Rogue One (2016)

I wish I had seen this as my first Star Wars film, in theaters (for my generation at least). I just had so many beautiful feelings watching this film. Rogue One was directed by Gareth Edwards, who also directed Monsters (2010) and Godzilla in (2014). It was written by roughly four people: Chris Weitz (About…

Five Fandom Friday

As I begin the last semester of university, I am reminded of back to school shopping (even though it is more of a “FALL” concept in stores). So I thought I’d present fictional character’s closets that I covet instead. It’s a combination of window shopping and outfit inspiration. Here are five characters whose closets/outfits I…

Chuck Palahniuk’s Choke

A recent trip to the library with my husband landed with me checking this out; I had asked for his advice one which one to read first. My superfoxyawesome friend Chelsea adores this author so I thought it was time I read one of his books. First off, I was not prepared for the vulgarity…

To Be Read Book Stack

I have a bad book habit. I get in a mood to buy books, which I pick up from Goodwill cheap usually, and come away with a hefty stack. Then, because I’m on that opportunity-to-read-something-I-don’t-own high, I go to the library and check out a few books. IT’S A VICIOUS CYCLE. At least it’s not…

5 Fandom Friday

The newest Sherlock got me thinking about my favorite fictional doctors. I haven’t had a chance to actually see it but the interwebs is twitterpated about it, so it all works out. Here is a list of my all time favorite fictional doctors! I decided to avoid any doctor shows as it felt too obvious…

January Update & Birthday Wishlist

Seeing as how I failed to complete a 5 Fandom Friday last week *cough cough* I realize that I should probably post something today! READING: Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister – by Gregory Maguire (Having a hard time putting it down, which is the complete opposite on how I felt about Out of Oz) Spaceman:…

Marvel Madness: Dr. Strange (2016)

I am knee deep in the super hero franchise, so I feel like it should be no surprise that Foxy Husband and I had to see Dr. Strange, despite the fact that Benedict Cumberbatch looks really weird with a mustache. Dr. Strange was written by Jon Spaihts, Scott Derrickson, and of course, a nod to…

2017 Northern California Conventions, Faires, Meetups, and Events

As a self proclaimed geek I thought it important to point out the upcoming conventions in Northern California (where I am located — somewhere). Since I’ve only been to the NorCal Renaissance Faire, the Dicken’s Faire, and the Salinas Valley Comic Con, I thought maybe I’d try to expand my horizons. Though I can’t afford…

5 Fandom Friday

I briefly mentioned in New Year – New Changes something called Cage Fever. What better way to enter a New Year than with madness with one of the most nutty actors out there? Foxy Husband and I have this theory about Nicolas Cage: Every Cage in every film he’s ever done is actually a different Nicolas…

Movies of 2017 pt 1

With a blog that primarily reviews movies and books, I thought it logical to prepare for the movies and Netflix of 2017. This list only goes to June as more movies will be announced later this year. As much as I would love to see the whole list in theaters, I don’t have that kind…

New Year – New Changes

Original title, yeah? Let’s be honest, most people expect a blog entry like this within the first week of the new year, I’m just getting it done on the first day. Okay, what to expect for Freckled Magic & Bananas: As some of you may have noticed, I have already implemented some changes to my…