Disney has finally released a trailer for their much talked about A Wrinkle in Time adaptation. Click below to check it out and hear some of our thoughts. Full disclosure I never really liked the book.
Full disclosure, I am a lover of fairytales and their retellings. I have read THOUSANDS of versions of them. There is something so interesting to me about taking the same old story we know and love and twisting it into something new. Sometimes the results are wonderful, other times, not so much.
I had heard about Geekerella by Ashley Poston back when it came out last April, but hadn’t had a chance to pick myself up a copy. Then, while staying with one of my best friends, I noticed it on her bookshelf, and being the AMAZING person she is, she gave me the go ahead to raid her bookshelves whenever I like. Clearly this was one of the first one I pilfered. Click below for my thoughts.
In further preparation for The Psych Movie, coming to USA in December, I am continuing my Series long rewatch, and picking out my fave top 5 episodes from each season.
Click below to see my top five episodes of Season Two, in no particular order.
When I first heard that IDW would be publishing a comic called Time & Vine, I admit to be automatically intreaged. You want to combine comics, wine and history? Count me in!
I miss Psych. There, I said it. Not that that is groundbreaking news or anything. I have loved that show from the beginning and I was there at the end, some of you may remember during the show’s final season, when I stayed up and live tweeted the Psych All Night marathon from midnight to 6am. Yep, that right there, is a prime example of my love for this gem of a show.
Since the show has announced their upcoming reunion movie, airing this December, I felt this was the perfect time for a series rewatch. For those of you following us on twitter, you may notice bouts of live tweets while I revisit one of my fave shows. Having now finished watching the first season, I present to you my top five episodes, in no particular order. Click for more.
Clue has been around for years, as a board game, a movie, a play, a novel and even a VCR game, and now, finally as a comic book.
Opening weekend Cate and I went down to our fave NYC theatre (reclining seats yay) and took in DC’s latest offering to the Holy Trinity, Wonder Woman. I do not exaggerate when I say this film was DECADES in the making. For some reason The Powers That Be just didn’t believe a female led superhero movie could make money. After all Hollywood is first and foremost a business, and making money is the primary goal. Toss in the fact that this installment of Wonder Woman had a Female director, something not usually heard of for a big budget movie, let alone a big budget action movie, and there was A LOT riding on the success of this movie.
Recently we were asked to take a look at the second installment of the Geek-Girl mini series published by Markosia. A comic about an awesome college student who gets magical powers and becomes a superhero, is totally up our alley and so we were super excited to take a look. Click below to check out a preview and find out more.
On one of my weekly trips to the comic shop, I noticed a copy of The Secret Loves of Geek Girls. A quick glance at the list of contributors and I knew I had to bring it home. Click below for more.
Ok, so it’s not a new release. In fact I have no idea why it has taken me so long to pick up The Fangirl’s Guide To The Galaxy, and for that I am slightly ashamed. I knew of the book’s release way back in 2015, and have been a fan of Sam Maggs since she was an editor for The Mary Sue. But whatever the reason, be it time, money, laziness I hadn’t picked up a copy for myself til this year’s at New York Comic Con. Click below to see my thoughts.