Tag Archive: books

The Top 100 Women in Pop Culture! (Part 4)

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It’s our second last entry in the series, counting down another 20 awesome women from our favourite shows, movies, games and comics. It certainly isn’t easy narrowing the list down to 100, but… Continue reading

Top 10 Books Within Books We Want to Read

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Sometimes we read books. And sometimes, within those books, the characters read, write and discuss books. Books that don’t exist in our world. But maybe we would like to read them. These are… Continue reading

Reviewing the Books I Read in High School English (Pt. 2)

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Although I spend most of my working day in the classroom I sometimes cast my mind back to the time when I could (and often did) get detention for writing on the desks.… Continue reading

Casting Call: ‘Hannibal’ TV Series

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It was revealed during Comic Con this year that Season 3 of “Hannibal” will cover elements of Hannibal and Red Dragon, including Francis Dolarhyde, aka The Tooth Fairy. If they get a Season 4, they… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘The Disaster Artist’

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Written by: Greg Sestero and Tom Bissell This is a true story about a movie, written by one of the leading actors Greg Sestero. Name doesn’t ring a bell? Greg Sestero played Mark in… Continue reading

Spotlight On: Jack Ketchum

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In literary horror there is no shortage of tales about; ghosts, werewolves, vampires, and their ilk. But one author in the horror genre who has earned a massive cult following does not rely… Continue reading

6 Ways George R. R. Martin and ‘Game of Thrones’ Changed Fantasy Forever

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    ******WARNING NOVEL AND TELEVISION SHOW SPOILERS BELOW******* For most people August 6, 1996 was probably of no great significance.  People mourned the 51st anniversary of the Hiroshima bombing, went to work, watched television,… Continue reading

Horror Authors You Should Give a Shot

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When it comes to the literary world horror has always been popular, and those that write in the genre can become immortal among both mainstream readers as well as those who love all… Continue reading

Hollywood is the ‘Dune’ killer Part II

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*In part II I will explore how to go about creating a solid adaptation While it’s important to acknowledge that a fine work of literature deserves an equally appropriate movie adaptation, it’s another… Continue reading

Ender’s Blame: Exploring the Controversy Over the Film Adaptation

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While the United States is not without its flaws as a country, one of our most cherished freedoms is the right to free speech.  It is a fundamental tenet of the United States… Continue reading