In case you’re wondering why #BeautyAndTheBeast is trending outta nowhere, it’s because Emma Watson announced on Monday that she’s signed on to portray the beloved character of Belle in a live-action version of Disney’s 1991 animated landmark, Beauty and the Beast. Read More Emma Watson as Belle in Beauty and the Beast Remake: A Win for Feminism
As my parents can attest, 1991 was my “bad” year. Read More P-Mag Nostalgia Project: 1991 With Kym
Today, my friends, is the first day of my favorite month of the year. If you’ve been a regular reader of the site, my love for horror movies and spooky gobbilty-goo is probably familiar to you. If you’re not: Hello, my name is Slay, and I love horror movies and spooky gobbility-goo. In honor of the most wonderful time of the year, we’ll be running a daily slot devoted to all things that go bump in the night (and sometimes bump in the day, too). This is as close as I’ll get to my childhood dream of hosting late night B-horror movies on access cable.
So I’m sure you’re saying to yourself, ‘Slay, what should I be looking forward to watching on tv this month?” The answer is – plenty. Read More 31 Days of Halloween with Slay — Day 1, What to Look for on TV
When did Disney move away from singing in their movies? Why don’t the characters break out in song anymore? Everyone knows that when times are difficult, the best way to solve the problem is to sing. Read More I Want to Sing
I was going to call this post “Real Estate Porn” but figured it would be better not to have the word “porn” in the url (Persephone Magazine: staying just this side of SFW since 2010!). I hope I’m not alone, though, in pursuing this particular guilty pleasure. All it entails is spending large blocks of time on the computer, looking at beautiful homes I could never afford. Homes with so many rooms they had to make up new names for rooms (what the eff is a “great room” anyway?). Read More Guilty Pleasures: Real Estate Voyeurism
Many people, who get to know my feminist, sarcastic, often-cynical self, are surprised to find out that I still love everything Disney. I love the old movies (some of) the new ones, and I absolutely LOVE Disney World. And yes, I mean Walt Disney World, the official name for the East Coast version of the park. For the uninitiated, the West Coast has Disneyland. (I not only have never been to Disneyland, but neither do I feel the need to. We have a Disneyland. We call it the Magic Kingdom.) Read More In Defense of Disney