I recently watched Stoker for the first time.
I was excited about the 2013 film as soon as I saw the cover. I mean, the colors, the tree branches around the title, the font, and the main character, India's odd expression...Also, the cover stated that the film had been directed by Park Chan-wook, the director of Oldboy. This was such good news that I was excited to see it!
So I had a movie night with my roommate and felt permanently changed by a flick they said depicted how "Everybody's crazy"...at least on screen.
Wednesday, August 31, 2016
I've been having a summer fling with literary works and it's time to have something online to show for it!
I recently read The Hook-Up by Kristen Callihan for the second or third time since buying it in July.
Monday, May 30, 2016
This is my fourth Penny Reid novel, and I appreciate how she adds depth to story lines and to main characters. Her books do not settle for having either of those key story elements be dumb and two-dimensional.
Monday, May 23, 2016
I’ve recently finished reading the novel Thirty-Two Going on Spinster, about a thirty-something self-proclaimed “spinster” named Julie who keeps living in the apartment in her parents’ basement for ten years after college graduation, working the same corporate assistant job she doesn’t like, reworking mathematical formulas and gossiping on the smokers’ balcony with her work friend Brown.
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Wednesday, April 13, 2016
I need laughter & find the craft of comedy to be fascinating, can not get enough. So here's a disorganized list of talented, funny people I seek out online when I get an itch on my funny bone.
Dave Attell. - He's so talented, man. He's one of the comics I love. 2014 DVD Road Work, Hey, Your Mouth's Not Pregnant and the special that made me a fan of his, a Comedy Central show.