Book Review: The Fangirl’s Guide to the Galaxy: A Handbook for Geek Girls by Sam Maggs

Quirk Books never disappoints! After approaching their booth in 2017's ECCC, I have yet to find a geeky subject that they cannot deliver on. Impressed by the witty nerdy references and narration of Geek Wisdom and The Geek's Guide to Dating, it followed that purchasing this guide book would not only be entertaining but provide... Continue Reading →

True Crime Garage (Podcast)

Power tools, air conditioning, and podcasts; these are a few of my tech age favorite things. Before the iPod craze, I would rely on the radio and whatever came up to pass the time as I did jobs around the house. Buying and downloading music was a hassle but it was the only way to... Continue Reading →

Accused: The Unsolved Murder of Elizabeth Andes (Podcast)

Two trials. Two acquittals. No new leads, suspects or witnesses. The Andes family, Beth's friends, and Bob Young, the boyfriend everyone was convinced was responsible for her demise are still waiting for a conviction and/or answers after 40 years. Reporters Amber Hunt and Amanda Rossmann from the Cincinnati Enquirer investigate the unsolved murder of the beautiful... Continue Reading →

Disappeared (Investigation Discovery)

There are a lot of shows out there on true crime but none will leave you as distraught and thirsty for answers as Disappeared. With reenactments and interviews from the loved ones of the missing, this show attempts to keep on the public eye the mysterious disappearances of people of all ages around the United... Continue Reading →

In Ice Cold Blood (Oxygen)

Before finding my new guilty pleasure The Wonderland Murders, I had been watching In Ice Cold Blood narrated by SVU's own Ice-T. As a fan of true crime shows I couldn't pass up on the opportunity to check out this dark spin on this documentary format and wasn't impressed with the stand alone episodes. Don't... Continue Reading →

Voltron: Legendary Defender Season 6

As a lifelong fan of Voltron, I was excited about the reimagining of the series Dreamworks launched with Netflix. What I wasn't expecting was a coherent, cohesive, spellbinding journey into the human condition that expands the lore of the robeast fighting mech team. Romance, long lost family, and even reincarnation are a few of the... Continue Reading →

LA to Vegas (Fox)

The first time I saw this show it reminded me of Airline, the TV reality series from A&E about Southwest Airlines, but instead of the drama of unruly passengers, Jackpot Airlines handles the ups and downs of air travel by mailing it in. A parody of an industry that relies on customer service but really... Continue Reading →

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