‘Reprisal’ Season 1 Review: Thank You, Abigail Spencer

“I come from bad blood. Bad blood and dark days.” Doris. Reprisal is a slow burn, and it should be enjoyed as such. You must watch this show like you are savoring a good wine or bourbon. I binged it,…

(Wo)man Up: The Savior Trope in “Once Upon a Time”

Once Upon a Time premiered in 2011, continuing throughout seven seasons. The series, created by Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis, tells the story of the residents of a town called Storybrooke. Henry (Jared Gilmore), who lives in said town, receives a…

(Wo)man Up: The War Between Men and Women in ‘American Horror Story: Apocalypse”

It seems like there is nothing better in October than a pumpkin spice drink, some carving, and a spooky atmosphere. But, we also have a variety of horror films and series that can make it even better. Last year, the month…

(Wo)man Up: The Power of Silence in ‘A Quiet Place’

In A Quiet Place, the sound of silence plays the most crucial role. The film, created by John Krasinski, which premiered in April of 2018, turned out to be a big hit. Although it wasn’t his debut (he earlier directed the film The…

‘Nancy Drew’ 1×01 Review: “Pilot”

Its officially fall and television shows have come back with glorious pomp and circumstance. The CW just launched several new shows, but the only one I’m currently interested in is Nancy Drew.  I am so excited to finally be able…

(Wo)man Up: Invisible ‘Grace and Frankie’

Grace and Frankie made its debut in early May of 2015. The Netflix Original Series reunited Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin for the small screen. The series works within an immensely popular genre – dramedy, which means it holds components…

(Wo)man Up: Galaxy of Women in ‘Orphan Black’

Orphan Black ended its final and fifth season in 2017, but there is reason for it to be praised again – and rightly so. Serial Box just recently released an audio-book narrated by Tatiana Maslany (the main actress), where the story from the…

‘Stop and Fangirl’ Episode 55: Badass Historical Women You Need to Know About

Here at Fangirlish we continue to support your right to fangirl over any fandom you desire – whether that is a book, a TV show, a movie, or even sports. That’s why we have  Stop and Fangirl! So you can feel  happy –…