After pushing, daring, myself to see Jaws Sunday night, I have many thoughts on the film, and my state of mind now.
Yes, Jaws is a scary movie, even if you’ve never seen it. But there was much more than I knew below the surface of my fear of sharks.
The Titanic slipped beneath the waves of the North Atlantic more than 100 years ago today, yet we’re still fascinated by the tragedy. Here are some reasons why.
To practice my new gif-making skills, I decided to look at one of my favorite movies, Pride and Prejudice.
I’m taking the afternoon off to see The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part I! So excited!
Finally! There’s lots of new promotional material for the upcoming movie adaptation of Stephen Sondheim’s classic musical Into The Woods, and I couldn’t be more excited (and scared)!
Since I wrote about Halloween costumes the other day, and given that today’s #NaBloPoMo prompt is to write about a favorite holiday memory, I thought I’d post some pictures of couples costumes Alex and I did in past Halloweens. They’re all based, sometimes tenuously, in pop culture, and hopefully you can guess who they are. Hope you enjoy them as much as we did!
Though it’s November, Halloween is still fresh in my mind, and given how proud I am of my costume this year, I’m considering what I love and what’s tricky about the holiday: finding that perfect costume idea.
Can you guess who we are? Read more for some hints.
It’s been a long time since I’ve been this excited about a new movie.
The film Austenland makes me nostalgic for my days of dance reenacting, while I reflect on dance, fantasy, and romance.