Top 20: Christmas Movie Quotes

As you know from previous posts, Christmas is my FAVOURITE time of year for movie marathons. You can check out my Top 10 favourite Christmas films by clicking here! This year, I’m sharing my favourite 20 quotes from all these glorious films. So, if you’re in for a giggle check at the list below!

1) ‘Elf’ – Santa’s Coming


‘Elf’ [Credit: New Line Cinema]

“Okay people, tomorrow morning 10 a.m., Santa’s coming to town.” – Gimbel’s Manager


2) ‘The Grinch’ – I’m Booked!

The Grinch at Home

‘How The Grinch Stole Christmas’ [Credit: Universal Pictures]

“The nerve of those Who’s. Inviting me down there – on such short notice! Even if I wanted to go my schedule wouldn’t allow it.

4:00, wallow in self pity; 4:30, stare into the abyss; 5:00, solve world hunger, tell no one; 5:30, jazzercise; 6:30, dinner with me – I can’t cancel that again; 7:00, wrestle with my self-loathing … I’m booked.

Of course, if I bump the loathing to 9, I could still be done in time to lay in bed, stare at the ceiling and slip slowly into madness. But what would I wear?” – The Grinch

3) ‘Home Alone’ – I’m Not That Lucky

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‘Home Alone’ [Credit: 20th Century Fox]

“You’re not at all worried that something might happen to Kevin?” – Megan McAllister

“No for three reasons: A, I’m not that lucky. Two, we use smoke detectors and D, we live on the most boring street in the whole United States of America, where nothing even remotely dangerous will ever happen. Period.” – Buzz McAllister

4) ‘The Grinch’ – The Glitter Of Commercialism

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‘How The Grinch Stole Christmas’ [Credit: Universal Pictures]

“All right, you’re a reindeer. Here’s your motivation: your name is Rudolph, you’re a freak with a red nose, and no one likes you. Then one day, Santa picks you and you save Christmas. No, forget that part. We’ll improvise … just keep it kind of loosey-goosey. You HATE Christmas! You’re gonna steal it. Saving Christmas is a lousy ending, way too commercial. ACTION!” – The Grinch

[Max knocks the red nose off]

“BRILLIANT! You reject your own nose because it represents the glitter of commercialism. Why didn’t I think of that? Cut, print, check the gate, moving on.” – The Grinch

5) ‘The Grinch’ – No Sad Faces On Christmas

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‘How The Grinch Stole Christmas’ [Credit: Universal Pictures]

“We’re gonna crash!” – Cindy Lou Who

“Now you listen to me, young lady! Even if we’re horribly mangled, there’ll be no sad faces on Christmas.” – The Grinch

6) ‘The Santa Clause’ – The ’60s

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‘The Santa Clause’ [Credit: Buena Vista Pictures]

“Whoa Dad! You’re flying!” – Charlie

“It’s okay, I’m used to it. I lived through the ’60s.” – Scott

7) ‘Elf’ – Four Food Groups


‘Elf’ [Credit: New Line Cinema]

“We elves try to stick to the four main food groups: candy, candy canes, candy corns, and syrup.” – Buddy

8) ‘The Grinch’ – That Worked Out Nicely

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‘How The Grinch Stole Christmas’ [Credit: Universal Pictures]

“You’re, the, the, the …” – Cindy

“The, the, the … the GRINCH! Well, that worked out nicely. Max let’s go, our work here is finished.”

[Max bites him]

“That is NOT a chew toy!”

9) ‘Elf’ – Snowball Scene

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‘Elf’ [Credit: New Line Cinema]

[as he is hit by a snowball]

“SON of a NUTcracker!”

10) ‘The Grinch’ – We’re Gonna Die!

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‘How The Grinch Stole Christmas’ [Credit: Universal Pictures]

“We’re gonna die! We’re gonna die! I’m going to throw up, and then I’m gonna die! Mommy, tell it to stop!”

[continues to scream and yell, then chuckles as he gets the sleigh under control]

“Whew … ha! Almost lost my cool there.”

11) ‘Home Alone’ – From A Tree House??

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‘Home Alone’ [Credit: 20th Century Fox]

“He’s gonna call the cops!” – Marv

“He’s not calling’ the – from a tree house!?!” – Harry

12) ‘Die Hard’ – Emergency Calls Only

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‘Die Hard’ [Credit: 20th Century Fox]

“Attention, whoever you are, this channel is reserved for emergency calls only.” – Supervisor

“No f*cking shit, lady. Does it sound like I’m ordering a pizza?” – John McClane

13) ‘Christmas Vacation’ – Take A Look Around

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‘National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation’ [Credit: Warner Bros.]

