Mental health awareness has become a bit of a buzzword lately. It's wonderful to witness more people talking openly about their mental health and adopting self-care strategies. Nonetheless, when it comes to serious chronic mental health conditions like schizophrenia, people are still relatively uninformed (or misinformed) about...
Given the name of the show, the question of why Bojack Horseman is half-horse, half-man may seem a little self-explanatory. Beneath the obvious denotation of Bojack's name, however, you will find layers of clever satire and commentary of modern Hollywood and our own animal nature.
Buffy The Vampire Slayer celebrated its 20th anniversary two years ago. After seven seasons and a spin-off series, the show wrapped up in 2003. It will be receiving the reboot treatment in the near future but twenty years on, the original series is still poignantly relevant. Here...
If you're wondering why we have only selected the top five Stephen King adaptations, it is because there are over 40 in total. Here's the best of the best, ranked from worst to best. 5. Carrie (1976) The original Carrie adaptation...
*Mild spoilers for Dexter and Game of Thrones ahead.* If there's one thing angry fans hate more than anything else, it's a disappointing ending. And who can blame them? After investing potentially years in a series, it is hard not to feel betrayed when...
If there are any Game of Thrones fans left out there, here is a look back on the biggest plot twists we never saw coming. Spoilers ahead (obviously). 1. Ned Stark's Execution For those watching the show who hadn't read...
Unfortunately, Fleabag looks like it has come to an end after two strong seasons.  The award-winning Phoebe Waller-Bridge, known for Fleabag and Killing Eve, decided that she had achieved everything she wanted in the complex characterization of her dysfunctional nameless protagonist. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FhZHv2id6Sk
If you had told us that one of the best shows on NBC in 2019 would be a sitcom about moral philosophy, we would probably have thought you were pulling our leg. As Chidi often reminds us: no one likes a moral philosophy...
Twenty years ago, J.K. Rowling published a book about a young boy who lived under the stairs with his mean uncle and aunt. One day, a bearded man appears in the middle of the night and changes his life forever. That man was Rubeus Hagrid. When Harry...
I vaguely recall being eight-years-old and heading to the off-license with my dad. I picked out a Freddo chocolate frog and he picked out a pack of smokes and the Christmas TV guide. When we got home, we sat down and flicked through. Both of us had...