If you’re like me and there’s just about nothing on regular TV to suit, streaming options are plentiful. My husband and I found several surprise gems including a Matthew McConaughey film I’d never heard of, a Bradley Cooper film I hadn’t seen, and a series that is a real mind blower. The McConaughey film had a sexual scene that blew my mind; it involved takeout fried chicken. Continue reading “Streaming gems include steamy McConaughey film, bizarre series”
Durden Godfrey and Taurean Royal have a knack for getting celebrity guests on their recently rolled out show, TTFT on YouTube. Continue reading “TTFT rolls out celeb guests as stars from ‘Us’ join Halloween show”
YouTube is a blessing and a curse. My husband likes to wander around the videos and more than once, I’ve walked into the sunroom to see some crazy stuff on the big screen. I don’t pay much attention to ‘YouTubers’ unless they’re musicians, poets, or indie filmmakers. That’s the reason I said to myself, Who?, when I read headlines about Jake Paul’s Calabasas (CA) house getting raided by the feds.
What did Paul do to deserve a search by the FBI? Continue reading “Busted by the Fibbies: Jake Paul—new to me but not to 20.2 million subscribers”
Crime stories are popular, no doubt, and if you like to watch true crime, consider ‘Catching Milat’. It’s a story Americans may not have heard of, and it will for the most part hold your attention. Top of the reasons making this a good production is the excellent performance delivered by Australian actor Malcolm Kennard. Continue reading “If crime stories are your thing, watch ‘Catching Milat’”
After a third prominent cast member from the popular TV show ‘Glee’ died, it was inevitable that some on social media raised the idea of a curse. Is that show the latest addition to the cursed ‘club’? Continue reading “After a third death, has TV show ‘Glee’ joined the cursed ‘club’?”