“Clark, I think it’d be best if everyone went home… before things get worse.” – Ellen Griswold

“WORSE? How could things get any worse? Take a look around here, Ellen. We’re at the threshold of hell.” – Clark Griswold

14) ‘The Grinch’ – Holiday Cheermeister

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‘How The Grinch Stole Christmas’ [Credit: Universal Pictures]

“Holiday who-be what-ee?” – The Grinch

“Cheermeister” – Cindy

15) ‘Home Alone’ – Question Time

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‘Home Alone’ [Credit: 20th Century Fox]

“Why the hell did you take your shoes off?” – Harry

“Why the hell are you dressed like a chicken?” – Marv

16) ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ – Believe

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‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ [Credit: Buena Vista Pictures]

“Just because I cannot see it, doesn’t mean I can’t believe it!” – Jack Skellington

17) ‘Elf’ – Answering The Phone

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‘Elf’ [Credit: New Line Cinema]

[phone rings, Buddy picks it up]

“Buddy the Elf, what’s your favourite colour?”

18) ‘Home Alone’ – Trickery

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‘Home Alone’ [Credit: 20th Century Fox]

‘Marv look at this, I think we’re getting scammed by a kindergartener” – Harry

19) ‘The Family Stone’ – Gossip

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‘The Family Stone’ [Credit: 20th Century Fox]

[to Meredith]

“Don’t dilly-dally there, pretty lady. We’re all gonna be down here talking about you.” – Ben Stone

20) ‘Elf’ – Apology

Ruined Your Lives

‘Elf’ [Credit: New Line Cinema]

[reading the note he left on a etch-a-sketch]

“I’m sorry I ruined your lives, and crammed eleven cookies into the VCR.”

And that’s all of them! My annual Christmas movie marathon has officially begun, so hopefully you’ll join in on the festivities this year and watch a couple of my favourites.


IN THEATRES: November & December (2017)

This “In Theatres” combo edition features the best new movie releases from November as well as the highly-anticipated December films coming soon. See below for the Top 7 movies on my radar, as well as an extra list of releases for a great mix of adventure, drama, mystery and Christmas films.

1) ‘Thor: Ragnarok’

Release Date: Friday November 3

Main Stars: Chris Hemsworth (‘Thor’), Tom Hiddleston (‘The Night Manager’) and Cate Blanchett (‘Blue Jasmine’)

Director: Taika Waititi (‘Two Cars, One Night’)


‘Thor: Ragnarok’ is an adventure superhero film that is the sequel to ‘Thor’ and ‘Thor: The Dark World’, as well as the 17th film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The story picks up two years after the events of ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’, as Thor’s (Chris Hemsworth) quest for the Infinity Stones lands him in a gladiatorial style combat prison. Thor must face off against an old friend in order to escape and return home to Asgard, as Hela the Goddess of Death has returned to seek vengeance and set off the Ragnarok. Personally, I love the entire Avengers franchise and am always excited for a new film to hit cinemas. However, I’m going into this film with an open mind as I have heard it is shifting towards the ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ style of comedy, and away from the serious and dark style of the previous films.

2) ‘Justice League’

Release Date: Friday November 17

Main Stars: Ben Affleck (‘Argo’), Gal Gadot (‘Wonder Woman’), Jason Momoa (‘Game of Thrones’) and Henry Cavill (‘Man of Steel’)

Director: Zach Snyder (‘300’)


‘Justice League’ is an adventure superhero film based on the DC Comics superhero team of the same name, and is the fifth film of the DC Extended Universe (DCEU). The story begins following the aftermath of the sacrificial death of Superman in ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’. Batman bands together with his new ally Wonder Woman in search of others out there like them. After gathering The Flash, Aquaman and Cyborg the team must square off against Steppenwolf (Ciaran Hinds) and his army of Parademons in order to save the world. I’m very interested to see how the DCEU will develop with this team style film, as the Avengers franchise has set a high bar. I love Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman and am warming up to Affleck as Batman. but mostly I am intrigued to see what newcomers Ezra Miller, Jason Momoa and Ray Fisher will bring to their respective roles.

