Molly Freeman
Molly Freeman was BTRread's Managing Editor and Co-Host of The Hash before leaving BTR in 2015.

Before joining BTR in 2013, she attended Ithaca College, where she spent four years studying journalism and working on the school's online-only radio station, VIC Radio. She DJed and spent time as Public Relations Director as well as Talent Coordinator. After college, she freelanced for various online publications, writing about film, television, and women's issues in the news, before becoming a part of the BTR team.

In addition to film, TV, and feminism, Molly follows hockey (specifically the New York Rangers and Dallas Stars), hangs out with her dog Mister, and reads comic books.
Recent Posts
Synergy Week - Have you ever wondered why the X-Men can fight alongside the Avengers and Spider-Man in Marvel Comics but not on the big screen? Here's a breakdown of the reason why that is: comic book character movie rights.
Since it was released in 1993, Tim Burton's ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas' has amassed a cult following, and prompted a divisive debate: is the stop-motion film a Halloween or Christmas movie? The feature's director has weighed in, but does he really have the final say?
Fear Week - There are as many fears as there are people in the world--in fact, it may be fair to say there are even more fears than individuals since each person can be afraid of more than one thing. In honor of discussing our fears, some BTR staff members have faced their phobias to explain where they come from or why they feel such fright.
Bond Week - There are many ways to bond with those around you. Perhaps you share a love of TV or a love of coffee (or maybe a love of both). Here are the many ways in which BTR staffers bond with their friends and family.
New findings suggest selfies are more deadly than sharks and pose a serious issue to travelers. As explained by Mashable, four of this year's selfie-related deaths were the result of falling, while others were caused by photo-takers being hit by a train.
Starbucks' first new fall drink in four years is the Toasted Graham Latte, which was introduced on September 23. The espresso beverage is a perfect combination of sweet flavor with the comfort of autumn.