Kendra lives somewhere in between reality and believing she’ll marry Backstreet Boy Nick Carter. After two years of stress thanks to a job she grew to hate, she left and focused 90% of her attention on the one thing that had been her right hand man since she was 13: writing. Currently she writes often for Fandomania, Roni Reports, MTV Geek, and her own music blog, Golden Mixtape.
No matter who you were, the characters of Daria resonated with you, and it's been 10 years since we heard from this class of misfits who fit perfectly into our "whatever" generation's lives. So it's time for a class reunion to see where they are... Read More
Sabrina was the half mortal/half witch who sprang from a comic book life and into Friday nights. You'd think being magical would've made her cool? Nope, she was an outcast "freak" and we loved her for it. But ever since Sabrina rode off into the sunset Read More
In the early '90s, Home Improvement was prime entertainment. With the power of too much time on my hands and urge to Google JTT, this is what the Taylor family and co. is definitely up to 13 years later… Read More
Clarissa explained it all — we know that from the title and dedicating ourselves her every word — but the thing that was never explained was where Clarissa and her family ended up. Did Clarissa and Sam wind up together, did Ferguson ever become a normal Read More
We can easily Google where the actors are and stalk them out on Twitter for an @ reply, but we’re left with only assumptions about the actual characters. Did Eric ever amount to anything? How many kids did Cory and Topanga have? Mr. Feeny ever retire? Read More
Tweens screaming, collecting everything a cutie's face is on, and fits of the shakes when near them... for a character in a book? For generations, teenybopping was reserved for heartthrob actors in cutesy movies and TV shows and skillfully-crafted boy Read More
Matilda, James and the Giant Peach, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory are timeless tales about kids who live against the norm, teaching us life lessons like individuality, bravery and hope. However, there is one Roald Dahl book I’ve forever yearned Read More
What happened to the spirit of childhood in movies? They didn’t have to be blockbusters, all they had to be was entertaining. Tin Tin and Hugo are beautiful, but do they compare to the value of Blank Check or The Mighty Ducks series? I don’t think so. Read More
At the end of the day I sit and wonder, why haven’t we gotten a Jetsons movie? We’re in the “future” now, and since Apple hasn’t given us flying cars and homes in the sky, then Hollywood should. Lucky for them, I have a cast in mind. Read More
Have your Batman, take your Spider-Man, and love your Superman — just leave me Captain Planet. While making the environmentally conscious cartoon from the '90s into a live action movie has been my dream for some time, I fear it will take a turn for Read More
Remember when people panicked because they thought the Zodiac signs were going to change? While you laugh at your friend who swears she’s going to find her true love because Mars is in her Moon wave, sit back and see who and what made 2011 newsworthy. Read More
No matter what decade owned your youth, it’s the best. So that leads me to a time machine in the form of a soundtrack for I Melt With You, the story of a group of friends in the midst of their 40s coming together for what they think is their regular Read More
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