My Weekly Top 10 :: Week of July 20, 2015

My Weekly Top 10 :: Week of July 20, 2015 1. Book pages Though I do read books via my iPad, and “read” via my ears on my daily commute via Audible.com, there is something so intimate and sensory fulfilling … Continue reading My Weekly Top 10 :: Week of July 20, 2015

As Seen On TV :: American Horror Story: Freakshow :: “Massacres and Matinees”

As Seen On T.V. :: American Horror Story: Freakshow – “Monsters Among Us” :: Wednesday, October 15, 2014 This photo is so full of foreshadowing, and shadows, from the second episode of American Horror Story: Freakshow “Massacres and Matinees“ My thoughts in three sentences (There be Spoilers): Just like with the first episode I ended up watching this one twice, the second time ending the episode in tears because the Meep storyline just breaks me. There are moments when the heartbreak of society and people with differences is so hard on me, causing me to feel this mash-up of anger and sadness, … Continue reading As Seen On TV :: American Horror Story: Freakshow :: “Massacres and Matinees”

The Killing :: The Binge Watch Report :: “A Soundless Echo”

The Binge-Watch Report :: The Killing, Season 1 Episode 4 :: “A Soundless Echo“ If you keep watching reading you will be spoiled :: SPOILERS AHEAD About the Show: The first season of The Killing is set in Seattle, Washington, and follows the investigation into the murder of local teenager Rosie Larsen, with each episode covering approximately 24 hours. The first season covers the first two weeks of the investigation and has three main story-lines: the police investigation into Rosie’s murder, the attempts of her family to deal with their grief, and the fluctuating electoral fortunes of a political campaign that becomes … Continue reading The Killing :: The Binge Watch Report :: “A Soundless Echo”

Buffy the Vampire Slayer :: “Halloween” :: Thursday’s TV Halloween

Which costume would you pick? Our next installment of Thursday’s TV Halloween here at lyriquediscorde is a peek at the Buffy the Vampire Slayer Halloween episode entitled “Halloween“. This was one of two Halloween episodes that aired during the run of the series, and though each are great fun, this earlier episode is my favorite. Keep reading to discover my picks for the best moments, music, costumes and any other tricks or treats that can be found in this episode of one of my favorite TV series. “Halloween”, Episode 6 of Season 2, airing originally on October 27, 1997. For most people Halloween is … Continue reading Buffy the Vampire Slayer :: “Halloween” :: Thursday’s TV Halloween

Freaks and Geeks :: “Tricks and Treats” :: Thursday’s TV Halloween

Which costume would you pick? In continuing with the Spooky October theme here at lyriquediscorde, this Thursday’s Halloween on TV feature is the Freaks and Geeks Halloween special entitled “Tricks and Treats”. Keep reading to discover my picks for the best moments, music, costumes and any other tricks or treats that can be found in this episode of one of my favorite “short-lived” shows. “Tricks and Treats”, Episode 3, airing originally on October 30, 1999. There comes an awkward time in most people’s lives, that typically hits during adolescent, when the childhood joys of Halloween become questionable, and many “not kids/not adults” teeter on … Continue reading Freaks and Geeks :: “Tricks and Treats” :: Thursday’s TV Halloween

As Seen On TV :: American Horror Story: Freakshow :: “Monsters Among Us”

As Seen On T.V. :: American Horror Story: Freakshow – “Monsters Among Us” :: Wednesday, October 8, 2014 Bring on the “gates of Hell” on this season of American Horror Story: Freakshow My thoughts in three sentences (Spoiler Free): I am a horror fan, an anthology/short story fan, and a fan of Ryan Murphy (yes, even Glee, despite it falling so far out of favor). Each season has had different effects on me, some I loved more than others, but all of them had moments and performances that were amazing, all that said, I think this season may be my favorite. Every … Continue reading As Seen On TV :: American Horror Story: Freakshow :: “Monsters Among Us”

Amy Dunne and how I felt about Gone Girl (the movie)

Amy Dunne, and why Gone Girl (the movie) made me so uncomfortable More a Reaction than a Review Warning: If you have not seen the film and read the book by Gillian Flynn you may want to skip reading this post. This will be full of spoilers, lots of spoilers, but I have a lot to say about the movie, the book, and Amy Dunne. This is not as much a review than a reaction. After the picture below the spoilers will start to fly, so you may want to leave now. If not, well, read at your own risk. I … Continue reading Amy Dunne and how I felt about Gone Girl (the movie)