Reviews

‘History Is All You Left Me’ book review: A poignant story of love and loss

Adam Silvera’s sophomore novel, History Is All You Left Me, is the story of a boy who’s heart was broken by the death of his ex-boyfriend, and he finds comfort in the most unexpected person.

Review: Netflix’s ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ is a brilliant adaptation of Lemony Snicket’s novels

Open to the first page of A Series of Unfortunate Events’ “The Bad Beginning” and you’ll read the following dedication: “To Beatrice – Darling, Dearest, Dead.” Begin streaming Netflix’s adaption and you’ll be greeted by those same words in an opening title card.

‘The OA’ review: To believe or not believe, that is the question

The latest Netflix original The OA premiered last Friday and now that we’ve had a full week to think it over, here’s our review.

‘Jim Henson’s Labyrinth Artist Tribute’ book review: A stunning return to the maze

Jim Henson’s Labyrinth Artist Tribute is a beautiful salute to an iconic film, its creator, and its stars.

With ‘Rogue One,’ Lucasfilm shows us their ‘Star Wars Stories’ will deliver on an epic scale

Rogue One is Lucasfilm’s first Star Wars spinoff, and with it the studio is telling fans that this new series of offshoots will deliver good storytelling over anything else.

Book review: ‘Born a Crime’ by Trevor Noah is equal parts hilarious and insightful

Daily Show host Trevor Noah takes his experiences growing up in South Africa and puts them together in Born a Crime for our entertainment and enlightenment.

‘Fire in You’ by Jennifer L. Armentrout review: The perfect goodbye to the Wait For You saga

New Jen Armentrout books bring a joy all their own, but when they also bring about the close of one of my favorite series of hers? It’s the slightest bit bittersweet as well.

‘Moana’ review: Disney’s latest musical fills our sails and becomes a classic

When Disney released The Princess and the Frog in 2009 and unofficially announced that they would be returning to the animated Disney musical format, fans were excited, but not quite obsessed yet.

Kal-Elle Fandom Monthly subscription box review: Ready, set, geek-cessorize!

Sometimes, a girl just wants to show her geeky side through cute accessories and wearables. Thanks to the Kal-Elle Fandom Monthly subscription box service, now you can.