This episode of Riverdale is brought to you by a cypher (I learnt a new word this week, kids), high school boys making shitty decisions and the reinforcement of librarian stereotypes (Tsk! Tsk!).Here’s our recap of the best bits of Chapter 17 – The Town That Dreaded Sundown.
I love historical dramas. Any time I see some sort of period costume I immediately am intrigued. What time period is it set? Where is it set? Is it a true story? Does it have a hunky love interest? Ok that last one isn’t very specific to the genre, but it’s still an important question.
There’s a mountain of historical dramas on Netflix Australia so I’ve put together a list of some of the ones I’ve been watching recently as well as some of the ones that are next on my to watch list.
Welcome to another week of Riverdale where, thankfully, *SPOILER ALERT*, no one dies. I swear the Riverdale writers are trying to send fans to an early grave with all of this drama. This week we FINALLY get to see more Kevin Keller and are taken into the belly of the beast that is Southside High (news flash – the students are not as friendly as we were originally led to believe). Keep reading for our recap of the best bits of Chapter 16 – The Watcher in the Woods.
This week we say goodbye to some characters (whose names you may or may not know), hello to Reggie 2.0 and welcome back to the man, the myth, the legend – Skeet Ulrich. Hold on tight because Season 2 of Riverdale is set to be a bumpy ride! Keep reading for our recap of the best bits of Chapter 15: Nighthawks.
By now someone in your social circle has probably mentioned Terrace House. Or you’ve heard about it via social media, a podcast you’ve listened to, or seen it pop up on your Netflix suggestions. But you’re probably still not entirely sure what it is, why you should watch it, or what the real appeal is. Here’s ten reasons to watch that will clear up the mystery that is Terrace House.
Can anyone remember what their life was like P.R. (pre-Riverdale)? I sure can’t. Those were dark days. It feels like we’ve been waiting years for Riverdale to grace our screens again (it’s actually only been 154 days, but who is counting?); thankfully the return of Season 2 of Riverdale did not disappoint. Dream sequences, old time-y hospital outfits, shower-cuddles and fog! Good lord was there fog. Check out our recap of the best bits of Chapter 14: A Kiss Before Dying.
It’s been a long five month wait but season 2 of Riverdale finally airs this week! To help you remember where we left off with Betty and Jughead last season, we’ve compiled a list of every Bughead scene of season 1 (with GIFS)! This post is Part 3 and covers Chapter Ten to Chapter Thirteen. If you haven’t already, check out Every Bughead Scene – Part 1 and Every Bughead Scene – Part 2. Are you ready to relive Jughead’s birthday roller coaster and that kitchen counter scene? Let’s go!
Brooklyn Nine-Nine was always one of those shows that people told me to watch but I never did. I was always like ‘yeah, one day’. But when that one day finally came and I sat down and watched it, it was the best decision because it’s absolutely brilliant! So if you’re looking for a new favourite show then this is it. It’s on Netflix so ready…set…binge (watch).
It’s one of the few shows that literally makes me LOL, and often too! Every single character is hilarious. It’s set in the 99th Precinct of the NYPD in Brooklyn, but it’s not so much about the cases, it’s about the people solving them.
When you think of iconic Australian commercials, what comes to mind? “Not happy, Jan!” by Yellow Pages? It’s hard to forget the creepy Smith’s Chips Gobbledok which was a cross between a Gremlin and ALF. Mortein’s Louie the Fly was practically an Aussie mascot (until they got rid of him – RIP Louie!). How about our latest advertising gem – the Rhonda and Ketut story by AAMI? Maybe it’s the ones with the catchy jingles that stick with you. Like the “My Dad picks the fruit” song by Cottee’s Cordial, “You ought to be congratulated” by Meadow Lea, “Make those bodies sing” for Australian Bananas, “Good on ya, Mum” by Tip Top or Banana Boat. But what about Aussie ads specifically from the ’90s? Check out our list of 19 unforgettable Australian commercials from the ’90s and see how many you remember!