Archive for the ‘List’ Category

Here are my favorite songs of 2011, in no particular order. (Note: A couple of these songs were actually released in 2010, but I didn’t hear them until last year.) Listen to this playlist on Spotify. tUnE-yArDs – “Bizness” Wye Oak – “Two Small Deaths” James Blake – “The Wilhelm Scream” Air Review – “America’s […]

I attempted this list twice over on Hazel’s blog, but I’ve changed my mind again. 1. Willow 2. Tara 3. Faith 4. Giles 5. River

Christian Bale (Batman Begins, American Psycho, Little Women, A Midsummer Night’s Dream) Gabriel Byrne (Little Women, The Usual Suspects, Smilla’s Sense of Snow) Kieran Culkin (Igby Goes Down, The Cider House Rules, The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys) John Cusack (Grosse Point Blank, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, Say Anything, High Fidelity) […]

A list of the twenty albums I listened to the most, according to Obviously, this list is not exclusive to albums made in 2008, though many of the higher-ranking albums were released during the past year: Robyn, Youth Novels, Volume One, We Started Nothing, Common Reaction, Santogold, and Velocifero. Several of the other albums […]

Hazel didn’t really tag me, but I decided to make my own list because I was intrigued mostly by the number seven and because Hazel is awesome. THE RULES: Post your list of the seven best albums, the seven bloggers you will tag, a copy of these rules, and a link back to this page. […]

I was very surprised/a little disappointed in myself that my list of 20 favorite actresses was composed completely of white, straight, able-bodied females. The list was made only slightly diverse in that it included seven non-American women (eight if you include Natalie Portman), two of whom speak English as a second language. A couple of […]

Criterion 1: I must have seen a significant amount of the actress’ oeuvre. Criterion 2: The actress should demonstrate some range by having acted in more than just one genre. (Sorry, Tina.) Criterion 3: I have watched films that I’m embarrassed to admit just to see the actress. In alphabetical order: Julie Andrews (The Sound […]

The National Post recently published an article touting “TV’s most inventive minds,” which they name as Joss Whedon (Buffy, Angel, Firefly, Dollhouse), Bryan Fuller (Dead Like Me, Wonderfalls, Heroes, Pushing Daisies), JJ Abrams (Felicity, Alias, Lost, Fringe), Seth MacFarlane (Family Guy, American Dad!, The Cleveland Show), and Josh Schwartz (The O.C., Gossip Girl, Chuck). Of […]

Cute TV Couples


Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Willow & OzBesides being ridiculously adorable, Willow and Oz made dating look so easy. “I’m gonna ask you to go out with me tomorrow night. And I’m kinda nervous about it, actually. It’s interesting.”“Oh. Well, if it helps at all, I’m gonna say yes.”“Yeah, it helps. It creates a comfort zone. […]

Clue (1985)This movie is a classic of the broad comedy genre if you ask me. As a board game-to-film translation goes, I don’t know if one could hope for much better. The cast is top knotch with Tim Curry standing out particularly. The comedy isn’t particularly subtle or smart, but does it get any better […]