Jessica Jones season 2 is finally here - so what does my feminist ass think about it? It’s an undeniable fact that I loved season 1 of Jessica Jones – in fact, it was the first blog I wrote. So it was with a lot of jumping up and down, squealing, and Jim Beam pouring … Continue reading Jessica Jones season 2: classic case of season 2 fatigue, but what happened to the feminism?
If you haven't already seen Black Panther, then I'ma need you to close this tab and go watch it. Not because this blog post is riddled with spoilers (or is it? I haven't written it yet so I can't be sure), but because it's just a no-brainer that you should GO AND WATCH BLACK PANTHER. … Continue reading Black Panther: the worst part was Martin Freemans American accent
The Last Jedi - something I needed to immediately review after going to a midnight screening. God I'm trash for this franchise.
So, did it shape up to last season? Am I going to go all feminist on this shit? Do I want to BE Winona Ryder? Stay tuned.
A film that is being lauded as “the best sci-fi film of the decade” (painfully ignoring the genius, original, unsettling Ex Machina), is a 2 hour and 40 minute return to the Blade Runner universe of 1982. I have fairly strong feelings about the original, so it was only fair that I expected to have … Continue reading Blade Runner 2049: Nothing is safe from reboots
If you’ve ever mentioned 80’s sci-fi to me – even in passing – there is a 100% possibility that I then brought up Blade Runner – and not in a good way. The original Blade Runner is the kind of film I hate to love, and love to hate. It’s beautifully shot, it’s packed meaning … Continue reading Blade Runner: First we discuss the original
I sincerely hope you never ever EVER read the original book - but by all means watch the new film if you want.
Game of Thrones season 7 was shorter than other seasons but.... Why? I'm literally asking, someone answer me.
That’s what my friend Imojen posted on Facebook and boy has she really hit the nail on the head. This film is tense from the moment it begins to the moment it ends, and I wouldn’t so much call it an emotional ride as I would call it a 106 minute attack on the adrenal … Continue reading “Dunkirk aged me by about 11 years”
Wonder Woman has singlehandedly saved the DC Cinematic Universe - but what has she done for feminism?