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”
I had the chance to chat with Hallea Jones about her role in the Netflix Original Series Locke & Key. As someone who loved the comics I was tremendously excited to learn that Netflix would be bringing the world to life. Thank you to Hallea Jones for answering all of my questions. Continue reading “Interview with Hallea Jones from @kleffnotes”
Heather Henson, the famed daughter of masterful Muppet and puppet creator Jim Henson, is bringing a new TV series to Amazon that will focus on creative puppet stories. Various forms of storytelling and creative puppetry bring to life a diverse assortment of stories that celebrate different creators from across the country. The series will feature a total of 16 short features, but for this article I will only be highlighting a few of the stories. Continue reading “Handmade Puppet Dreams Review from @kleffnotes”
The Good Place has ended, which I suppose might mean we are all currently in the Bad Place, but I would prefer not to delve into the semantics of that. What I loved about the show, beyond the acting and insightful examinations of humanity, was the fact that Eleanor was just so casually bisexual. I’m not sure if she ever used that term herself, but I have seen that term used on social media and as someone who is very committed to the identifier bisexual I loved the idea that a character played by Kristen Bell could be using that same term. Continue reading “The Bi Line: The Good Place and Good Characters from @kleffnotes”
CLEXACON, THE LARGEST MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT CONVENTION FOR LGBTQ+ WOMEN, TRANS AND NON-BINARY FANS AND CREATORS IN THE WORLD, RETURNS TO LAS VEGAS FOR ITS FOURTH YEAR.
Raising the bar for LGBTQ+ Inclusion in Film/TV Narratives and Characters. Continue reading “ClexaCon 2020 Press Release from @kleffnotes”
Even though I was home bound all weekend, the freezing rain in super northern New York has been no joke, I still managed to have an exceptionally queer time. First off it was Krista’s birthday and to celebrate I made her dinner. By default making dinner for your wife falls under the whole queer existence element of my life and beyond that I made very fancy(well seemingly fancy) food that was pescatarian. On top of just being a woman married to a woman, who I made butter poached salmon for, we also delved into a very queer binge session that took over our Saturday and Sunday. Continue reading “The Bi Line: My Big Queer Weekend from @kleffnotes”
*Disclaimer: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided me with a free copy of the DVD I reviewed in this Blog Post. The opinions I share are my own.*
The Monterey Five have returned and can be back on your screen today. The second season of Big Little Lies released on Blu-ray and DVD earlier this month and I finally had a chance to check it out. This season focuses on the repercussions the first season’s death has had on all of the women who were involved. Beyond expanding on each of the women’s storylines, they have also brought in a new lead character with Meryl Streep in the role of Mary Louise Wright. Continue reading “Big Little Lies DVD and Blu-ray Release Review from @kleffnotes”
Sandy Sidhu will be appearing in the series Nurses and she will also be appearing in the upcoming Apple+ series Home Before Dark. I chatted to her about both series as well as her time on Grey’s Anatomy. Thank you to Sandy Sidhu for answering all of my questions. Continue reading “Interview with Sandy Sidhu from @kleffnotes”
I had the chance to chat with Zahra Bentham about her role in the new Netflix Original series Spinning Out. We also chatted her own wintery sport experiences and her upcoming roles in other series. Thank you to Zahra Bentham for answering all of my questions.
Continue reading “Interview with Zahra Bentham from @kleffnotes”
I had the chance to chat with Gabriel Darku about his upcoming role on the Netflix series October Faction. Beyond that we delved a bit into his time on American Gods. Thank you to Gabriel Darku for answering all of my questions.