Book Review: The Boss Won’t Pull Out (Books 1-3) – The Bigger, Blacker Collection

This is a trilogy in 63 pages. I could review them individually but why bother! The Plot Vanessa and Rich are trying for a baby. They are a committed, loving couple with a healthy sex life. That is, until Rich suggests that Vanessa flirts with her boss, Nathan, in order for him to notice her... Continue Reading →

Historically Inaccurate Movie Day – 28 May 2016

The Sneaky Squirrel and I have not had an Historically Inaccurate Movie ft. TropicalMary since the days of the Bhorrorblog. To make up for this, we have decided to have an entire day of historically inaccurate movie watching with such titles as: Wrath of the Titans The Legend of Hercules Gods of Egypt Exodus: Gods... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: The Boy – A House of Horrors

Genre: Thriller/Horror Director: William Brent Bell Running Time: 97 Minutes “Dolls with no little girls around to mind them were sort of creepy under any conditions.” ― Stephen King, Desperation The Plot Greta Evans (Lauren Cohan) needs a new start and space away from an abuse ex-boyfriend. She takes a nanny job in England, which is... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Crimson Peak – Red Rum Manor

Genre: Mystery/Horror Director: Guillermo del Toro Running Time: 119 Minutes "Everybody is a book of blood; wherever we're opened, we're red." ― Clive Barker, Books of Blood: Volumes One to Three The Plot Edith Cushing (Mia Wasikowska) believes in ghosts. She believes because she has seen one. Her deceased mother, to be precise. Though a... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Oculus – Through the Looking Glass

Genre: Mystery/Horror Director: Mike Flanagan Running Time: 104 Minutes I was not prepared. I've been meaning to watch this movie for about a year and a half but kept putting it off, for no real reason. I got around to watching it today, upon recommendation from the bestie. I hate mirrors. I really really hate... Continue Reading →

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