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!
by T. Mack
It came to my attention recently that there are certain battles within pop culture, specific disagreements among fandoms, particular debates that have no definitive answers. These topics divide the masses in a friendly, yet passionate way, and will likely do so forever.
I hadn’t really thought about the existence of these divides within the culture, but once I did, I couldn’t stop thinking about them. Because I realized that I have a firm opinion about many of them. And furthermore, I’m staunchly ready to defend my position on these topics. At some point, without realizing it, I picked a side. I chose a team and didn’t even know it. So today, I’m claiming my colors and proudly proclaiming my stance on the really important issues, such as…
1. Pacey vs Dawson
by T. Mack
This week, we’re picking teams. Come back Friday for a discussion of some of pop culture’s most intriguing arguments. Find out which side I land on and tell me which teams you rep. Today, we’re starting with this throwback from the boys at ERB.
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’s that time of year when school starts back and we start itching for the spookier things in life. And you can sate both needs with a spooky school item, like this notebook inspired by one of my favorite Halloween movies, Hocus Pocus. Continue reading