The Films of Alfred Hitchcock Includes: The 39 Steps, The Lady Vanishes, Rebecca,Notorious, Rope, Strangers on a Train, I Confess, Dial M For Murder, Rear Window, Vertigo, North by Northwest, Psycho, Marnie, The Birds. Read online or download. Reviews of Hitchcock's films will be going up on my movie blog over the next week.... Continue Reading →
There's been a little bit of confusion about our topic for March / April 2013 issue of Femnista, so let me make things clear: oneshots in fiction are short stories. This means if you sign up for the issue, you need to pick a movie / television show / literary character that you love, and... Continue Reading →
Name: Hannah Kingsley Personality Type: I am an I/ENFP – meaning I am somewhat in-between being an introvert and extrovert. I am a social person and I love being around people, but I also need more down-time than many extroverts. (Most recently I scored ENFP, however) Famous ENFPs: Cher, Wendy Darling, Carrie Bradshaw, Barack Obama.... Continue Reading →
Name: Gina Personality Type: INFJ Famous INFJs: Plato, Carl Jung, Agatha Christie, Florence Nightingale, Cate Blanchett, Edward Norton. What do you love most about yourself? I get great pleasure out of the little things of life. What would you most like to change about yourself? I procrastinate, get distracted, and don’t finish things. (That sounds... Continue Reading →
History is my thing. I find truth more fascinating than fiction. Recently, I found a miniseries about the construction of the RMS Titanic. I enjoyed it in spite of historical inaccuracies (oops) but was most intrigued by its approach to the business end of Harland & Wolff. In 1910-1912, Ireland was in an uproar between... Continue Reading →
Name: Gabrielle—although in Femnista and in my other writings, my nom de plume is “Ella.” I find it offers less chance of being misspelled than Gabrielle. Personality Type: I am an ENFJ. I am definitely a girl who feels deeply and gets empathetic pretty quickly. However, I can sway between being introverted (like meeting new... Continue Reading →
I just finished watching the twelve-hour miniseries Titanic: Blood & Steel. You can find my "official" review here, but because I've been DYING all week to talk about this series as it unfolded, I'm throwing out some extra comments that didn't seem appropriate in a review setting. I've tried to avoid spoilers where I can.... Continue Reading →
More on other things tomorrow (like Titanic: Blood & Steel), but... waaaaaah, and I'm really, really glad I had spoilers going into this episode of Downton Abbey.
I'm a tad surprised this landed a PG13 rating, but that's always nice!