There’s so much on your streaming services right now, who has time to scroll thru it all? Watch this: the stuff I’m bookmarking to binge this month.
Beth Thorne, Editorial Team
Current Obsessions: Fantasy novels. John Krasinski. Dr Pepper in a can. Melina Marchetta. Her daughters. Edinburgh. The Captive Prince fandom. Her husband in Carharrt’s. James Alexander Malcolm MacKenzie Fraser. New words. Making friends on Twitter. SUMMATIME.
Beth took 3 years of Latin in high school and now speaks fluent pretension, which fully explains her current preference for gay wizard regency novels. She will roll over for a giant book with a map in the front. She takes comic book recommendations every day but Wednesday.
Wigging Outlander is a complex fandom event in which fans are simultaneously elated by the dissemination of news and despondent over the content of that news (which may or may not contain lamentations over wigs). Outlander Season 4 trailer has us Wigging Outlander.
One of my favorite things to do at San Diego Comic-Con is walk the immense showroom floor, looking for little diamonds in the rough – books, comics, or artists that spark my attention and imagination when I walk by. Sure, the big wigs on the floor have all the flash, but it’s often the little […]
We love Schitt’s Creek so much we did a deep dive to give you every book and magazine they’ve read on the show: The Schitt’s Creek Reading List is here!
Southern Gothic has tricks up its sleeves. It smiles as it strikes. And it’s nothing if not full of contradictions. It’s about poverty and privilege. It’s about mental illness and machinations. It’s drenched in body odor and honeysuckle. And HBO’s newest series, Sharp Objects, based on the book by Gillian Flynn of Gone Girl fame, is Southern Gothic at its grittiest and greatest.