3) ‘Darkest Hour’

Release Date: Friday December 8

Main Stars: Gary Oldman (‘The Dark Knight’ Trilogy), Kristin Scott Thomas (‘The English Patient’) and Ben Mendelsohn (‘Bloodline’)

Director: Joe Wright (‘Atonement’)


‘Darkest Hour’ is a war drama film starring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill during his early years as British Prime Minister. Set in the 1940s, the story follows Churchill as he fights to take down Hitler’s army during World War II. I love films that dive into history by portraying what was believed to have happened behind closed doors in a time of crisis. From the trailer alone, I think Gary Oldman looks exceptional in this role as I can see his transformation into such an iconic figure. Also, I’m interested to see how Kristin Scott Thomas will perform as Mrs. Churchill as well as Ben Mendelsohn as King George VI.

4) ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’

Release Date: Friday December 15

Main Stars: Mark Hamill (‘Star Wars’ Franchise), Carrie Fisher (‘Star Wars’ Franchise), Daisy Ridley (‘Scrawl’) and Adam Driver (‘Girls’)

Director: Rian Johnson (‘Looper’)


‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ is the second sci-fi film of the ‘Star Wars’ sequel trilogy following ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’, and features an incredible ensemble cast in their reprising roles. The storyline of the film isn’t overtly obvious, however, the previous film ended with Rey (Daisy Ridley) finding Jedi Master Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) on the planet Ahch-To. Therefore, it is assumed that she will train with him and her fellow Resistance fighters of General Leia (Carrie Fisher), Finn (John Boyega) and Poe (Oscar Isaac) will team up with them in order to take down Kylo Ren (Adam Driver). I’m interested to see where the characters’ journey will take them and to see how this massive franchise will build towards the trilogy’s final installment.

5) ‘The Greatest Showman’

Release Date: Wednesday December 20

Main Stars: Hugh Jackman (‘X-Men’ Series), Michelle Williams (‘My Week with Marilyn’) and Zac Efron (‘Neighbors’)

Director: Michael Gracey (‘Naruto’)


‘The Greatest Showman’ is a biographical musical film, starring Hugh Jackman as P. T. Barnum during his establishment of the Barnum & Bailey Circus in the early 1900s. I absolutely loved Hugh Jackman as illusionist Robert Angier in ‘The Prestige’, as well as saw him show off his vocal chops in ‘Les Miserables’, so I’m interested to see what he brings to this new role. The supporting cast will bring both experience and youthful excitement to the film with Rebecca Ferguson, Michelle Williams, Zendaya and Zac Efron. Personally, I adore stories about the circus and have recently read The Night Circus and Water for Elephants, so to say I’m interested in this film is a severe understatement.

6) ‘Pitch Perfect 3’

Release Date: Friday December 22

Main Stars: Anna Kendrick (’50/50′), Rebel Wilson (‘Bridesmaids’) and Brittany Snow (‘American Dreams’)

Director: Trish Sie (‘Step Up: All In’)


‘Pitch Perfect 3’ is a musical comedy film that is the final installment of the ‘Pitch Perfect’ trilogy, where the girls come together for one final acapella throw down. The film is set after the Barden Bellas graduate from college and are struggling to figure out what to do now that they are in the real world. Aubrey (Anna Camp) proposes they reunite for a final performance tour in Europe, but little do they realize that all the other competitors are using actual musical instruments versus just their voices. As you probably already know from previous posts, I love the Pitch Perfect ladies and all the female-driven comedy (click here for a Pitch Perfect 2 recap). Therefore, I’m excited to see what the Bellas have in store for us, as well as to hear another killer soundtrack.

Extra Film Releases – November 2017

‘A Bad Moms Christmas’

Release Date: Wednesday November 1

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‘A Bad Moms Christmas’ [Credit: STXfilms]


‘A Bad Moms Christmas’ is a Christmas comedy film sequel to the ‘Bad Moms’ original,  with Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn reprising their roles as a trio of moms who have had enough with always being perfect. This time around the women have to deal with the pressure of the holidays, as well as the unexpected challenge of their mothers coming to town.

‘Daddy’s Home 2’

Release Date: Friday November 10

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‘Daddy’s Home 2’ [Credit: Paramount Pictures]


‘Daddy’s Home 2’ is a Christmas comedy film sequel to the ‘Daddy’s Home’ original, with Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell reprising their roles as dad Dusty and step-dad Brad as they work through the challenge of co-parenting. Similar to ‘A Bad Moms Christmas’, Dusty and Brad will have to work through everything the holidays entail, as well as the extra obstacle of their fathers (Mel Gibson and John Lithgow) visiting.

