Ahhh! The new trailer for Marvel’s Jessica Jones just dropped and man, it looks good. Netflix has been killing it lately and if the trailer is any indication, they are going to continue that streak with Jessica Jones. If you didn’t know, the show is based off the comic book Alias, written by Brian Michael Bendis and illustrated by Michael Gaydos (with covers by one of my all-time favorite artist David Mack. It’s the story of a former costumed superhero turned private investigator. As you can see from the trailer, there are things in Jessica’s past that don’t want to stay… Read more »
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The trailer for Pride and Prejudice and Zombies just dropped and I, for one, and quite excited about it. I read the book by Seth Grahame-Smith ages ago (and even have a signed copy) and I’ve been looking forward to this for a while. It looks very tongue in cheek and fun and combines two things I love – Jane Austen and zombies. I also love the little nod to the BBC adaptation of P&P that they put in. I think this is going to be a fun movie to see with my other Austen loving friends.
Pilot season is upon us again and I thought I’d do a little post about some of the pilots that I was able to get a sneak peak of at Comic-Con earlier this summer. Here’s a little peek at some of the shows that I am most interested in.
Hey guys! Crystal here. I haven’t decided if this post is a cry for help or just a chance for me to fangirl over Outlander to anyone who will listen. I don’t know if “My Name is Crystal and I’m an Addict” is going to be a semi-regular thing where I tell you guys what I’m currently obsessed with but I just had to write up this post because I have fallen down an Outlander rabbit hole and I can’t get out (not that I want to either!). I, like some fans, had read part of the book by… Read more »
Hi and welcome to What Does the Bookworm Say?, a feature where I discuss bookish topics with my friends at The Reader’s Antidote, Books Unbound and The Windy Pages. Each week, we will discuss a new bookish topic. This week’s topic is what book would you like to see as a movie or TV show? I’ve really been enjoying the comic book series Alex + Ada written by Jonathan Luna and illustrated by Sarah Vaughn. The series ended really recently and all of the issues are collected into 3 trade paperbacks right now, so you don’t have to wait to read it all. It’s a story set… Read more »
I’m really behind in my trailer game, which is funny because every time I go to the movies (which is almost every week), I have to sit through at least 20 minutes of trailers. I like a good trailer as much as the next person but I wish they would start before the movie showtime or show fewer of them. Anyways, I’ve seen a couple of trailers now for Crimson Peak, the upcoming film by Guillermo del Toro. I must have been hiding under a rock because I had no idea this was even being made until I saw the trailer…. Read more »
Ahhhh! I am a big fan of Aardman Studios (who do the Wallace and Gromit films) and have been a fan of Shaun the Sheep for a while as well. As a knitter, I really can’t resist this adorable sheep who gets into all kinds of trouble. Shaun is getting his own film in August and I can’t wait! In the film, Shaun heads to the city to search for his missing Farmer. Shenanigans ensue. Is anyone else out there a fan of Shaun the Sheep? I’ll be taking my knitting to the movies with me when I go see… Read more »
Hi, everyone! This is another post in my series of super late event recaps. I attended WonderCon at the end of March and I only attended two panels while I was there (the rest of the time was spent wandering the convention floor). I already wrote about the iZombie panel here (and yay! it was renewed for a second season), but I also went to the Orphan Black panel. I am a huge fan of Orphan Black and was excited to get a chance to see the cast and learn more about Season 3 of the show (which just… Read more »
Hmmm so this post has been sitting in my drafts for the last month or so. I must have forgotten about it somewhere along the line but I guess it’s better late than never. I just saw a trailer for the movie again over the weekend and I think they are making a big push for it to be the big Memorial Day movie. I don’t think I have ever been on the Tomorrowland ride on which this movie is based, but I want to see it anyway. I am always down for something slightly fantastic and George Clooney doesn’t… Read more »
Hi, guys! Wow this post is abysmally late. April is what my friends like to call the start of “book season,” which means that there are a plethora or fantastic book events lined up back to back. This year was especially crazy and I pretty much had a book type event every weekend. I meant to put up all of my event recaps and posts much earlier but it’s been weeks and I have only just now found the time to do it. I also was struck down with a bout of food poisoning last week and was pretty useless… Read more »