Today is the day! Zombieland 2: Double Tap comes out in theaters. I will definitely be going to see it this weekend and I can’t wait. I have waited literally 10 years for this sequel and I am beyond excited. To celebrate, I wanted to talk about other zombie movies and books I absolutely adore. Let’s get started!
Y’all fall is my favorite season by far. No, it’s not because of pumpkin everything. Unpopular opinion, but pumpkin stuff isn’t that good. You can’t even taste the pumpkin. Apples are where it’s at for fall baking and eating, but that’s just my opinion. Anyways, lots of fun things happen in the fall, halloween, lots of fall decor, the leaves are falling, you can go apple picking, and carve pumpkins. It is literally the best. But on top of all that fun, we get a bunch of fun fandom things! Like new movies, fall shows start to premiere, new books, and games! Here’s my list of all the things I’m looking forward to this fall.
It is literally the best time of year! It’s slowly turning into Fall, halloween decorations and candy are in stores, and scary movies are hitting the theaters. On the day this article posts, I will be going to see IT Chapter 2 and I am beyond excited. I’ve waited 2 long years for this movie. While I’m super hype for IT Chapter 2 and the beginning of the creepy, spooky season, I started to think about all the scary movies I’ve loved before. And what better way to celebrate this scary season than sharing with you my top 5 scary movies*? So get some popcorn, lock the door, turn out the lights, and get ready to go on this scary adventure with me!
*In no particular order
Let’s talk about mental health! Mental health is so, so important. Representation of mental health and how to deal with it is also so, so important. We’re slowly getting out of the era where different medias are not using stereotypical mental health characteristics anymore, instead they are getting more and more real and relatable, which can be so helpful. Like, I did not know I had OCD until I read a book and related so hard to the main character who had OCD. I had been so caught up in the stereotypical characteristics that movies and shows portrayed for years (like OCD just means you want everything to be clean or that you’re just a really anal retentive person) that I didn’t think my obsessive thoughts and actions could possibly be OCD. Less than a year after reading that book, I was diagnosed with OCD. Real representation of mental illnesses in movies, tv, and books are so important to help us through our own struggles and to make us not feel so alone. And today we’re going to explore my top 5 YA books that represent mental illness super, super well. Let’s go!