‘Murder on the Orient Express’

Release Date: Friday November 10

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‘Murder on the Orient Express’ [Credit: 20th Century Fox]


‘Murder on the Orient Express’ is a drama mystery film based on the novel of the same name by Agatha Christie. Set in the 1930s, Detective Poirot (Kenneth Branagh) is on his way to solve a case in France when he is tasked with uncovering the truth of who murdered one of the passengers before the train arrives. The film has an impressive ensemble cast including Penelope Cruz, Willem Dafoe, Judi Dench, Johnny Depp, and Michelle Pfeiffer.


Release Date: Friday November 17


‘Wonder’ [Credit: Lionsgate]


‘Wonder’ is a family film based on the novel of the same name written by Stephen Chbosky. The story follows young Auggie Pullman, played by the incredible ‘Room’ star Jacob Tremblay, as he learns to embrace his facial deformity and to enjoy the ups and downs of elementary school. Auggie’s mother is played by Julia Roberts and father is portrayed by Owen Wilson, which is the perfect duo to compliment this beautiful story about being kind and highlighting that it’s what’s on the inside that counts.


Release Date: Wednesday November 22


‘Coco’ [Credit: Walt Disney Studios]


‘Coco’ is the latest Pixar film that follows young Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez) as he goes on a journey to uncover the musical ban connected to his family heritage. Miguel is an aspiring musician so he will go to the end of the world, literally, to solve this mystery. The overall theme of the film is based on the Mexican holiday Die de Muertos, a.k.a. The Day of the Dead, which provides an excellent background of colours and cultures to support a fun adventure.

Extra Film Releases – December 2017

‘Wonder Wheel’

Release Date: Friday December 8

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‘Wonder Wheel’ [Credit: Amazon Studios]


‘Wonder Wheel’ is a drama thriller film set in the 1950s at an amusement park on Coney Island. The film is directed by Woody Allen and follows Ginny, played by the stunning Kate Winslet, as she begins falling for the local lifeguard Mickey (Justin Timberlake). However, her blissful romance is quickly derailed by the arrival of her husband’s estranged daughter Carolina (Juno Temple) who is also smitten with Mickey.

‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’

Release Date: Wednesday December 20

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‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ [Credit: Sony Pictures Entertainment]


‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ is an adventure film that is the sequel to the 1995 ‘Jumanji’ movie starring Robin Williams. Set 20 years after Alan Parrish’s original adventure, the game has evolved into a virtual version and physically sucks four teenagers into the jungle. The majority of the film the teens are played by avatars from the hilarious group of Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Jack Black and Karen Gillan.

‘All the Money in the World’

Release Date: Friday December 22

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‘All the Money in the World’ [Credit: TriStar Pictures]


‘All the Money in the World’ is a biopic crime film directed by Ridley Scott and features Michelle Williams, Mark Wahlberg and Christopher Plummer. Set in the 1970s, the story follows J. Paul Getty’s refusal to pay the $17 million ransom set by the kidnappers of his 16-year old grandson John Paul Getty III.


Release Date: Friday December 22


‘Downsizing’ [Credit: Paramount Pictures’]


‘Downsizing’ is a comedy drama film following a middle-aged couple as they decide to make the life-altering decision to undertake a shrinking surgery that has been promoted as the world’s overpopulation solution. The film features an exceptional cast of Matt Damon, Kristen Wiig, Christoph Waltz and Jason Sudeikis.

What Movie Are You Most Excited About?



44 Movie & TV Themed Halloween Costumes

I absolutely love Halloween and excitedly look forward to the creative costumes of celebrities, friends, family and all the neighbourhood little ones each year. I have always found movie or TV themed costumes to be the most unique, which is why I have dedicated this entire post to my Top 44 favourites. See each Top 11 list below for couples, groups, and men & women solo costumes. Plus, scroll all the way to the bottom for a bonus collage of Neil Patrick Harris’s family winning Halloween year after year. Enjoy!

*NOTE: If a title has DIY in it, you can click on it to view a website that will show you how to make that particular costume!


