If you’ve been paying any attention these past few months, you would have noticed that Rogue One: A Star Wars Story has come out in theaters and has obliterated it’s competition. The newest film in the Star Wars universe, being set in between episode 3 and 4, came in with a goal in mind: to… Continue reading ROGUE ONE: A Star Wars Story Review
Attention all you lovely single pringles! Don’t let all those lovey-dovey couples rub their special day in your face. It’s time to take back the night and celebrate the strongest love of all; friendship! Here are 3 fantastic ways to up your palentines’ day itinerary. ?. Palentines’ day cards This classic Valentine’s tradition has now… Continue reading 3 Fun Ways to Spend your Palentines’ Day
I can distinctly remember the day I started watching Skam because it was the day after the American presidential election. I guess I was in some sort of shock so I distracted myself from those feelings by starting a new TV show, as I usually do. Little did I know that would be the day… Continue reading Skam and its International Appeal
Finally after almost 10 years the Gilmore girls are back! That’s right, Netflix is making a revival and the buzz is big! On November 25, of 2016 the wait is finally over, Stars Hallow is back and welcoming us with open arms. There will be four, ninety minute episodes and each episode will likely be… Continue reading Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life
As high school students, we can all relate to the overwhelming stress, the agonizing drama from peers and the never ending lengths of self discovery we face. In Catherine Lo’s first ever novel, How it Ends, the struggles and hardships of many teens are highlighted and brought to life. How it Ends tells the story of… Continue reading How it Ends: A Summary & Review
With all the hype Stranger Things received this summer, it was hard to notice any other Netflix Original Series that were released around the same time. This is definitely the case for Netflix’s phenomenal, but significantly less popular show, The Get Down, a six episode series created by “Romeo + Juliet” director Baz Luhrmann. Netflix… Continue reading The Get Down- Music, Youth, Hope.
Madeleine Kwan Tim Burton is back at it again with yet another dark and eerie movie, Miss. Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. This film was based roughly on the book series by Ransom Riggs of the same title. The movie aired on September 30th and had gotten a large 15.2M in box… Continue reading Quite the Peculiar Movie