I Will Go Down With This Ship: Sharpwin Edition

We have to confess that we love ships. It’s impossible to watch a show and not ship.  Who the hell can do that? We certainly don’t. But there’re ships that are special, ships that simply make you feel that magic and…

A-Z Movie Reviews: ‘Dark Shadows’

Welcome to A-Z Movie Reviews.  Every Sunday, for the next several months, I will be posting a review of a film in my home movie collection.  How it works is, I will be reviewing movies in alphabetical order until I…

Donald Trump Has Coronavirus And The Internet Has Thoughts

The world was turned upside down in a week! Donald Trumpy Trump has coronavirus and, having been obtuse (to put it delicately), a denialist and a truly superb idiot, he’s meme fodder and the internet has some thoughts on this.…

‘Alex Rider’ NYCC Panel Analysis

Alex Rider premiere is getting closer and closer. After Paleyfest panel, it’s the turn of NYCC. The main actor and the writer of the books and executive producer of the show have participated in the big virtual event to tell us some…

‘Savage X Fenty Show Vol. II’ Is Here and The Internet Has Thoughts

Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty Show Vol. II is now available on Amazon Prime Video.  And it’s one of the best we’ve seen in 2020! A show like this was needed in this world, especially in the environment of fashion, where if you don’t…

I Will Go Down With This Ship: #Jeller Edition

Ships are something as special as life itself. Each one has its own story, its own identity. But there’s always something, like a silent signal that makes you think: I will go down with this ship. That’s exactly what happened with Jeller and,…

Book Excerpt: ‘The Last Train To Key West’

We don’t know about you, but quarantine has us reading a lot of books and always looking for new things to read. There is only so much television a person can handle. Today we’re bringing you an excerpt from the…

3 Lessons Internet Trolls Need To Learn

Internet trolls. If we’re looking at the Urban Dictionary an internet troll is, “A mythological internet being that lives under an internet bridge. Loves to hunt for innocent netizens.” Only they aren’t mythological in my opinion. They are real assholes…

Guest Post: Jenna Guillaume, Author of ‘What I like About Me’

Welcome to the What I Like About Me Blog Tour! To celebrate the US release of What I Like About Me by Jenna Guillaume on April 1st, blogs across the web are featuring exclusive original content from Jenna, as well as 10…

YA In Space! Alexandra Monir Guest Post

If I had to pick a favorite subgenre within YA books, it would easily be “teens in space.” I mean, who among us didn’t dream of escaping to Mars or Jupiter after a particularly rough day at school? (Okay, maybe…

The Remarkable Act of Not Giving a Fuck

For the purposes of this editorial I want to make clear the act of not giving a fuck versus apathy. Apathy is total disinterest, defined by a lack of enthusiasm or concern. When you’re apathetic about something you don’t care.…

Hey Hollywood, WOC Are Not Interchangeable

The Year of our Lord 2019 is almost over, and apparently, this still needs to be said. Women of color are not interchangeable. Now, of course, the problem of bad representation is big, and there are many facets to it.…

5 Lessons Mister Rogers Taught Me About Life

With A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood coming out this week, I have been thinking a lot about Mister Rogers. I know that as a grown adult that kind of sounds ridiculous. Why? Because it was so long ago. But…

What Makes ‘New Amsterdam’s’ DamFam So Great

Every aspect of New Amsterdam is only getting better and better, particularly the DamFam in season two of the NBC medical drama. Social media has affectionately dubbed the cast, crew, and fanbase of the show the “DamFam” as a sign…

Guest Post: Kate Williams, Author of ‘The Babysitters Coven’

In my first novel, The Babysitters Coven, my narrator, Esme Pearl, and her best friend Janis Jackson, are uber-fangirls. Deeply entrenched in music, movies, fashion and art, they drop references to everything from 19th-century French poets to 1970s horror flicks…

How to Train Your Patronus – Protecting Your Spheres

Dementors first premiered in J.K Rowling’s 1999 release of the Prisoner of Azkaban. They are soulless beings who feed on the happiness of others, creating a bleak despair that is incapacitating, which is why they are used to guard the…

Supergirl’s Misguided Idea of Friendship

For a show that prides itself on depicting strong and empowering messages for its audience, Supergirl has a misguided idea of friendship. At least when it comes to Kara and Lena. You can make yourself believe anything if you try hard enough.…

Practice Self-Care: Stop Watching that Show that Makes you Angry

Practice self-care: stop watching that show that’s making you angry, you know, the one that disappointed you. You’ll be better off for it.

5 Things We Want To See In Season 10 Of ‘Blue Bloods’

I admit that I started watching Blue Bloods because of Donnie Wahlberg. Look, I love New Kids on the Block and I support most of the shit that they do. The other reason I watch? Will Estes was my first…

9 Ways To Get Your Basic Bitch On For Fall

Oh, every year I make fun of how basic I truly am, but I have to embrace it. I am the epitomy of basic and we’re heading into fall, which is every basic bitch’s favorite season. It’s the time of…

Why is “Fangirl” a Dirty Word?

Have you ever been a fan? Have you ever loved a show, movie or a book so much that you just couldn’t wait to find out what happens? Yes? Okay, so why is the term “Fangirl” (or “Fanboy”, I don’t…