This October the television series Angel about the champion vampire with a soul celebrates its 20th anniversary.
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Filmmaker Nicole Conn will be premiering her new feature film, More Beautiful for Having Been Broken, at Frameline 2019 on June 30th. Many may remember her from her previous work, Elena Undone and A Perfect Ending, both of which were crucial in the realm of lesbian media. This new work is focused on her own life and was inspired by her son Nicholas. More Beautiful for Having Been Broken is a piece that speaks to beauty that can come out of the broken. I spoke with her about this movie and her previous work in her interview and appreciate her candor in answering my questions. Continue reading “Interview with Nicole Conn from @kleffnotes”
Jane the Virgin returned for a final season on Wednesday, March 27, 2019.
It has been thirty years since Ted Bundy was put to death for his crimes, but there still remains a morbid fascination with the killer that Paul Lonardo wishes to dispel. The interest in serial killers and true crime does sometimes lead people to become fixated in a way with certain killers that borders on frightening. As is the case with Ted Bundy there have been arguments that he has been glamorized, especially with the casting of Zac Efron as him in an upcoming movie. Ted Bundy: The Angel of Decay will examine Bundy, but is ultimately focused on sharing the memory of the women and girls who lost their lives to this killer. Continue reading “Ted Bundy: The Angel of Decay Book Review from @kleffnotes”
Here’s your chance to meet General Hospital’s William deVry (Julian), Tamara Braun (Kim), Donnell Turner (Curtis Ashford), Eden McCoy (Josslyn) and Wes Ramsey (Peter) while helping a worthy cause.
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Good Trouble returns for Season 2 on June 18, 2019 on Freeform.
This is another quick throwback to Artist Alley at ClexaCon, which probably shows how much I either spent in money or spent in the area. On Sunday I wandered around and while that was a day I tried to not spend too much, I did make sure to pick up cards and other info cards to give myself some time to check out artists in more detail. One of the items I picked up was all about something called Shadowburg. I will admit I did think this was a comic at first glance, but it turns out this is actually an online game. As someone who doesn’t typically game the art had me hooked so I thought why not give it a try. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Shadowburg ( @stupidlullabies )from @kleffnotes”
Wealthy and beautiful guests bask in luxury, but scandals, escalating debt and explosive secrets hide beneath the picture-perfect exterior. (Disney ABC Press)
Renee Linnell is a smart woman who has achieved so much in her life from graduating magna cum laude with a double degree, starting five different companies, getting an MBA from NYU, and so much more. She is shocked when she suddenly realizes that she has become brainwashed and has actually be part of a cult. In her memoir The Burn Zone, Linnell discusses how we give up our power and how spiritual seekers can be blinded in their journey to grow and understand yourself. No matter how smart or accomplished you are you can find yourself in a place you never expected and there is always a way out. Continue reading “The Burn Zone Book Review from @kleffnotes”
ABC’s Summer Fun and Games is back with the return of $100,000 Pyramid on June 9, 2019.