This review contains spoilers for Derry Girls season 3. Derry Girls is an Irish comedy that follows 16-year-old Erin Quinn and her group of friends as they grow up against the backdrop of The Troubles in 1990s Northern Ireland.
It’s finally Halloween aka spooky season aka objectively the best holiday (okay that’s just my opinion but also, I’m right). There is simply nothing like watching horror movies that will haunt me for days on end, carving some of the ugliest jack-o’-lanterns out there, and putting more effort into crafting a costume than I put into most of my school assignments.
This review contains spoilers for Harley Quinn season three. The animated Harley Quinn series follows the titular character as she moves on from her abusive relationship with the Joker. Through seasons one and two, she plots to take over Gotham, while also figuring out who she is beyond her identity as the Joker’s girlfriend.
I am usually not a fan of remakes or reboots. The saying goes “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it,” but this idea currently seems to be lost on every Hollywood producer as they cash in on our collective nostalgia for the movies of our childhoods.