Hey kids, Victoria here. So I had the amazing privilege of attending this year’s Comic Con International, as indicated by the rad podcast to your right. For years I had dreamed of going, but never had the cashflow for the plane ticket nor the pass, but I figured since I
Occupation: Super Soldier. Special Skills: Throws Shield Well. Captain America: The First Avenger, the latest Marvel film to hit theaters, came out of the gate strong with positive reviews from both critics and fans, and a box office return that just inched beyond fellow Marvel hero, Thor. The last
If anyone claims that Horns by Joe Hill is an easy read, or a light-hearted, fun novel, you may want to check their head for a pair of horns of their own, because they are most certainly lying. Other than the comic book Locke & Key, this is the first
After premiering in theaters in front of Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2 on Friday, the teaser trailer for The Dark Knight Rises, the final installment of Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy, has made it to the web. Check it out below! The teaser offers a new look at
Amid cheers and tears did a storytelling hallmark of my adolescence end this past Tuesday evening. At a press screening in New York City, I saw JK Rowling’s sprawling epic come to a close in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2. I started with the books 14 years ago and this movie was a fitting finale and interpretation of one of my favorite books in the series. While I usually stick to TV news and notes here on the Fridge, I am undoubtedly the biggest Harry fan of us all and am delighted to write this review.
Warning: this post contains spoilers for the movie – what the filmmakers included, what they didn’t, and how they did it. Hopefully there are no actual spoilers because y’all have read Deathly Hallows a respectable number of times!
Read on for Amy’s full review!