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Let's Talk About... Saying Goodbye to 'Pretty Little Liars'

It is hard to believe, but after 7 entertaining seasons, “Pretty Little Liars” is ending. Fans have had a considerable amount of time to prepare for this reality, and while the show has seen its fair share of ups and downs, it does not make its impending absence any less sad. 

For seven years, “Pretty Little Liars” has been there, through our own ups and downs. It’s been there during the cold nights of winter, and the hot evenings of summer. Life has changed so much for the characters on-screen, which is an experience undoubtedly felt by its viewers, who have also changed through the years.

Quick Hit Movie Reviews #9 | '10 Cloverfield Lane' & More...

In the #9 edition of the Quick Hit Movie Reviews feature, Eclectic Pop reviews three very different films. This strange range of movie reviews might seem as far disconnected as you can imagine. However, if you consider that each movie is about how a single person changes the course of the lead character’s life, an odd connection develops between them. 

In “10 Cloverfield Lane,” a young woman’s reality is questioned by a stranger who claims he has saved her from the apocalypse. In “The Family Fang,” a pair of siblings reluctantly reunite with their eccentric parents, who go missing shortly thereafter.

Writing About: 'Poldark' Season 3 Premiere Info & Spoiler Alerts

Oh “Poldark.” What a series. The BBC, PBS Masterpiece series is one of those rare TV shows to have it all - riveting romance, lavish costumes, and exciting adventures. It is these three attributes that make “Poldark” as fun of a show to write about, as it is to watch.

In Ross Poldark (Aidan Turner), audiences have found a dimensional character, who can just as easily inspire one moment, as he frustrates the next. Ross is complicated and so his relationship with his devoted wife, Demelza (Eleanor Tomlinson).

Netflix Instant: 8 Micro Movie Reviews - June 2017 Edition

For the Emperor Movie Poster - Netflix Instant: 8 Micro Movie Reviews - June 2017 Edition
There are a lot of movies on Netflix, which means there a lot of good movies, and a lot of bad ones. Since there is only so much time in a day, here are micro reviews of 8 movies, currently streaming on Netflix (U.S.) as of June 2017 to help you decide, which ones are your best bets.

Writing About: 'The White Princess' Theories, Reviews & Final Twists

Writing About - The White Princess Theories, Reviews and Final Twists
Starz’s “The White Princess” has been an easy show to write about, thanks to its richly complex storyline, and densely written characters. As the adaptation of a historical fiction novel and a highly-anticipated follow-up series, “The White Princess” has offered a wealth of things to explore.

To put it directly, “The White Princess” is a writer’s paradise. Between investigating the series’ historical context and the connective tissue between it and “The White Queen,” there has been no shortage of material to sift through.

Top 10 Most-Read Posts of May 2017

Eclectic Pop - Top 10 Most-Read Posts of May 2017 - Fifty Shades Darker, Game of Thrones, The White Princess
May 2017 has come and gone, which means it is time to recap the month’s most-read content on Eclectic Pop. The results are in, so which posts came out on top? 

In a sea of movie reviews and TV coverage, Eclectic Pop’s readership favored the following ten articles the most. Scroll down to find out what they are.

'Spring Into Summer' Soundtrack: A Spotify Playlist

It's that time of year, again - the time to bid a fond farewell to spring and welcome summer. Is there a better way to "spring into summer" than with musical accompaniment? 

Eclectic Pop has you covered with a playlist of 30 songs, streaming on Spotify for your listening delight. Here is the rundown on what you will hear in Eclectic Pop’s official “Spring into Summer" playlist.

Movie Review | 'Jack Reacher: Never Go Back' (2016)

Having watched and enjoyed the original “Jack Reacher,” expectations for its sequel were measured, albeit heightened. As long as “Never Go Back” executed the first film’s fantastic formula, those expectations would be met.

Sadly, none of those hopes are realized in its underwhelming follow-up, “Jack Reacher: Never Go Back.” As it is now, there seems to be an inherent law that when an action film, which originally featured a strong central protagonist (i.e. a formidable combatant and detective) returns for the sequel, he is rendered neither.