Review: Frontier

Frontier is a fictionalized story, but most of the big lines of history are being respected. I have never been a fan of the Baie Company and was shocked when they decided to rebrand back to the Baie D'hudson Company after all the horrors and corruption they had done (smallpox infested blankets, asking that fur... Continue Reading →

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Between Screen and Chair

Some computer problems are easier than others to solve. I am an absolute fan of the IT crowd. The first time I watch this episode, I was laughing so much my ribs were hurting. As tech support, I can genuinely say, I've had days exactly like this one. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rksCTVFtjM4   I thought I would share... Continue Reading →

Review: Quantico

I am currently listening to Quantico and it is quickly becoming one of my top favourites series. Quantico is about a group of young new FBI recruits going through training. The interpersonal relationship is well developed. There is excellent intrigue, humour, twists, mystery and drama. Each character highlighted in the series have incredible strengths and weaknesses.... Continue Reading →

Review: Glow

I should start this review by saying that I am not a wrestling fan.When I watched the Pilot episode, I wasn't convinced I would like a show about women wrestling. I decided to give it a shot because I had heard a lot of good things about the series. The series is about 14 misfit... Continue Reading →

Review: Blackway

If you have been a victim of rape, domestic violence or/and stalking or if you are sensitive to those type of stories, please be warned that this movie might be a major trigger. This movie is very dark and extremely violent. Some of this violence is aimed towards young children and animals. A young woman, Lilian,... Continue Reading →

Review: The Bold Type

When the commercials first hit television, the jokes were witty and feminist, which immediately caught my intrigue. Even my husband showed interest which a wonderful bonus. I expected this series to be a silly, guilty-pleasure show, but it turned out to be much more than that. It's just fun and dishy, but it also turned out... Continue Reading →

Top 10 Blog Articles (August 2017)

Revisiting the Top 10 blogs from August 2017: 1ST PLACE: Review: The Worst Witch "The Worst Witch is a British fantasy television series aimed towards families about a group of young witches at a witchcraft boarding school. The series is based on books by Jill Murphy." 2ND PLACE: Memories of Nice, France "The first taxi driver at the beginning of the line... Continue Reading →

Review: Bill Nye Save the World

This is a Netflix original series aimed at adults. Each episode of about 30 minutes, mixes humour with science. I highly recommend this series to everyone young and old, really. Here are a few of my favourite episode so far: S1: E1 EARTH IS A HOT MESS The first episode talks about global warming. He explains... Continue Reading →

Review: The Worst Witch

The Worst Witch is a British fantasy television series aimed towards families about a group of young witches at a witchcraft boarding school. The series is based on books by Jill Murphy. If you have children or enjoy family movies and television, I personally recommend this series, which can be found on Netflix. The stories... Continue Reading →

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