‘Chicago Fire’ 11×10 Review: “Something for the Pain”

Chicago Fire 11×10 “Something for the Pain” is an episode about trauma — the kind we see and the kind we don’t.

Book Review: ‘Something in the Heir’ by Suzanne Enoch

If you’re like us and are still waiting for Bridgerton Season 3, Suzanne Enoch’s ‘Something in the Heir’ just might hold you over.

Fangirlish End of Year Lists 2022: Best Movie Moments of the Year

The end of the year may be here already, but that just means we can relive the best movie moments of the year for 2022! Read on for our list!

Fangirlish 2022 End of Year Lists: Women Who Kicked Ass!

You know you love them! Here at Fangirlish, we do too! Here are our favorite women who kicked ass in 2022.

‘Something From Tiffany’s’ Review: Slight but Fluffy Holiday Pastry

Something From Tiffany’s is a decent choice if you’re feeling the need for a holiday rom-com to watch. Come and check out our review!

‘Chicago Fire’ 11×09 Review: “Nemesis”

Chicago Fire 11×09 “Nemesis” ends in a cliffhanger because of course it does — but before that, it delivers some heartwarming moments.

‘Wednesday’ 1×07 Review: “If You Don’t Woe Me By Now”

Wednesday 1×07 “If You Don’t Woe Me By Now” is a fantastic penultimate episode in a too-short, yet perfect, season. And there’s Uncle Fester!

‘Wednesday’ 1×02 Review: “Woe is the Loneliest Number”

Wednesday 1×02 “Woe is the Loneliest Number” gives us some clues, but they just raise more questions. We wouldn’t have it any other way.

Lifetime’s “It’s A Wonderful Lifetime” Review: ‘A Show-Stopping Christmas’

Christmas movies come in a feel-good, cheesy spectrum. The cheesier the better, I say. It’s rare for a Christmas movie to make me as annoyed, irritated, or as downright disgusted as Lifetime’s A Show-Stopping Christmas, part of their It’s a…

10 WTF Moments From ‘Interview with the Vampire’ Season One

It’s been a week since AMC aired the season finale for Interview with the Vampire, and we haven’t stopped thinking about it.

‘The Crown’ 5×01 Review: “Queen Victoria Syndrome”

The Crown kicks off with the drama dialed up to 11, with 5×01, ‘Queen Victoria Syndrome’. Read on for a full review!

‘So Help Me Todd’ 1×07 Review: “Long Lost Lawrence”

As we head into the holiday season, television shows are embracing the themes of family, togetherness, and – at least in the case of So Help Me Todd 1×07 “Long Lost Lawrence” – dysfunction. So. Much. Dysfunction. Though, in this…

Hallmark Channels ‘Countdown To Christmas’ Review: “Lights, Camera, Christmas”

Christmas movies are a wonderful thing. I mean, especially for someone like me, who is a grinch, can’t find Christmas magic, but can seem to find magic in these movies. They let me escape and for that, I am forever…

‘Enola Holmes 2’ Review: “Go Big, Go Holmes!”

Enola Holmes 2 has already arrived on our screens! The movie far surpasses the first part and improves it in every way. We review!

‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ 3×05 Review: “Behind Blue Eyes”

Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×05 “Behind Blue Eyes” has several really strong elements but nearly as many questionable ones

‘The Good Fight’ 6×08 Review: “The End of Playing Games”

There’s a lot — a lot — going on in The Good Fight 6×08 “The End of Playing Games.” But which threat is the one to end it all?

Exclusive: Screamfest Interviews With The Director And Cast of ‘The Loneliest Boy In The World’

Fangirlish had the pleasure of attending Screamfest as they held the red-carpet premiere for The Loneliest Boy in the World. While there we got to speak with Director Martin Owen and stars Max Harwood, Evan Ross, and Jacob Sartorius. The…

Movie Review: ‘The Loneliest Boy in the World’ Is A Quirky Film About Family    

This week Screamfest has been going on and we had the chance to screen Martin Owens film The Loneliest Boy in the World.

‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ 3×02 Review: “Everybody Knows the Dice are Loaded”

Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×02 “Everybody Knows the Dice are Loaded” delivers on some of what we were promised ahead of season 3.

‘Chesapeake Shores’ 6×07 Review: “It’s Not For Me to Say”

A review of Chesapeake Shores season 6 episode 7 “It’s Not For Me to Say”

‘Mr. Harrigan’s Phone’ Trailer Sees a Ghost Teaching Bullies a Lesson

Yeah, we don’t feel bad for a ghost teaching bullies a lesson in Mr. Harrigan’s Phone, a new horror film coming to Netflix.