After finishing Battlestar Galactica (the re-imagined series) a few weeks ago, I decided to start watching Caprica. It’s been an inferior series, as shown by its recent cancellation, but it did have some promising themes. One of those themes I … Continue reading
Day 5 – Tuesday On Tuesday morning, we got up and drove out to Salt Lake City to Sandra Tanner’s bookstore. I interviewed her for a paper I’m working on for one of my classes. Then we headed to Cafe … Continue reading
My husband and I just watched Whip It [PG-13] (2009), Drew Barrymore’s directorial debut starring Juno favorite Ellen Page. It was absolutely delightful, and definitely something that I want to add to my film library for my daughter to watch … Continue reading
I just saw the video for “Please Don’t Leave Me” by P!nk. It cracked me up. This is how music videos should be done. Plus the references to Misery, Cujo, It and The Shining will please Stephen King fans. As … Continue reading
I was only 16 when I looked up the contents of the LDS temple ceremonies using an Internet search engine, and the year was 1998. I can’t even remember why I did it other than that the Mormons told me … Continue reading
I’ve been a fan of Joss Whedon for quite some time: Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Firefly & Serenity, you name it, if Joss did it I probably think it was at least watchable. And who could forget Dr. Horrible’s … Continue reading
And now, a post that has nothing to do with religion. A music video about the DC Animated Universe Batgirl called “When Batgirl Was Young.” I recommend watching it in high quality. I enjoyed the DCAU thoroughly, as my daughter … Continue reading
I can hardly wait. I hope the first few episodes get leaked like they did last year.