Dear Collectors, Each week after the airing of the latest season 8 episode, we’ve sat down and tried […]
After last week’s train wreck of an episode, we were left with the small hope that the script would redeem itself. Not so this week. Looks like the show is heading toward a less-than-satisfying ending, and well, no spoilers here, but we’ve got some strong gif reactions for you.
Our Overall Reaction to episode five
In the aftermath of last week’s episode, we were left wondering what else the show had to offer. And well…we got a taste that left us feeling unsatisfied. Please enjoy our spoiler-free gifs below.
Our Overall Reaction to episode four
This episode was intense. “The Long Night” featured the longest filmed fight scene in the history of film and television, and, well, we were on the edge of our seats the entire time. But, in case you haven’t caught up yet, here’s our no-spoiler gif recap, so you can enjoy our feels with none of the spoilers.
Our Overall Reaction to episode three
We’re back again with episode two of the final season of Game of Thrones. As with last week, we aim to not spoil anyone with sensitive information. Behold our gif-tastic recap of “The Rightful Queen.”
Our Overall Reaction to episode two
The final season of Game of Thrones is upon us, and the whole world is talking about who’s going to end up on the Iron Throne. We are very much against spoiling the final season for our readers (but you can hear us talk about our Thrones theories at length in our YouTube video), so this our recap of the premiere episode of the eighth season…using only gifs.
Our Overall Reaction to Game of Thrones Returning
This post has been hijacked by the God of Mischief. (Well, sort of. Our one and only Diva […]
There are several reasons that I blog anonymously. I like the freedom, I like knowing that the Diva and I built our readership without relying on the “click-throughs” of FB friends, but the biggest reason is one I haven’t written about on here. I come from a conservative Christian culture, and it’s the kind of conservative culture which would sooner judge me for my interests in popular culture than make an attempt to understand the importance of why I write what I write, or even why fandom itself is a significant part of our society and history.
Before I continue, it’s necessary for me to say that, while I no longer actively participate in organized religion, I have faith, I have beliefs, and I judge no one for theirs. This blog post is merely the venting of the frustration I feel when I try to build a bridge between my conservative past and my pop culture savvy present.
This past weekend, I overheard a conversation between two family members that unnerved me. Out of respect to my family, I shall not repeat verbatim what was said, but the gist of it was that these two persons were of the opinion that the writers of Hollywood could not possibly be good religious people, because they have made a living from writing.