JenniferWard

JenniferWard

I'm a writer, blogger, movie lover, and all around weird chicka from Northeast Georgia.

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JenniferWard

I never thought about that, but you’re right! But hey, a soap opera with zombies is a soap opera worth watching, if you ask me.

The Walking Dead: A Soap Opera
JenniferWard

Glad I could make you smile. 🙂 Thanks for reading!

Six Archetypal Horror Characters and Why They're Important
JenniferWard

My favorite is usually the Nice Guy or the Nerd, depending on how they’re written. I hardly ever care about the Last Girl. I wish they’d let more good guys survive.

Thanks for the comment!

Six Archetypal Horror Characters and Why They're Important
JenniferWard

I love Creepshow! The only reason I didn’t include it is because I haven’t been able to get my hands on the comics.

Four Stephen King Adaptations Worth Seeing
JenniferWard

There are some that I have yet to see, because I haven’t read the books or stories for them yet (like Shawshank Redemption, which I know is a sin). I’ve never been a fan of The Shining, because I absolutely love the book and the movie doesn’t do it justice at all. So, really, this is just a working list. There is certainly a possibility for expansion, as I read and watch more, though.

Thanks for the input!

Four Stephen King Adaptations Worth Seeing
JenniferWard

I saw this movie with by boyfriend and his nine year-old son. We all enjoyed it a lot. I loved the adult humor they threw into it, and the relationship between Ralph and Vanellope, and everything they went through, just about made me cry. Okay, it did make me cry.

Great movie, and great review!

Wreck-It Ralph (2012) Review: Disney proves yet again they can do it without Pixar