Books · Reviews

Under the Skin by Michel Faber | Book Review

Going into Michel Faber's novel, I had no idea what to expect. All I knew was it involved a mysterious woman who picked up hitchhikers and somehow made them disappear. After reading this beautiful, thought-provoking tale, I learned that it was so much more than the simple plot I had in mind originally. The story… Continue reading Under the Skin by Michel Faber | Book Review

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Gaming · Reviews

Anamorphine (PS4) Game Review

Anamorphine is a game quite unlike anything I've ever experienced before. You play as a man named Tyler, who is married to a brilliant cellist named Elena. Something happens that causes Elena to spiral into depression, and this game examines how this affects not only Elena, but also Tyler and the environment around them. https://youtu.be/cf5TTHbQMgg… Continue reading Anamorphine (PS4) Game Review

Film · Reviews

Days 211 – 220 | 365 Day Film Challenge (Year Two)

I'm baaaccckkk... It's been a little too long and I'm way too far behind, but here are ten more movie reviews for your eyes to devour! Also, you can follow me on Letterboxd to see what I watch and the ratings I give out (plus exclusive short film reviews) early.   DAY 211 - BRAVEN… Continue reading Days 211 – 220 | 365 Day Film Challenge (Year Two)

Books · Reviews

Snow White and the Seven Keys to Doomsday by Justin Richards | Book Review

A Doctor Who-inspired take on the classic fairy tale, this version of Snow White is charming, empowering, and has that classic timey wimey feel to it. In this version, Snow White is the daughter of a gardener and palace keeper, and she has to prevent the evil Queen Salima from finding the seven keys to… Continue reading Snow White and the Seven Keys to Doomsday by Justin Richards | Book Review