“Wendigo Wood #1” – Comic Review

Wendigo Wood is now the third series from Afterlight Comics. And this baby starts off like those kind of horror movies, a couple driving down a secluded road to decrease an hour off their trip. While coming up to a sign that's originally said, "Welcome to Whisper Wood". Only to see the word Whisper crossed... Continue Reading →

“STAY AWAKE #1” – Comic Review

STAY AWAKE is the brand new series from Afterlight Comics, funded March 8th via Kickstarter. Isaac Banks, a psychologist is forced to revisit the cases of three of his former patients, when a detective reveals that each have died under suspicious circumstances. Within the first three pages we see there's a bad side to this... Continue Reading →

“Deadly Crush” – Movie Review

When a painter rents a secluded cabin to jump start her creativity, she has sex with a ghost and finds herself part of his plan to bring itself back to life. Directed and Written by Dakota Aesquivel. Starring  William Sadler, Courtney Gains, Jenna Willis. Although Deadly Crush is a fun movie with a very twisted ending. It... Continue Reading →

“Monsters” – Movie Review

Monsters, a very mellow, yet colors and sound atmosphere  that makes it that much more concerning. Even with the sounds playing from ear to ear than both at the same time for different sounds. We begin with a man, trying to feast upon a chicken leg. However, his attention comes to the camera, addressing the... Continue Reading →

A Discovery Of Witches – Season Review

A Discovery of Witches is a British television program based on the All Souls trilogy by Deborah Harkness, named after the first book in the trilogy of the same name. It is produced by Bad Wolf and Sky Productions, and stars Teresa Palmer, Matthew Goode, Edward Bluemel, Louise Brealey, Malin Buska, Aiysha Hart, Owen Teale, Alex Kingston, Valarie Pettiford. The first series of A Discovery of Witches premiered in the UK... Continue Reading →

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