Neon sign with blue letters spelling out GUNPOWDER MILKSHAKE. They are outlined in pink rectangles that are underlined by an arrow in another shade of pink. Above the G there is an atomic style yellow star.

Review: GUNPOWDER MILKSHAKE Where All The Women (But Especially The Librarians) Are Badasses

A bit of advice? If you're wondering where they came up with the name Gunpowder Milkshake don't, for example, search for the phrase in the Urban Dictionary. I didn't, but my husband did and, judging by the look on his usually unflappable face, it was a doozy of a definition. And really, you don't need … Continue reading Review: GUNPOWDER MILKSHAKE Where All The Women (But Especially The Librarians) Are Badasses

Title THIS WAY UP in pink letters superimposed over Aine, wearing a green bathing suit, and Shona, wearing a black bathing suit, sitting inside a sauna with the glass door pushed open. Both women are very sweaty and their white skin is bright red.

Review: Make THIS WAY UP Season 2 Your Next Binge Watch

The first thing I thought when I started watching Season 2 of This Way Up was, I hope we get to watch Aisling Bea and Sharon Horgan as arguing, supportive, joking, somewhat co-dependent sisters until they're well into old age. I like to imagine all the ways the act will get richer, funnier, more nuanced, … Continue reading Review: Make THIS WAY UP Season 2 Your Next Binge Watch

Title card for Starstruck. White letters against a black background.

Review: The Only Bad Thing About STARSTRUCK is That There Isn’t More of It

Uh, yes, please and thank you. I very much enjoyed gorging my eyeballs on all the sticky opposites-attract romantical entanglements, witty comedic banter, and will-they, won't-they tension that Starstruck serves up. Did I initially squeal when I saw Nikesh Patel and his Genetically Blessed Face appear in the trailer? I absolutely did, which is an … Continue reading Review: The Only Bad Thing About STARSTRUCK is That There Isn’t More of It

Review: PLAN B Is Yet Another Reproductive Rights Road Trip Comedy I Didn’t Know I Needed!

This is the second movie I've watched that pairs a teenage road-trip comedy with reproductive health, and I have mixed feelings. These things really shouldn't go together like peanut butter and jelly or cardboard boxes and cats. Emergency contraception and abortion should be easily and locally available to all the teens (and adults) who need … Continue reading Review: PLAN B Is Yet Another Reproductive Rights Road Trip Comedy I Didn’t Know I Needed!