Game of Thrones: Winter Has Come and With Allies, Books, and Justice-Part 4 of 4

And welcome to Part 4 of my Game of Thrones The Winds of Winter review!!! So much happened last night, it needed to be split up into four parts. The first you can read here, which is all about the events taking place in the North. Part 2 you can read here, about Daenerys and what’s going on in … More Game of Thrones: Winter Has Come and With Allies, Books, and Justice-Part 4 of 4

Game of Thrones: A Mad Queen Rises-Part 3 of 4

Welcome to Part 3 of 4 of my Game of Thrones The Winds of Winter recap/review!! I’ve already covered the events in the North, as well as everything going on with Daenerys, so now it’s time for King’s Landing. Or should I say, Queen’s Landing. The episode began with Cersei looking out at the Sept of Baelor, while Tommen, … More Game of Thrones: A Mad Queen Rises-Part 3 of 4

Game of Thrones: The Queen Sets Sail-Part 2 of 4

Welcome to Part 2 of my 4 part Game of Thrones finale extravaganza!!! It’s not really an extravaganza, it’s more just me ranting about the awesome Season 6 finale last night, but extravaganza sounds so much fancier. Last night, I covered all of the events having to do with The King in the North, so now let’s move … More Game of Thrones: The Queen Sets Sail-Part 2 of 4

Game of Thrones: The King In the North Whose Name is Stark (For Real!!) Part 1 of 4

SO MANY QUESTIONS. SO MANY ANSWERS. WHERE TO BEGIN, WHERE TO BEGIN, WHERE TO BEGIN!?! The Game of Thrones Season 6 Finale aired tonight, titled The Winds of Winter, a nod to George R R Martin himself. And so much happened. So much that I am not going to try and fit this into one article, because it’s … More Game of Thrones: The King In the North Whose Name is Stark (For Real!!) Part 1 of 4

Why I Loved American Horror Story And My Favourite Moments

I think I first started getting into binge-watching shows back in Grade 10, when I started watching Being Human UK and fell in love hard and fast. Over the years, I’ve nearly perfected the art of marathoning shows, and now, here we are. Well, here I am. Having watched the entirety of American Horror Story … More Why I Loved American Horror Story And My Favourite Moments

We Need To Talk About the Newest Game of Thrones Alliance

On Sunday, the second last episode of Game of Thrones Season 6, The Battle of the Bastards, aired. And my Gods, it was amazing!! The Bastard Bowl itself was out of this world, and for my recap and review on that, click here. But that isn’t the only war being fought in Thrones right now. We got a glimpse into what’s going … More We Need To Talk About the Newest Game of Thrones Alliance

Penny Dreadful: Why That Heartbreaking Finale Was the Perfect End to a Perfect Show

For anyone who isn’t caught up, please turn away. Bookmark this post and come back to it after you finish the series. For those of you who haven’t seen any of Penny Dreadful yet, please go and watch it now, and come back and cry with me when you’re ready. There are no words to describe the … More Penny Dreadful: Why That Heartbreaking Finale Was the Perfect End to a Perfect Show

The Battle of the Bastards: Why It Was Perfect and What Will Happen Next

Last night, the famed and long-awaited Battle of the Bastards, also known as the Bastard Bowl, finally aired. The showdown we all wanted, we all knew was coming, and we sat on the edge of our seats for, probably since Season 5. And I just have to say, R’hllor, Old Gods, New Gods, whoever is listening, … More The Battle of the Bastards: Why It Was Perfect and What Will Happen Next

I Think Game of Thrones Just Crushed That Theory, and More From “No One”

Last night, episode 8 of Game of Thrones, titled “No One” aired, and I have some opinions. And by some, I mean a lot. Some are very good, some are very not so good (I don’t want to say bad, but…yeah, I’m not entirely happy right now). I’m just going to jump right in here. … More I Think Game of Thrones Just Crushed That Theory, and More From “No One”