I just finished You S2 and, as a reader of the books, I have MANY questions. And many opinions!
In honor of Halloween this year, I read for the first time Shirley Jackson's The Haunting of Hill House. Obviously I was dying to watch the Netflix series when it came out, but I told myself I'd get around to it. After finally reading the novel this year, I discovered there are film adaptations, too. I decided to only watch the . . .
When a beautiful woman wanders into the bookstore where Joe works, he is immediately obsessed with her. He must know who she is. After Googling the name on her credit card, he’s in luck: only 1 Guinevere Beck shows up in NYC. Even better, Beck (as her friends call her) has a public Facebook page and a ridiculously active . . .
Sabrina, a half-witch, lives with her aunties and cousin in the town of Greendale (the neighboring town of Riverdale, for all you fans out there). As her sixteenth birthday approaches, Sabrina must choose between the mortal world and the magical one. But Sabrina enjoys being a part of both worlds, and she's determined to keep it ...
I do love movies, but one of my favorite hobbies is binge-watching shows on Netflix and Hulu, and as the above blurb mentions, shows are finally coming back! Yet another reason fall is the best season of all. And yes, it is fall. When PSLs come back, it's officially fall. I don't care what your calendar . . .
I'm here with (you guessed it!) another binge-worthy Netflix series recommendation. What more could you ask for? You're welcome. The show I want you all to go out and watch rightnow is Dark. This series isn't brand new. It debuted on Netflix back in December and was immediately hailed as the "adult" Stranger Things. Well, I'm certifiably…
If you're a fan of binge-watching a series in one day, then this is the perfect series for you---that is, if you have access to Netflix, which I hope you do because cable is pretty much pointless anymore. The End of the F***ing World is comprised of eight 20-minute episodes and is based on the graphic novel of the same name, created by Charles Forsman back . . .