Magnifying Us, the debut single of Swedish artist Illvi Mist, is a captivatingly unique alternative-noir track with a raw and organic instrumental. It complements the songstress’ light, but powerful, soul-piercing voice. The song is utter poetry, vividly painting the paradox of love and heartbreak.
“Waverly, Waaaverly” the siren tones of Jolene (Zoie Palmer) in Wynonna Earp Season 3, Episode 5, “Jolene,” float into the air softly calling to Waverly, pulling her into a trap. It’s a trap set by a real supernatural threat and literal demon, but it’s so much more than that. That voice quietly calling to Waverly … Continue reading Wynonna Earp: Avatars and Champions
Oh Supergirl, what are we going to do with you? I had so much hope going into the winter hiatus and coming off the excellent Crisis on Earth X crossover. A crossover that was excellent in large part because of Supergirl characters. Reign was shaping up to be the series’ best villain; the writers seemed … Continue reading Oh, Supergirl
A social pariah with an infamous past, who uses alcohol to cope with the scars it left behind. She has a cynical exterior protecting a vulnerable core that still feels every blow inflicted by a world intent on breaking her. Forced to carry the burden and responsibility of her family’s legacy she is thrust into … Continue reading Feminist Frame
A couple weeks ago I had a conversation with some other Legends of Tomorrow fans about #Avalance and how much we loved what Caity Lotz and Jes Macallan were doing with their characters. It was one of many similar conversations I’ve had since that ship set sail (and many Sara specific conversations before that). As … Continue reading Seeing Ourselves and Seeing Others
Since season two of Wynonna Earp ended, I've spent a good deal of time looking at the different cinematic elements that work together to tell the stories of these characters: the soundtrack, acting, direction, cinematography, etc. One of the elements I've wanted to explore for a while is the show's score but I wasn't exactly … Continue reading Scoring Wynonna Earp: An Interview With Peter Chapman & Robert Carli
Recently I found myself watching, and enjoying, a Lifetime movie called Separated at Birth. I know that doesn't seem like a terribly interesting statement, but it felt noteworthy to me because Lifetime movies are usually pretty far from my thing. So, when I found myself watching it again I wondered if it might not make … Continue reading Talent Spotlight: Dominique Provost-Chalkley