Hey. It’s been a while, hasn’t it? Huge apologies. I didn’t mean for that to happen, but it kind of just did. But I’m going to be back (or, at least, I’m going to try). I’m also going to go into why I haven’t been blogging for the last five months or so.
So BTS dropped their album ‘WINGS: YOU NEVER WALK ALONE’ today, and I’m 110% not okay. There are only four new songs (including the full version of ‘Wings’), but they are complete masterpieces. Here is my review of these four songs and the new music video for ‘봄날’ (Spring Day).
After so many years, long-time Potterheads have the opportunity to delve back into the wizarding world and see what Harry, Hermione, Ron and others are doing nineteen years after the Battle of Hogwarts. I, myself, am a recent fan. After months and months of putting it off, I finally read the series for the first … More BOOK REVIEW: “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” by J.K. Rowling
I intend to provide my readers, no matter who they may be, with good quality posts. What better way to do so with what I consider to be one of the most elaborate and infamous concepts among moviegoers and Pixar fans, The Pixar Theory? Jon Negroni Every Pixar movie is connected. I explain how, and … More The Pixar Theory
In the wake of the Orlando shooting, our community must lift our voices for the victims of this tragedy and those who continue to face hatred for being who they are. Do not let your voices be silenced. … More Lift Your Voices For Orlando
Considered to be the best Marvel film so far, Captain America: Civil War is a story of friends and of family, of conflict and cohesion, of vengeance and of forgiveness. Many underlying themes add to the significance of the storyline, making the overall plot of Civil War so relatable. The story becomes not quite so … More Movie Review – Captain America: Civil War
“Cinder” by Marissa Meyer is a futuristic take on a classic fairy tale and a book I had temporarily put down to finish the Harry Potter series first. Having finished the series, I decided it was time to start something new, and I’m glad I chose “Cinder.” **All reviews are spoiler-free unless otherwise stated. This review … More REVIEW: “Cinder” by Marissa Meyer
This took me far longer than I imagined it would have but I was distracted, primarily due to other priorities and partially due to my own laziness to read. (Oops?) Warning: Spoilers ahead because I’m too lazy (ha) to try and filter than out, and because I have too many emotions and can’t properly express … More REVIEW: “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” by J.K. Rowling
Donald Trump has become quite a spectacle in mainstream media as the 2016 Presidential Campaign has progressed. He is, put simply, extremely entertaining. But we’ve lost sight of the reality of the situation: Donald Trump is a dangerous candidate. … More Donald Effing Trump Isn’t A Joke Anymore
If you’ve ever attended elementary or high school in the state of California, your identity could be in danger. Recently, a judge’s order has been issued for the release of personal information for 10 million students dating back to 2008. While the judge’s order states that the information will be controlled by a cybersecurity expert, … More CALIFORNIA STUDENTS, LISTEN UP.