I want to share some of these tips in the hopes that maybe it will help a few people get reading again!
  • Larry Peemier
    Published 15 days ago
    How to be better at trading Yugioh cards with your friends

    How to be better at trading Yugioh cards with your friends

    Hey, you. That's right, you. I bet you're here because you keep failing at trading Yugioh cards. Sometimes a friend will end up walking away with two or three more cards than you feel comfortable with. Afterwards, I bet your pride hurts; that's fine. I understand. I'm here to help you out and teach you a couple of cool tips and tricks you can try out when it comes to asserting yourself, your intentions, and ultimately walking out on top.
  • Patrick Robinson
    Published 17 days ago
    Best Tips To Buy Cheap Tickets For Any Event

    Best Tips To Buy Cheap Tickets For Any Event

    Do you love attending events and shows? Are you a party freak? Do you enjoy watching a movie on the day it gets released? If your answer to any of the questions is yes, then you might end up spending a lot of money on buying the tickets to various events and shows in Garland or wherever you live.
List
  • Greg Seebregts
    Published about 8 hours ago
    Scooby Doo's 5 Bravest Moments

    Scooby Doo's 5 Bravest Moments

    Scooby Doo is a juggernaut of children's entertainment; the dopey dog has been entertaining families for decades with no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
  • Entertainment Ranked
    Published 3 days ago
    Every Batman Movie Ranked Worst to Best

    Every Batman Movie Ranked Worst to Best

    Batman is like the James Bond of superheroes. It’s hard to imagine a time when they’ll ever stop making Batman movies. Between now and 2022, there’s even going to be three live action Batman’s, as if one wasn’t enough.
  • Sean Patrick
    Published 7 days ago
    Will Ferrell His Five Best and Five Worst Movies

    Will Ferrell His Five Best and Five Worst Movies

    I remember a time in my life when Will Ferrell was funny… I think. No, I am pretty sure it happened. It’s been a while, but I am almost certain that Will Ferrell was funny once during my lifetime. I think my memory is clouded because the last several times I have seen Will Ferrell on the big screen it has been astonishingly unpleasant. Movies like The House, Holmes and Watson and 2020’s Downhill are movies so bad that they’ve almost entirely obscured what I used to enjoy about Will Ferrell.
Movie
  • Mae McCreery
    Published about 7 hours ago
    The Haunted Mansion

    The Haunted Mansion

    Disney’s The Haunted Mansion
  • Matthew Buck
    Published about 7 hours ago
    Review - Frozen 2

    Review - Frozen 2

    After it's early release in the US, "Frozen 2" has just arrived for home streaming via Disney + worldwide, so I thought now was a good time to take a look at the movie that had the unenviable task of following the highest grossing animation film of all time.
  • Craig York
    Published a day ago
    "Well that was a mistake.": A Bad Movie Review of Spiceworld (1997, Bob Spiers)

    "Well that was a mistake.": A Bad Movie Review of Spiceworld (1997, Bob Spiers)

    This was a mistake. A very big mistake. I wish I never ever remembered that this even existed. This movie, is a huge random mess. I cannot comprehend how this film came into being, how any decent writer, director or producer would come up with such an insane drug trip, that would put David Lynch to shame.
Pop Culture
Review
  • Trevor Wells
    Published about 7 hours ago
    Documentary Review: 'Flying Paper'

    Documentary Review: 'Flying Paper'

    On the Gaza Strip in Palestine, a group of children face daily hardship in the form of an ongoing war. With violent sieges being a constant threat to their lives, the youth of Gaza find comfort and hope through a shared love: making and flying kites, the same pastime their families used to get through troubled times. Even as the world around them becomes bleak, the colorful kites they fly gives them a renewed optimism for the future.
  • Marielle Sabbag
    Published about 7 hours ago
    Coco - A Movie Review

    Coco - A Movie Review

    If we get to the concert on time maybe they play the song ‘Remember Me’.
  • Lilli Behom
    Published a day ago
    Blood Heir: A Controversy

