Schedule (5/6/2020)

Schedule (05/06/2020)

4 pm EST - Minecraft: Survival Mode LIVE STREAM - joining a friends server for the first time || Gamer Nami
7 pm EST - Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age - episode 3 (Nalbina) LIVE STREAM || Gamer Nami
10 pm EST - RWBY: Grimm Eclipse - part 2 LIVE STREAM || Gamer Nami

Undecided time
Either Fallout 4 or Borderlands 1 with Socially Inept Gamer (this will be super late start, probably around midnight)

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100 Days on Hold

There is a stomach bug going around in our house. Will resume reviews next Saturday. Sorry for the delay. Stay safe.

100 Days of Reviews (2020): Day 6 - Noelle

Noelle (2019)
Watch: Disney+
Rating: 5 of 5

Noelle Kringle is the little sister of the new Santa Clause, Nick Kringle. She was taught to support her brother and to bring holiday cheer. When their father died, it was up to Nick to take up the role as Santa.

Anna Kendrick portrayed Noelle like a lot of her other characters (funny, A bit ditzy, and full of charm).  The movie itself I woulf give a 5 rating, but for character originality I would give it a 2.5, at best. I like her as an actress, but all the films I have currently seen her in seem like they "would be" the same person.

This film is a great way to spend the Christmas season.

100 Days of Reviews (2020): Day 5 - Life As We Know It

Life As We Know It (2010)

Watch: Netflix
Rating: 5 of 5

Nothing can prepare you for motherhood, especially for your best friends kid that is now your responsibility.  This movie has so many ups and downs when it comes to life, work, family, and responsibility.  Katherine Heigle and Josh Duhamel are a great duo.  I would recommend giving this one a watch on your Netflix to-do list.

100 Days of Reviews (2020): Day 4 - Instant Family

Instant Family (2018)

Watch: Hulu
Rating: 5 of 5

Instant Family was a real tear jerker. A couple decided to adopt a child through the foster system. During this time, they realized just how much care goes into a child. It was heartfelt, humorous, and sends a positive message.

100 Days of Reviews (2020): Day 3 - The Darkest Dawn

The Darkest Dawn (2016)

Watch: Netflix
Rating 4.5 of 5

The Darkest Dawn followed a 16 year old named Chloe during an alien apocolypse. The shots were done "Blair Witxh" style, where the footage came from her video camera given to her the day before the apocolypse happened. Some shots made me feel wheezy with the sheer amount of movement. The graphics, especially the explosions and alien possessions, were fantastic. The plot seemed fairly sound as to how people might interact during an apocalyptic event. I would re-watch this film in a heartbeat.

100 Days of Reviews (2020): Day 2 - Mr. Right

Mr. Right (2015)

Watch: Netflix
Rating: 3.5 of 5

This film was packed with so much insanity. An ex-hitman kills people who hire him. How insane is that?  During the movie I laughed so much, just from the sheer amount of crazy.

100 Days of Reviews (2020): Day 1 - Legion

We have seen a ton of people doing a 30-day or 100-day of art, editing, & so on. So I, Kyleen McHenry, will be doing 100 days of articles on the KKP blog. Will be doing reviews (some might be shorter than others). I am starting today, since it is my birthday (March 14th). The first review will be of Legion (shown below). These reviews are the ones that did not make Showverse's 20 episode a season cut. So here goes...(all things I review will be watching for the first time then reviewing them)


Legion (2010)

Watch: Netflix
Rating: 5 of 5

The fate of the world rest with the birth of a child. In this rendition of the Apocalypse, the arch angel Michael comes to save a woman about to give birth. There is so much action, bloodshed, heartfelt moments, and even comedy. I believe it had the right mix of all elements and kept me on my seat the entire time. I would HIGHLY recommend this film to add to that list of apocalyptic thrillers.

Review of BTE's The Children: A Play by Lucy Kirkwood

Article by: Kyleen McHenry
January 26, 2020

Photo taken from Cindy O Herman, Daily Item

     I went and saw Lucy Kirkwood’s play The Children, performed at the Bloomsburg Theatre
Ensemble. The entirety of the play took place at the home of Hazel (played by Elizabeth Dowd) and
Robin (played by James Goode). Their old friend, Rose (played by Laurie McCants) came for a visit after several years. The three are retired nuclear scientists who are experiencing the repercussions of their past mistakes, and seeing the effect of the current generation, due to a nuclear meltdown that took. place before the play began.

Some props they used were glasses, plates, silverware, table, chairs, an exercise mat, cigarettes, and the list goes on. The lighting was constant throughout most of the play, but they did add two extra lamps near the middle of the play, to showcase the changing of the time of day. A few times the actors went to the edge of the interior of the house (near the laundry hanging outside), especially during the more revealing scenes. One scene was when Rose and Robin talk about their past relationship. They moved furniture around when they needed more space for the dancing scene and moved it again when Hazel decided to pack a bag for the trip to the plant.

The overall feel of the house was a suburban household, nothing special, just plain colors and
well lived in throughout the years. My favorite part of the whole design were the props that were utilized. It is amazing to see how the same play can be different, just by watching the actors interact
with the materials provided to them in the space they are in.

Be the Change: Speak Up Against Bullying

Bullying is a problem that can happen anywhere in the world, to anyone, no matter their age / race / gender. We made this video in hopes to not only bring this problem to light, but also to help give some tips to help. A special thanks to all the cast of this short film, it was completely done by improv. Also a huge shout-out to Spotlight Kidz for sending such amazing talent.
A Ky's Korner Production
Starring: Alianne Rockwood, Ella Grace, Elizabeth McHenry, Brayden Abel, Kaliannah O'Reilly, Bo McDonald, Teah McHenry, Kalli Smith, Kyleen McHenry
Directed & Produced By: Kyleen McHenry
Edited By: Douglas Beamer
Special Thanks: Heidi O'Boyle, Spotlight Kidz