Sleepy Hollow continues to utilize its characters’ back stories as a bridge to connect the past with the current supernatural threat of Team Witness in order to aid them in defeating it. There were a few scenes in the last episode “Sins of the Father” that stood out for this viewer. Continue reading “@SleepyHollowFOX Best Scenes of Sins of the Father via @stacyamiller85 @sleepywriters”
Today is Oscar Day and I thought I would discuss one of the movies currently nominated for an Academy Award, The Danish Girl. While the movie is nominated for Best Male Lead Actor, Eddie Redmayne, and Best Supporting Actress, Alicia Vikander, I wanted to focus more on the visual effect of the movie. The acting in The Danish Girl is wonderful, the actors are a pleasure to watch, but I was more struck by the elegance of what was going on around them. Continue reading “The Danish Girl: A Visual Review from @kleffnotes”
Wentworth’s Vera Bennett always seemed like a fish in a water of sharks as an officer at a correctional facility.
Destiny Whitaker is a young lady with an amazing gift and a terrific head on her shoulders. She is focused and has cleared ideas on what she wants for the future.
Last month I had the pleasure of interviewing Jane Rothman of Chit Chat Chicks for The Nerdy Girl Express.
If you’ve been watching and tweeting along with me during my #BuffyLiveTweet sessions you will know that I just finished watching What’s My Line? Parts 1 and 2 from season 2 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. These episodes have assassins, a crazy ritual, and the first ever appearance of Kendra the Vampire Slayer. I thought since we had a brand new slayer that I would do a character profile about the hard studying, kick butt Kendra. Continue reading “#BuffyLiveTweet Character Profile: Kendra the Vampire Slayer (played by @BiancaLawson) from @kleffnotes”
I want to wish The 100 ‘s Lindsey Morgan a very Happy Birthday!
Happy Anniversary Girl Guitar!
Who would have thought that when the character of Ruby first appeared on Supernatural she would have played such a significant role in the lives of both Sam Winchester and his portrayer, Jared Padalecki?
Freak No More. It appears that Governor Joan Ferguson’s reign of terror at Wentworth Correctional has come to an end.