Movie Review: Kinsey

It’s Pride Month, so now seems as apt a time as ever to review Kinsey, the wonderful biopic starring Liam Neeson. Released in 2004, Kinsey was a commercial and critical success, and it featured a star-studded cast. Is it just as good today as it was when I saw the movie in theaters back in 2004? Read on for my thoughts, and rent or buy the movie here.

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IMPACT Wrestling Donates A Portion Of All Sales From Its First-Ever IMPACT Pride Shirt To NAGAAA, The Charity That Runs The Annual Gay Softball World Series

IMPACT Wrestling today released its first-ever Pride shirt – with the IMPACT logo emblazed in the rainbow colors, and available in four different shirt colors – to coincide with Pride Month.

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Movie Review: Scream Queen! My Nightmare On Elm Street

Scream Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street is the best documentary I’ve seen this year and in a very long time. This film sets the record straight about the controversial sequel to A Nightmare on Elm Street, which both launched and ended Mark Patton’s acting career. This film is about him attempting to make peace with his past and embrace his legacy as cinema’s first male scream queen. Scream Queen! also finds Mark confronting the Freddy’s Revenge cast and crew for the first time, including co-stars Robert Rusler, Kim Myers and Clu Gulager, as well as Freddy Krueger himself, Robert Englund.

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How The Golden Girls Broke New Ground


When I was in my last year as an undergrad at Temple University, I decided to take a course called TV Criticism. It was fascinating, and it was also the first time I was introduced to Lost, which is now one of my favorite shows of all time.

For my final paper, I decided to write about what I consider to be the greatest sitcom ever, The Golden Girls. For the purpose of this blog post, I rewrote some parts and cleaned it up. Thankfully, I’m a better writer now than I was four years ago. Enjoy!

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