So many of these episodes revolve around women. I wish I had a more eloquent and well thought out thesis statement to go along with that observation. It’s just a theme I’m picking up on. From “Mudd’s Women,” to “Th
I love the title of this episode. Although, it’s a bit misleading. In this Christine Chapel heavy entry, the Enterprise is dispatched to find missing science guy, Dr. Roger Korby. He also happens to be Nurse Chapel’s fiance. He also also
I watched “Mudd’s Women” twice. Why be coy, right? I was a bit offended on the first go. Perhaps, because this was the late ’60s, I was waiting for the story of three hauntingly beautiful women that seem to mesmerize the male
When I dislike a Whedon film or project, then I’ll write a long, rambling post about it. Because I expected to, and did in fact, love Much Ado About Nothing, I feel a meandering rehash is unnecessary. Unless you’d like me to synopsize Sha
I was one of those people. For a long time I simply didn’t “get” why anyone would still own a VCR. Everything’s out on DVD, you crazy fools! A few things helped change that sort of ridiculous way of thinking. 1. This magazine,
Let it be said that this is a post about Evil Dead 2013. Circumstances surrounding a viewer as they watch a film can greatly effect their reaction to said film. Jammed into a packed theater filled with salivating fans ready to yell, clap, and whoop a
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