Hey Bingers! We’ve been M.I.A and we’re sorry, but we while we were away we stayed busy and binged away! The month of October gave us so many things to fall in love with and indulge in. We said goodbye with season finales, escaped to the theater for new movies, jammed out to our new favorite songs, and welcomed some freshman tv shows into our lives. Dive into our recap of our hiatus binge here! #Longreads Continue reading “Things We Binged: October Recap”
Music podcasts and music recommendations this week! Plus, we’re feeling lukewarm about the new season of Transparent and Likely Stories. Continue reading “Things We Binged This Week: September 29”
We’ve taken a few weeks off, we’re sorry! But, Michelle lived through a hurricane and I…. well, I don’t have any excuses. But we’re back and we have SO MUCH to share with you. Continue reading “Things We Binged This Week: September 22”
We’re back! After a short hiatus due to crazy work schedules, Hurricane Harvey, and all the little things in life, we’re here to recap some of the things we binged while we were away! Continue reading “Things We Binged This Week: September 1”
Walla-walla hoo! Welcome back to Camp Firewood. We both binged the semi-enjoyable Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later. Plus, You’re the Worst, Jeopardy! the app, and three new films.
This post is filled with action and thrills! From Atomic Blonde to The Sinner to Game of Thrones. Plus, a music recommendation and our take on the latest Netflix movie: The Incredible Jessica James.
Sometimes people suggest to “go with what you know” and our picks for this week’s Things We Binged exemplify that notion. From Last Chance U to some new movies like Girls Trip, Maudie, and Dunkirk, this week resides in the comfortability of the things we know (and love best)! Continue reading “Things We Binged This Week: July 28”
We’re both watching Freeform’s The Bold Type this week, don’t knock it ’til you try it! Also featuring: Pride, Prejudice, and Zombies, Waxahatchee’s new album, Bob’s Burgers, and an anti-recommendation, Netflix’s Gypsy.