We Have A ghost

Where I Watched it: Netflix English Audio Description Provided By: International Digital Center Narration Written By Dakota Green For once, I want a film where the lead kid/teenager who befriends whatever entity the film requires to not be a loner or an outcast. It’s always the sad kid who has no friends. popular kids never make friends with ghosts or aliens or talking toys. It’s always someone broken who needs fixing. Believe it or not, this netflix release passed my litmus test for 2023, aka The year I Stop Watching Shit I Don’t Want To See. I figured, stupidly, a … Continue reading We Have A ghost

I Wanna Dance With Somebody

Where I Watched It: iTunes VOD English Audio Description?: No Well, in case you are wondering why Naomi Aoki didn’t make my Top 10 Actress list, this should clear things up. Sony decided that they wanna dance with someone, but they’d prefer it if that person was sighted. So, sadly, the VOD release of this film doesn’t include AD, either on iTunes or Amazon. I had heard this movie was a lot of music anyway, so i figured I’d give my perspective. I’m impressed the film “went there” as much as it did. It explores quite honestly and openly Whitney’s … Continue reading I Wanna Dance With Somebody


Where I Watched It: Peacock English Audio Description?: Yes So M3gan is like Childs Play on crack. Not only does it embrace the fact that it is no longer in the 80’s, and AI technology has come a long way, but it’s much more self aware. That means they know you show up to a killer doll movie not really because it’s scary. Unless you go the Annabelle route, where the doll brings some kind of demonic force with it, these dolls come to life are kinda silly. And for parts of this film, M3gan is silly. There are very … Continue reading M3gan


Where I Watched It: AMC Plus English Audio Description?: No You may have heard about this little indie that could. It has fans. Some critics love it. Some people hate it. There’s an argument that the film has no plot,. I’ve heard others thoughts on this film, and I’ve processed all of that information. Truth be told, this film is the most unwatchable thing I’ve ever experienced, for a very specific reason. That reason is AMC Plus and Shudder are resistant to providing accessibility to their audiences. I was told by reps from AMC Plus that they would be expanding … Continue reading Skinamarink

Women Talking

Where I Watched It: iTunes VOD English Audio Description Provided By: Deluxe Narrated By: laura Post get ready for a man to mansplain women talking. If there wasn’t a more hilarious juxtaposition, it has to be the overwhelmingly large amount of male film critics having opinions about women talking. I could throw in the towel, praise the film outright, call it one of the years best, and move on. It’s a Best Picture nominee, so who would challenge that? It won Adapted Screenplay! Well, strap in ladies, because this man has some splaining to do. Women Talking takes place in … Continue reading Women Talking

The Whale

Where I Watched it: iTunes English Audio Description Provided By Deluxe Narrated By: laura Post Back before I saw the movie, or really before anyone had seen the movie, I was in a Facebook group that prohibited its members from discussing this film because it would bring up emotions for the plus sized community. Basically, someone went on a tirade about how the movie was fat phobic, using the word fat a dozen times, and talking about how triggering all this was. Me, being me, told that guy to fuck right off, explained to me that I believe we are … Continue reading The Whale


Starring: RJ Cyler, Donald Elise Watkins, Sebastian Ciccone, Maddie Nichols, Sabrina Carpenter, Madison Thompson, and Diego Abraham. Directed By: Carey Williams Where I Watched It: Amazon English Audio Description Available?: Yes Description Provided By: Media Access Group Narrated By: Inger Tudor The Plot: Three college guys must deal with coming home to find their house has been broken into, and an unconscious white girl is on their floor. Due to their own fears of dealing with the police, the struggle with how to handle the situation, in a film that defies genre, by blending comedy and suspense, and offering an … Continue reading Emergency