Reviews · Books

The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman | Book Review

I absolutely adored this dark, yet emotional fairytale. This novel follows a man who returns to his hometown and meets up with an old acquaintance. When he meets up with her, though, he remembers his childhood, an incredible girl, and the magical events that happened during that period of time. The writing is fluid and… Continue reading The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman | Book Review

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Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaira | Book Review

I'm not usually a fan of YA contemporary novels, but I was initially drawn to this book because of the premise. The novel follows Laurel, whose sister has recently died and is given an assignment at school to write a letter to a dead person. She chooses to not turn in her assignment, and the… Continue reading Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaira | Book Review

Film · Reviews

The Unholy (1988) Film & Collector’s Edition Blu Ray Review

Vestron Video and Lionsgate are releasing The Unholy for the first time on Blu Ray as part of their Collector's Series, and I had the opportunity to check out the film for the first time and to analyze the special features of this edition. Here are my thoughts: THE FILM The Unholy centers on Father… Continue reading The Unholy (1988) Film & Collector’s Edition Blu Ray Review

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Days 194-203 | 365 Day Film Challenge

I'm still chugging along with my challenge, even though I'm super far behind on reviewing the films I see. So here are ten belated ones to read! DAY 194- CHRISTINE (2016) Christine is based on the true story of Christine Chubbuck, a TV reporter who infamously shot herself on-air in the 70's. Portrayed in the… Continue reading Days 194-203 | 365 Day Film Challenge

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Days 184 – 193 | 365 Day Film Challenge

Ten more movie reviews for your eyeballs! DAY 184 - LION (2016) The stunning true story of Saroo Brierly, Lion is a heartbreaking, yet ultimately inspiring biopic. The film first introduces us to Saroo as a child (a magnificent Sunny Pawar), as he grows up living in India, only to one day board a train… Continue reading Days 184 – 193 | 365 Day Film Challenge