Book Review: Daddy Monster – Confusion and Adverbs

Daddy Monster

“Many times has he been targeted by the men and women he wished he could call friends, but hold no place in his heart as nothing more than coworkers. People who he is forced to spend eight hours of his day, five days of his agonizing week, pretending not to despise.”

Daddy Monster (Locations 392-393) Continue reading


Guest Book Review: Grimweave – A Tale of Misplaced Modifiers

Grim Weave

“The sight of atrocities and mayhem so vile the human brain could not hope, nor dare, to fathom. The atmosphere was physically suffocating, humid, rank, fetid, and spiritually noxious. It hung over the team like a wormy shroud, draped over them, filling their hearts with a foul black sap and their souls with something putrid.”

– Grimweave (Page 81) Continue reading

Coming Soon: Book Review – Worship Me

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Book Review: Warm – Nature vs. Nurture vs. Mental Illness vs. Supernatural


“Charity had known something was not right. No living thing could have survived the beating her brothers and father had given her.”

Warm (Locations 239-240) Continue reading


Coming Soon: Winchester [Trailer]


I love the stories and rumours about Sarah Winchester, and the Winchester House. It’s one of the many places that I would love to see for myself one day. So, I was already keen about this movie. Then the went and got the Goddess herself, Dame Helen Mirren, and I am smitten and excited! Continue reading


Coming Soon: Insidious: The Last Key [Trailer]

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The blurb reads: “The creative minds behind the hit Insidious trilogy return for Insidious: The Last Key. In the supernatural thriller, which welcomes back franchise standout Lin Shaye as Dr. Elise Rainier, the brilliant parapsychologist faces her most fearsome and personal haunting yet: in her own family home.” Continue reading


Movie Review: Annabelle: Creation – Once Upon a Time

Annabelle Creation

Genre: Horror/Mystery

Director: David F. Sandberg

Running Time: 109 Minutes

“You don’t know the real story.”

– Subtitle on the theatrical poster Continue reading