Author Archives: Roz

AMERICAN GODS: “A Murder of Gods” {Roundtable}

This week on American Gods we met Vulcan (guest star Corbin Bernson), watched the hijinks of Laura (Emily Browning) and Mad Sweeney (Pablo Schreiber), and are not edging closer to what sort of battle Mr. Wednesday (Ian McShane) and the new gods. Thing One: How do you feel about this Coming to America? Mynda: They are beginning to fill in ... Read More »

American Gods Roundtable: The Secret of Spoon

American Gods delivered another strong episode last night, we met some new characters and dug a little deeper into our familier faces. See what we have to say and let us know in the comments what you thought. How do you feel about the different Coming to America stories to introduce some of these gods to us? Mynda: I like ... Read More »

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Celebration

For a large portion of the population aged twenty-eight to thirty-five, today is a banner day. Beauty and the Beast comes out of the Disney Vault and will now be available on BluRay, and the studio came through and put together a great show in New York City for fans today. Rather than the movie’s first North American appearance at ... Read More »

THE WIZ: My Favorite Things

The Wiz is one of those shows that I somehow never watched often as a young girl, but it still left a mark on my life. For me, I only watched – or really listened to – small pieces of the show, mostly remembering Diana Ross and Michael Jackson’s performances. So the idea of a new version – and as ... Read More »

THE HUNTSMAN: First Posters Released

Entertainment Weekly just released some new posters from The Huntsman, a prequel to the wildly successful Snow White and the Huntsman. The posters include returning cast members Charlize Theron and Chris Hemsworth, along with new-comers to the franchise Emily Blunt and Jessica Chastain. Without even knowing the plot, I can already say that I’m excited for a prequel and what ... Read More »

Old Tales Made Offensive Now?

Over the last few months, there was a buzz around the internet about Warner Bros.’ Pan, but it wasn’t always good. One of the most prevalent topics about the movie was the lack of representation in the casting of Tiger Lilly (Rooney Mara). What most of us remember as kids watching either Mary Martin or the Disney cartoon, was that ... Read More »

“Seven Tales” by G.C. McRae, a Return to Old Time Storytelling

On October 7th the world will be introduced to seven new fairy tales told in the style of the masters, the Brothers Grimm and Han Christian Andersen. “Seven Tales” includes a fearful king and his seven daughters, a boy and a giant, a little orphan girl who changed the life a a queen, a miller who learns a lesson about ... Read More »

INTO THE WOODS: Impression from Two Sets of Eyes

So as you know, I’ve been a fan of Into the Woods for years, but Liz watched for the first time recently and we figured that it was a perfect time to see the difference (if any) between a seasoned fan and a new one. Here we go – we went at some questions and went to town. Or the ... Read More »

CINDERELLA: What a Difference the Years Make

As a four-year old girl, the first two movies I remember seeing were re-releases of both Sleeping Beauty and then Cinderella. They were magical experiences to a young girl – filling my head with ideas of true love and how goodness could win out in the end. Over the years, I’ve grown, but each of these two movies stand out ... Read More »

SLEEPY HOLLOW: EPs Tease Rest of Season at Comikaze

Near the end of Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo in Los Angeles on Sunday, fans of Sleepy Hollow were treated to an advanced screening of “Deliverance” and a short question and answer session with co-executive producer Raven Metzner and writers Sam Chalsen and Damien Kindler. Only a few questions were able to be answered, but all proved to be informative about ... Read More »