Author: Jenna Scott

Five Reasons Everyone Should Be Watching The CW’s ‘Walker’

By now, everyone is familiar with Chuck Norris as the infamous ranger, Cordell Walker, roundhouse kicking his way through his Texas one criminal at a time. Almost three decades later, the popular series has been revived, making its debut in January 2021 with CW royalty, Jared Padalecki, donning the ranger uniform alongside fellow CW alum, … Continue reading Five Reasons Everyone Should Be Watching The CW’s ‘Walker’

‘Muriel’s Wedding’ Was a Cultural Reset for Feminism

In 1995, Toni Collette took to the screen as the ABBA-obsessed, unlucky in love, portly slacker, Muriel, who strings up a whirlwind of lies to fulfil her deepest fantasies. The film was a total hit back then, adored by viewers and critics alike but even 26 years on, the Aussie dramedy remains a cultural masterpiece. … Continue reading ‘Muriel’s Wedding’ Was a Cultural Reset for Feminism

Top 10 ‘Lucifer’ Musical Moments

Musical numbers are the probably the last thing to expect from a show about a ‘crime solving devil’, but on Lucifer, it’s a casual day at the office. As proven on numerous occasions, Tom Ellis’ Lucifer has some not-so hidden talents up his sleeve and the show has even hit a milestone with its highly anticipated … Continue reading Top 10 ‘Lucifer’ Musical Moments

‘The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It’ (2021) Review

‘The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It’ (2021) Review

Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga return for yet another frightening instalment of James Wan’s popular horror franchise with The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It. This time the Warrens face what is cited to be the eeriest case in their files as they investigate the trial of Arne Johnson following the murder of his landlord.  … Continue reading ‘The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It’ (2021) Review

Interview with ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Cinematographer, Alicia Robbins

When productions began to shut down due to COVID in 2020, concerns arose on how the industry would recover. One year later, long-running medical drama Grey’s Anatomy continues to thrive even amidst this pandemic but that’s not without its challenges. I had the pleasure of interviewing the show’s cinematographer, Alicia Robbins, and discussed how the … Continue reading Interview with ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Cinematographer, Alicia Robbins