Season of the Witch – Movie Review

The one thing you can always expect from any movie that casts Nicholas Cage in the leading role is a rollercoaster ride of emotion. And we’re not talking the good kind of emotion,… Continue reading

2011 Mid-Season TV Series & Season Premieres to Look Out For

It’s a new year, a new start and a flurry of new shows will be popping up vying for your attention, not to mention the return of shows that you’re already watching. Where… Continue reading

HOW DO YOU BURLESQUE? – A Burlesque Review

What do you get when you cross Coyote Ugly with Moulin Rouge and top it all off with the glamour of Cher? A whole lot of fishnets and glitter, that’s what. Making the… Continue reading

I’ve got a dream – Tangled: A Movie Review

We are aware that we’re about a month too late for this review but when it’s this awesome and enjoyable, you must forgive us. Disney movies have always held a place in our… Continue reading

You’re a Funny One, Mr. Grinch

Whether you joyously wrap yourself in Christmas spirit (like Veronica) or prefer to remain more of a bitter Scrooge (like Ashley), you can’t escape the classic Christmas tale of How the Grinch Stole… Continue reading

Suddenly Ravenous – Veronica’s Basil Eggplant

If there ever was a go to vegetable, it would definitely be the eggplant for me. From its gorgeous, glossy royal purple skin to its spongy interior that just begs me to season… Continue reading

You Can’t Be Us, We’re Rock Stars! Our Big Night Out with Arkells

When it comes to luck, Ashley doesn’t have a lot of it. Not for winning things, anyway. So a couple of weekends ago when she was encouraged to enter an online contest through… Continue reading

Review – Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One

Veronica has lived with this series from the beginning, eagerly anticipating each installment and booking days off to read each one as they were released. Nerdy and awesome? Yes and yes. Ashley, on… Continue reading

Passion can be destroyed. It can’t be created – Equus Review

You may be most familiar with the play Equus from all the press the London production received in 2007 when it cast Daniel Radcliffe of Harry Potter fame as the troubled Alan Strang.… Continue reading