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5 Awesome Nonfiction Science Reads

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I’m Jamie and I like science. I also like reading about science, which can certainly be boring and difficult if you choose the wrong sources. So today I bring you five different nonfiction… Continue reading

Book Review and Casting Call: ‘The Wicked Deep’ (2018)

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The Wicked Deep is the first novel by Shea Ernshaw. It tells the story of the Oregon town of Sparrow, which suffers from a deadly curse each year. In the 19th century three… Continue reading

Ranking the Films of Disney’s Golden Age

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The official definition of Disney’s Golden Age is “the beginning of the Disney Animated Canon.” This includes the first five feature-length animated movies from Walt Disney. It’s followed by the often-forgotten Package Era,… Continue reading

10 Upcoming 2018 Films Based on Books

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2018 has shown us some great films based on books so far including Ready Player One, A Wrinkle in Time, and Annihilation. We’re not even halfway through the year yet though and there… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Verónica’ (2017)

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Directed by: Paco Plaza (known for the REC film series) Starring: Sandra Escacena as Verónica, Bruna González as Lucía, Claudia Placer as Irene, Iván Chavero as Antoñito and Ana Torrent as Ana. Plot:… Continue reading

Reading Lists for the Hogwarts Houses

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I really love reading. I love books, I love exploring new authors and genres, and I love making lists. I also love Harry Potter. When you put all of these interests together, what… Continue reading

The Haunting of Hill House: A Retrospective

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The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson Published in 1959, the book was a finalist for the National Book Award. The story follows a group of people who are staying at an… Continue reading

10 Short Vampire Tales You Can Read Online

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There are some wonderful classic vampire stories out there, led by the amazing Dracula and followed up by modern favorites such as Interview with a Vampire. I enjoy reading about vampires (at least… Continue reading

A Review of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ on Film

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If you’d like to check out my similar post for the Snow White fairytale, click here. La Belle et la Bête (1946) Watching this film feels like you’re inside a fairytale. It was… Continue reading

Casting Call: ‘Death on the Nile’

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With the success of Murder on the Orient Express, it was announced that there will be another Agatha Christie story put to film. This time it will be Death on the Nile. Below… Continue reading