Books · Reviews

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

Film · Reviews

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

Film · Reviews

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