Friday, July 21, 2017

DVR Alert: DESCENDANTS 2 Premieres Tonight [Trailer]

The Disney original movie The Descendants  was such a hit, it was inevitable that there would be a sequel. Perhaps on par with the mega hit  High School Musical  franchise, which saw its third film released in theaters.

Descendants 2  premieres tonight at 8PM EST across several channels including Disney, Freeform, ABC, Lifetime, LMN and Disney XD.

DVR Alert: RAVEN'S HOME Premieres Tonight [Trailer]

The  That's So Raven  series reboot premieres tonight after the  Descendants 2  premiere. Raven's Home Will surely be a hit with  That's So Raven  fans.

GIRLS TRIP in Theaters Today [Trailer]

VALERIAN in Theaters Now

O.J. Simpson Learns His Fate

(Photo via ABC News)

O.J. Simpson was granted parole by a Nevada Parole Board Thursday.  The four person panel voted unanimously for his release. Simpson has served nine years of a thirty-three year sentence. Simpson was described as a model prisoner, who also mentored other inmates.

If the commissioners failed to agree on approving Simpson's parole, two additional commissioners would've been added to the panel to weigh in.

Simpson will be a free man in October.

Monday, July 17, 2017

GAME OF THRONES Season Seven Premiered Sunday on HBO

Season seven of the epic hit show Game of Thrones premiered Sunday night at 9PM on HBO.

Season seven wraps up in the next six weeks.

Sunday, July 16, 2017

Book of the Month [July 2017] - ALL THE MISSING GIRLS By Megan Miranda

Summer reading is always a joy. Finding the time to take a moment and crack open a book you've anticipated reading is a glorious way to relax after a busy week. My TBR pile continues to grow, but that's a good thing. Trust just solidifies the fact that in the literary world, there continues to be interesting writers releasing quality work...creating new stories to uncover and devour.

Thursday, July 13, 2017

BLACK PANTHER Cast Covers Entertainment Weekly

Get your geek on!

Marvel's upcoming Black Panther film is one of the most anticipated films hitting theaters in 2018. The stellar cast (Chadwick Boseman, Lupita N'yongo and Michael B. Jordan) lands on the new cover of Entertainment Weekly. 

This Comic-Con issue is definitely going to be a best seller.

Be sure to grab your copy!

Monday, July 10, 2017

Amazon's Annual PRIME DAY Kicks Off Tonight

Prime Day is almost here. The annual Prime Day celebration will begin in a couple of hours. Prime Day is like "Black Friday" in the summer. Folks anticipate the sales that will be unleashed on Prime Day and prepare for the mega day of steals and deals.

Folks should also note, to participate, you must be a Prime Member.

For more information visit:  AMAZON

Be sure to download Amazon's app.

Prime Day will be 30 hours this year and will begin at 9PM EST today.

Friday, July 7, 2017

Happy World Chocolate Day

Special Edition: Photobucket Can Go Straight to Hell

To the folks that visit my blog, I would like to apologize for the fuckery of the moment. I've used Photobucket since 2008. Thousands of photos across three Photobucket accounts are now disabled, due to Photobucket's unsavory attempt to use extortion disguised as a business decision, to screw up millions of users' blogs, websites and every other site used to post their photos.

Photobucket started out as a free service and as expected moved to a paid service. No one had a problem with the progression Photobucket was made perfect sense to want to start making additional revenue from services provided, rather than just from the onslaught of annoying pop up ads that overwhelmed the site. Therefore, I didn't mind paying their previous reasonable fee, but it was a fee for more storage not hosting.

But soon after, or rather several years ago, the service started to go down. Half the time photos wouldn't upload or a glitch would happen. In addition, there were so many ads on the site simply couldn't enjoy the service. I literally had to switch to only using their mobile app to upload photos...which cancelled out the ridiculous amount of ads.

But this latest move by Photobucket is beyond fucked up. With basically zero warning, the "gangsta" like company chose to break the links of millions of photos and in its place put up atrocious self serving banners...warning users to upgrade to their $399.99 annual plan to continue to host photos on third party sites.