Blacklanderz Convos! Outlander S3 Epi13

Blacklanderz Convos! Outlander S3 Epi13 – Eye Of the Storm ~ Season Finale Directed by Matthew B. Roberts   Written by Matthew B. Roberts & Toni Graphia This conversation is between Blacklanderz Tami, Iris and Tqwana. Arranged and edited by Vida. ACTION-PACKED | FAST-PACED | TENSE Tqwana:  Don’t blink or you’ll miss something. This episode raced to the end. This is probably the most entertaining episode of … Continue reading Blacklanderz Convos! Outlander S3 Epi13

Blacklanderz Convos! Outlander S3 Epi12

Blacklanderz Convos! Outlander S3 Epi12 – The Bakra  Directed by Charlotte Brändström   Written by Luke Schelhaas This conversation is between Blacklanderz Amanda, Kandra and Tqwana. Arranged and edited by Vida [Yes, I interrupt in this one too.]. PASSIONATE | SUPERNATURAL | HAUNTING | REPETITION Kandra:  This episode used Ian’s kidnapping as the catalyst for two characters from the past to resurface and cause unrest between … Continue reading Blacklanderz Convos! Outlander S3 Epi12

Outlander | Jamie and Claire hit the High Seas *New Photos*

All aboard! The Artemis is headed for the Caribbean. In these new photos from episode 9 of Outlander that’s titled “The Doldrums,” Jamie (Sam Heughan) and Claire (Caitriona Balfe) have left Scotland to begin the search for Young Ian (John Bell), who was captured at the end of episode 8. Their voyage aboard the Artemis is fraught with delays, however, so the superstitious crew looks … Continue reading Outlander | Jamie and Claire hit the High Seas *New Photos*

How Outlander Has Avoided The Stereotypes Of Its Source Material

With Outlander Season 3 introducing the first characters/actors of color, this article is so timely. Many have wondered how they would be portrayed on the show, including me (Vida). Tyrese Coleman tackles the touchy subject of stereotypes/caricatures found in the book characters of Dr. Joe Abernathy (played by Wil Johnson) and Mr. Willoughby (played by Gary Young) by comparing them to the version we now … Continue reading How Outlander Has Avoided The Stereotypes Of Its Source Material