Films to Look Forward to in November

Freaky – In Theaters on Nov. 13 and On Demand Dec. 4 Taking the “Freaky Friday” concept with a horror twist, “Freaky” follows teenage loser Millie Kessler, played by Kathryn Newton, who becomes the target of the Blissfield Butcher, played by Vince Vaughn. However, he instead of killing Millie, the Butcher ends up switching places…

Reset your goals

This year has been a complete reset to be able to tap into our creative ideas and be able to manifest them. Aside from the negatives. Let’s focus on the positives that 2020 has brought into our lives. To give you a little glimpse. “Just a few years ago, I never could imagine in my…

Times Are Strange. Write a Book.

National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is coming up in November. The event challenges participants to write 50,000 words during the month of November. Call me crazy but I’m just going to throw this out there. We’re living in very strange times. When we’re struggling with uncertainty, we tend to cling to the faniliar. It totally…

Ava – Bland Female Action Movie

Action film are a dime a dozen in the modern film landscape. If you can’t find a mainstream action film to keep your interest, there is more than likely another one hundred direct to DVD action films that can fulfill the same purpose with a lower budget. However, with those direct to DVD films, they…

Raise your voice against the rape culture in Bangladesh

People in Bangladesh has been waking up to new rape cases every day lately. It is assumed that at least 13 female gets raped daily and more than a thousand females has been raped in the past few months. The most horrifying part about this is that most rape cases remain unreported and these statistics…

The Media Is Evil And Is Dividing Us

Abraham Lincoln would be rolling over in his grave if he could see how divided our country currently is. After all, he’s the one who said “A house divided against itself cannot stand.” I don’t expect to change anyone’s political views after reading this. Nor is that the goal. For I am a 23-year-old woman…

Films to Look Forward to in October

Yet another month is coming up meaning there is new films to watch whether it be in theaters or on streaming services. Though many of the bigger releases scheduled are no longer set to play, that doesn’t mean there will be a void of anything to watch during this month. Spontaneous – In Select Theaters…

Taking a Look at 2020’s Odd Highest Grossing Films

Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, movie theaters have been shut down for the majority of the year. With many having closed in March, that leaves a good five to six months where nothing new has really come out. Couple that along with many of the year’s expected blockbusters being moved to 2021 or further, many…

Some Earth Science For You: Sinkholes in 2020

While a virus has been spreading around the world, Mother Nature has continued to create devastating natural disasters every day. There’s one natural phenomenon in particular that rarely makes headlines, but frequently claims lives, homes, and people’s happiness. I am talking about sinkholes, gaping holes in the Earth that strike when you least expect it,…

Is Trump Really the Problem?

You turn on your radio or TV, you open your browser or social media, Trump will be the on of the list. Some are weary of this and some are still looking for more of. Liberals will tell you of their lists of why Trump is a mess and he is taking US down. I…