Neil Gaiman: Dream Dangerously Review

To watch Neil Gaiman: Dream Dangerously is to fall in love with Neil Gaiman, be it for the first time, for the eleventh, or for the fortieth. Mostly because to know Neil Gaiman is to love him, but also because…

Once Upon A Time: Hook, Regina and the hero’s journey

There is no right or wrong way to become a hero. There’s only the choice. Pretty words, I know. Perhaps we shouldn’t really be talking about the hero’s journey as much as we should be talking about what comes before…

Arrow: Olicity Was Built on the Solid Foundation of Friendship

As we’re thick into this hell known as summer hiatus there’s a certain point a fandom comes to when it’s had enough of the quiet and wants all the spoilers. The Arrow fandom has reached that point. Well, I know…

The 100: 5 Questions We Want Answered at SDCC

Life on The 100 is never easy. From crazy AI’s to tyrannical leaders, who think they’re doing their best to make Arkadia great again, it’s a hot stinking mess. And with the way that Season 3 of The 100 ended,…

Game of Thrones 6×10 Roundtable ‘The Winds of Winter’

And that’s it …Game of Thrones season 6 has come to a close, and what an ending that was. What a season that was. It had everything, heartbreaking deaths, unexpected returns, expected returns, breakout characters, and, of course, the revelation…

5 Highlights from Heroes and Villains Fan Fest NY/NJ

Last time Fangirlish attended Heroes and Villains Fan Fest (HVFF) NY/NJ it was in the middle of a snow storm. Snowpocalypse made it so attendees and actors couldn’t get into the area, the Saturday panels were closed, and the Nocking…

If Barry Allen Was Your Baby Daddy…

If Barry Allen was your baby Daddy, you’d have your house baby proofed from day one – because daddy moves too fast to be denied. You’d hate him because he’d do stuff before you could even think to ask, but…

Arrow Interview: Katie Cassidy Talks Laurel Lance’s Journey, Hope for More Black Siren

When it comes to playing a superhero on television there really is no better job. For Katie Cassidy, it was literally a dream come true to get to portray the iconic Black Canary on Arrow for four seasons. While Laurel…

Books that made me who I am

I grew up on books. Books raised me. Or, my parents raised me, but they did so with the help of a lot of books. There was never a forbidden topic in my house when I was growing up, nor…

What Line From The Hunger Games Books Resonated With You?

“She has no idea, the effect she can have.” Maybe I missed it in the movies and it’s there – but I don’t recall Peeta uttering the iconic line. It was a line in the books that made me start…

Game of Thrones Season 6 as Told by the Cast's Social Media Accounts

Game of Thrones is a show with an extremely large cast, and this season in particular they were on point with their tweeting and Instagramming about the show, so much so that we decided to do a little round up…

Prison Break : 5 Questions We Want Answered at SDCC

It has been seven years since the fan-favorite FOX drama, Prison Break, ended its original run, but not a day goes by that fans don’t miss Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller), Lincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell), Sara Tancredi (Sarah Wayne Callies) and…

Wynonna Earp: 5 Questions We Want Answered at SDCC

With Wynonna Earp set to make it’s first appearance in this years San Diego Comic Con, we couldn’t help wondering about a few things. Here are five questions we want answered about our loveable group of delinquents from Syfy’s Wynonna…

We Talk With Author Ilana Manaster About ‘Doreen’

Authors are our people. We were excited to sit and talk to Ilana Manaster about her book Doreen. Here’s the synopsis: If Doreen Gray were to take a selfie upon her arrival at the elite ChandlerAcademy, it would capture a…

Outlander 2×12 Review: The Hail Mary

Oh, Outlander. How you love to break our hearts in different ways. In Season One you were swift, brutal and prolonged and we felt the pain, oh, we felt it. We felt it again and again and again. We lived…

Game of Thrones 6×09 Roundtable ‘Battle of the Bastards’

So, the battle of the bastards happened. And it was nerve-wracking and anxiety inducing and altogether one of the best episodes of television we have seen in a very long time. And we’re here to break it down for you…

Wynonna Earp Showrunner and Actors Talk Finale & More

Do you hear that in the distance Earpers? It’s Wynonna Earp finishing its first season! Can you believe it? Our babies all grown up! The tale of an underdog who didn’t even know where she belonged, where she was going…

Just Let Arrow Be Arrow

When it comes to the superhero renaissance on television today, one show that arrived on The CW back in 2012 essentially made all of this possible: Arrow. From the start Arrow enraptured me with its combination of grounded reality and…

Legends of Tomorrow Season 1 Review: A Bumpy Freshman Season Full of Promise

With a crop of superhero shows popping up throughout the major networks, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow looked to forge its own unique path as it brought together heroes and villains for the ultimate super team-up. Legends relied heavily on its…

FOX Bringing Prison Break, Scream Queens & More to SDCC!

Fox is bringing 13 new and returning television series to San Diego Comic-Con this year, and we couldn’t be more excited about the lineup! Among the most anticipated, we’ll get a chance at a 24:Legacy panel that will feature stars…

Five Once Upon A Time Questions we want answered at SDCC

San Diego Comic-Con is around the corner. No, really, we’ll be there in a couple of weeks, ready to spend countless hours in line, see our favorites, gush about how pretty they are in person, and, of course, to get…