A lot is going on. All the time. Everywhere. And we publish a lot of content every week, some of it breaking news, other more editorial stuff, as well as reviews and teases of shows and movies to come. We understand you can’t always be on top of everything. And as such, you might miss stuff we wish …well, you wouldn’t.
So, every week, I’m going to comb through the site and point you, once again, to the stuff you should take the time to read. Either because it’s really funny, or because it’s a particularly good take, or just because I liked it. This is my list, after all.
Here are my picks for the 5 can’t miss Fangirlish articles of this week:
Raquel interviewed Josephine Langford in the heels of her new movie Moxie coming out next week, and it was such a fun interview to read. Even though I’m not as familiar with Josephine – having never watched After, I can’t wait to watch Moxie and honestly, to see what she does in the future. Sometime an interview makes you want to follow an actor more closely, and this was definitely one of those.
Lyra attempts to convince us to give the Walker reboot a chance, and surprisingly so, I’d say she almost manages it. I never thought there’d be enough reasons to make me want to watch this show, but here we are and I’m actually contemplating it? Who am I? I hardly even recognize myself. But if you were looking to be convinced, this is just the piece for you. And hey, even if not …it might just work.
Sometimes the hype of other streaming services makes it so the Amazon Originals fly a little under the radar – except, you know, The Boys – but Kenzie’s review for the new show Tell Me Your Secrets was intriguing enough that I now want to check out the show. I also know Kenzie is not once to mince words, if she doesn’t like something she’ll let you know, so I take her positive reviews seriously.
I know nothing about Star Trek, so I clicked on this mostly for curiosity’s sake, and yet between this and Ashley’s Star Trek Discovery coverage, I’m starting to reconsider my long-held belief that Star Trek just wasn’t for me. I don’t even know why I hold that belief considering how much I love sci-fi in general, but if an episode can evoke these emotions in Ashley, then …it might be time for me to dive in.
Again, not a Punky power person, I didn’t grow up with Punky, have no specific memories attached to her, but there’s so much of what she means to people in Erin’s review, and it sorta makes me wish I had that connection. The show was enjoyable even without it, but if you have Punky feelings, then go check out Erin’s coverage of the show and you’ll have more.