Interview with Kate Drummond from @kleffnotes

I had the chance to chat with Kate Drummond about her upcoming series on Hulu, Utopia Falls. I also couldn’t resist the chance to ask her about her time on Wynonna Earp as Agent Lucado. Thank you so much to Kate Drummond for indulging all of my questions, including the Earper ones. Continue reading “Interview with Kate Drummond from @kleffnotes”

The Bi Line: Surprise Gay Stuff! from @kleffnotes

When I make the time to workout, which is much harder to do now that I have a full time job and also live with my wife, Krista finds things to watch. You would be surprised how hard it is to be motivated to stop snuggling on the couch when you don’t get to see someone you desperately looked forward to moving in with for ages for the major hunk of your day. Back to the finding a show to watch element of this story. One night Krista started watching Brothers & Sisters on Hulu and in that moment we suddenly found ourselves down a deep rabbit hole of melodrama. While may not see every single episode of the show, I still see a majority of them. She no longer watches it while I workout, but sometimes we try to watch before bed and I more than once have immediately fallen asleep. I was expecting this show to just be a bit of a soap opera-y romp, but there was something that caught me entirely by surprise, Kevin. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Surprise Gay Stuff! from @kleffnotes”

The Bi Line: New Year, New You and Terrible Tropes from @kleffnotes

Normally I don’t really write articles that delve into what I disliked about a piece of pop culture, but after watching New Year, New You on Hulu I just kept fixating on how much this movie frustrated me. This movie came out as part of the Into the Dark series and acted as their January holiday themed feature. Based on the trailer I was really looking forward to checking this new addition out, especially since I really enjoyed the other movies they’d released. When I started the movie I was enjoying it and relishing in the fact that this was an all female horror movie cast, until the first death happened and I started fuming. Continue reading “The Bi Line: New Year, New You and Terrible Tropes from @kleffnotes”

The Bi Line: The Bisexual Because I Have To, Right? from @kleffnotes

As someone who decided to start an article series with Bi in the title, I think the universe demands that I write about the Hulu Original Series The Bisexual. The series debuted in late 2018 on the streaming service and I decided to save any coverage of it for this specific venue. The series focuses on Leila, played by Desiree Akhavan, who after ten years with her girlfriend decides that she needs to take a break. This sets into motion a period of experimentation and examination that leads her to at one point identify as bisexual. Continue reading “The Bi Line: The Bisexual Because I Have To, Right? from @kleffnotes”

Pooka! Movie Review from @kleffnotes

After movie to Los Angeles an actor in search of work winds up at an interesting audition. While he has a monologue prepared the casting agent is far more interested in whether he can perform certain actions in a specific order. when he gets cast as Pooka for a massive holiday marketing campaign what seemed like a simple job becomes far more complicated. Continue reading “Pooka! Movie Review from @kleffnotes”

ClexaCon Panelist Interview with Marlene Forte from @kleffnotes ( @ClexaCon )

Marlene Forte has made a path for herself in Hollywood on her own terms in a fantastic way. As an actor with an impressive portfolio I had a chance to digitally interview her about her career, her work, and ClexaCon. You can see her Sunday from 2-3 at the Diversity and Inclusion Panel. Continue reading “ClexaCon Panelist Interview with Marlene Forte from @kleffnotes ( @ClexaCon )”

@112263OnHulu had It’s Final Show And It Was Perfect. Bravo! via @erinwise82

I had never thought to get Hulu before hearing about 11.22.63. That’s the honest truth. Whenever you hear the names Stephen King or JJ Abrams, you know something awesome is coming. When you hear those two names together along side James Franco, you know you’re about to see brilliance on your screen. When I heard this project premiered, I was on Hulu ordering my subscription within minutes. For me it was a great decision, I love the service on top of this wonderful mini series.  ARTICLE CONTAINS SPOILERS!! Continue reading “@112263OnHulu had It’s Final Show And It Was Perfect. Bravo! via @erinwise82”

What the Heck? No @LuciferonFOX Tonight from @kleffnotes

Tonight #DevilsNight will sadly be missing a devil. Lucifer isn’t on tonight, much to the sorrow of Lucifans everywhere. I thought with no Lucifer tonight that I would give suggestions for ways to make it through until we get a brand new Lucifer next week. Find out my top three ways to survive your Luciferless week below. Continue reading “What the Heck? No @LuciferonFOX Tonight from @kleffnotes”