https://youtu.be/OFLEjGLaDyw Today, I review Okja, the latest film in Netflix' original line-up! Okja focuses on a teenage girl named Mija, who attempts to rescue her best friend Okja, a super pig, from being slaughtered. Directed by Bong Joon Ho and starring Ahn Seo-hyun, Tilda Swinton, Jake Gyllenhaal, Lily Collins, Steven Yeun, Devon Bostick, and Giancarlo… Continue reading Okja (2017) Movie Review
https://youtu.be/0cU8ifTraoU Today I review Edgar Wright's latest film, Baby Driver! Baby Driver follows Baby, a getaway driver who is sucked into a life of crime. Starring Ansel Elgort, Jon Hamm, Jon Bernthal, Kevin James, Lily James, Eiza Gonzalez, and Jamie Foxx.
I can honestly say this is genuinely one of the most terrifying novels I've ever read. The plot follows a group of seven kids (and also when they're adults) as they face off a malevolent force that has taken a hold of their hometown Derry, Maine. Every twenty-seven years, IT awakens and goes on a… Continue reading IT by Stephen King | Book Review
Here we go again... ten more movie reviews! DAY 204- ARRIVAL (2016) A beautiful, smart, though-provoking work of science fiction. Arrival sees twelve mysterious pods descending upon seemingly random locations on Earth, and linguist Louise (Amy Adams) is tasked with discovering what these visitors want and why they're truly here. This film is definitely slow… Continue reading Days 204-213 | 365 Day Film Challenge
https://youtu.be/n207oIAift8 Today I review Perception, a first-person, narratively driven horror game developed by The Deep End Games. You play as Cassie, a blind woman who investigates an abandoned mansion, only to find more than she bargained for. Her only tools? Echolocation and her cell phone.
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
https://youtu.be/wuOU7VaLG-M On today's super-sized edition of Inside Alyssa White, I answer questions such as "Who is my favorite Star Wars character?", "Do I play retro or modern games?" and more fun topics!
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
https://youtu.be/JcyjC4wvDLk Today I review the first season of American Gods, Starz' adaptation of Neil Gaiman's epic novel. The story follows Shadow Moon and Mr. Wednesday as they travel across the country, trying to round up allies to fight in a war between the gods.
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