‘I Love You Like That’ Isn’t Bad, It’s Just Predictable

Here’s the thing that I don’t like about reviewing books – not liking them. Because when I don’t like them and I have to review

7 YA Book to Film Adaptations We Can’t Wait to See in 2020

As a new year quickly approaches, we say goodbye to a year that brought us a lot of great book-to-film


‘His Dark Materials’ 1×06 Review: “The Daemon Cages”

“The Daemon Cages” is the best episode that His Dark Materials has aired so far and the hardest to swallow at the same time. It felt like the culmination of Lyra’s whirlwind adventure to the North with a dash of WTF when it comes to what is next for our



Christmas Movies

My Favorite Christmas Movies Of All Time

Christmas Movies

‘Christmas at the Plaza’ Is The Christmas Movie I’ve Been Waiting For

Christmas Movies

Fangirlish Presents: Christmas Movies Roundtable Pt. 1


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  • Thirsty Thursday: Jonah Hauer-King



Our heroes found out who the paragons that will be saving the future actually are while a quarter of the crew is off saving Supermen or trying to resurrect Oliver like the universes aren’t ending. The latter has plenty of time, right? Right?! Here are 19 favorite moments from CrisisRead More →


It’s been awhile since we have been so excited for something, but when it comes to fandoms colliding – our fandom hearts soar. The trailer for the upcoming Netflix series, Spinning Out has been released and WE ARE IN LOVE. Kat Baker (The Maze Runner‘s Kaya Scodelario), who is consideringRead More →

In an effort to build a space for queer people like myself, every Tuesday I’ll be posting opinion pieces, listicals, reviews, and more focused on the LGBT community (and occasionally about the Latinx/WOC community since I am Latinx.) Welcome to Queerly Not Straight! Enjoy and leave a comment below ifRead More →

You always have us at Tiffany Haddish. The woman is hilarious, talented, and a boss. Is it a wonder we’re excited for her upcoming movie, Like A Boss? Tiffany Haddish and Rose Byrne are starring alongside Salma Hayek in the upcoming movie and the red band trailer was released. ItRead More →

“This is how it happens.” This week on The Morning Show, we get to see just how we’re supposed to feel about Mitch Kessler. I knew it’d be an interesting episode – entitled “Lonely at the top” as soon we got the recap showing us Mitch talking to the disgracedRead More →

2019 in film was an interesting one. We had to say goodbye to a few franchises and some favorite characters. We got maybe too many sequels, even if they wound up being better than the previous one. But we also were given some truly original movies told from points ofRead More →

On the whole, I’ve had a blast with The Mandalorian so far. I’ve appreciated the subtle nuances that pay homage to the original trilogy, and other little details within and outside of Star Wars canon. “The Gunslinger” does that very well, taking us back to where this whole adventure began–Tatooine. Read More →

The 2020 Golden Globe Nominations are out and we’re wondering what the fuck people were thinking and praising some thoughts at the same time. Zendaya has been magical on Euphoria and seeing her miss from this list is some bullshit. Also where the hell is Greta for Best Director? DidRead More →

It’s December, so I can officially say the Christmas season has begun.  It’s time for hot cocoa with marshmallows, cozying up under blankets or snuggies, and most importantly: a great Christmas movie.  I’m not talking about the Hallmark ones either, though don’t get me wrong, there is nothing wrong withRead More →

There are so many different TV shows that premiere and continue throughout the whole year. They bring laughter, joy, sorrow, and tears. The really good ones draw you in and make you connect with what they are really about. They create a vision. A story come to life.  We haveRead More →

On this week’s Evil, entitled “Exorcism Part 2” we get to see the consequences of the “successful” exorcism that happened in episode five, earlier this season when Caroline Hopkins sues David and the church. And a lot of love… squares. But you know what? After the last couple of episodes,Read More →

After five years of restless waiting, Maleficent comes back, gracing the audience with her firm attitude and chilly manner. Robert Stromberg left the steer to Joachim Rønning, who created a beautiful yet intense tale about growing apart and family ties.  Maleficent: Mistress of Evil grasps the tone of its predecessor,Read More →