Latest Articles for Author: Kelly Mintzer

Fun. Com spider-gwen blanket scarf

Fun.com Spider-Gwen Blanket Scarf

I have recently come into possession of some pretty sweet loot from Fun.com. If you find yourself cocking your eyebrow a hair at a name so precisely on the nose, fret not, I did as well. But in the name of a year of living dangerously, I came in prepared to give them a fair…

Hypothesis v. 2. 0 – ‘hell night’ or ‘halloween’ for beginners

Hypothesis v. 2.0 – ‘Hell Night’ or ‘Halloween’ for Beginners

I made a mistake. Mea culpa and all that, and I’m ready to own it. I forgot that the unfortunate impact of the “side” aspect of “side hustle” is that sometimes things bustle in and you get off track. This, dear friends, was never my intention, but the summer reached chaotic heights, and time just…

Conclusions: ‘apostle’ is so good, and i owe me a beer

Conclusions: ‘Apostle’ Is so Good, and I Owe Me a Beer

Great news, everybody, I owe me a beer! Cruel fate and necessity dictates that I establish whether this is a triumphant, tears of my enemies kind of beer, or a good old fashioned shame beer. My friends, I’m sad to report, it is the latter. That my track record in guessing the plots of the…

Hypothesis: ‘castle freak’-twas beauty slayed the beast!

Hypothesis: ‘Castle Freak’-Twas Beauty Slayed the Beast!

Hi, my name is Kelly and you may remember me from such bad ideas as “what is Knife+Heart about, based solely on the trailer?”, and “oh, not that.” This week, I’ve watched the trailer for Castle Freak, a movie which reminded me several times of the fact that it was made by Stuart Gordon, a…

Hypothesis: ‘knife+heart’ – i think i know who did it…

Hypothesis: ‘Knife+Heart’ – I Think I Know Who Did It…

Hi, my name is Kelly and I like to watch movies. Often of the horror persuasion, but I am open to the entire spectrum of genre living. If there is one thing I enjoy more deeply than a good film (or a bad film, let’s not be hasty) it’s spending a long, fruitless evening, waffling…

‘what we do in the shadows’ considers new recruits, citizenship in an episode that is fine

‘What We Do in the Shadows’ Considers New Recruits, Citizenship in an Episode That Is Fine

The newest episode of What We Do in the Shadows had an impossible task from the word “newest-episode-of-What-We-Do-in-the-Shadows” (I know it’s not one word, let’s not get precious!). The last episode was sublime. Beyond the guest stars, it incorporated threads that were traced back to earlier episodes, and felt narratively important. There was virtually no…