Roohi Review (No Spoilers): Not the Best Feminist Horror Comedy, But Not the Worst!

Isn’t it lovely that Feminist Horror Comedy is now an actual genre? Stree is of course the best of them, but Roohi is a not terrible addition.

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Saturday Morning WatchAlong: Dil Dhadakne Do FOR GENEVIEVE’S BIRTHDAY!!!!!

Happy Birthday Genevieve!!!! It’s the 24th, right? So your birthday is the same as Varun Dhawan AND my friend Dina. This is very exciting. It’s like how November 18th is my father’s birthday, my friend’s birthday, and Mickey Mouse’s birthday.

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American TV Post: The Changing Aging of Women as Shown in The Golden Girls Versus Hot in Cleveland

I am about to be TOTALLY INDULGENT. Ain’t that fun for me? But not for you. I have finished going all the way through The Golden Girls for the hundredth time and am taking a break by watching Hot in Cleveland, the pale imitation recent show that I have only watched all the way through twice. And it got me thinking about how women age, and how they are perceived to age, and isn’t that a fascinating topic for all of us? Read on if you know The Golden Girls, or are interested in thinking about women aging, or just like my writing.

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DCIB Book Club: Cotillion! The PERFECT Sid M Role!!!!

I was running late this week and sat down to finally finish this book last night and it was so GOOD. So very very good. Y’all should read it, especially if you struggled a bit at the opening. It gets better. And then you can picture Sid M. as the hero and Pari as the heroine and be happy.

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Saturday Small Talk: Chat Away While I Have a Full Happy Day!!!!

Happy Saturday! I have the watchalong, and then I have to go pick up new puzzles (oooo!) and then I either have to meet up with my new co-worker so she can meet Albie Dog in person (I don’t count), or come home and finish my old puzzle so I can start the new ones.

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DCIB Book Club One Off Reviw: Angela Thirkell’s Cheerfulness Breaks In, History As it Happens “All You Can Do is Trust in God, and Isn’t That The Worst Part?”

This book is so FASCINATING, and also so odd, that instead of telling y’all to read it and then having an equal discussion, I want to write a really in depth review so you can make an informed decision, and I can get all my thoughts out. Mostly you need to know that it is weirdly relevant to 2020/2021, as you can see by the quote above summing up a character’s feelings.

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