This series has been on my radar since it started airing at the beginning of 2017. And since the third season just started, I thought it would be the perfect time to binge-watch the first two seasons. There is one main reason I avoided this drama like wildfire and one reason I finally decided to … Continue reading TV Series Review: Riverdale
A few days ago, the new trailer for Mowgli was released, set to come out in October of this year. I happened upon the trailer a couple days ago and all I could think was, “Wait, didn’t they just make The Jungle Book a couple years ago?” And the answer is, yes, they did. The … Continue reading Why Make An Original Movie When You Could Make A Remake?
I recently had the opportunity to see the newest Lara Croft reboot movie: Tomb Raider. It was a mostly pleasurable experience. Let me give a warning that I am a huge fan of the rebooted video games, both Tomb Raider (2013) and Rise of the Tomb Raider (2015), though I was never a fan of … Continue reading Movie Review: Tomb Raider
I feel like most (or all) of the tags I do have to do with books. And let’s be honest, I love books, but that is not all I do with my life. Recently a blog I follow (The Girl Within the Stacks) did this tag (the original can be found here) and it looked … Continue reading Television Tag
This will not be my usual book review because I just saw a new movie out in theaters and had such strong opinions about it I just had to review it. Growing up, one of my favorite authors was Agatha Christie. And my second book that I read by her (after Death on the Nile) … Continue reading Movie Review: Murder on the Orient Express
I watch a lot of Korean dramas—probably more than what is good for my health. I talked about this briefly in my American vs. Korean Dramas blog post. So today, instead of my usual Top Nines about books, history, or writing, I am doing something a bit different. A good friend of mine recently asked … Continue reading Top 11 Korean Dramas
In recent years, there has a boom in series on the web. Whether they are on Netflix, Amazon Prime, or Youtube, small production series are taking over the web. Among these web series are those known as literary web series—modern renditions of classic novels and plays. Usually, the length is short (somewhere between four to … Continue reading Top 9 Literary Web Series
There has been a rising popularity in America with an obsession with Korean dramas. Many people I know who are fans of Korean dramas argue that, in fact, these TV series are better than American dramas. And, in many ways, I agree. However, I am the type of person to deal in facts. I am … Continue reading American vs. Korean Dramas