1) Daenerys & Drogo – ‘Game of Thrones’ – Source

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Daenerys Targaryen & Khal Drogo [Credit: Carli Bybel]

2) T.J. & Spinelli – ‘Recess’ – Source

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T.J. & Spinelli from Disney’s ‘Recess’ [Credit: Pinterest]

3) Alice & White Rabbit – ‘Alice in Wonderland’ – DIY

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Alice & White Rabbit [Credit: Keiko Lynn]

4) Forrest & Jenny – ‘Forrest Gump’ – Source

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Forrest & Jenny from ‘Forrest Gump’ [Credit: Pinterest]

5) Mary & Bert – ‘Mary Poppins’ – DIY

Mary Poppins & Bert

Mary Poppins & Bert [Credit: Keiko Lynn]

6) “Frozen” Jack & Rose – ‘Titanic’ – Source

Jack & Rose

Jack & Rose from ‘Titanic’ [Credit: Buzzfeed]

7) Bugs & Lola – ‘Space Jam’ – Source

Bugs & Lola Bunny

Bugs & Lola Bunny from ‘Space Jam’ – [Credit: Coolest Homemade Costumes]

8) Sandy & Danny – ‘Grease’ – Source

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Sandy & Danny from ‘Grease’ [Credit: Costume Works]

9) Kim & Ron – ‘Kim Possible’ – Source

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Kim Possible & Ron Stoppable [Credit: Pinterest]

10) Shaggy & Scooby – ‘Scooby Doo’ – Source

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Shaggy & Scooby Doo [Credit: Pinterest]

11) Squints & Wendy – ‘The Sandlot’ – Source

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Squints & Wendy from ‘The Sandlot’ [Credit: Pinterest]


1) Sanderson Sisters – ‘Hocus Pocus’ – DIY

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‘Hocus Pocus’ Witches – [Credit: Brit + Co]

2) ‘Wonder Woman’ & The Amazons – DIY

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‘Wonder Woman’ and The Amazons [Credit: Brit + Co]

3) ‘Pokemon’ Crew – DIY

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‘Pokemon’ Crew [Credit: Brit + Co]

4) ‘Inside Out’ Emotions – DIY

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‘Inside Out’ Group [Credit: Brit + Co]

5) ‘Jurassic Park’ Family – DIY

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‘Jurassic Park’ Family – [Credit: Cupcakes and Cashmere]

6) ‘A League Of Their Own’ Ladies – DIY

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‘A League of their Own’ Girls [Credit: Camille Styles]

7) ‘Hey Arnold!’ Trio – Source

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‘Hey Arnold!’ Trio [Credit: Cort In Session]

8) Disney Princesses – DIY

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9) ‘Wizard of Oz’ Group – Source

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‘Wizard of Oz’ Group [Credit: Shannon Eileen]

10) ‘Harry Potter’ Trio – Source

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‘Harry Potter’ Trio [Credit: BookBub Blog]

11) ‘The Breakfast Club’ Gang – DIY

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‘The Breakfast Club’ Gang [Credit: Brit + Co]


1) Poison Ivy – ‘Batman & Robin’ – Source

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Poison Ivy from ‘Batman & Robin’ [Credit: Sarah Lahbati]

2) Ms. Frizzle – ‘The Magic School Bus’ – Source

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Ms. Frizzle from ‘The Magic School Bus’ [Credit: Pinterest]

3) Harley Quinn – ‘Suicide Squad’ – DIY

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Harley Quinn from ‘Suicide Squad’ [Credit: Brit + Co]

4) Nina Sayers – ‘Black Swan’ – Source

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Nina Sayers from ‘The Black Swan’ [Credit: Angel Singmin]

5) Black Widow – ‘The Avengers’ – DIY

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Black Widow from ‘The Avengers’ [Credit: Brit + Co]

6) Darla – ‘Finding Nemo’ – Source

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Darla from ‘Finding Nemo’ [Credit: Pinterest]

7) Cruella de Vil – ‘101 Dalmatians’ – DIY

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Cruella de Vil – [Credit: Keiko Lynn]

8) Katniss Everdeen – ‘The Hunger Games’ – DIY

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Katniss from ‘The Hunger Games’ [Credit: simpleastthat]

9) Mrs. Euphegenia Doubtfire – ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ – Source

Mrs. Doubfire

‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ [Credit: Buzzfeed]

10) Wednesday Addams – ‘The Addams Family’ – DIY

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Wednesday Addams from ‘The Addams Family’ [Credit: Brit + Co]

