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Examples of Media Outlets Taking Advantage of Spock’s Death on Twitter? 2

Before anything else, let me say this: I have always been a huge fan of Star Trek. I have openly proclaimed to Star Wars fans that Star Trek is superior. As a kid I would watch The Original Series in syndication and Spock was my favorite character. In the last […]


Convergence of modes – My Streaming Life 2

I first have to admit that I have spent a significant part of my life watching television and movies. It is part of who I am. Hi, my name is Kelly and I consume massive amounts of media. I have done a lot of other things in my life that […]


25+ Movies to Stream on Netflix for Halloween 7

Sorting through the categories and menus on Netflix to find that right horror movie to stream for Halloween can be a daunting task. For the last few weeks, my son and I have searched through Netflix and have come up with a list of some scary flicks not to miss. […]


Reasons to catch all 5 Seasons of Fringe on Netflix 6

My favorite things about Netflix and other streaming services ┬áis being able to tackle a whole run of a TV series that I have missed on first run and being able to sit and watch weeks or even months worth of shows in one sitting. I missed out on Fringe […]


The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo: Why the Swedish film was better…

I caught book reviews of the Steig Larsson books a couple of years ago and it caught my interest. Then I learned of the Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara remake of the Swedish The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo film. Finally, I caught the Swedish series’ arrival on Netflix and […]

Swedish Girl with a Dragon Tattoo

All Hail the King! AMC’s Breaking Bad getting set to kick-off final season 4

July 15th is already marked on my calendar! Not because I’m having a birthday party that day, but because the final season of Breaking Bad will be kicked off. I have the feeling that this is going to be the most exciting season yet and that things will end very […]


Melancholia: Depression and the End of the World

I first heard about the film Melancholia (2011) during a radio interview on NPR. It mentioned the artistically beautiful opening of the film and how it was filled with metaphor. That fact and how there was a planet called Melancholia set to crash into Earth was about all that I […]