I’m back with another book review. This was going to be part of the next installment for my “The Quick and the Queer” short queer-centric book reviews, but in celebration of the March 7 release of Benjamin Sáenz’s new novel The Inexplicable … Continue reading Book Review: The Inexplicable Logic of My Life by Benjamin Sáenz
Part two! PART TWO! It has arrived. Notice a second photo of beloved Sufjan Stevens. I promise he’s just as relevant in this post as he was in Part One. If you see the massive wall of text below and … Continue reading The Quick and the Queer – Short LGBT+ Book Reviews, Pt 2
(I promise the above picture of Sufjan Stevens is at least sort of relevant. Kind of. *squint*) Because I have decided to have absolutely no chill in the Year of our Lord 2017, I’ve already read four books since … Continue reading The Quick and the Queer – Short LGBT+ Book Reviews, pt 1
Love triangles are among one of the most commonly used plot devices in modern young adult fiction, and the source of their popularity and implications irk me to no end. The overused, run-in-the-ground love triangle has a long history, recognized … Continue reading Why I Hate Love Triangles
So apparently Rob Letterman, director of Monsters vs. Aliens, is in talks to direct Goosebumps: The Movie. And that’s fine, whatever. The part that I’m stoked about? THERE IS GOING TO BE A GOOSEBUMPS: THE MOVIE. Maybe it’s because I’m … Continue reading New Director for Goosebumps: The Movie
Please don’t mess up the Hunger Games movie. If there is one movie in the next decade that you get right, make it this one. There are way too many factors riding on this movie being successful. I’ve included a list below that will numerically express what these factors are in order.
1. My happiness: If you do to this movie what Joel Shumacher did to Batman and Bane, I will send a vial of my tears to your corporate office.
2. Jennifer Lawrence: She’s a nice girl coming off an Oscar nomination and a good turn as Mystique in X-Men: First Class. Don’t ruin her career.
3. Fans: This book has fans. You will make them sad if this movie is terrible.
A trailer was shown of Hunger Games in which our hero Katniss is seen in the wilderness with her bow. Then a bunch of fire starts blasting, referencing the scene in the book where fire starts blasting. Okay, cool. Looks good. Then I find out that, since they started filming, this scene is all they had. Really? In all this time, you have shots of a bunch of trees? That’s like saying “We’re hard at work at The Dark Knight Rises,” but then only having footage of buildings. So far, all I’ve seen is this weak trailer and a bunch of movie posters featuring the different characters posing with different levels of brooding. Continue reading “A plea on behalf of Hunger Games”