We Marched, We Chanted, We Cheered. Now What? A Look at the Los Angeles Women’s March and what Needs to Happen Now.

If you watch Fox News, or believe the words that seem to fall out of the collective mouths of the Trump staff, I'd like to take a moment to inform you that 750,000 did in fact march through the streets of downtown Los Angeles. 500,000 did, in fact, march through the streets of Washington, DC. … Continue reading We Marched, We Chanted, We Cheered. Now What? A Look at the Los Angeles Women’s March and what Needs to Happen Now.

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Going Rogue without Spoiling the Fun

I am a dark side girl at heart. I always have been, I always will be. Let's face it though, we pretty well know how that works out and I gotta say we eventually go down in a pretty damn epic way (movie wise) and I'm alright with that, which made Rogue One even more … Continue reading Going Rogue without Spoiling the Fun

Christmas isn’t Christmas without a ton of socially awkward situations.

Through the years I’ve met and become friends with a pretty good number of nerds, geeks, and the like. Like a magnet, they are drawn to me as I am drawn to them mostly because of fandoms and the sharing of crazy fan theories. We tend to have more in common than not and two … Continue reading Christmas isn’t Christmas without a ton of socially awkward situations.

The Wicked and The Divine: Why are you not reading this yet?

Every month a group of us get together and read 2-3 comic book volumes and then have meetup to discuss them. We have a few that we always add to our list once the newest volumes become available and on of these is Image’s The Wicked and the Divine, written by Kieron Gillen and illustrated … Continue reading The Wicked and The Divine: Why are you not reading this yet?

The Windup Girl Review -or- Don’t Wind Me Up for this Apocalypse

Our book club selection this month was Windup Girl by Paolo Bacigalupi, a post-apocalyptic style romp through a futuristic Bangkok. This book doesn’t come with one main character, it comes with a slew of characters we follow through different paths of the story that sort of come together to tell the whole tale from multiple … Continue reading The Windup Girl Review -or- Don’t Wind Me Up for this Apocalypse

My 5 Favorite Non-Horror Halloween Movies (Because Everything Scares Me)

My friends just can’t seem to figure me out, I’m a bit on the creepy side, I’m what remains of a high school goth/grunge girl from the 90’s, I listen to true crime podcasts like I require them to sustain life, I like zombies! All that, but I will NOT watch things like Nightmare on … Continue reading My 5 Favorite Non-Horror Halloween Movies (Because Everything Scares Me)

Editorial: How to be a “real man” and not suck at life

Thanks to one of the presidential nominees, there’s been a lot of discussions lately about something called “Locker Room Talk” or “Boy Talk”. If you’re not sure what that means and haven’t been wrapped up in the news, it’s the presumption that in a locker room full of males it’s inevitable that they will apparently … Continue reading Editorial: How to be a “real man” and not suck at life