11) Elle Woods – ‘Legally Blonde’ – Source

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Elle Woods from ‘Legally Blonde’ [Credit: Pinterest]


1) The Joker – ‘The Dark Knight’ – Source

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The Joker from ‘The Dark Knight’ [Credit: Pinterest]

2) Ace Ventura – ‘Ace Ventura: Pet Detective’ – Source

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Ace Ventura – ‘Ace Ventura: Pet Detective’ [Credit: Maskerix]

3) Jon Snow – ‘Game of Thrones’ – Source

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Jon Snow from ‘Game of Thrones’ [Credit: Brit + Co]

4) Charlie Chaplin – ‘City Lights’ – Source

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Charlie Chaplin from ‘City Lights’ [Credit: Brit + Co]

5) Walter White – ‘Breaking Bad’ – Source

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Walter White from ‘Breaking Bad’ [Credit: College Humor]

6) Hades – ‘Hercules’ – Source


Hades from ‘Hercules’ [Credit: Buzzfeed]

7) Bane – ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ – Source


Bane from ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ [Credit: Costume Works]

8) Alan – ‘The Hangover’ – Source

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Alan from ‘The Hangover’ [Credit: Pinterest]

9) Patrick Bateman – ‘American Psycho’ – Source

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‘American Psycho’ [Credit: Pinterest]

10) Bob Ross – ‘The Joy of Painting’ – DIY

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Bob Ross [Credit: C.R.A.F.T.]

11) Joel Goodson – ‘Risky Business’ – Source

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‘Risky Business’ Costume – [Credit: Sassy Mouth Photography]



2011 – ‘Peter Pan’

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‘Peter Pan’ 2011 Costumes [Credit: Twitter user ActuallyNPH)]

2012 – ‘The Wizard of Oz’

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‘The Wizard of Oz’ 2012 Costumes [Credit: Twitter user ActuallyNPH]

2013 A – ‘Alice in Wonderland’

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‘Alice in Wonderland’ 2013 Costumes [Credit: Twitter user ActuallyNPH]

2013 B – ‘Frankenstein’, ‘The Wolfman’ and ‘Dracula’

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2013 B Costumes [Credit: Twitter user ActuallyNPH]

2014 – ‘Batman’

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‘Batman’ 2014 Costumes [Credit: Twitter user ActuallyNPH]

2015 – ‘Star Wars’

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‘Star Wars’ 2015 Costumes [Credit: Twitter user ActuallyNPH]

2016 – Old Hollywood

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Old Hollywood 2016 Costumes [Credit: Twitter user ActuallyNPH]

What Are You Dressing Up As This Halloween??

TV PREMIERES: (Fall 2017)

Hi Everyone! As most of you may know I got a double concussion back in June and have recently had to take a mini-hiatus from the blogging world. However, my recovery has slowly been coming along so I wanted to jump back in with a preview of the best new and returning TV shows for Fall 2017. See below for a showcase of five brand new action-packed dramas, as well as all the information you need for my favourite returning shows!


1) ‘The Brave’

Premiere Date & Time: Mon Sept 25 @ 10 PM

Network: NBC

Main Stars: Mike Vogel (‘Cloverfield’) and Anne Heche (‘Donnie Brasco’)


Back in the mid-2000s, I was in love with the TV drama ‘The Unit’ which focused on the missions of a special ops Delta Force team and the home lives of their families. The new NBC drama ‘The Brave’ has a similar feel as it brings together a mismatch of remarkable combat and intelligence specialists, in order to execute high-risk missions that no other U.S. organization will touch. I’m excited to see how the show will unveil and if the back-story of the characters will be revealed over the series like ‘Criminal Minds’, or if they will focus solely on the missions.

2) ‘The Good Doctor’

Premiere Date & Time: Mon Sept 25 @ 10 PM

Network: ABC

Main Stars: Freddie Highmore (‘Bates Motel’) and Nicholas Gonzalez (‘Pretty Little Liars’)


‘The Good Doctor’ is an intriguing new medical drama that looks like a cross between ‘House’, ‘The Big Bang Theory’ and ‘Grey’s Anatomy’. The story follows the trials and tribulations of Shaun Murphy, a surgical candidate with autism and savant syndrome portrayed by child movie star Freddie Highmore. His performance seems to incorporate hints of the arrogance of Dr. House, as well as the misinterpreted social queues of Dr. Sheldon Cooper. I’m eager to see how the season will incorporate flashes of Shaun’s dysfunctional childhood with the drama of his surrounding surgical candidates.

