So it's been awhile since I updated you guys on what I've been reading. Well not really because I did make a video reviewing Doug Dorst and J.J Abrams' latest literary blunder "S.". After being incredibly frustrated with that, I decided to come back home and consume more Stephen King and I have been since my last post regarding Mr. King's work. So here's an update on what I've been reading. Try as I might, I still can't get through "It" and I REALLY don't like how "Carrie" is written. Also I've been reading a few of his short story collections here and there but I won't cover them in this post since this is about the novels. At the moment I am reading "Needful Things".
Friday, January 31, 2014
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Thursday, January 23, 2014
Remy Carreiro, Unreality Magazine contributor has a series of articles titled "Why Haven't You Seen It" where he discusses moderately obscure movies that deserve more attention than they got and today I'm doing the same thing. Lately I've been cruising around the internet here and there looking for the best web series. The web series I usually watch are mostly review shows Atop The Fourth Wall, The Spoony Experiments, Extra Credit and so on. But the internet is SO much more than review shows and not being tied down to a production studio and executives can REALLY allow some people to do some VERY creative things. which brings me to this little gem, "The Booth At The End".
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Chuckles aside, let's talk "Pretty Little Liars". The heat is on and The Liars are back, this time a few more revelations are made, plot holes are found and storylines are brought to a semi-conclusion. At the end of last week's episode, we found The Liars high-tailing it to a location thought to be Allison's hide-out after inadvertently leading "A" to her location. "Whoever finds her get to keep her." was the challenge and one liar is determined to find Allison.