Topic: Hannah Horvath

Looks Like Hannah Sells A Ton Of Books On The New Season Of Girls, Because This Here Dress Costs $1,165

Looks Like Hannah Sells A Ton Of Books On The New Season Of Girls, Because This Here Dress Costs $1,165

Welll, well, well. Last time we saw Hannah Horvath from Girls she was playing rom-com-ending with her one true love/hate Adam, wearing nothing more than an oversized t-shirt and a q-tip scar. And now she’s showing up in season three looking a lot more stylish and a lot more chic and a lot more like a celebrity who has a professional stylist. More »

Girls Is Terrible, And Such Small Portions: How To Lose Friends And Alienate Everyone

Girls Is Terrible, And Such Small Portions: How To Lose Friends And Alienate Everyone

I watched the most uncomfortable episode of Girls last night. Like, when I say uncomfortable, I mean I watched the whole thing through my hands like horror movie. Things were viscerally uncomfortable with Hannah vs. the ass splinter/Hannah vs. the q-tip. Socially with Marnie’s Kanye sing-along. And ultimately, the sex between Adam and Natalya makes me seriously question the purportedly “feminist” thesis of the show. Did that feel like rape to anyone else? Things were dark. If I were Jemima Kirke, I’d have been super relieved to be on maternity leave for this part of the season. But let’s just dive right into this, shall we? More »

If There Are Differences Between Lena Dunham And Her Character On Girls, This Interview Doesn’t Prove It

If There Are Differences Between Lena Dunham And Her Character On Girls, This Interview Doesn't Prove It

Whether you love HBO’s Girls or hate it, you have to admit that its writer, director, and star, Lena Dunham, is pretty fucking open with her life. Like, the most open ever. To the point that even though her character is named Hannah and not Lena, it can be hard to tell where Lena ends and Hannah begins. So is Lena the real-life version of Hannah? Or is Hannah a creation, sharing none of Lena’s personality traits, quirks, or experiences? Or actually — does it really matter? Regardless, you’re gonna want to read this interview. More »