3) ‘SEAL Team’

Premiere Date & Time: Wed Sept 27 @ 9 PM

Network: Global

Main Stars: David Boreanaz (‘Bones’) and Max Thieriot (‘Bates Motel’)


I have always loved films that focus on the training and missions of U.S. Navy SEALs such as ‘American Sniper’, ‘G.I. Jane’, ‘Lone Survivor’ and ‘Tears of the Sun’, which is why I’m interested in the new Global drama ‘SEAL Team’. Similar to ‘The Brave’, this series will follow an incredible team of operatives as they execute high-risk missions. However, I believe this series will reflect the style of ‘The Unit’ by incorporating both the dangerous side of the teams’ lives as well as the impact their sacrifice has on their home lives.

4) ‘Wisdom of the Crowd’

Premiere Date & Time: Sun Oct 1 @ 8:30 PM

Network: Global

Main Stars: Jeremy Piven (‘Entourage’) and Natalia Tena (‘Game of Thrones’)


‘Wisdom of the Crowd’ is a creative new mystery drama that follows father Jeffrey Tanner (Jeremy Piven) as he uses an evidence sharing crowdsourcing app to solve the murder of his daughter. With the help of the original Detective that worked his daughter’s case, a genius engineer, a tech-savvy programmer and a genius hacker they will spend the series piecing the puzzle together in order to find the real killer.

5) ‘S.W.A.T.’

Premiere Date & Time: Thurs Nov 1 @ 10 PM

Network: Global

Main Stars: Shemar Moore (‘Criminal Minds’) and Kenny Johnson (‘Bates Motel’)


I am thrilled Global has chosen to do a TV reboot of the 2003 S.W.A.T. film, especially as my favourite former FBI agent Derek Morgan (Shemar Moore) from ‘Criminal Minds’ has taken on the lead role of Sgt. Daniel ‘Hondo’ Harrelson. The series will follow Hondo alongside his team of highly-trained officers as they band together to protect the citizens of Los Angeles. I’m interested to see how this show will compare to both ‘The Brave’ and ‘SEAL Team’ as well as which series will prevail in getting picked up for a second season!


‘Outlander’ – Season 3

Starz – Sun Sept 10 @ 8 PM


‘Outlander’ [Credit: Starz]

‘This Is Us’ – Season 2

NBC – Tues Sept 26 @ 9 PM

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‘This Is Us’ [Credit: NBC]

‘Bull’ – Season 2

CBS – Tues Sept 26 @ 9 PM

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‘Bull’ [Credit: CBS]

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ – Season 14

ABC – Thurs Sept 28 @ 8 PM

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‘Grey’s Anatomy’ [Credit: ABC]

‘Will & Grace’ – Season 9 (Revival)

NBC – Thurs Sept 28 @ 9 PM

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‘Will & Grace’ [Credit: NBC]

‘HTGAWM’ – Season 4

ABC – Thurs Sept 28 @ 10 PM


‘How To Get Away With Murder’ [Credit: ABC]

‘Riverdale’ – Season 2

The CW – Wed Oct 11 @ 8 PM


‘Riverdale’ [Credit: The CW]

‘Stranger Things’ – Season 2

Netflix – Fri Oct 27

Stranger Things

‘Stranger Things’ [Credit: Netflix]

‘Blindspot’ – Season 3

NBC – Fri Oct 27 @ 8 PM

Blindspot - Season 2

‘Blindspot’ [Credit: NBC]

‘The Crown’ – Season 2

Netflix – Fri Dec 1

The Crown

‘The Crown’ [Credit: Netflix]

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IN THEATRES: April & May (2017)

This combo edition features the best new film releases still in theatres from April and the highly-anticipated May films coming soon. See below for the Top 4 films on my radar as well as an extra list of releases for a great mix of action, comedy, fantasy, drama and historic films.

1) ‘The Fate of the Furious’ – Friday April 14

The Fate of the Furious is the eighth installment in The Fast and Furious franchise featuring the return of the massive star-studded ensemble cast of Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham, Michelle Rodriguez, Kurt Russell and many more. The story follows Dominic Toretto as he is manipulated into helping cyberterrorist Cipher, played by the incredible Charlize Theron, and forced to turn on his family. Dom’s team works with “Mr. Nobody” and a few other familiar faces as they try to bring Dom back and stop Cipher from starting World War III. Personally, regardless to how ridiculous the action scenes and cheesy lines are throughout this franchise, I will always love and will want to see each new release as long as they are being made.

2) ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ – Friday May 5

Guardians of the Galaxy – Vol. 2 is the highly anticipated sequel to the 2014 superhero film Guardians of the Galaxy featuring the return of the incredible ensemble cast of Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Bradley Cooper, Dave Bautista, and Vin Diesel. The story follows the Guardians as they travel through the galaxy to help their leader Peter Quill find his father and to once again save the universe. I absolutely loved the comedic elements of the first film and I CANNOT WAIT to see Baby Groot in action! To say I’m anxiously awaiting the night I see this film is a massive understatement.

3) ‘Baywatch’ – Thursday May 25

Baywatch is an action-comedy film remake of the TV series of the same name. The story features the big and buff Dwayne Johnson as leader of the lifeguard squad Mitch Buchannon as he adds ex-Olympian and new recruit Matt Brody (Zac Efron) to the team. The crew work to disrupt the drug trafficking operations of the new club owner on their beach. I love Dwayne Johnson in pretty much anything he does so I’m eager to see how he brings his spin to the iconic series. Plus, I can’t wait for the one-liners and hilarious inevitable slow-mo running sequence.

4) ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ – Friday May 26

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is the fifth installment in the Pirates of the Caribbean fantasy franchise starring Johnny Depp, Kevin McNally and Geoffrey Rush in their reprised roles as Captain Jack Sparrow, Joshamee Gibbs, and Hector Barbossa. The story follows Sparrow as he is hunted down by an old enemy, Armando Salazar, played by the brilliant Javier Bardem. Sparrow and his allies must seek out the ancient and powerful Trident of Poseidon in order gain control of the seas and stop Salazar from killing all pirates.


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‘Gifted’ – [Credit: Fox Searchlight Pictures]

  • ‘Gifted’ (Fri Apr 7): is a drama film featuring Chris Evans as Frank Adler who has becomes the guardian of his seven-year-old genius niece after his sister passes away. The story follows Frank as he tries to raise his niece the way his sister would have wished, while fighting against his mother’s wishes.
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‘Free Fire’ [Credit: StudioCanal UK]

  • ‘Free Fire’ (Fri Apr 21): is an action-comedy film set in late-70s Boston following a meeting between two gangs that turns deadly. The film features a star-studded ensemble cast of Brie Larson, Armie Hammer, Cillian Murphy and Sharlto Copley.
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‘The Lost City of Z’ [Credit: Amazon Studios]

  • ‘The Lost City of Z’ (Fri Apr 21): is a biographical drama film based on the book of the same name written by David Grann, featuring Charlie Hunnam in the lead role of British explorer Colonel Percy Fawcett. Set in the 1920s, the story follows Fawcett as he explores the Amazon in hopes of finding an ancient lost city.
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‘The Circle’ [Credit: STX Entertainment]

  • ‘The Circle’ (Fri Apr 28): is a techno-thriller film based on the novel of the same name written by Dave Eggers, featuring Emma Watson in the lead role of Mae Holland. The story follows Holland as she joins an influential internet company founded by manipulative businessman Eamon Bailey (Tom Hanks) and slowly unravels the company’s misuse of power.


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‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ [Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures]

  • ‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ (Fri May 12): is a fantasy film set in 5th-century Britain starring Charlie Hunnam in the protagonist role of King Arthur and Jude Law in the antagonist role of Vortigern. The story follows Arthur as he is challenged to pull the powerful sword Excalibur from the stone, which forces him to decide to fulfill his birthright as King.

‘Snatched’ [Credit: 20th Century Fox]

  • ‘Snatched’ (Fri May 12): is an action comedy film following the mother-daughter duo of Linda and Emily Middleton, played by Goldie Hawn and Amy Schumer. The story follows the pair on a hilarious adventure as their exotic vacation turns into a fateful expedition to escape their kidnappers.
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‘Everything, Everything’ [Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures]

  • ‘Everything, Everything’ (Fri May 19): is a romantic drama film based on the novel of the same name written by Nicola Yoon. The film stars Amanda Stenberg as Maddy Whittier, a teenager with a rare disease that prevents her from leaving her home. The story follows Maddy as she slowing falls in love with her neighbour Olly Bright (Nick Robinson) and begins to grow outside of the walls of her sheltered life.

Which film are you going to see in theatres this month?