Alright fae folk, episode 5 of the Pop Culture Fae Podcast is out now! In this episode, I welcome on guest Kellye Greenwald to discuss our non-spoiler and spoiler thoughts on Thor: Love and Thunder.
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Pop Culture Fae Podcast – Episode 4: Thor: Love and Thunder Rewatch List and Fourth of July Films
Alright fae folk, episode 4 of the Pop Culture Fae Podcast is out now! In this episode I first discuss which MCU projects to rewatch before seeing Thor: Love and Thunder this coming weekend. Then, I share a list of some of my favorite movies to watch to celebrate the Fourth of July.
Movie Review: Jurassic World: Dominion
by Miller C. Lashbrook Jurassic World: Dominion was billed as the finale to the Jurassic franchise; I don’t know if it is because I just love movies with dinosaurs, but I do not want this to be the end. Once the dinosaurs were free from the island at the end of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,Continue reading “Movie Review: Jurassic World: Dominion”
Pop Culture Fae Podcast – Episode 2: Gay Disney Dads
Alright fae folk, episode 2 of the Pop Culture Fae Podcast is here! In this episode I talk to my fiancé, Zach Marion, about the Disney trope of “Gay Dad” characters. You can listen to this episode and the first episode now on Anchor, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and Amazon Music.
Pop Culture Fae Podcast – Episode 1: What is Pop Culture Fae?
It is official! I have launched the Pop Culture Fae Podcast to share this space with even more folks. You can listen to my first episode now on Anchor, Spotify, or Apple Podcasts.
MCU Review: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
by Miller C. Lashbrook Wow, wow, wow! After Black Widow over the summer seemed like average Marvel to me, I managed my expectations for the Marvel movies. But Shang-Chi blew those expectations out of the water. This movie is funny, thrilling, emotional, and wondrous all at once. This is the first movie since Spider-Man: FarContinue reading “MCU Review: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”
Movie Review: Candyman (2021)
by Miller C. Lashbrook Nia DaCosta’s Candyman is the perfect spiritual successor to the 1992 film with fitting social commentary for today and a visual aesthetic on the level of the best that cinema has to offer. Last October my fiancé and I made a list of horror and supernatural movies to watch leading upContinue reading “Movie Review: Candyman (2021)”