Emily V. Gordon is a couples and family therapist turned freelance writer, comedy producer, and video game talker-abouter. You can find her at Huffington Post, xoJane, and Nerdist! You can find her on Twitter and her own blog too.
Every big-budget action movie has the inevitable hastily thrown together video game adaptation, and for the most part, they're terrible. (Yes, that one 'Lord of the Rings' movie game was pretty good, and that one Hulk game
In the late '80s/early '90s, how many of you were glued to books by people like Christopher Pike, R.L. Stine and A. Bates? Long before 'Twilight,' these young adult authors were churning out sordid tales of psycho teenage killers, body-switching beautiful girls and revenge fantasies that also somehow involved final exams.
Every year, hours are spent scouring the Internet and local stores for the perfect present that will change somebody's life, be the material representation of true friendship, and bring joy to humanity. Every year, that never happens. Every year, the unwrapping of gifts is an occasion met with dread. Every year, it's gift cards for everyone, and here's why.
There are a record number of made-for-TV holiday movies this season on channels like Hallmark and Lifetime and Spike, but who has time to watch them all? We certainly don't, and yet we're curious about them. So we've come up with what we think the plots of these holiday movies are based on solely on their titles and promotional photos. Please enjoy.
You've seen 'Dancing with the Stars,' 'Celebrity Apprentice,' 'Skating with Celebrities,' and that show where celebrities pick dates solely based on their voices. But this fall TV season, you're like, "We want more shows featuring people who have been on TV doing things they're not known for doing!"
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