Sherlock Season 4 is filming! I know, I know. You’ve seen Setlock pictures online. You’ve seen Gatiss teasing us. (Did you expect him to resist?) Now, I don’t have cable anymore, BBC doesn’t have a streaming service, and I’m not willing to wait until long after the internet has spoiled all the good stuff before […]Read More Don’t Get Too Excited, Oh Who’re We Kidding
Did you catch the Doctor Strange teaser trailer yet? Well then, please allow me to share it with you. Not only is it a new release from Marvel, and they’ve been on a roll with their movies. (Okay, I haven’t seen Ant Man, but that’s more of a time constraint issue than a lack of […]Read More Doctor Strange Teaser Trailer, Finally!
Moriarty? No? Sorry, not actually Moriarty, but with with announcement that the Christmas(ish) special of Sherlock will be released in cinemas worldwide, I couldn’t resist. Of course, we’ve missed Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman! I’m not even going to mention the rest of the cast, because it would just take to long. However, you have not been […]Read More Missed Me?
Okay, so maybe this is a bit extreme, but in addition to the NE Aquarium, Freedom Trail, Salem, Fenway, and Sam Adams Brewery I had to tell you about the food (and beer). One of the great experiences of any vacation is trying out the local cuisine. Coming from a landlocked state, I jump at […]Read More Boston: Part Five – Food!
Here’s a little feature on Khan in Star Trek: Into Darkness ‘Til next time, JessicaRead More Khaaaaaaaaannnnnn!
I got all excited about a headline I saw today. Sherlock Season 4 “Closer”! Did they really mean closer to release? Did I miss something? Nope, but Mark Gatiss tells Radio Times that they’re closer to getting a date to start filming. This is the problem with a show with fantastically talented and popular creators […]Read More Any Idea When We’ll See Sherlock’s Season 4?
Yes, I had to wait for The Fifth Estate to be released on DVD & Blu-Ray before I could watch it. Unfortunately, the run in theaters here was incredibly short during a very busy time for me, and I missed it. Thankfully, the wait for it to arrive on DVD wasn’t too long. The Fifth Estate is the […]Read More The Fifth Estate
I recently posted that Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s Kubla Khan is my favorite poem. Then I found this clip of Benedict Cumberbatch reading it. Although the cadence and pace are not the same as the way I typically read it, which is really similar to the way my college professors did, the change in pace shifted my […]Read More Kubla Khan Read by Benedict Cumberbatch
Keats read by Benedict Cumberbatch…poetry month. (Yep, that’s the only reason I found this…poetry month.) ‘Til next time, JessicaRead More Ode to A Nightengale
August: Osage County began life as a Pulitzer Prize and Tony award-winning play written by Tulsa’s own Tracy Letts. Letts also wrote the screenplay, so I had no worries about the continuity between the play and the movie. The cast is absolutely stellar, and there was no doubt these actors would pull the best from the script. […]Read More August: Osage County: A Film Review