In this post I'm going to be reviewing a Japanese Drama called Million Yen Women, that I watched on Netflix. First a little background. One of my favorite things to do is watch TV. I love finding a good show and binge watching. I started watching Asian dramas my sophomore year of college and since then I've been hooked. I've watched dramas from Korea, Japan, China, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Pakistan, Philippines, and India. Now I don't exclusively like shows from these Asian countries, I still watch American shows as well, but I do find myself binge watching these more often because they are usually one season with anywhere between 10-30 episodes. Short and to the point. Now there are shows that are longer but generally that is the episode range. In addition, I also watch telenovelas occasionally, but let's save that for another post. Through my blog I want to review and recommend some TV shows that I truly enjoyed and I hope you will too!
So today I wanted to write about my top 10 favorite KPOP male groups. Quick background, I got into Kpop about 3 1/2 years ago and I got hooked from watching Kdramas, (or Korean Drama shows). So if you're a Kpop fan, a casual listener, or maybe you've never even listened to Kpop, this list is just to introduce my favorites. Maybe you'll be persuaded to give some of these groups a listen. Okay, let's get started.
Now this list is going to be going from 10 to 1. I love all these groups and think they are all amazing but the number one spot is going to be reserved from my ultimate bias group. I will write a bit about why I put these groups on my list.
I don't know why it took me so long to start stanning Pentagon, but they definitely deserve more love and recognition. They have some great songs.
9. Monsta X
Monsta X is a group I just recently started listening to and I have to say they really are an amazing group.
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So, I am an avid horror movie fan. I just love all things scary, creepy, and spine-chilling. Today I want to share my list of top horror movies. Warning: There may be spoilers below, so if you haven't seen a particular movie you might want to skip over it. (Most of these movies are pretty old but it's impossible to see every movie unless you're a horror movie buff like me.)
1. Nightmare on Elm Street 1 & 3
Honestly, Nightmare on elm street is my favorite horror movie and franchise. I just think the concept of a dream demon like Freddy is so smart on Wes Craven's part. I mean a serial killer that you can't really prove is even real. Freddy Krueger is also one of my all time favorite villains. I mean he is extremely scary but also funny. What more could you want? 2. Halloween
Seriously, Michael Myers has got to be one of the scariest killers in movie history. As good ol' Dr. Loomis says in the movie Michael is "...purely and simply...evil."