The seven-episode series stars Kate Bosworth, Natalie Martinez, and Alex Pettyfer as three of the ten festival-goers who are fighting for their lives in an attempt to make their way back home.
Patrons can also put money toward specific things, such as the band, the costumes (???), the special effects (seriously, ???), photography, games, and paradox props (?????), most of which mainly just leave me with a lot of questions.
June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month, so why not celebrate it with a good book?
Memorial Day weekend is the perfect time to sit back, relax, and dig into the pile of unread books you’ve been meaning to get to — or, you know, to buy a whole new book to devour instead.
I knew I was playing with fire the very moment I met you. If our love could only ever amount to destruction, I was ready to burn the whole fucking city to the ground.
With the ending (or, at least, the transitional period) of huge franchises like Marvel, Game of Thrones, and Star Wars, we have to come to terms with the fact that we’re going to have to say goodbye to some of our favorite characters.
It’s so easy to look into a mirror and criticize yourself, but what if you just… didn’t? What if you only let yourself wink and smile and say nice things? What if you admired your body for once?
A whole map of our relationship exists online somewhere; if I wanted to, I could follow the breadcrumbs back to the very first night I laid eyes on you.
Some people only hurt others so they don’t have to suffer alone.
There’s something so therapeutic about watching someone grow past their insecurities through the love and empathy of five total strangers who swoop into their lives to tell them that yes, you are good enough. Maybe it’s because, deep down, we all wish we could do the same.