I considered saving this for my traditional year-end highlight list, but opted to give this show its own post because A) I have a ton of thoughts on it RIGHT NOW that I wish to express and B) I have a ton of thoughts on it which would inevitably take up no less than half of that post and still not really do them justice. So I’m just taking some time to write said thoughts down and dedicating a whole post to it, though it’s not really a proper review. If you want a review, here it is: If you’ve ever had the slightest interest in Fruits Basket, watch this show. It is beautiful. Read more
This year was pretty low key for me in terms of highly anticipated releases, but on the plus side, I finally got around to some great stories that I missed out on in the past few years! I certainly have a lot to anticipate in 2019 (particularly Fruits Basket and Star Wars), but first I’ll share my best finds from this year. Read more
Frodo has his “private talks” and receives some much-needed guidance as the Black Riders close in. Read more
While I personally tend to gravitate toward children’s literature, there is a grand tradition of mature Christian storytelling, stories that grapple with real and pressing issues in a thoughtful manner. Read more
Everyone who knows me knows that I am not prone to anger. I have a very easygoing temper, and although I might get sad or upset at the drop of a hat, I rarely succumb to full-blown anger or hatred. I was angry when I left the theater after seeing Avengers: Infinity War.
***SPOILERS FOR INFINITY WAR (and Guardians of the Galaxy 1 & 2, I guess)*** Read more
This franchise holds a special place in my heart. While it wasn’t my first fandom (that honor belongs to Narnia), it was the first multimedia franchise I was really engaged in, and I was once deeply entrenched in it. Upon (finally) procuring my copy of The Last Jedi, I felt compelled to rank my favorite Star Wars films, so I decided to revisit them (I hadn’t seen some of them for a very long time) and write my thoughts in a list format. Read more