The Dark Gray Blanket is a fictionalized true crime novel that draws inspiration from a dark period of time that occurred in Detroit during the winters of 1976 and 1977. H. Burns crafts a story focused on detective Frank Pellegrini, a dedicated detective who works on cases connected to young children. When he is called in on the first case Frank finds himself having to contend with his past and a specter he never expected to confront. Continue reading “The Dark Gray Blanket Book Review from @kleffnotes”
Has Archie (KJ Apa) made a deal with the Devil by agreeing to be Hiriam (Mark Consuelos) intern? Find out on the Riverdale episode airing January 31.
Just 9 weeks to go until ClexaCon! For the new 2018 lineup they announced that there would be a panel devoted to One Day At A Time including Isabella Gomez, the actress who plays Elena, and executive producers/co-showrunners Gloria Calderon Kellett and Mike Royce. I was delighted to hear that this show would be represented at the convention because of how this show impacted my own life. Continue reading “@ClexaCon Countdown: @OneDayAtATime and Connecting to Elena from @kleffnotes”
Can a miniature superhero save a city? Find out on The Flash episode airing January 30.
Have you ever experienced something that felt as though it was conceived under either extreme intoxication or within some sort of fever dream? This is in no way meant as a critique, but rather seems the only logical way to explain how something like Stinker Lets Loose could ever have existed. This cult classic film from 1977 has been reborn in audiobook form by writer Mike Sacks and director Eric Martin after an unexpected find of the Stinker Lets Loose original novelization. For those of you who have never heard of this film get ready for the most hilariously inappropriate piece of culture that I have ever had the pleasure of experiencing. Continue reading “Stinker Lets Loose @audible_com Audiobook Review from @kleffnotes”
Can Lena not give in to her Luthor nature? Find out on the Supergirl episode airing January 29.
FireGirl is a comic book series inspired by real life superhero Stephanie Sorenson, a volunteer firefighter, teacher of students on the autism spectrum, and a Florida based actor. She also works to advocate for autism awareness on top of all of her other amazing work. In FireGirl she has been used to create the character of an epic fire using hero who finds herself battling some unexpected villains. Continue reading “@firegirlcomics #1 and #2 Comic Review from @kleffnotes”
Victoria goes to France on the Victoria on Masterpiece episode airing January 28.
Natasha and Elise did the Not My Arms challenge and I could not stop laughing! Enjoy this hilarious reaction video with my own secret little guest star in this week’s My Kinda Recaps. Continue reading “My Kinda Recaps: Handy Dandy Reactions ( @KindaTV_ )from @kleffnotes”
What makes Crazy Ex-Girlfriend special in addition to being well acted and written, is that it also has many characters whose unique personalities radiate our television screens every Friday night.