    Blood Heir: A Controversy

    The Blood Heir is the first installment in a yet to be announced trilogy recently released by Amelie Wen Zhao. It follows a disgraced and betrayed princess named Ana as she travels her kingdom trying to find her fathers murdered and clear her name of the crime. But Ana carries a deadly secret in the form of an "affinity" or power over blood. Ana begrudgingly teams up with an infamous con man named Ramson Quicktongue. The two's fate seems intertwined as they end up finding their way back to each other over and over throughout the book. And yes, they definitely are love interests.
Superheroes
Tv
  • Mimo le Singe
    Published about 2 hours ago
    TV Talk: 'The Toy Castle' (2000-3)

    TV Talk: 'The Toy Castle' (2000-3)

    I used to watch plenty of television shows as a child, but one, in particular, that had always fascinated me was The Toy Castle. If you are a 90s kid from Canada like I am, chances are you'll either remember it fondly or will have tried very hard to block out memories of the production's supposedly terrifying acting style.
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published a day ago
    'General Hospital' Dev Cerci could be Brenda Barrett's son Alec

    'General Hospital' Dev Cerci could be Brenda Barrett's son Alec

    General Hospital spoilers are throwing out all kinds of scenarios regarding the identity of Dev Cerci's biological father. Prior to the soap halting production, spoilers had been saying that his dad is someone currently living in Port Charles. Soap Dirt is now offering a different scenario, which could turn out to be the correct one. They are suggesting that the teen's mom might be Jax, and Sonny's former flame, Brenda Barrett. Longtime GH viewers might remember that a number of years ago Brenda was involved with Aleksander Janacek, who was the son of The Balkan. He had ties to the mob and became abusive towards her and she fled to New York. He followed her there and Soap Dirt says Brenda shot him but Wiki Fandom says that Sonny's son Dante was Brenda's bodyguard and he killed Aleksander.
  • Dylan Cullum
    Published 3 days ago
    Anime I Will be Watching in Summer 2020
Vintage
  • Dani Buckley
    Published a day ago
    Be Kind, Rewind: Why We Can Still Enjoy Classic Movies

    Be Kind, Rewind: Why We Can Still Enjoy Classic Movies

    In honour of its 40th anniversary of release, ScreenRant decided to release an article detailing why horror classic 'The Shining' (1980) has 'not aged well'. In this article, ScreenRant labelled the movie as one that is misogynistic and flippant towards such pressing and sensitive issues as familial abuse.
  • Rachel Carrington
    Published 3 days ago
    A TV Episode from the Eighties Reveals the True Test of Character

    A TV Episode from the Eighties Reveals the True Test of Character

    In the early 1980s, a cop drama debuted that was unlike any other as this one had two women as the lead detectives. Starring Sharon Gless and Tyne Daly, Cagney and Lacey tackled controversial subjects and didn't shy away from topics that could make viewers uncomfortable. It had a special knack for episodes that challenged belief systems. This was never more visible than in the second episode of the sixth season of the series.
  • Brian Anonymous
    Published 6 days ago
    My Review of "Les trois couleurs : blanc (The three colors: white)"

    My Review of "Les trois couleurs : blanc (The three colors: white)"

    Les trois couleurs : blanc (The three colors: white) is a pretty old movie. It came out back in 1994. I wasn't sure what I was going to get myself into but I noticed that it was a revenge movie and I usually can't really resist revenge movies. After watching this movie I noticed how dated it would seem to today's standards. Some of the things that happen in this movie would never be able to happen today but then again some of the motivations would seem pretty toxic as well.
Zombies
  • Sean Patrick
    Published 5 days ago
    Class Movie Review: Day of the Dead

    Class Movie Review: Day of the Dead

    I’ve long had problems with zombie movies. I had tried to couch these problems in aesthetic issues or complaints about the lack of believability in the notion of the dead rising from the grave but I was aware that that was a silly argument. The reality of my issue with zombies is quite simply knowing that I am the last person who would ever survive the zombie apocalypse. I am hopelessly, woefully unprepared for any apocalypse really, let alone one that involves the dead rising from their graves.
  • Brian Anonymous
    Published 12 days ago
    My Review of "Land of the Dead"

    My Review of "Land of the Dead"

    Land of the Dead seems like a mindless zombie movie but there is a little more to this movie than just zombies. I have to admit that the zombies were the draw to me for this movie but they aren't the main emphasis of this movie. It turned out to be a deeper movie than I had anticipated and I appreciate the effort they put into this movie.
  • Tabitha Singleton
    Published 9 months ago
    Zombie in Real Life

    Zombie in Real Life

    Introduction: