Category Archives: JVZOO

Jughead, J’Adore

They call it a “crush” for a reason, and no crush—not Davy Jones of the Monkees, not Jonathan Taylor Thomas or Taylor Hanson, not Chris the DJ or Ed Chigliak from “Northern Exposure,” not a recent and unbecoming fling with Kylo Ren—has pulverized me into stardust like Jughead Jones. I know he is just a… Read More »

Great Cast Elevates Slow Escape at Dannemora

It’s interesting to consider how prestige television has changed the way we ingest true stories. It’s not that long ago that real-life dramas like the murder of Gianni Versace and the standoff with David Koresh would have been exclusively the territory of original movies on television or in film and not major mini-series (FX’s “American… Read More »

Netflix Snaps Up Chiwetel Ejiofor’s ‘The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind’

Chiwetel Ejiofor’s directorial debut, “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind,” has landed at Netflix. The streaming giant has the British star’s film globally with the exception of China, where it does not have a service, Japan, and the U.K., where the free-TV rights are with the BBC. Based on the bestselling book by William Kamkwamba… Read More »

Wacom Black Friday 2018: the best deals

Christmas always feels like it comes earlier each year, but for Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2018 deals that's exactly what's happening. Even though the shopping event of the year doesn't officially kick off until the 23 and 26 November respectively, we've already seen early deals start to trickle through. On this page we're gathering… Read More »

Instantly improve your SEO with this tool

Are you familiar with search engine optimisation? If so, you might already know that the top three results on any Google search receive nearly 60 per cent of all search engine traffic for that keyword. That really shows just how important it is for your website to rank high on Google, and that's why SEOPop… Read More »

Creatively Nasty: Gillian Flynn on Widows and Sharp Objects

In 2012 and 2013, it seemed as though everyone had collectively decided to read the same book, like a big, countrywide book club was somehow agreed upon. That’s an exaggeration, but only a slight one. A Game of Thrones, roundabout 2011 (more than 10 years after it was published). The Devil in the White City,… Read More »