A Modern Rejection of a Classic Novel
Bram Stoker’s classic novel Dracula was published in 1897, thus beginning our love affair with literary, and eventually cinematic, vampires. It’s a good thing Bram’s book was the first of its kind published because his […]
Bill Y faces up to some cold, hard facts.
Some people don’t enjoy reading. It’s the truth because I say so. Chances are that you’re looking at the picture under these words right now and if not, you probably should because it’s a hell […]
Red Widow Weekend
Melissa Rosenberg, the screenwriter behind the billion dollar Twilight franchise and Showtimes’ Dexter, joins Dr. Nancy Berk on Whine At 9 to talk about the March 3rd premiere of her new ABC series Red Widow. […]
Nobody could ever take her award away and nobody even tried.
She was happy and why wouldn’t she be. She had just won an award with English actor, model, musician, and producer Robert Douglas Thomas Pattinson; he the star of film adaptations of the literary masterpieces […]
Erotic Fiction: How Hard Can it Be to Write?
Erotica used to be the genre no one admitted to writing. Erotica authors used phony names and hid in small closets hunched over typewriters weaving their tales of sex and lust. Okay, maybe they had […]
Forget Twilight: What it Means to Live with a Vampire
I saw on TV that the latest of the Twilight movies, Breaking Dawn, opens in theaters everywhere which means both teenie boppers and sexually-starved middle aged women will flock to see this romantic tale because […]
What is Twilight Really?
Harry Potter, Religious Fanatics and Movie Fun
My daughter and I have certain movies we like to see together. We try and go see these movies the first weekend that they are released so that we can participate in the long-awaited, premiere […]