Jaylen Christie is a journalist, actor, humorist and devoted advocate of the unappreciated superhero Aquaman. Garnering a William Randolph Hearst award for outstanding editorial writing, and the Ida B. Wells award for the best writing for a collegiate newspaper, Christie really enjoys expanding upon a versatile resume. By day, he’s an actor appearing in community theatre productions, and by night, he is a fanatical television junkie with a love of quality programming and fizzy Mountain Dew. He’s also working on a series of comedic novels that will be … EPIC! Stay tuned!
Posts by Jaylen Christie:
- Transcendence Blu-ray extras are better than the movie
- Devious Maids’ new African-American family adds comedy and intrigue
- TNT’s ‘Rizzoli & Isles,’ a real hit on Season Four DVD!
- Lifetime’s hit film The Gabby Douglas Story arrives on DVD
- Heart of Darkness lacks bonus content on DVD, but still an entertaining film
- Prisoners commits a bit of a crime on BluRay & DVD
- The Best Man Holiday a success! More movies with ethnically diverse casts ahead?
- Agent Carter short film is a hit on the Iron Man 3 BluRay & DVD
- Are summer TV shows more enjoyable than fall TV shows?
- Devious Maids fills the Desperate Housewives void rather nicely
- Royal Pains – Boris is back, baby!
- Is Steve Harvey doing too much? – Clacking in Color
- Royal Pains – It’s all about Paige!
- Who’s your favorite TV housekeeper? – Clacking in Color
- Royal Pains – Fifty shades of Divya
- Michael Strahan to replace Regis Philbin?! Say what now? – Clacking in Color
- What’s funnyman Jamie Kennedy up to now? – Interview
- Royal Pains – Off to the races!
- Why all the hate on Lucy Liu as Watson? – Clacking in Color
- Necessary Roughness – TK’s got it bad
- Royal Pains – Jeremiah has damn good taste
- Can you imagine The Closer without Detective Gabriel? – Clacking in Color
- Dallas – Season one ends with a twist
- Disney’s Let It Shine is utterly entertaining – Clacking in Color
- Dallas – J.R. Ewing has a heart
- Royal Pains – Van Dyke and the bunny
- Is Sofia Vergara getting paid a bit too much? – Clacking in Color
- Royal Pains – Jeremiah treats a patient with green blood
- Dallas – Don’t drop the soap!
- Is Arsenio Hall ready to return to late night TV? – Clacking in Color
- As Above/So Below is a frightening descent into the human psyche & the Parisian catacombs
- Watching Kundo is like watching a Korean take on Quentin Tarantino
- Love is Strange is a lovely and bittersweet tale of an older couple
- The November Man tries to be a sleek, sexy James Bond thriller but comes up a little short
- Sin City: A Dame to Kill For is a brutal, bloody, and mostly fun repeat of the first one