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Story by Chuck Tackett American Horror Story NYC: Where Horror & Real-Life Embrace  WARNING: This article contains spoilers. When American Horror Story (AHS) premiered in October 2011, it was my understanding the show was supposed to be a fusion of American true events, and pop culture intermingled with the supernatural. I have enjoyed almost all […]

Story by Chuck Tackett Monster: The Jefferey Dahmer Story On September 21st, the Netflix miniseries “Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story” premiered. It took me 2 days to watch the 10-episode film.  What also launched was negative criticism and preconceived notions regarding the film. How can one intelligently criticize if you have never seen it? From […]

Troye Sivan starring in the coming-of-age dramedy “Three Months.” Australian pop star and queer icon Troye Sivan is stepping into his first leading film role in nearly a decade, starring in the coming-of-age dramedy “Three Months.” Loosely based on the life of writer and director Jared Frieder, the film is set in 2011 and centers on […]

Story by Chuck Tackett Au Revoir Wentworth: Australia’s Orange Is The New Black  One thing that I love about Netflix and other similar TV channels is the fact that we here in the USA are given a true view of other cultures from around the world. A prime example is the Australian TV series “Wentworth” […]

Story by Chuck Tackett    THE CAMOUFLAGED VILENESS OF A TROPICAL XANADU     “Smile like you mean it.” Armond, hotel/resort manager HBO’s The White Lotus    Since arriving home June 8th after a 3-and-a-half-month absence recuperating from COVID and going through inpatient physical therapy, I was way behind on my TV/movie/news viewing. Besides numerous doctor […]

Disney is revamping its 20-year-old animated series “The Proud Family” and the reboot will center on two multiethnic, gay dads and their adopted teenage daughter, who is a racial activist. The entertainment brand announced the show, “The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder,” via social media Wednesday. The fathers, Barry and Randall Leibowitz-Jenkins, will be voiced […]

The reboot of the animated kid’s show “Blues Clues” is marking new territory in 2021 with a song that teaches children to celebrate the LGBT community. Last week, the Nickelodeon program “Blues Clues & You,” which launched in 2019, debuted the “ABC Song w/ Blue!” The song is sung by the famous blue dog, voiced […]

Story by Chuck Tackett John Krasinski’s SNL Episode: Am I Missing Something? First of all, I have never seen an episode of “The Office,” or the Netflix series, “Jack Ryan.” With that declaration, I am not very familiar with the actor John Krasinski.  If you are a regular reader of mine, you know I am […]

Story by Chuck Tackett Thank You, Eli Roth: I Feel So Vindicated “Horror is the outland genre of cinema. Some people fear it. Others don’t respect it. That renegade status lets it go places no other genre can reach. Great horror films entertain and provoke us. They put society under a microscope, making us question […]

Story by Chuck Tackett It’s Not My Job To Provide Comfort To Trifling Ass Trumplicans “It was as if my very presence in the White House had triggered a deep-seated panic, a sense that the natural order had been disrupted, which is exactly what Donald Trump understood when he started peddling assertions, that I had […]