Release Date: 13 October 2017 Director: Christopher Landon Writer: Scott Lobdell Producer: Jason Blum So, I purchased the blu-ray for this movie at my job after missing it in theaters. Two days later a coworker who saw me buying it greeted me with, “Oh man I can’t believe _____ did it!” And so the spoiler was born! I… Continue reading Movie Review: Happy Death Day
Hello all! This is my first movie review here on my blog. I hope this will be the first of many. So on 13 January I went with friends to see the latest installment of the Insidious movie franchise and I thoroughly enjoyed it. This movie is amazing, I love the way it ties everything… Continue reading Movie Review: “Insidious: The Last Key”
I apologize for completely abandoning you. Last year was a hard year for me all around. I started a lot of books and didn’t finish any. I would love to change that this year by offering for content. –→Things to look forward to: • I am currently reading Final Girls by Riley Sager so you can… Continue reading My Apologies & Coming Soon.
I feel a bit of an update is in order! I would definitely like to pursue this blog, but on a monthly posting then I will go from there until I get my “sea legs”. Thank you all for reading and any tips are welcome!
This tasty tidbit turned out to be an extremely amazing series that I have almost completed. A pleasant surprise awaited me at the end of this first installment of the Asylum series. I thought it was going to a a middle schoolesque book that would be alright, I would place it back on my bookcase and… Continue reading Asylum by Madeleine Roux
This authoress rocks my socks! ATTCI is the second book I have read of hers and I want to keep reading anything that she writes. This magnificent story centers around elder sister Silla and younger sister Nori who are runaways that find their way to their aunt’s mansion. This is a psychological/paranormal fun fest that… Continue reading And The Trees Crept In by Dawn Kurtagich
This classic whodunit is the reason for my love of murder mysteries. My grandmother loves reading Agatha Christie’s novels and her and I discuss them at length. Also known as Ten Little Indians, ATTWN is one of Christie’s stand alone stories that have become a basic recipe for any number of popular murder mystery movies… Continue reading And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie