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  • The 100 2×13 Review: Resurrection

    Every episode of The 100 is more intense than the last. This is a show that doesn’t slow down, doesn’t pause. It just keeps building until the only logical conclusion is that everything blows up in your face. Sometimes literally. Last night’s episode, “Resurrection”, would have seemed more at home on HBO than the CW – […]


  • “Kingsman: The Secret Service” Is a Bloody Good Time

    Looking for a movie to see this Valentine’s Day that doesn’t revolve around relationships? Consider seeing Kingsman: The Secret Service, which opens today and stars Colin Firth and Taron Egerton – plus a whole host of other British celebs. Kingsman, based on a 2012 comic called The Secret Service, follows the story of Eggsy (Egerton) as he is groomed […]


  • The 100 2×12 Review: Rubicon

    In “Rubicon,” Mount Weather moved forward with their plans to harvest the trapped delinquents with little care for their health or safety, while also planning an attack on the massive inter-tribe war council convened by Clarke and Lexa. Meanwhile, Jaha and his followers are stranded in the Dead Zone with no water or supplies, only […]


  • The 100 2×11 Review: Coup de Grâce

    The 100 has never been a show to pull punches, and this week’s episode was no exception. You knew that it was going to be tense right from the beginning, thanks to a well-edited and brutal opening sequence showing what became of Bellamy in Mount Weather. In true The 100 fashion, it didn’t let up from […]



  • Welcome Back to Scion: A Review of “The Mime Order” by Samantha Shannon

    Are you ready to return to Scion London? Well, you’d better be, because The Mime Order, the second installment in Samantha Shannon’s The Bone Season series, picks up right where the first book left off. And when I say “right after”, I mean literally right after. When The Mime Order opens, the escapees from Sheol I are still on the train they […]




  • I Binge-Watched “The Fall” and You Should Too

    I’m not going to lie to you guys. I am incredibly shallow. I watch TV shows and movies for cute boys. The only reason I wanted to watch the BBC crime drama The Fall was because I found out Colin Morgan was going to be on it. In fact, I don’t even remember if I had […]


  • Happily Ever After, a Review of “Myth & Magic: Queer Fairy Tales”

    “Happily ever after” has always been a bit of a misnomer. After all, it isn’t possible that everyone can live happily ever after. And those happily ever afters were always a bit restrictive anyway, implying that only a certain type of people were allowed to have one. In Myth & Magic: Queer Fairy Tales, editors Radclyffe and […]