Articles by Keisha K. Page

About Keisha K. Page (5 Articles)
Keisha is an unapologetic Star Wars fan. A mother of five, when she's not hanging out with the kids, she's working as a copywriter, reading, or watching movies.

The X-Files Revival Review: Episodes One and Two

February 2, 2016 // 0 Comments

WARNING: This article may contain spoilers. My love of The X-Files series can be traced back to its beginning episodes. The storylines drew me in every week, until the last couple of seasons, when the writing fell a little flat for me. I have vivid and distinct memories of specific episodes, like when the Cigarette Smoking Man (played by William B. Davis) and several other government officials were deciding who will win the Superbowl. To say I was looking forward to The X-Files revival would //

Beatlemania: The First Fandom

November 27, 2015 // 0 Comments

I don’t need to explain to you who the Beatles are. At least, I better not have to. If you’re unfamiliar with the Beatles or have only heard of them from playing Rock Band, you need to do two things: First, head over to your favorite place to purchase music and immediately download the White Album. Next, call your parents and tell them that they’ve done you a great disservice by not introducing you to the Beatles. The Beatles were a rock band in the sixties. They remain, today, one of the //

Why We Needed Glenn to Live

November 22, 2015 // 1 Comment

WARNING: This article may contain spoilers. After holding us in suspense for weeks, The Walking Dead confirmed that Glenn Rhee isn’t actually dead. I’m going to be honest with you. I cried a bit when I saw him slide under that trashcan. All across the TWD fandom, I could hear cries of relief. Social media went crazy! Check out the chatter on Twitter: #GleenIsAlive, #GlennLives, #GLENNSNOTDEAD. While there’s been a long-running joke about Daryl’s survival (If Daryl dies, we //

What Does it Mean When my Kid Ships Something?

November 15, 2015 // 4 Comments

“I ship JohnLock.” If you’re hearing those words, or similar ones, in your house lately, you may be wondering what exactly it means. What is shipping anyway? It’s certainly nothing to panic about. The word, ship, is short for relationship, and when someone ‘ships someone, it just means that they would like to see them hook up. It’s generally intended for fictional characters; my example above relates to the BBC show Sherlock and my belief that John Watson is in love with //

Connecting With Your Kids Through Fandoms

October 21, 2015 // 0 Comments

I recently asked my fourteen year old daughter what her favorite fandom was. After much agonizing, she finally blurted out “Transformers!” I’m pretty proud to say that I introduced her to that one. My brother sent me the first movie several years ago, because we had watched the cartoon together when we were little. Family bonding at its finest. What I expected her to say was “Sherlock” or “Supernatural.” Those are her big ones, lately. I love to give her grief about Sherlock. //