Movie Reviews

Movie Review: Tragedy Girls (2017)

Tragedy Girls Director: Tyler MacIntyre Screenwriters: Tyler MacIntyre, Chris Lee Hill Released: October 20, 2017 Runtime: 1h 38m The Rundown: “A twist on the slasher genre, following two death-obsessed teenage girls who use their online show about real-life tragedies to send their small mid-western town into a frenzy and cement their legacy as modern horror…… Continue reading Movie Review: Tragedy Girls (2017)

Book Reviews

Book Review: “Rain,” by Joe Hill

“Rain” from Strange Weather By: Joe Hill Published: October 24, 2017 by William Morrow Length: 102 pages The Rundown: “On a seemingly ordinary day in Boulder, Colorado, the clouds open up in a downpour of nails—splinters of bright crystal that shred the skin of anyone not safely under cover.  ‘Rain’ explores this escalating apocalyptic event,…… Continue reading Book Review: “Rain,” by Joe Hill

Book Reviews

Book Review: Meddling Kids, by Edgar Cantero

Meddling Kids By: Edgar Cantero Published: July 11, 2017 by Doubleday Books Length: 322 pages; hardcover The Rundown: “1990. The teen detectives once known as the Blyton Summer Detective Club (of Blyton Hills, a small mining town in the Zoinx River Valley in Oregon) are all grown up and haven’t seen each other since their…… Continue reading Book Review: Meddling Kids, by Edgar Cantero

Book Reviews

Book Review: X’s for Eyes, by Laird Barron

X’s for Eyes By: Laird Barron Published: December 11, 2015 Page Count: 98, paperback The Rundown: “Brothers Macbeth and Drederick Tooms should have it made as fair-haired scions of an impossibly rich and powerful family of industrialists.  Alas, life is complicated in mid-1950s USA when you’re child heirs to the throne of Sword Enterprises, a…… Continue reading Book Review: X’s for Eyes, by Laird Barron

Book Reviews

Review: Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits, by David Wong

Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits Author: David Wong (Jason Pargin) Published: October 6, 2015 The Rundown: Zoey Ashe never had much to do with her biological father, real estate tycoon Arthur Livingston.  Now that he’s died, she finds herself drawn into his world of mob bosses in fancy suits, internet trolls with superhuman enhancements, and…… Continue reading Review: Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits, by David Wong