A look at some of the lustful ladies who came before Amy Schumer’s TRAINWRECK.
The 411 on 10 chick flicks hitting theaters and digital/VOD March 7-28—from VERONICA MARS, to DIVERGENT, and more!
When it comes to movie genres, is there any so derided as the chick flick? Written off as frivolous, predictable, and often times boring, to call a movie a chick flick is to instantly insult it according to the general public. While we here at Screen Invasion are doing our
A retrospective analysis of 2012’s chick flicks and a few of my hopes and dreams for 2013’s.
Love Actually image: © 2003 Universal Studios. || This Chick’s Flicks logo: © 2012 Kristal Bailey. Some people celebrate Christmas Day with family, friends, and presents under a tree. Others, like me, celebrate with a trip to the movies and dinner in Chinatown. Regardless of how you spend the day
Dear Readers, When thinking about what I could possibly add to the immense body of writing about The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2, it seemed somehow wrong for me to write about Breaking Dawn – Part 2, or any other member of The Twilight Saga, without first sharing something with you. It’s
As promised last week in my Vintage Chick Flicks Gift Guide, today I bring you its companion, Chick Flicks 101: a collection of classic chick flicks from the late 90s to today. This Gift Guide is designed to help you choose the perfect gift(s) for all chick-flick-lovers of any age. Organized
Are you celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or any other gift-giving occasion this holiday season? Need some help choosing the perfect gift? Have no fear, Screen Invasion Gift Guides are here! As I am a lover of chick flicks, I’ve decided to put my vast collection of knowledge to good use and
Dear Readers, I love fairy tales. From the Grimm brothers—who killed Snow White’s evil step-monster by making her dance-til-she-died in “red-hot iron shoes” at Snow’s wedding—to the comparatively kinder and gentler Disney Classics, the material is always ripe for a unique twist. Although TV is relatively new to the fairy-tale-themed party, arriving
Dear Readers, We talk a lot about “guilty pleasures”—you know, those things we do or like that we know we shouldn’t. But, I wonder: How much “guilt” do we really feel about them? Maybe it’s me, but I just can’t muster any real “guilt” about loving some of the chick
Dear Readers, Today’s quickie recommendation—a type of post that I’m just going to call a “Quickie” from now on, because I love sexual innuendo and double entendres—features a movie that reaches a new zenith among chick flicks (at least those that I’m familiar with). Not only was it written and
I had the pleasure of spending last week becoming well acquainted with That’s What She Said, an uproariously funny film about three chicks who aren’t afraid to tell you what’s going on up here, down there, and everywhere. Over the course of three days, I researched the film (which, by the way,